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No one can have failed to have noticed the impact that the Social Web has had on all spheres of personal life ..
My top §00 tools initiative has shown how it is changing the way we learn …2011 1m views 2012 600K Kleiner Perkins Caulfield Byers Internet Trends 2.5 m2013 – just over 100K since beginning of October
list is dominated by free online social tools
don’t use Twitter to learn how to be a doctor, but use Twitter to be a good doctor
This is the Workplace Learning Revolution
Just as the Social Wbe has changed learning – its also changing the workplace
Deloitte predicts that by the end of 2013 more than 90% of Fortune 500 companies will have partially or fully implemented an ESN. Manyvoltuntarily adopted – others implemented top down
It means supporting the new sk
what it means to share, why what, when and HOWnot just the technology.
its much more than sharingbut working together to get things done
to be a valuable node we need to have things useful to share and this
Learning pre- post communities, support – develop conversation in tradtiional traininghowever, tend to be tacked on – and separate from content –so not often used - this leads to forcing conversation – faux interactions
how can we track/manage this – why would you want to?activity =/= learning
use the very same system for onboading they will be using in work life
To do all this – need to have the skills yourselves
1 Twitter 2 Google Drive/Docs
3 YouTube 4 Google Search 5 PowerPoint 6 Evernote 7 Dropbox 8 Wordpress Blogging/website tool 9 Facebook Social network 10 Google+/Hangouts . Social network and micro-blogging service Office tools & file storage SAME 1 1 Video sharing site Web search engine Presentation software SAME 3 6 Productivity tool File storage and synchronization service 1 3 SAME Social network/ video meetings 7
1. Free online social tools
dominate the list 2. Increasing consumerization of IT and Learning 3. Learning, working and personal tools are merging 4. Personal and professional learning is under the control of the individual
ask and answer questions of
each other exchange resources, ideas and experiences brainstorm and solve problems together keep up to date with what their colleagues are doing learn from each other – often without even realising it 8
“25% of doctors use social
media daily to scan or explore new medical information. Social media never will replace traditional means of research and learning … it’s an additional — and valuable — channel that can add to a physician’s knowledge base.” Journal of Medical Internet Research 9
The social learning revolution is
… workplace … that we now have the tools to make it an even more powerful experience, and it has changed the way many prefer to learn; individuals now have the tools to solve their own learning and performance problems 19
Member profiling Private messaging Notifications
Group spaces within the network Sharing of resources Sharing links Sharing files Polls and surveys Content creation tools Internal and external networks Activity stream Real-time updates Member commenting Threaded discussions Member liking 22