Network Literacy: Leveraging the Potential of a Hyperconnected World
 
Tectonic Shift   "For any given organization, the important questions are 'When will the change happen?' and 'What wi...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Network Literacy
 
 
  Not just our students.
  Can  we  do that for ourselves?
“ 'What can you do?' has been replaced with 'What can you and your network connections do?' Knowledge itself is moving fro...
 
1. The ability to  create , navigate and grow personal learning networks in safe, effective and ethical ways.
Create:   Q. What are we  creating ?   
A. Connections
 
Delicious Network Explorer
Q. Key to creating connections?
A.   Sharing
Think about:   Are you Googleable?
 
Can I find you? Can we connect?
2. The ability to create,  navigate  and grow personal learning networks in safe, effective and ethical ways.
Q. What are we  navigating ?
A. People, Information, Links
 
"Build relationships with others to pose and solve problems collaboratively and cross-culturally."
"Design and share information for global communities to meet a variety of purposes."
"Manage, analyze, and synthesize multiple streams of simultaneous information."
Link
Think about:   Are you an information  editor ?  A  people  editor?
3. The ability to create, navigate and  grow  personal learning networks in safe, effective and ethical ways.
Q. What nurtures a network?
A. Diversity, Autonomy, Openness Stephen Downes
Diversity  is key.
4. The ability to create, navigate and grow personal learning networks in  safe , effective and ethical ways.
Q. Can you model safety for your students?
Q. Do you practice "reputation management"?
 
 
5. The ability to create, navigate and grow personal learning networks in safe,  effective  and ethical ways.
Q. What does effective use look like?
A. Balanced, Focused, Meaningful
 
6. The ability to create, navigate and grow personal learning networks in safe, effective and  ethical  ways.
Q. Can you model ethical use for your students?
Creative Commons, Linking, Attribution, Civility, Citizenship
 
 
 
 
Q. For you, right now, which is the most successful/difficult piece?
Creating Navigating Growing Safety Effectiveness Ethics
 
"We may well have reached a set of tipping points: Going forward, learning may be far more individualized, far more i...
Online networks change distance (Ulises Mejias) ‏
Online, near and far are not physical distances.
“ Near ”  is constructed.
“ Nearness ”  is inclusion...
... ” farness ”  is exclusion
The scale of our networks is changing
Knowledge resides in networks.
Learning in networks  (assuming a connection)  is an ongoing process, not an event.
The network is always learning.
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  1. 1.   Network Literacy: Leveraging the Potential of a Hyperconnected World
  2. 3. Tectonic Shift   "For any given organization, the important questions are 'When will the change happen?' and 'What will change?' The only two answers we can rule out are never, and nothing."   Clay Shirky
  3. 4.  
  4. 5.  
  5. 6.  
  6. 11. Network Literacy
  7. 12.  
  8. 13.  
  9. 14.   Not just our students.
  10. 15.   Can we do that for ourselves?
  11. 16. “ 'What can you do?' has been replaced with 'What can you and your network connections do?' Knowledge itself is moving from the individual to the individual and his contacts. ” --Jay Cross, Informal Learning
  12. 18. 1. The ability to create , navigate and grow personal learning networks in safe, effective and ethical ways.
  13. 19. Create:   Q. What are we creating ?  
  14. 20. A. Connections
  15. 22. Delicious Network Explorer
  16. 23. Q. Key to creating connections?
  17. 24. A. Sharing
  18. 25. Think about:   Are you Googleable?
  19. 26.  
  20. 27. Can I find you? Can we connect?
  21. 28. 2. The ability to create, navigate and grow personal learning networks in safe, effective and ethical ways.
  22. 29. Q. What are we navigating ?
  23. 30. A. People, Information, Links
  24. 32. "Build relationships with others to pose and solve problems collaboratively and cross-culturally."
  25. 33. "Design and share information for global communities to meet a variety of purposes."
  26. 34. "Manage, analyze, and synthesize multiple streams of simultaneous information."
  27. 35. Link
  28. 36. Think about:   Are you an information editor ? A people editor?
  29. 37. 3. The ability to create, navigate and grow personal learning networks in safe, effective and ethical ways.
  30. 38. Q. What nurtures a network?
  31. 39. A. Diversity, Autonomy, Openness Stephen Downes
  32. 40. Diversity is key.
  33. 41. 4. The ability to create, navigate and grow personal learning networks in safe , effective and ethical ways.
  34. 42. Q. Can you model safety for your students?
  35. 43. Q. Do you practice "reputation management"?
  36. 44.  
  37. 45.  
  38. 46. 5. The ability to create, navigate and grow personal learning networks in safe, effective and ethical ways.
  39. 47. Q. What does effective use look like?
  40. 48. A. Balanced, Focused, Meaningful
  41. 49.  
  42. 50. 6. The ability to create, navigate and grow personal learning networks in safe, effective and ethical ways.
  43. 51. Q. Can you model ethical use for your students?
  44. 52. Creative Commons, Linking, Attribution, Civility, Citizenship
  45. 53.  
  46. 54.  
  47. 55.  
  48. 56.  
  49. 57. Q. For you, right now, which is the most successful/difficult piece?
  50. 58. Creating Navigating Growing Safety Effectiveness Ethics
  51. 59.  
  52. 60. "We may well have reached a set of tipping points: Going forward, learning may be far more individualized, far more in the hands (and the minds) of the learner, and far more interactive than ever before. This constitutes a paradox: As the digital era progresses, learning may be at once more individual (contoured to a person's own style, proclivities, and interests) yet more social (involving networking, group work, the wisdom of crowds, etc.). How these seemingly contradictory directions are addressed impacts the future complexion of learning."   --Howard Gardner
  53. 61. Online networks change distance (Ulises Mejias) ‏
  54. 62. Online, near and far are not physical distances.
  55. 63. “ Near ” is constructed.
  56. 64. “ Nearness ” is inclusion...
  57. 65. ... ” farness ” is exclusion
  58. 66. The scale of our networks is changing
  59. 67. Knowledge resides in networks.
  60. 68. Learning in networks (assuming a connection) is an ongoing process, not an event.
  61. 69. The network is always learning.

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