Transcript Crowd shaped: The future of online learning? 24/01/2013

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chat2lrn Welcome to #chat2lrn! Today’s discussion is about Crowd Sourced Learning http://t.co/k9q7ufBl 16:00:05
stipton @megbertapelle Thought you’d like that 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:00:10
kategraham23 @StephanieDedhar Hi Stephanie, nice to have you along 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:00:19
lesleywprice RT @chat2lrn: Welcome to #chat2lrn! Today’s discussion is about Crowd Sourced Learning http://t.co/oUvTIumd #chat2lrn 16:00:26
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megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: Welcome to #chat2lrn! Today’s discussion is about Crowd Sourced Learning http://t.co/2eCk1cok #chat2lrn 16:00:32
JudithELS Please don’t ask me what crowdsourced learning is all about, as I’m here to find out! #chat2lrn 16:00:40
EGeeking RT @chat2lrn: Welcome to #chat2lrn! Today+B20s discussion is about Crowd Sourced Learning http://t.co/k9q7ufBl 16:00:41
npmaven Excited abt today’s #chat2lrn topic: Crowd-sourced Learning. Join us! #chat2lrn 16:00:41
kategraham23 @EGeeking Hi Bianca, nice to ‘see’ you! #chat2lrn 16:00:43
megbertapelle @stipton always love a happy dance 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:00:46
chat2lrn Q0) Please introduce yourself who are you, where are you, what do you do & what brings you here? #chat2lrn 16:00:53
LearnPatch RT @stipton: Same here! RT @lesleywprice:  joining in #chat2lrn in 5 mins. so apologies for Twitterstorm –  join us  topic is ‘Crowd sourced learning’ 16:00:55
StephanieDedhar @kategraham23 Hi Kate – I don’t make time for this as much as I should, but v interested in this topic #chat2lrn 16:01:04
megbertapelle Good morning everyone! 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:01:06
sparkandco @npmaven Hi Debra, nice to see you here #chat2lrn 16:01:07
lesleywprice @StephanieDedhar Hi Stephanie *waves* #chat2lrn 16:01:14
JudithELS RT @chat2lrn: Welcome to #chat2lrn! Today’s discussion is about Crowd Sourced Learning http://t.co/crAXWlqM #chat2lrn 16:01:15
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: Q0) Please introduce yourself who are you, where are you, what do you do & what brings you here? #chat2lrn 16:01:19
npmaven RT @chat2lrn: Q0) Please introduce yourself who are you, where are you, what do you do & what brings you here? #chat2lrn 16:01:25
sparkandco RT @chat2lrn: Q0) Please introduce yourself who are you, where are you, what do you do & what brings you here? #chat2lrn 16:01:27
tomspiglanin Hi all! Excited to talk about crowd sourced learning; great post by @kategraham23 !  #chat2lrn 16:01:32
LearnPatch A0 Martin, Bth, UK,  #chat2lrn 16:01:41
StephanieDedhar @lesleywprice Hi Lesley – long time no see. See you next week at LT? #chat2lrn 16:01:47
lesleywprice RT @chat2lrn: Q0) Please introduce yourself who are you, where are you, what do you do & what brings you here? #chat2lrn 16:01:50
JudithELS RT @chat2lrn: Q0) Please introduce yourself who are you, where are you, what do you do & what brings you here? #chat2lrn 16:01:55
megbertapelle Q0) Meg Bertapelle, Sr. Instructional Designer at Intuitive Surgical in Sunnyvale, CA – not so sunny today though… 🙂  #chat2lrn 16:02:03
megbertapelle RT @tomspiglanin: Hi all! Excited to talk about crowd sourced learning; great post by @kategraham23 ! < Agreed, thanks Kate! 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:02:17
npmaven Debra Beck, Wyoming-based adult educator focusing on nonprofit/board development. #chat2lrn 16:02:20
FionaQuigs Hi, I’m fiona and eLearning designer from Belfast, Northern Ireland, #chat2lrn 16:02:25
lesleywprice q0) hi folks…Lesley Price…work for @yourLPI based in W Midlands UK and really interested in crowd sourced learning!  #chat2lrn 16:02:35
stipton Shannon, Chicago L&D director – not sure where this topic will go but along for the ride! #chat2lrn #crowdsourcing 16:02:35
npmaven It’s been too long, Holly!  RT @sparkandco: @npmaven Hi Debra, nice to see you here #chat2lrn 16:02:35
tomspiglanin Tom Spiglanin from rainy Los Angeles – happy to join! #chat2lrn 16:02:46
mylearningworx Q0) We’re mylearningworx, crowd sourced learning start-up in snowy Berkshire! Needless to say v.interested in this topic #chat2lrn 16:02:48
StephanieDedhar Q0) Stephanie Dedhar, learning & performance consultant with BP. Looking forward to knowing more about crowdsourcing! #chat2lrn 16:02:50
FionaQuigs @npmaven Hi Debra, Good to see you here #chat2lrn 16:02:52
alc47 Q0 Nic Laycock – joining to hear opinion and experience re crowd-sourcing – buzz word  but reality?
