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Looking at what it means - and enactments of - networked collective Intelligence
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: Collective Intelligence vs. The Wisdom of Crowds

: Collective Intelligence vs. The Wisdom of Crowds | Collective intelligence 2.0 | Scoop.it

Surowiecki's model seeks to aggregate anonymously produced data, seeing the wisdom emerging when a large number of people each enter their own calculations without influencing each other's findings. Levy's model focuses on the kinds of deliberative process that occurs in online communities as participants share information, correct and evaluate each other's findings, and arrive at a consensus understanding.

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On Collective Intelligence

On Collective Intelligence | Collective intelligence 2.0 | Scoop.it

Proceedings of the inaugural Symposium on Collective Intelligence (COLLIN 2010).

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Emergence of Collective Wisdom: David LaChapelle

Emergence of Collective Wisdom: David LaChapelle | Collective intelligence 2.0 | Scoop.it

That groups of human beings can amplify the qualities present in a variety of gatherings is a common experience. We see the inspirational capacity of humans to transcend their own limitations in service of a collective good. The Apollo moon missions come to mind as an example of group intelligence in the service of lofty (literally) goals. The intensity of emotional and physical energy present at sporting events shows us the capacity of amplification that is present in group settings. On the darker side we see the manifestation of group behaviors such as Nazi Germany, or more recently the genocides in Cambodia and Rwanda as examples of the collective gone awry.

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Connecting the African Continent with Powerful, User-Created Content AfricaNe.ws

Connecting the African Continent with Powerful, User-Created Content AfricaNe.ws zuh: .qov http://t.co/MnT3d3l2...
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#Change11 #CCK12 Autonomy in Networked Learning and Connectivism

#Change11 #CCK12 Autonomy in Networked Learning and Connectivism | Collective intelligence 2.0 | Scoop.it
After reading Jenny and Carmen's paper on Connectivism and Dimensions on Individual experience and now Heli's post, I would like to reflect on what those three theories mean under Networked Learnin...
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Un wiki pour entrer dans la forge de l'apprentissage et de l'enseignement* | Formation et culture numérique - Thot Cursus

Un wiki pour entrer dans la forge de l'apprentissage et de l'enseignement* | Formation et culture numérique - Thot Cursus | Collective intelligence 2.0 | Scoop.it
Un cours de deuxième et troisième cycle universitaire sur le Web 2.0, qui se concrétise au travers d'une production 2.0. Quand dire, c'est faire.
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Week 15: Howard Rheingold – “ATTENTION” #change11

Week 15: Howard Rheingold – “ATTENTION” #change11 | Collective intelligence 2.0 | Scoop.it

 Rheingold suggests we need “Attention, crap detection, participation, collaboration, and network know-how” as the essential digital literacies in navigating the present and future of mass collaboration.

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NetPublic » Web 2.0 = Pédagogie 2.0 ? Cours et synthèse collective (université de Laval, Québec)

NetPublic » Web 2.0 = Pédagogie 2.0 ? Cours et synthèse collective (université de Laval, Québec) | Collective intelligence 2.0 | Scoop.it
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How to Use Twitter to Build Intelligence

intelligence: n. the capacity to acquire and apply knowledge
(this post is a group Twitter experiment - link to similar articles at bottom & share your own experience on Twitter with hashtag #...
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Public Support for Free Learning: A Policy Framework ~ Stephen's Web

Public Support for Free Learning: A Policy Framework ~ Stephen's Web | Collective intelligence 2.0 | Scoop.it

Stephen's Web, the home page of Stephen Downes, with news and information on e-learning, new media, instructional technology, educational design, and related subjects...

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Robin Good on curation

In interview Robin Good, that master of new media (http://masternewmedia.org) about curation -- what it is, what it requires, why it's important, how to do it.
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The Rise of Collaboration | Video channel on TED.com

The Rise of Collaboration | Video channel on TED.com | Collective intelligence 2.0 | Scoop.it
TED Theme Yochai Benkler dubs it 'the wealth of networks." Howard Rheingold's term is "smart mobs." It's the idea of technology-enabled collaboration … and it's making us all smarter.

The open-source movement embodies this spirit of collaboration.
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Confessions of an Aca/Fan: Archives: Sharing Notes about Collective Intelligence

Confessions of an Aca/Fan: Archives: Sharing Notes about Collective Intelligence | Collective intelligence 2.0 | Scoop.it

In the past, I have drawn a distinction between collective intelligence (based on the work of Pierre Levy) and "the Wisdom of the Crowds" model (proposed by James Surowiecki). The first is based on a model of deliberation in which diverse groups of people consciously compare notes and work through problems together. The second is based on a model of aggregation as individual decisions made autonomously get collected and mapped through some technology. The Horizon report makes a similar distinction:

"Two new forms of information stores are being created in real time by thousands of people in the course of their daily activities, some explicitly collaborating to create collective knowledge stores like the Wikipedia and Freebase, some contributing implicitly through the patterns of their choices and action....Explicit knowledge stores refine knowledge through contributions of thousands of authors; implicit stores allow the discovery of entirely new knowledge by capturing trillions of key clicks and decisions as people use the network in the course of their everyday lives."
Both forms, the report notes, have educational implications:
"Sources of explicit collective intelligence provide opportunities for research and self-study and give students a chance to practice the construction of knowledge -- they can contribute as well as consume....Implicit collective intelligence is already revealing a great deal about everyday patterns of activity based on programs that mine datasets of information from huge numbers of human actions."

