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12 steps to successful social learning




                      Jane Hart
  Learning Technologies Conference, London, 29 ...
C4LPT:




(c)	
  C4LPT,	
  2013	
  
(c)	
  C4LPT,	
  2013	
  

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12 steps to successful social learning

  1. 12 steps to successful social learning Jane Hart Learning Technologies Conference, London, 29 January 2013
  2. C4LPT: (c)  C4LPT,  2013  
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  5. (c)  C4LPT,  2013  
  6. 12 steps to successful social learning What do you understand by the term “social learning”?
  7. Social Learning is a natural continuous process of learning with and from others
  8. Social Learning is ….
  9. Social Learning is ….
  10. Social Learning Social Training Social Collaboration the use of the use of social techs social techs to support in organized ongoing learning events knowledge sharing (f2f and online) and collaborative working work and project teams learning communities communities of practice enterprise social network / community (c)  C4LPT,  2013  
  11. 1   Be  clear  about  the  purpose   of  the  ini>a>ve  
  12. Social Learning Social Training Social Collaboration e rm anc the use of thefo of er use a p lem ing rtechs to support social techs g v p b Solsocial o in rain in organized t ongoing ss rting mes learning events o knowledge sharing bu si n e upp utco online) S (f2f and and ssin ga collaborative l o dd re working goa A work and project teams learning communities communities of practice enterprise social network / community (c)  C4LPT,  2013  
  13. 2   Use  the  appropriate  technology  
  14. Social Learning Social Training Social Collaboration the use iofg the use of nn artechs social techs to support le s social ial organized soc in tform ongoing pla learning events knowledge sharing and collaborative (f2f and online) working work and project teams learning communities communities of practice enterprise social network / community (c)  C4LPT,  2013  
  15. Training terminology
  16. Member profiling Sharing of resources Sharing links Internal and Private messaging external Notifications Sharing files Polls and surveys networks Content creation tools Activity stream Real-time updates Member commenting Threaded discussions Member liking Group spaces within the network
  17. Social Learning Social Training Social Collaboration the use iofg the use of nn artechs social techs to support le s social ial organized soc in tform ongoing pla learning events knowledge sharing and collaborative (f2f and online) working l s ocia rise s terp tworwork and project teams en ne k learning communities communities of practice enterprise social network / community (c)  C4LPT,  2013  
  18. Content embedded in the community (c)  C4LPT,  2013  
  19. 3   Be  clear  who  “owns”  the  ini>a>ve   •  Click  to  edit  Master  text  styles   Second  level   Third  level   Fourth  level   FiIh  level  
  20. Social Learning Social Training Social Collaboration the use of the use of social techs to support L&D social techs in organized L&Dongoing knowledge sharing own learning events (f2f and online) support and collaborative working work and project teams learning communities communities of practice enterprise social network / community (c)  C4LPT,  2013  
  21. 4   Launch  when  you  are  ready   (c)  C4LPT,  2013  
  22. 12 steps to successful social learning What needs to be done before this group space is ready?
  23. 5   Invite     some     •  Click  to  edit  Master  text  styles   early     Second  level   test/guest     Third  level   users   Fourth  level   FiIh  level   (c)  C4LPT,  2013  
  24. Test out functionality Get conversations going Provide tips and guidance Provide practice with you community management skills
  25. 6   Consider  a  viral   launch   •  Click  to  edit  Master  text  styles   Second  level   Third  level   Fourth  level   FiIh  level  
  26. 7   Or  make  a  song  and  dance  about  it!   •  Click  to  edit  Master  text  styles   Second  level   Third  level   Fourth  level   FiIh  level   (c)  C4LPT,  2013  
  27. 8   Make  sure  you  show   people  how  it  can   become  part  of  their   daily  rou>ne  
  28. 9   Understand  that  not  everyone  will  contribute  
  29. 90-­‐9-­‐1  rule   Source:  Par>cipa>on  Inequality,  Jakob  Nielsen,  2006  
  30. Source:  Socious,    August  2011    
  31. 12 steps to successful social learning What can you do to improve participation rates?
  32. 10   Help  people  to   “narrate  their   •  Click  to  edit  Master  text  styles   work”   Second  level   Third  level   Fourth  level   FiIh  level   (c)  C4LPT,  2013  
  33. 11   Keep  the  group  or  community  vibrant     •  Click  to  edit  Master  text  styles   Second  level   Third  level   Fourth  level   FiIh  level   (c)  C4LPT,  2013  
  34. þ  ask questions þ  use polls þ  use a hotseat þ  use as a backchannel þ  run live/synchronous (Twitter-like) chats – YamJams ✪ provide one-to-one support
  35. •  Click  to  edit  Master  text  styles   Second  level   Third  level   Fourth  level   FiIh  level   12   Do  not   underes>mate   the  >me  it   takes  to   nurture  a   group  or   community  
  36. (c)  C4LPT,  2013  
  37. http://bit.ly/10slsteps

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