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sparkandco Morning from the west coast of Canada – I’m an instructional designer etc. Here to learn more about crowdsourced learning #chat2lrn 16:02:59
JudithELS Hi everyone, Judith C-C from a very cold Warwickshire UK here needing to find out what crowd sourced learning is all about #chat2lrn 16:03:03
megbertapelle Q0) interested in talking benefits/pitfalls of crowd sourced learning – maybe we could use the idea? 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:03:13
LearnPatch Oops, forgot to introduce myself – run Learnpatch and do other L&D type things 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:03:20
EGeeking Q0 Bianca Woods, instructional designer/technologist out of Toronto, Canada… general learning geek #chat2lrn 16:03:20
kategraham23 Q0) Kate Graham, author of today’s blog post, also in snowy Berks 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:03:23
LearnPatch RT @megbertapelle: Q0) interested in talking benefits/pitfalls of crowd sourced learning – maybe we could use the idea? 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:03:25
AndreaMay1 A0) Andrea May VP Instruc Design @DasheThomson in Minneapolis Excited about crowd-sourcing chat today #chat2lrn 16:03:41
lesleywprice RT @StephanieDedhar:  Hi Lesley – long time no see. See you next week at LT? #chat2lrn < absolutely! 16:03:43
FionaQuigs RT @JudithELS: RT @chat2lrn: Q0) Please introduce yourself who are you, where are you, what do you do & what brings you here? #chat2lrn 16:03:58
CourtneyGendron Courtney Gendron, Safety & Training Manager for a propane non-profit org #chat2lrn 16:03:59
megbertapelle MT @mylearningworx: Q0) Were mylearningworx, crowd sourced learning start-up in snowy Berkshire! …v.interested in topic< awsm 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:04:04
AndreaMay1 @stephaniededhar Hello Stephanie. Glad you could join us today #chat2lrn 16:04:17
sparkandco @alc47 Hi Nic – interested to separate the buzz from the reality too #chat2lrn 16:04:21
lesleywprice @alc47 Hi Nic…glad you could make it 🙂  See you next week at LT #chat2lrn 16:04:37
FionaQuigs RT @kategraham23: Q0) Kate Graham, author of today’s blog post, also in snowy Berks 🙂 #chat2lrn >Great post and topic! 16:04:45
tmiket Mike Taylor Learning architect at American Electric Power in Columbus, Ohio  #chat2lrn 16:04:50
tomspiglanin @CourtneyGendron Welcome! #chat2lrn 16:04:51
sparkandco @CourtneyGendron Hi Courtney. Is this your first #chat2lrn? 16:04:55
JudithELS RT @kategraham23: Q0) Kate Graham, author of todays blog post, also in snowy Berks 🙂 <Good that you are here Kate! #chat2lrn 16:04:56
StephanieDedhar @fionaquigs Nice to see you too! #chat2lrn 16:04:58
lesleywprice @CourtneyGendron Hi Courtney….glad you could join us #chat2lrn 16:04:59
chat2lrn Q1) What experiences have you had of crowd sourcing, including learning? #chat2lrn 16:05:05
sparkandco @tmiket Hey Mike! #chat2lrn 16:05:06
AndreaMay1 @courtneygendron Hey there! Glad you could join us today! #chat2lrn 16:05:11
stipton Me 2. RT @megbertapelle: Q0) interested in talking benefits/pitfalls of crowd sourced learning – maybe we could use the idea? 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:05:12
LearnPatch RT @chat2lrn: Q1) What experiences have you had of crowd sourcing, including learning? #chat2lrn 16:05:14
megbertapelle @alc47 hi Nic! 🙂 yes, is the buzz worth it?  #chat2lrn 16:05:16
StephanieDedhar @AndreaMay1 Thanks Andrea, nice to be here for once #chat2lrn 16:05:19