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Les 7 apports des activités collectives dans une formation à distance

Les 7 apports des activités collectives dans une formation à distance | Collective intelligence 2.0 | Scoop.it
Blog du DU Formateur en réseau / NetTrainers...

A travers nos pratiques, nous avons identifié sept apports résultant de la mise en œuvre d’activités collectives dans une formation en réseau. Bien évidemment, ces apports sont plus ou moins effectifs ou visibles selon les conditions de mise en œuvre de ces activités collectives.

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How do We form Tribes of Greatness?

How do We form Tribes of Greatness? | Collective intelligence 2.0 | Scoop.it

I’ve just returned from a two-day workshop sponsored by Agile Boston called The Core Protocols BOOTCAMP. The purpose was to go through an immersive experiential learning process to understand the fundamental mechanics and dynamics of forming GREAT TEAMS. Specifics included:
Results-oriented behaviors
How to enter a state of shared vision with a team and stay there
How to create trust on a team
How to stay rational and healthy
How to make team decisions effectively
How to move quickly and with high quality towards the team’s goals
The course was facilitated by an amazing couple, Jim and Michele McCarthy, authors of the book Software For Your Head.

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Amazon.com: Participative Web And User-Created Content: Web 2.0 Wikis and Social Networking (9789264037465): OECD Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development: Books

Participative Web And User-Created Content: Web 2.0 Wikis and Social Networking

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mooc - levy

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Pierre Levy: The IEML Philosophy

Overview

The human species can be defined by its special ability to manipulate symbols. Each great augmentation in this ability has brought enormous economic, social, political, religious, epistemological, educational (and so on) changes.

(Via Stephen Downes)

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Le soft power à la française - Slate.fr

Le soft power à la française - Slate.fr | Collective intelligence 2.0 | Scoop.it
Le soft power à la françaiseSlate.frLe soft power, méthode douce des relations internationales, c'est la capacité d'un pays à élargir son pouvoir d'attraction, et à dominer les échanges mondiaux en employant des outils non-coercitifs, dont l'action...
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HPCatalyst |Showcase: The New Learner & The Global Collaboratory

HPCatalyst |Showcase: The New Learner & The Global Collaboratory | Collective intelligence 2.0 | Scoop.it

How do we prepare students to thrive in the global society of the 21st century? Reach The World’s (RTW) programs always aim to do just that. In this particular project, RTW focuses on fostering collaboration between marginalized secondary students and volunteers traveling in study abroad programs; and between pre-service teachers and in-service teachers. The significance in applying the RTW approach to The Rafael Hernandez Dual Language School in the Bronx is the nurturing it provides to at-risk, bilingual students, engaging them to respect and promote cultural diversity. Partnering with the school will be volunteers from the Communication, Computing and Technology in Education Department at Teachers College, Columbia University; and the U.S. Department of State’s Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program.

 

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6 Tips for Open Collaboration

6 Tips for Open Collaboration | Collective intelligence 2.0 | Scoop.it
[This is a crosspost from Alpha Lo's blog, Open Collaboration. Though he had a much catchier title for the post ("What I Learned From Venessa Miemis" - ha), I thought he did a great job listing som...
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Superhero School: An Epicenter for Disruptive Innovation

Superhero School: An Epicenter for Disruptive Innovation | Collective intelligence 2.0 | Scoop.it
superhero school. center for disruptive innovation. continuous learning zone. collective intelligence. live/work startup incubator. community center. hackerspace. makerlab. autonomous zone. permaculture and sustainable food production. cooperatively owned communications infrastructure. resilience. r&d lab. a place for creative troublemakers. hudson valley. i want this to exist.
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Robert Scoble On Online Curation

Increasingly, curation is becoming an important participation/collaboration skill for digital citizens. I interviewed Robert Scoble, one of the most prolific...
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Cameron Sinclair on open-source architecture | Video on TED.com

Cameron Sinclair demonstrates how passionate designers and architects can respond to world housing crises. DISPONSIBLE EN FRANCAIS-SOUS-TITRES

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Les nouvelles expériences de Sugata Mitra dans l'auto-apprentissage

Les nouvelles expériences de Sugata Mitra dans l'auto-apprentissage | Collective intelligence 2.0 | Scoop.it

Les nouvelles expériences de Sugata Mitra dans l'auto-apprentissage (sous titres en francis)

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