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Teachers: What Are Your Intentions for the New Year?

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I regularly set intentions before a meeting or before teaching a class, or at the start of the day.
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Theorizing Google Docs: 10 Tips for Navigating Online Collaboration | Collaboration | HYBRID PEDAGOGY

Theorizing Google Docs: 10 Tips for Navigating Online Collaboration | Collaboration | HYBRID PEDAGOGY | Leadership, Trust and e-Learning | Scoop.it
Hybrid Pedagogy is an academic and networked journal of teaching and technology that combines the strands of critical and digital pedagogy to arrive at the best social and civil uses of technology and digital media in education.
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The 5 E Learning Cycle Model | Educación y TIC

The 5 E Learning Cycle Model | Educación y TIC | Leadership, Trust and e-Learning | Scoop.it
First used as an inquiry lesson planning model in the Science Curriculum Improvement Study (SCIS) program, a K-6 science program in the early 1970s, the early learning cycle model had 3 stages (exploration, invention, discovery).
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The Next Generation of Women Leaders: What You Need to Lead but Won't Learn in Business School: Selena Rezvani: 9780313376665: Amazon.com: Books

The Next Generation of Women Leaders: What You Need to Lead but Won't Learn in Business School [Selena Rezvani] on Amazon.com. *FREE* super saver shipping on qualifying offers.
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Design to elucidate complexity: derivatives and the meta-economy - Trends in the Living Networks

Design to elucidate complexity: derivatives and the meta-economy - Trends in the Living Networks | Leadership, Trust and e-Learning | Scoop.it

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Open Access Explained!

What is open access? Nick Shockey and Jonathan Eisen take us through the world of open access publishing and explain just what it's all about. Make sure to w...

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Death by Powerpoint: Top 10 Ways to make your Audience Suicidal during a Presentation

Death by Powerpoint: Top 10 Ways to make your Audience Suicidal during a Presentation | Leadership, Trust and e-Learning | Scoop.it
Presentations can be an extremely effective way to communicate a point or pitch but it also has the opportunity to be the death of you or be an utter...

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Top 10 tips on how to make your open access research visible online : JISC

Top 10 tips on how to make your open access research visible online : JISC | Leadership, Trust and e-Learning | Scoop.it
RT @pgsimoes: Top 10 tips on how to make your open access research visible online http://t.co/dwRbkJqV (@JISC) #elearning #edtech...

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eLearning Learning

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eLearning Learning - a site which collects and showcases information about eLearning: some useful stuff.

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What is cognitive load?: Instructional Design and eLearning

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The e-Learning Coach: What is Cognitive Load - interesting and useful blog article.

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@GSiemens "Designing, development, and running (massive) open Online Courses via @Gconole

The First Unisa International ODL Conference 2012...

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Bridging the Research-Practice Gap in Management Research

Bridging the Research-Practice Gap in Management Research | Leadership, Trust and e-Learning | Scoop.it

 

Abstract:

 

Management research often bears little resemblance to management practice. Although this research- practice gap is widely recognized and frequently lamented, there is little discussion about how it can be bridged. We partly remedy this problem in this paper by describing our experiences with the Network for Business Sustainability. Our experiences showed that the paradoxes underlying the relationship between research and practice make bridging this gap difficult. We argue that the reason why the research-practice gap endures is that bridging it is beyond the capabilities and scope of most individuals, and we call for the creation of intermediary organizations like the Network for Business Sustainability. We close by outlining some of the activities that can be undertaken by these boundary-spanning intermediary organizations, with the hopes of better aligning management research and practice.

 

Bridging the Research-Practice Gap, by Pratima Bansal, Stephanie Bertels, Tom Ewart, Peter MacConnachie and James O'Brien, appeared in the February 2012 issue of the Academy of Management Perspectives.

 

Fulltext:

http://nbs.net/wp-content/uploads/Bridging-the-Research-Practice-Gap.pdf


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Personal Learning Environments and the revolution of Vygotsky’s Zone of Proximal Development

Personal Learning Environments and the revolution of Vygotsky’s Zone of Proximal Development | Leadership, Trust and e-Learning | Scoop.it

Developmental psychologist Lev Vygotsky defined what the person or a student can do — or the problems they can solve — as three different stages:

What a student can do on their own, working independently or without anyone’s help.
What the student can do with the help of someone.
What it is beyond the student’s reach even if helped by someone else.


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E-learning Complements the Efforts of Your Trainer | Custom Training and eLearning Blog

E-learning Complements the Efforts of Your Trainer | Custom Training and eLearning Blog | Leadership, Trust and e-Learning | Scoop.it
When new employees required induction training, see how eLearning can complement the efforts of the trainer with an example.
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Useful e-learning resources advice to supplement training...

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e-Learning

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NZeLearning is home for me, Jason Ranston, Leader of Interactive Technologies at Ko Awatea. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Jason is using Pinterest, an online pinboard to collect and share what inspires you.
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A Pivotal Message for Women Leaders About Our Feminine Side | Business 2 Community

A Pivotal Message for Women Leaders About Our Feminine Side | Business 2 Community | Leadership, Trust and e-Learning | Scoop.it
My business partner recently brought to my attention a video of Jane Goodall speaking about the power of female characteristics (posted below).
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Rachel Botsman: The currency of the new economy is trust

WHAT’S MINE IS YOURS is about Collaborative Consumption, a new, emerging economy made possible by online social networks and fueled by increasing cost consciousness and environmental necessity. Collaborative Consumption occurs when people participate in organized sharing, bartering, trading, renting, swapping, and collectives to get the same pleasures of ownership with reduced personal cost and burden, and lower environmental impact.

