Putting CommunityKnowledge in Place  Tony Smith, Bill Hall, Susu Nousala  Theory, Ontology and Management of  Organization...
Organisational Knowledge•   Tacit Knowledge Network Development —    Nousala, Whyte, Hall•   Building Resilient Knowledge ...
Emerging social network around“human attractor”             Nousala & Hall (2008)                                     3Nou...
Invincible Co. knowledge buildingspiral            Modified from Nousala (2006, 2007)                                     ...
Contextual information management and                                  public knowledge spacesVines, McCarthy, Jones, Kirk...
Using principles of contextual information         management to build regulatory                knowledge systems    Stat...
Hierarchical Construction of Knowledge                     Hall, Nousala, Best “I” – building personal K    “THEM” – the...
Accessible Technology•   NeatStreets Non-emergency Reporting —    Kuruppu•   Free Technology for the Support of    Communi...
‘Next-Gen’ Community Service What is NeatStreets?                                          Kuruppu  a crowd-sourced issu...
‘Next-Gen’ Community Service Linked issue page - where gov and community can interact:
Hall, Nousala, Best
Smith, Nair                                        Community Knowledge Mobilisation                 "311" Non-emergency Re...
Smith, Nair                                                    Community Knowledge Mobilisation                           ...
Public/Nature Corridors•   A Ring of Open Space For Sustainable    Living & Learning in Melbourne’s West —    Hocking, Wya...
Iramoo-Albion GreenWeb               Isabella               Williams                   Iramoo               Reserve       ...
Sustainable Living:   Layers of Interaction in a Complex System           Community Hubs & Schools                 Culture...
Smith, Nair       So what has really changed in the way        we perceive (and engage with) the       environment/context...
Due to datum differences between the various data sets on this plan, some apparent discrepancies will occur    between bou...
Where to from here?• Geospatial mapping and tracking of  community knowledge   ‣   A recent practical exercise   ‣   And a...
Melbourne Airport  recently acquired     a parcel of  Creek-facing land   which straddlesour preferred route for connectin...
Google Maps also shows the title boundary but faintly
Google Satellite view can be relatively old and undated
But we can use NearMap to track more recent changes
including capping of the toxic waste dump lower centre.
including capping of the toxic waste dump lower centre.                   Trail link needed here
For much longer historic context we can  go back to the year before I was bornand the place I was about to be born into.
Sports                                          Club                                      McGain                          ...
Melbourne’s long lop-sided growth
WHITTLESEA                     HUME            MELTON                                        Broadmeadows                 ...
Move over Marvellous Melbourne.
Move over Marvellous Melbourne.
Sunshine, St Albans and Sydenham
Sunshine, St Albans and Sydenham
have long been the end of the line, but
have long been the end of the line, but
west-north-west is now emerging as
west-north-west is now emerging as
growth centre of Western Civilisation!
growth centre of Western Civilisation!
So welcome to Superlative Sunshine,
So welcome to Superlative Sunshine,
where the rain doesn’t fall much, but
where the rain doesn’t fall much, but
it hasn’t mattered a lot since after the
it hasn’t mattered a lot since after the
great flood (also in 1946) since which
great flood (also in 1946) since which
we divert overflow to the Kororoit!
we divert overflow to the Kororoit!
Putting CommunityKnowledge in Place  Tony Smith, Bill Hall, Susu Nousala  Theory, Ontology and Management of  Organization...
Questions?
Questions? Stellenbosch in Western Cape makesan urban feature of its old Mill Stream
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Puttinng Community Knowledge in Place
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Wrap up paper for our special session at the Knowledge Cities World Summit in Melbourne, November 2010 presented jointly with Bill Hall.

