Social learning, is of course, not a new concept or a new term; we’ve always learned socially – from our parents, siblings, friends and from our colleagues at work. Bandura’s social learning theory is also well known. But a new definition of social learning has emerged in the last few years; one that implies the use of social technology to underpin learning.
So why is there a need to focus on Social Collaboration? Because the benefits of social collaborationfor a team – and an organisation – are wide ranging and significant, and include many that are key to organisational survival, e.g.
continuous learning and performance improvementimproved communication through faster access to informationimproved employee engagementimproved insights into work status, problems and issueseasier capture and retention of organizational knowledge
Friso van Vollenhoven of Xebia uses a combination of Hadoop, Neo4j and browser based visualization and interactive tools to look at graphs, search for known interesting patterns in big graphs and do ad hoc querying against graphs.
La netnografía se presenta como un nuevo método investigativo para indagar sobre lo que sucede en las comunidades virtuales, mas propiamente de lo que acontece en Internet. El método deviene de la aplicación de la etnografía al estudio del ciberespacio. Su pretensión transita por erigirse como ciencia de lo que ocurre en la red de redes, esta pretensión, reclamada por toda disciplina emergente, aún es difusa; se presenta más como una técnica de investigación de las vivencias en los espacios virtuales. Sus orígenes se sitúan en los Estados Unidos, su aplicación actual mas evidente es la expresada por el Marketing, en los estudios de mercado.
That is why in the following pages we will briefly describe Erasmus Identity using a methodology called “netnography” – a kind of an ethnographic analysis applied to a digital “field”, in our case Facebook.
In a modern world where knowledge objects are ubiquitous and openly accessible, the roles of educators and learners must evolve to meet the growing needs of the resulting high-paced, digital society. Connectivism is an emergent, net-enabled learning theory that suggests the most important result of a learning situation is the ability of the learner to make connections between distinct ideas using social capital and the affordances of digital networks.
(2014). Personal learning environments: design and use / Los entornos personales de aprendizaje en la educación superior: del diseño al uso. Cultura y Educación: Vol. 26, MONOGRAPAHIC ISSUE: PERSONAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS IN THE CONTEXT OF FORMAL EDUCATION / NÚMERO MONOGRÁFICO: LOS ENTORNOS PERSONALES DE APRENDIZAJE EN CONTEXTOS DE EDUCACIÓN FORMAL, pp. 775-801. doi: 10.1080/11356405.2014.985935
Netnography enables the social media industry to gain an insight, on how consumer co-creation, influences product development online. Research and design specialist constantly gain product knowledge from Netnography, ...
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