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5 Tips for Knowledge Gardeners: How to Grow a Collaborative Learning Community by Josh ... - 0 views

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    Imagine your workplace as an award-winning garden - a place where you nurture knowledge and success. A place where people grow and learn from one another by sharing best practices. A place where training content expands and improves through crowdsourcing. A place that's self-sustaining, dynamic, and always fresh.
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kstoolkit - home - 0 views

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    combinedlogo3.jpgWelcome to the Knowledge Sharing Toolkit

    Join the ICT-KM Program of the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR), the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the KM4Dev Community in creating and growing this resource of knowledge sharing tools and methods. While these are applicable in a wide range of contexts, we hope that together we can help frame them in the context of international development with a focus on agriculture, fisheries, food and nutrition, forestry and sustainable development.
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    combinedlogo3.jpgWelcome to the Knowledge Sharing Toolkit

    Join the ICT-KM Program of the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR), the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the KM4Dev Community in creating and growing this resource of knowledge sharing tools and methods. While these are applicable in a wide range of contexts, we hope that together we can help frame them in the context of international development with a focus on agriculture, fisheries, food and nutrition, forestry and sustainable development.
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EJKM, Electronic Journal of Knowledge Management - 0 views

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    The Electronic Journal of Knowledge Management aims to publish perspectives on topics relevant to the study, implementation and management of knowledge management.

    The journal contributes to the development of both theory and practice in the field of knowledge management. The journal accepts academically robust papers, topical articles and case studies that contribute to the area of research in, and practice of knowledge management.
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YouTube - The Anonymity Project - Spring 2009 Digital Ethnography Preview - 0 views

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    For the Spring 2009 Digital Ethnography course led by Michael Wesch. This is a compilation of trailers created by students for their Spring 2009 projects. For more information about our project, visit our research hub: http://www.netvibes.com/wesch There you will find links to student blogs, our wiki, our diigo links, notes, and other materials.
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NMC Discussion - Digital Ethnography - 0 views

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    mike wesc purpose driven research project on anonymity kansas uni ethnography/social anthropology on web 2.0 trends
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Mediated Cultures: Digital Ethnography at Kansas State University - 0 views

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    Mediated Cultures: Digital Ethnography at Kansas State University
    netvibes site for mike wesch's course using rss feeds etc
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From Knowledgable to Knowledge-able: Learning in New Media Environments | Academic Commons - 0 views

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    From Knowledgable to Knowledge-able: Learning in New Media Environments
    Posted January 7th, 2009 by Michael Wesch , Kansas State University
    Tags:

    * Essays
    * Teaching and Technology
    * anthropology
    * Assessment
    * information revolution
    * multimedia
    * participatory learning
    * Web 2.0

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    Knowledge-able
    Most university classrooms have gone through a massive transformation in the past ten years. I'm not talking about the numerous initiatives for multiple plasma screens, moveable chairs, round tables, or digital whiteboards. The change is visually more subtle, yet potentially much more transformative. As I recently wrote in a Britannica Online Forum:

    There is something in the air, and it is nothing less than the digital artifacts of over one billion people and computers networked together collectively producing over 2,000 gigabytes of new information per second. While most of our classrooms were built under the assumption that information is scarce and hard to find, nearly the entire body of human knowledge now flows through and around these rooms in one form or another, ready to be accessed by laptops, cellphones, and iPods. Classrooms built to re-enforce the top-down authoritative knowledge of the teacher are now enveloped by a cloud of ubiquitous digital information where knowledge is made, not found, and authority is continuously negotiated through discussion and participation.1

    This new media environment can be enormously disruptive to our current teaching methods and philosophies. As we increasingly move toward an environment of instant and infinite information, it becomes less important for students to know, memorize, or recall information, and more important for them to be able to find, sort, analyze, share, discuss, critique, and create information. They need to move from being simply knowledgeable to being knowledge-able.
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