Kevin Kelly is a force of nature. He spoke at the West Coast Wiki Conference yesterday.
From my Seminal Documents page:
Eugene Kim announced that Ward Cunningham was our opening keynote speaker for the West Coast WIki Conference. Only after the talk did he mention that Ward invented the wiki (1995) and is a prime mover in both the Agile Software Movement and Software Patterns.
The wiki was born in an age when the Continue reading
Jane & Charles
The conference program would lead you to assume that the Learning Technologies conference would be a hotbed of social Continue reading
*If you are not reflecting, you are not learning. Here are some things I learned from in the past six months.
The Flip UltraHD camcorder is a breakthrough learning device. Two hours of high-quality video from a cam that slides into your pocket. All for less than $200. Here’s a Continue reading
George Siemens began the day by challenging us to see the world as a set of trade-offs. What’s the optimal balance point?
Asking people to jot ideas on the white board, the line that divides presenter from audience began to blur. We’re all audience; we all presenters; it shifts back and forth. Continue reading
Judy Brown is talking about mobile learning: it’s more that eLearning lite.
M-learning: Pervasive. Get learners to complete tasks while going about their day-to-day lives.
Laptops are mobile but not in Judy’s book. She wants something you always take with you. It’s always connected. It’s instant-on.
When Continue reading
BIG KM (corporate) | Little KM | Personal KM
Lots going on. Books, blogs, bookmarks, tags, etc.
Harold asked himself, “What is it I actually do?”
“Sorting” means filtering one’s sources.
Weekly overview of interesting stuff found on Twitter: tagged Continue reading
Largest information company in the world
70/20/10: 80% of learning takes place outside of class
Learning through experience: 70%
Learning from others: 20%
Learning formally: 10%
Think of your major lessons. They weren’t formal, were they?
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Two years ago, DevLearn and KM World took place simultaneously in downtown San Jose. I sensed that learning and knowledge management were converging and invited bloggers form both sides to get together at the Tidehouse to share viewpoints and guzzle beer. Adobe was kind enough to pick up the tab.