sparkandco RT @chat2lrn: Q1) What experiences have you had of crowd sourcing, including learning? #chat2lrn 16:05:21
lesleywprice RT @chat2lrn: Q1) What experiences have you had of crowd sourcing, including learning? #chat2lrn 16:05:26
olliegardener Q0) Hi everyone. A bit distracted today, but will try to join in.. 🙂 Ollie Gardener – entrepreneur and cofounder of Noddlepod #chat2lrn 16:05:27
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: Q1) What experiences have you had of crowd sourcing, including learning? #chat2lrn 16:05:30
npmaven RT @chat2lrn: Q1) What experiences have you had of crowd sourcing, including learning? #chat2lrn 16:05:32
kategraham23 @JudithELS @FionaQuigs Thanks ladies! #chat2lrn 16:05:36
JudithELS RT @chat2lrn: Q1) What experiences have you had of crowd sourcing, including learning? #chat2lrn 16:05:45
CourtneyGendron @lesleywprice Yes. @AndreaMay1 recommended that I join 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:05:56
stipton RT @chat2lrn: Q1) What experiences have you had of crowd sourcing, including learning? #chat2lrn 16:05:58
tmiket @sparkandco Hi Holly!!!! Great to “see” you here! 😎 #chat2lrn 16:06:05
gihanw Gihan W from Oxford into Learning Projects in Healthcare. Interested in crowd sourced learning and technologies #chat2lrn 16:06:09
sparkandco My experiences have been more like tapping into my PLN #chat2lrn 16:06:15
tmiket RT @chat2lrn: Q1) What experiences have you had of crowd sourcing, including learning? #chat2lrn 16:06:20
alc47 @megbertapelle And do we have a common definition of crowd sourcing – or another word that gets misused? #chat2lrn 16:06:24
mylearningworx Q1) Our beta programme has already sourced really diverse learning content… #chat2lrn 16:06:25
megbertapelle Q1) Pinterest could be considered crowd sourcing, right? I just use it for crafting ideas and how-tos, but can be great #chat2lrn 16:06:26
mylearningworx Q1) We’ve crowd sourced material on everything from IT programming to oil painting! #chat2lrn 16:06:37
AndreaMay1 RT @chat2lrn: Q1) What experiences have you had of crowd sourcing, including learning? #chat2lrn 16:06:39
npmaven Q1) A challenge that drives me: informal learning netwk for state’s #nonprofit boards. A rocky road, to be sure.  #chat2lrn 16:06:40
JudithELS @olliegardener Hi there Ollie and Nic @alc47 too 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:06:47
stipton Q1) Well there’s always a crowd at the bar after a conference session discussing the learning that occured…does that count? #chat2lrn 16:06:51
sparkandco @gihanw Hi Gihan. #chat2lrn 16:06:51
EGeeking Q1 I do informal crowdsourcing for ideas/suggestions via Twitter these days. As far as learning goes, hooray for Youtube #Chat2lrn 16:06:51
lesleywprice a1) Not a lot TBH …that’s why I am here here to learn more!  #chat2lrn 16:06:51
lesleywprice Good point RT @alc47: @megbertapelle And do we have a common definition of crowd sourcing – or another word that gets misused? #chat2lrn 16:07:14
megbertapelle Q1) then there’s the gift-giving guide (GoogleDoc) that @JaneBozarth started around Christmas – that was cool 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:07:15
StephanieDedhar Q1) Does asking my Twitter network for answers/suggestions count as crowdsourcing? #chat2lrn 16:07:17
tomspiglanin Not learning or crowd, but shared instructional design and let community adjust/improve. Fast convergence on better design #chat2lrn 16:07:20
mylearningworx @megbertapelle Definitely agree Pinterest is a form of crowd sourcing #chat2lrn 16:07:23
alc47 Q1 Does asking research q’s on Twitter count as crowd-sourcing?