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  • Puttinng Community Knowledge in Place

    1. 1. Putting CommunityKnowledge in Place Tony Smith, Bill Hall, Susu Nousala Theory, Ontology and Management of Organizational Knowledge (TOMOK) Melbourne Emergence Meetup Grouphttp://emergence.meetup.com/24/
    2. 2. Organisational Knowledge• Tacit Knowledge Network Development — Nousala, Whyte, Hall• Building Resilient Knowledge Systems — Vines, McCarthy, Jones, Kirk• Theory, Ontology and Management of Organizational Knowledge (TOMOK) — Hall, Nousala, Best
    3. 3. Emerging social network around“human attractor” Nousala & Hall (2008) 3Nousala, Whyte, Hall
    4. 4. Invincible Co. knowledge buildingspiral Modified from Nousala (2006, 2007) 4
    5. 5. Contextual information management and public knowledge spacesVines, McCarthy, Jones, Kirk Regulatory interventions need to change in response to changes in the knowledge space Legislators The objective is to amplify positive emergent patterns This type of visualisation provides a glimpse as to what we mean by a regulatory knowledge system
    6. 6. Using principles of contextual information management to build regulatory knowledge systems State and nationalinstruments of regulation Contextual information management allows for the visualisation of network connections
    7. 7. Hierarchical Construction of Knowledge Hall, Nousala, Best “I” – building personal K  “THEM” – the larger org. “WE” – building group K  Noosphere – world of K
    8. 8. Accessible Technology• NeatStreets Non-emergency Reporting — Kuruppu• Free Technology for the Support of Community Action Groups (test cases) — Hall, Nousala, Best• Community Knowledge Maintenance — Smith, Nair
    9. 9. ‘Next-Gen’ Community Service What is NeatStreets? Kuruppu  a crowd-sourced issue management service for the public - enabled by a free phone app: …. it engages communities across Australia and NZ to report location-tagged comments with photos in an easy way ....
    10. 10. ‘Next-Gen’ Community Service Linked issue page - where gov and community can interact:
    11. 11. Hall, Nousala, Best
    12. 12. Smith, Nair Community Knowledge Mobilisation "311" Non-emergency Reporting Continuing conversation Transactional process authorise resources Funding bodies same Responsible authorities and undertake works Municipalities, Govt Depts, Recruitment of land owners and managers Office cost reduction justify Public space Endorsed plans Action and feedback endorse Parks, waterways, beaches, trails, From occasional publishing Notification and tracking system paths, roads, railways, interchanges to ongoing online updating e.g. Pepper Stacks NeatStreet formalise defined by work for Content editors Public submission system Domain-specific context Mobile phone app submission Media/technical expertise User monitoring of progress submission system retains linkages "Friends of" community groups engage Tree planting, cleanup, monitoring Stories Old Photos Maintenance and cleanup history maps, video Pothole, graffiti, storm damage, opinion records sound litter, trolley, broken footpath community engagement "Non- "Bottom traditional drawers" owners" Technical approach Open source software Mapping overlays Theoretical approach Media galleries Evidence-based Collaborative editing Tacit knowledge Addressing the knowledge deficit in Public and member access Avoid framing conventional community consultation
    13. 13. Smith, Nair Community Knowledge Mobilisation Continuing conversation authorise resources Funding bodies and undertake works Municipalities, Govt Depts, land owners and managers justify Public space Endorsed plans endorse Parks, waterways, beaches, trails, From occasional publishing paths, roads, railways, interchanges to ongoing online updating formalise defined by work for Content editors Domain-specific context Media/technical expertise submission system retains linkages "Friends of" community groups engage Tree planting, cleanup, monitoring Stories Old Photos history maps, video opinion records sound community engagement "Non-