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Collaborative consumption as a basis for a reputation economy is a remarkable insight to where we might all be heading. Who will build the Reputation dashboard to measure the worth of your reputation, intentions, capabilities and values across communities and marketplaces? Intriguing presentation.
Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, November 29, 2012 10:09 PM

This is another great TED Talk. I first heard the phrase 'reputation trail' while watching this video. I've since become intrigued by the concept of collaborative consumption and online trust.  

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The Top Trust Busters That Dilute Your Credibility

The Top Trust Busters That Dilute Your Credibility | Leadership, Trust and e-Learning | Scoop.it
You wouldn’t deliberately dilute your own credibility. But it’s possible that some of your innocent behaviors are producing precisely that unintended consequence.Credibility problems can come in the form of trust busters.
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10 of the Greatest Leadership Mistakes in History - Huffington Post (blog)

10 of the Greatest Leadership Mistakes in History - Huffington Post (blog) | Leadership, Trust and e-Learning | Scoop.it
10 of the Greatest Leadership Mistakes in HistoryHuffington Post (blog)When we look at the past, it becomes obvious that the march of history is often more of a stumble.
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Social Media Changing Us, Society & the Power of the Human Connection

Social Media Changing Us, Society & the Power of the Human Connection | Leadership, Trust and e-Learning | Scoop.it

This wonderful piece was written by Milas Page - it is inspiring, it is true and it's what's is happening to many people as a result of interacting in social media.

 

The author talks about the "social mindset" connecting as human beings is what gets you in the door......

 

Here are some highlights:

 

**The Social Mindset sees the value in collaboration

 

**The Social Mindset cares about others – be it your customers, your employees, or your partners

 

**The Social Mindset lays the groundwork for the importance of listening

 

**The Social Mindset leads you to realize you can help – therefore makes you open to helping when an opportunity arises

 

**The Social Mindset surrounds you with positive thinking and empowers you to realize you can make a change

 

What's the point, she asks? I'm quoting Milas because I couldn't have said it better..........

 

An interaction like the she refers to in this piece is between her and another person whom in the past she would have closed the door  but social media has made her see people in a different light.

 

"Tirelessly one door at a time, trying to activate communities. Now an interaction like that can not only reach me, it can reach you.

 

Messages amplified, reach expanding.Making the human connection is what get’s you in the door."

 

** "Then think about the implications this has in our world, I believe it has many and it’s a good thing. Companies and people who embrace social as a mindset will change this world, one person – one cause, one workplace at a time"

 

How has it changed you?

 

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Read full article and see video here: [http://bit.ly/UVP3yU]


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What is your social mindset?  


If you're afraid of using social media, does it mean you are afraid of living in the 21st century?

Mila Araujo 's comment, January 16, 2013 11:53 AM
Thank you so much for sharing! Glad these ideas resonated with you!
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3 Habits For Managing Your Social Media Footprint

3 Habits For Managing Your Social Media Footprint | Leadership, Trust and e-Learning | Scoop.it
Self-control. Going off the grid. Curation. Check out these three habits to manage your social-media footprint and make you more effective. Read on for a functional, easy guide on how to do just that.
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:: Algorithms Can Help Curators Pre-Filter, Discover and Learn From Like-Minded Colleagues ::

:: Algorithms Can Help Curators Pre-Filter, Discover and Learn From Like-Minded Colleagues :: | Leadership, Trust and e-Learning | Scoop.it

 

Robin Good: Alexis Dufresne of Faveeo, an up and coming information filtering and discovery tool not yet available to the general public, has been posting some interesting articles on topics related to news curation, filtering and discovery.

 

In particular, I found interesting his recent analysis on automated solutions and algorithms designed to help scale curation efforts, as these are generally discarded as inappropriate for any type of professional work. But, as he rightly points out, there are several tasks inside a curator workflow that can indeed help and reduce the curator's workload without limiting his ability to manually select and edit what he finds most appropriate.

Alexis pinpoints at least three different areas in which algorithms and automated operations can indeed greatly help the curator's work. These are:

 

1) Discovery of new sources and networks: ...By teaching a machine about the kind of sources and users a curator is looking for, a machine could process from the incredible mass of sources and people out there to figure out those who are likely to be trusted sources of information. By using techniques of text analysis, social reach, semantic density, popularity and more, this task could be done by a machine.

 

2) Learning the profile of a curator: A lot of engines are focusing on filtering the semantic meaning of an article in order to recommend other content. But by using advanced NLP techniques and text extraction methods, we could go further and have an idea of the tone, the lenght and other signals that can indicate the preferences of a human curator, other than simply the actual keywords used in the text.

 

3) Social recommendations: ...By detecting users that seem to click, like, share or save the same articles, we can connect them together to mutualize their search and discovery operations, in order to speed things up.

 

Rightful. Helpful. 8/10

 

Full article: http://www.faveeo.com/computer-assisted-curation-lets-figure-out-best-system-help-scale-curation-operations

 

 


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Faveeo Update : Two new features to speed up fresh discovery - http://eepurl.com/ycrBL
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Watch The Watchers: 'Trusted' Employees Can Do Damage - Dark Reading

Watch The Watchers: 'Trusted' Employees Can Do Damage - Dark Reading | Leadership, Trust and e-Learning | Scoop.it
A study of insider attacks within financial firms offers lessons to other companies: identify important data, limit access, and scrutinize trusted users most closely (Watch The Watchers: 'Trusted' Employees Can Do Damage
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