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Communities as the fundament of social learning

  1. 1. Social. Cloud. Analytics. Amplify your business www.bea-services.de
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  3. 3. Social. Cloud. Analytics. Amplify your business PAGE 03 Communities as the fundament of social learning Dr. Alexander Klier @beaservices1 Beck et al. Services Munich / Bonn in October 2018
  4. 4. Dr. Alexander Klier Social Learning Consultant Beck et al. Services in Munich @AlexanderKlier Lecturer University of Applied Sciences Munich
  5. 5. PAGE 05 Introduction
  6. 6. Social Learning in form of a Community "A Social Learning Community brings back learning to the workplace!" Quotation from "Social Learning and the digital age" (forthcoming).
  7. 7. A question beforehand: What do you think: When will learning be successful? In the long run it's impossible to remember a sentence or a paragraph in an organized way without an understanding of the meaning of the information unit (Quotation bases on "Psychology" from Philip Zimbardo).
  8. 8. PAGE 08 3 Thesis
  9. 9. Thesis 1 The classical idea of Knowledge- Management ist on the wrong path. Knowledge always is a product of a community. „That’s a major benefit of living in social groups, to make it easy to share our skills and knowledge. It’s not surprising that we fail to identify what’s in our heads versus what’s in others‘, because we’re generally – perhaps always – doing things that involve both“ (Sloman & Fernbach 2016, S. 14).
  10. 10. Thesis 2 To acquire knowledge is for people a meaningful process. It also can only be shared by people who know something (meaningful) in concrete structures, e.g. the own employees. „When humans interact with one another, they do not merely experience the same event; they also know they are experiencing the same event“ (Sloman & Fernbach 2016, S. 115).
  11. 11. Thesis 3 A natural way to create knowledge is to collaborate in a social manner: To do it as a social collaboration on an ESN like Connections. „This means that the contributions [of knowledge] we make as individuals depend more on our ability to work with others than on our individual mental horsepower […] It also means that we learn best when we’re thinking with others. Some of the best teaching techniques at every level of education have students learning as a team“ (Sloman & Fernbach 2016, S. 16).
  12. 12. PAGE 012 Concepts, Aims and Examples
  13. 13. Concepts & Aims I The Community Konzept PAGE 13 Learning together • in the knot of existing or new networks • with documents, pictures, videos and bookmarks • due to comments, recommendations and mentionings • as Peers (colleagues) in the learning process • online and offline (Blended-Learning) • producing the necessary content by the members themselves The basically needed Tools are • Blogs • Wikis • Forums • Comments • Profiles • and only sometimes: Documents or the underlying Data
  14. 14. Concepts & Aims II – A nearly perfect match A (Social) Learning Community … PAGE 14 Blogs* Neuigkeiten und Ideen präsentieren Bookmarks* (Leseempfehlungen) Anderen aufzeigen, was wichtig ist Wikis* Best Practices gemeinsam dokumentieren Aktivitäten* Aufgaben organisieren und professionell mit anderen lösen Foren Ideen und Probleme mit anderen erörtern und daraus lernen Media Library Bilder und Videos einbinden Dateien* Hochladen und austauschen von Dokumenten, Präsentationen, Bildern,.. … on a ESN (Connections)
  15. 15. Examples on Harambee I
  16. 16. Learning Paths
  17. 17. Examples on Harambee II
  18. 18. PAGE 018 What's missing?
  19. 19. What we are missing in Connections •A stable and flexible realtime Chat to embed it in the communities (we are using slack for this purpose). •A "virtual (Class-) Room" like vitero for example. (Also as possibility to embed it in designated communities). •The possibility of direct recording and cutting videos as comments or other contributions to topics.
  20. 20. … and of course: An AI like Watson •Watson as part of the toolset designed for Communities means • that the Community members will decide what they want to do with watson (where it can be helpful) and • therefore Watson as a social Application that • can be "designed" by the Community to be really helpful.
  21. 21. Zielstattstr. 42, 81379 München @beaservices1 +49 89 5388630 Beck et al. Services GmbH Alexander Klier, alexander.klier@bea-services.de Your Partner

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