    14. 14. Public/Nature Corridors• A Ring of Open Space For Sustainable Living & Learning in Melbourne’s West — Hocking, Wyatt http://www.meme.com.au/papers/KC10/Hocking.pdf• Moonee Ponds Creek Strategic Plan — Smith, Nair• Melbourne-Sydney Rail Comparison — Smith
    15. 15. Iramoo-Albion GreenWeb Isabella Williams Iramoo Reserve Wildlife Park Victoria Uni St Albans Bullum Bullum Reserve Pimelea Grasslands Denton Avenue Reserve Featherhead Grassands Hocking, Wyatt10/17/10 Knowledge Cities Melb, Nov 2010 3
    16. 16. Sustainable Living: Layers of Interaction in a Complex System Community Hubs & Schools Culture & History Biodiversity & Open Space10/17/10 Knowledge Cities Melb, Nov 2010 7
    17. 17. Smith, Nair So what has really changed in the way we perceive (and engage with) the environment/contexts that we inhabit and navigate everyday?1860 2009 The Moonee Ponds Creek in Melbourne
    18. 18. Due to datum differences between the various data sets on this plan, some apparent discrepancies will occur between boundaries and photographic images. Track alignment changes to accommodate the Regional R EE T Rail Link take out the shopping strip on the Footscray T LEEDS S Station side of Irving Street opposite the tram terminus. E ET TR Smith S G IR VIN F OO REGIONAL RAIL LINK PROPOSED PROJECT AREA MAP 14 OF 38 Legend RRL Line RRL / Melton Line Sydenham Line ARTC Line Goods Line Werribee Line Existing Rail Track Buildings Footprint Title Boundary E Proposed Project Area NU AVE I 0 5 10 AB Meters CN M
    19. 19. Where to from here?• Geospatial mapping and tracking of community knowledge ‣ A recent practical exercise ‣ And a much older one• Melbourne’s north-western growth lobe changing expectations ‣ Marvellous Melbourne 1890 ‣ Superlative Sunshine 2050
    20. 20. Melbourne Airport recently acquired a parcel of Creek-facing land which straddlesour preferred route for connecting the Moonee Ponds Creek Trail to the Airport.So we checked outsome online maps.
    21. 21. Google Maps also shows the title boundary but faintly
    22. 22. Google Satellite view can be relatively old and undated
    23. 23. But we can use NearMap to track more recent changes
    24. 24. including capping of the toxic waste dump lower centre.
    25. 25. including capping of the toxic waste dump lower centre. Trail link needed here
    26. 26. For much longer historic context we can go back to the year before I was bornand the place I was about to be born into.
    27. 27. Sports Club McGain house Parents’ Toyne house house Uncle’sBremner house house Grey hound track Cycling board Chazan track Five house Mile Creek Grand mother’s flat Grand parents’ PICA house office
    28. 28. Melbourne’s long lop-sided growth
    29. 29. WHITTLESEA HUME MELTON Broadmeadows Footscray Central Melbourne Box Hill WYNDHAMis finally heading the other way
    30. 30. Move over Marvellous Melbourne.
    31. 31. Move over Marvellous Melbourne.
    32. 32. Sunshine, St Albans and Sydenham
    33. 33. Sunshine, St Albans and Sydenham
    34. 34. have long been the end of the line, but
    35. 35. have long been the end of the line, but
    36. 36. west-north-west is now emerging as
    37. 37. west-north-west is now emerging as
    38. 38. growth centre of Western Civilisation!
    39. 39. growth centre of Western Civilisation!
    40. 40. So welcome to Superlative Sunshine,
    41. 41. So welcome to Superlative Sunshine,
    42. 42. where the rain doesn’t fall much, but
    43. 43. where the rain doesn’t fall much, but
    44. 44. it hasn’t mattered a lot since after the
    45. 45. it hasn’t mattered a lot since after the
    46. 46. great flood (also in 1946) since which
    47. 47. great flood (also in 1946) since which
    48. 48. we divert overflow to the Kororoit!
    49. 49. we divert overflow to the Kororoit!
    50. 50. Putting CommunityKnowledge in Place Tony Smith, Bill Hall, Susu Nousala Theory, Ontology and Management of Organizational Knowledge (TOMOK) Melbourne Emergence Meetup Grouphttp://emergence.meetup.com/24/
    51. 51. Questions?
    52. 52. Questions? Stellenbosch in Western Cape makesan urban feature of its old Mill Stream

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