Using Personal Perspectives to Increase Understanding

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Keynote presentation to E-Learn 2013 in Las Vegas. Using personal annotations and embracing personal perspectives to enhance learning and increase knowledge.

Keynote presentation to E-Learn 2013 in Las Vegas. Using personal annotations and embracing personal perspectives to enhance learning and increase knowledge.

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  • 1. Using Personal Perspectives to Increase Understanding E-Learn :: Las Vegas, Nevada :: 24 October 2013 Thomas Vander Wal, Design for Context www.designforcontext.com 0
  • 2. Who is Thomas?
  • 3. Social Lenses Foundation of The Connected Company Book
  • 4. Learning fills in what you do not know
  • 5. Mapping what is new to what we do know
  • 6. New terms and models
  • 7. Building on a personal perspective
  • 8. Terms and models change
  • 9. Change by: Mergers & Acquisitions Training Reorganization Location New management
  • 10. Change over time
  • 11. Facts change
  • 12. Qi
  • 13. Gordon Rugg’s “Verifier Method”
  • 14. Adding Personal Perspective
  • 15. Personal Annotation
  • 16. “...the learner-generated annotation group performed better than the instructor-provided group, no matter which cognitive learning style they were [using].” Hypertext Annotation: Effects of Presentation Formats and Learner Proficiency on Reading Comprehension and Vocabulary Learning in Foreign Languages Chen, I-Jung; Yen, Jung-Chuan Computers & Education, v63 p416-423 Apr 2013
  • 17. Personal Tagging
  • 18. Folksonomy
  • 19. Folksonomy: Definition • Folksonomy is the result of personal free tagging of pages and objects for one’s own retrieval • The tagging is usually done in a social environment (shared and open to others) • The act of tagging is done by the person consuming the information
  • 20. Folksonomy Triad Object Interest Definition Identity Vocabulary Metadata
  • 21. Dual Folksonomy Triad Object Interest Identity Vocabulary Culture Definition Community Terminology Metadata
  • 22. The “Right Term”
  • 23. Authoritative Term
  • 24. Preferred Term
  • 25. Every Tag is Sacred InfoCloud Solutions, Inc. - 2007
  • 26. Kindle
  • 27. Readmill
  • 28. Readmill to Pinboard
  • 29. Annotating Video
  • 30. Delightful User Welome back Bill Williams Virtual Library 6 New World Symphony Join the Mailing List Search the Archives JOIN Cello Masterclass with Alban Gerhardt Infomation Home How To Select by: Most recent Most popular Recommended 5 Text - OR Composer Conductor Event Type Participant Organizations Instrument(s) 8 Tag(s): cello, strings, piano, women cellist, aggressive, cello 0:12:47, strings 0:49:26, piano 1:08:01:, women cellist 0:49:26, aggressive 0:12:47 View all tags Show My Content 7 Event Type: Masterclass (14) Instrument: Cello (11) Artist(s): Alban Gerhardt (3) Composer: Robert Schumann (3) Piece: Cello Concerto in A minor Location: NWS Lincoln Theater (29) Date: December, 5 2009 Duration: 2:33:33 About 4 + 0:12:47 Gerhardt demonstrates aggressive cello technique Tag(s): cello,aggressive, Alban 3 Gerhardt, technique 2 Alban Gerhardt, Cello, Cello Master Class Alban Gerhardt, a cello soloist, holds a cello masterclass with New World Symphony cellists. Works focussed on inlude Robert Schumann's "Cello Concerto in A minor". 1 © New World Symphony Contact Us | Partnerships | Help | Terms of Use | Privacy Policy Related Videos
  • 31. Personal shared video annotations made the video searchable, relevant moments identifiable, and broke it into smaller chunks.
  • 32. Remixing
  • 33. Annotation and tagging bring things not only into a personal perspective… But, connect a new understanding to one that exists, that we know.
  • 34. Thank you!
  • 35. Questions
  • 36. Contact: ›❯›❯      Thomas@DesignForContext.com www.designforcontext.com 0