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  1. 1. E-tivities knowledgeForging theSword…… Gilly Salmon USQ Nova Copernicus 25th November 2011 Project 2
  2. 2. 5 stage model picture: inside the Forge20/11/2011 E-tivities Knowledge Gilly Salmon 2
  3. 3. Students’engagementwith each other Sparks to start the dialogue careful clear E-moderator instructions role 20/11/2011 E-tivities Knowledge Gilly Salmon 3
  4. 4. 5 stage modelfor productivelearning forums:the role of the 5. Development Guidee-moderator 4. Collaboration Facilitate 3. Co-operation Lead 2. Culture Building Host 1. Access & Motivation Welcome E-tivities Knowledge Gilly 20/11/2011 4 Salmon
  5. 5. Braid, jenny E-tivities Knowledge Gilly20/11/2011 downing 5 Salmon
  6. 6. How can we How can we customise personalise learning learning (staff) (students)? While enabling efficiency & effectiveness of the processes?20/11/2011 E-tivities Knowledge Gilly Salmon 6
  7. 7. Clear pacing &Familiar symbols PURPOSE sequencing Single Task Spark Where toPer message/forum (to start the dialogue) respond Response to others E-tivities Knowledge Gilly20/11/2011 7 Salmon
  8. 8. 15:44:3 E-tivities Knowledge Gilly20/11/2011 8 Salmon
  9. 9. PURPOSE E-moderator intervention Spark (to start the dialogue) Response to20/11/2011 others Salmon E-tivities Knowledge Gilly 9
  10. 10. Links Time E-tivities Knowledge Gilly20/11/2011 10 Salmon
  11. 11. 5 stage model & E-tivities in Programms E-tivities Knowledge Gilly20/11/2011 11 Salmon
  12. 12. E-tivities Knowledge Gilly20/11/2011 12 Salmon
  13. 13. Sample audio-visualmaterialsusingArticulate® E-tivities Knowledge Gilly 20/11/2011 13 Salmon
  14. 14. E-tivity 1.1: The Relative Priority of the Knowledge Areas As you have seen from our coverage of the standards to date, the PMBOK does not put a priority on the different project management knowledge areas (i.e. Introduction cost, time, scope, risk, etc.). Despite this, understanding the relative priority within a specific organisational context is likely to enhance project performance. The purpose of this e-tivity is to identify the top 3 knowledge areas driving Purpose project management within your organisation and identify what is driving this relative priority. To be done by September 7th. Identify the top 3 knowledge areas driving project management within your Task organisation and share your refections on what you think is driving this relative priority (e.g. it might be organisational or industry imperatives). Post your contribution to the 2nd column of the Wiki. To be done 1-2 days after the above date. Choose a contribution posted by a peer that you find interesting and respond to it in the 3rd column. Respond To go back to the module contents, please click on the MN6901 crumbs on the Moodle toolbar. E-tivities Knowledge Gilly20/11/2011 14 Salmon
  15. 15. E-tivity 1.1 generated huge traffic on the wiki, of which about 1/20th is shown here E-tivities Knowledge Gilly 20/11/2011 15 Salmon
  16. 16. http://bit.ly/nSPkkK E-tivity 1.2: Critical Review of the BOKs We have reviewed the two most prevalent project management Bodies of Knowledge (BOKs) at a high level at this point in the module. Introduction As you will have seen from your review of the articles presented for this e-tivity, whilst the BOKs have played a key role in developing the discipline of project management, critics of the prescriptive approach often advocated by the professional bodies suggest best practice and linear models have no place in todays complex environment. The purpose of this e-tivity is to explore both the value and the Purpose limitations of the Bodies of Knowledge in the project domain. To be done by September 10th. Task Reflecting on the BOKs, post an argument either in favour of or against their value to the discussion forum. To be done no more than 2 days after the above date. Choose a Respond contribution posted by a peer that considers a different value or limitation, and respond to it. E-tivities Knowledge Gilly20/11/2011 16 Salmon
  17. 17. E-tivities Knowledge Gilly20/11/2011 17 Salmon
  18. 18. E-tivity 3.2: Matching Competences to Context Purpose The purpose of this e-tivity is to reflect on and share what you see as an appropriate competency profile for a given scenario in light of your recent reading. The scenario and detailed instructions are included in the resources section below. Task To be done by September 23rd. In your role as recruitment agent, you are requested to complete a 1 page powerpoint presentation with voiceover of what is in your view, the ideal candidate for the job. You should upload this to the discussion forum. Respond To be done 1-2 days after the above date. For the response, please put yourself into the role of the HR Director. Select what you consider to be the best candidate from all of those proposed by your peers, and respond to that peer, explaining the rationale for this decision. Resources Scenario Adding voiceover to powerpoint. If you wish to upload the audio and the powerpoint slide separately, please refer back to the Induction Programme under Section 7, Creating PodCasts which will instruct you on what software is needed for this. E-tivities Knowledge Gilly20/11/2011 18 Salmon
