Buscar

juandon. Innovación y conocimiento

La búsqueda del conocimiento en una Sociedad de la Inteligencia

fecha

13 enero, 2015

Por qué debes encontrar un mentor

Comunicar el cambio, cambiar la comunicación

A table of cMOOCs – can you improve this?

Francesbell's Blog

During the course of a research study that Jenny Mackness and I are doing, we have been thinking about cMOOCs.  What have been the subjects and purposes of the various courses that might style themselves as cMOOCs?  Who does cMOOCs and why?

It’s difficult to say what a MOOC is – apart from it being a Massive Open Online Course..  Not all examples of MOOCs are Massive, they can see Open as being about open to join, open to the web, they are usually Online though participants may have local meetups, and they usually have some affinity with the idea of a Course, in that people may learn over a more less fixed period and a teacher might show up from time to time.  Dominik Lukes has come up with an undefinition of MOOC as family resemblance.

So if that’s what a MOOC isn’t, then what is…

Ver la entrada original 112 palabras más

A Guide to Developing Social Leadership

Julian Stodd's Learning Blog

The Social Leadership HandbookFormal authority is bestowed by the organisation: codified in position within a hierarchy. It’s the power and influence of last resort, backed up by “because i told you so“. Social authority, by contrast, is granted by the community, founded upon reputation forged through action. It’s consensual and contextual: you may have high social authority in one situation and next to none in another. The heart of the Social Leadership model lies in an understanding that, to be effective in the Social Age, you need both formal and social authority, and that organisations, up until now, have focussed almost exclusively on the former.

Why the change? Because our ecosystem has evolved: everything has changed. Indeed, everything will continue to change as the Social Age is defined by constant change. That’s a lot of change: which is why we need agility: the ability to do things differently each…

Ver la entrada original 431 palabras más

Blog de WordPress.com.

Subir ↑

A %d blogueros les gusta esto: