Richard Millington who blog faster than I can read.The reason that I did so not find the time to blog is that I have written a reserve with Sibrenne Wagenaar called ‘Leren in tijden van tweets, applications to want’. You can almost do you know what this means: Learning in times of tweets, apps, and wants (and yes we’ve powered our editor crazy with the amount of English terms in the publication).
We have written for nearly one and a half years. It had been great fun to do, but it costs a lot of time, in addition to common consultancies, our courses and private life. It was certainly a difficult book to create: more challenging than our prior publication called ‘En nu online’ which gave tips about how professionals, organizations, and groups may use interpersonal to mass media. Learning in times of tweets likes, and applications is more descriptive and examines the changes in society because of this of social technology and its impact on professionals, the opportunities for organizations and what this signifies for learning professionals.
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What I really liked is that people had a group of 20-25 people who wanted to think along for example with a facebook exchange and/or researching the models. Writing this reserve was almost like sculpting a model (that I did once). We started writing and brainstorming to reflect on the main themes. This is supplemented by interviews, reading, and case studies. I guess we’ve rewritten each one of the five sections at least eight times! First, I got to love the word social technology. I want to use this more frequently and consistently. We started with Ennuonline almost a decade talking about ‘web2 ago.0’ then ‘social media’.
Followed by ‘new press’. The beauty of the term interpersonal technology would be that the portrayed word is interpersonal has come back. That is our enthusiasm and focus. We aren’t experts in individual e-learning modules. Secondly, I like the variation we started to make between different types of professionals: Knowmads, Googlers, Followers, and Hobbyists while we started with the Knowmads as an ideal type.
I have used this typology already in several sessions and it can help to see that not absolutely all professionals are the same. I believe it is an excellent framework which I’ll use in my future work. You are able to facilitate the groupings in different ways. Informally we did that already, I really believe, for example, by always look for the pioneers. I see more obviously or get to know why often the communications professionals and IT specialists are taking the lead concerning social technology within the business.
This is a huge aggravation of mine. Many learning professionals do not yet have a public lens and have no affinity with technological developments. Despite the focus on 70-20-10! I believe that learning experts in the foreseeable future will have a much higher involvement with social technology in the organization. I also recognize that the technology has helped to place sociable learning into focus. When I was only available in 2005 with areas of practice, few organizations were interested. There is currently much more buzz around learning in communities. We distinguish different stages of how organizations embrace social technologies, for instance organizations focused on online and blended learning versus social learning.