  19. 19. E-tivity 4.2 "Capability Maturity - The Silver Bullet" Introduction There is a central assumption underlying concepts of project and organisational maturity that a single trajectory towards the utopia of level 5 is something all organisations should aspire to, and that this is the silver bullet that will enhance organisational performance. Purpose The purpose of this e-tivity is for you each to reflect on what might be an appropriate maturity level for your organisation. Task To be done by October 2nd. In light of your recent reading, consider what you deem to be an appropriate level of maturity for your organisation and post this to the Wiki. Include in your posting a brief rationale as to why you have chosen this level. Respond To be done 2 days after the above date. Comment on a posting that either has indicated an appropriate level significantly lower or higher than yours and respond to it, or the same level but based on an entirely different rationale. E-tivities Knowledge Gilly20/11/2011 19 Salmon
  20. 20. Another hugely successful wiki-tivity. The wiki goes on for several pages! E-tivities Knowledge Gilly 20/11/2011 20 Salmon
  21. 21. http://bit.ly/nSPkkK E-tivity 1.2: Critical Review of the BOKs We have reviewed the two most prevalent project management Bodies of Knowledge (BOKs) at a high level at this point in the module. Introduction As you will have seen from your review of the articles presented for this e-tivity, whilst the BOKs have played a key role in developing the discipline of project management, critics of the prescriptive approach often advocated by the professional bodies suggest best practice and linear models have no place in todays complex environment. The purpose of this e-tivity is to explore both the value and the Purpose limitations of the Bodies of Knowledge in the project domain. To be done by September 10th. Task Reflecting on the BOKs, post an argument either in favour of or against their value to the discussion forum. To be done no more than 2 days after the above date. Choose a Respond contribution posted by a peer that considers a different value or limitation, and respond to it. E-tivities Knowledge Gilly20/11/2011 21 Salmon
  22. 22. E-tivities Knowledge Gilly20/11/2011 22 Salmon
  23. 23. E-tivity 3.2: Matching Competences to Context Purpose The purpose of this e-tivity is to reflect on and share what you see as an appropriate competency profile for a given scenario in light of your recent reading. The scenario and detailed instructions are included in the resources section below. Task To be done by September 23rd. In your role as recruitment agent, you are requested to complete a 1 page powerpoint presentation with voiceover of what is in your view, the ideal candidate for the job. You should upload this to the discussion forum. Respond To be done 1-2 days after the above date. For the response, please put yourself into the role of the HR Director. Select what you consider to be the best candidate from all of those proposed by your peers, and respond to that peer, explaining the rationale for this decision. Resources Scenario Adding voiceover to powerpoint. If you wish to upload the audio and the powerpoint slide separately, please refer back to the Induction Programme under Section 7, Creating PodCasts which will instruct you on what software is needed for this. E-tivities Knowledge Gilly20/11/2011 23 Salmon
  24. 24. E-tivity 4.2 "Capability Maturity - The Silver Bullet" Introduction There is a central assumption underlying concepts of project and organisational maturity that a single trajectory towards the utopia of level 5 is something all organisations should aspire to, and that this is the silver bullet that will enhance organisational performance. Purpose The purpose of this e-tivity is for you each to reflect on what might be an appropriate maturity level for your organisation. Task To be done by October 2nd. In light of your recent reading, consider what you deem to be an appropriate level of maturity for your organisation and post this to the Wiki. Include in your posting a brief rationale as to why you have chosen this level. Respond To be done 2 days after the above date. Comment on a posting that either has indicated an appropriate level significantly lower or higher than yours and respond to it, or the same level but based on an entirely different rationale. E-tivities Knowledge Gilly20/11/2011 24 Salmon
  25. 25. Another hugely successful wiki-tivity. The wiki goes on for several pages! E-tivities Knowledge Gilly 20/11/2011 25 Salmon
  26. 26. E-tivities Knowledge Gilly Salmon20/11/2011 www.podcastingforlearning.com 26
  27. 27. OER Commons is a place to find and share open educational resourcesList of free and open textbooksDirectory of Open Access Journals over 6,000 journals with more than 3,000 searchable atthe article levelwww.youtube.comwww.flickr.com 20/11/2011 E-tivities Knowledge Gilly Salmon 27
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  29. 29. “Be the change you want to see in the world” Mahatma Ghandi “Never doubt the power of a small group of people to change the world. Nothing else ever has.” Margaret Mead “Every society honors its live conformists and its dead troublemakers." Mignon McLaughlin No budgets or humans were harmed in the making of this presentation20/11/2011 E-tivities Knowledge Gilly Salmon 29
  30. 30. Art work by Rod Angood . All images from Flickr.com, Creative Commons Licensing.20/11/2011 E-tivities Knowledge Gilly Salmon 30

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