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tmiket Q1 Communities seem to fit ‘crowd sourcing’ to me…have learned much from those personally  #chat2lrn 16:07:38
stipton RT @megbertapelle: Q1) Pinterest could be considered crowd sourcing, right? use it for crafting ideas and how-tos, #chat2lrn <great example! 16:07:40
tomspiglanin MT @stipton: Q1) theres always crowd at bar after a conference session discussing the learning that occured…does that count? #chat2lrn 16:07:41
FionaQuigs Q1) Most of the eLearning programmes I design are crowd source – helps to check latest developents in a content area #chat2lrn 16:07:43
megbertapelle RT @sparkandco: My experiences have been more like tapping into my PLN < yes, that too, which is awesome! 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:07:46
tmiket @StephanieDedhar Yes I definitely think so!  #chat2lrn 16:08:03
lesleywprice RT @stipton: Q1) Well theres always a crowd at bar after a conf session discussing learning that occured does that count? <yes! #chat2lrn 16:08:04
kategraham23 @StephanieDedhar Counts in my book #chat2lrn 16:08:08
sparkandco RT @alc47: Q1 Does asking research q’s on Twitter count as crowd-sourcing?
#chat2lrn <it does in my books
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marklearns Q1) I explored the #openbadges course from http://t.co/IKZOMDyz, and of course, I regularly tap my PLN for expertise. #chat2lrn. 16:08:15
FionaQuigs RT @npmaven: Q1) A challenge that drives me: informal learning netwk for state’s #nonprofit boards. A rocky road, to be sure.  #chat2lrn 16:08:16
AndreaMay1 Q1) I’ve worked on several large ERP projects that crowd sourced content for training/doc purposes. #chat2lrn 16:08:22
mylearningworx RT @tmiket: Q1 Communities seem to fit ‘crowd sourcing’ to me…have learned much from those personally  #chat2lrn 16:08:23
LearnPatch A1) This Google doc on curation in learning http://t.co/yjWuwYIi which has led to this event  http://t.co/kQIdq6Ug #chat2lrn 16:08:25
stipton Q1) Had a question about Change Management on twitter in no less than 5 minutes had a crowd of peeps helping. #chat2lrn 16:08:36
npmaven Fantastic example in hi-ed context from peer. RT @mylearningworx: @megbertapelle Def agree Pinterest is a form of crowd sourcing #chat2lrn 16:08:39
tmiket @alc47 Yes, Nic it does at least to me #chat2lrn 16:08:39
AndreaMay1 RT @stipton: Q1) a crowd at the bar after a conference session discussing the learning that occured…does that count? #chat2lrn <Why not? 16:08:46
lesleywprice RT @alc47: Q1 Does asking research qs on Twitter count as crowd-sourcing? < I do that a lot #chat2lrn 16:08:49
StephanieDedhar @tmiket @kategraham23 Oh good – I’m not such a novice to this crowdsourcing lark as I thought then! #chat2lrn 16:08:52
marklearns Q1) I also completed the Stanford/Venture Lab MOOC on Designing a New Learning Environment #chat2lrn. 16:08:52
JudithELS Q1) Well, having read the pre-chat blog post, I think I may very well have experienced this, eg PLN, Pinsinterest … #chat2lrn 16:08:53
lesleywprice RT @LearnPatch: A1) This Google doc on curation in learning http://t.co/75n8N6yU which has led to this event  http://t.co/35xJtyJ9 #chat2lrn 16:08:58
mylearningworx RT @LearnPatch: A1) This Google doc on curation in learning http://t.co/yjWuwYIi which has led to this event  http://t.co/kQIdq6Ug #chat2lrn 16:09:04
tomspiglanin ASTD Instructional Design community on Yammer good at helping designers – save time too! #chat2lrn 16:09:12
FionaQuigs Q1) Lately I have been using scoopit as pre-traning work for eLearning design workshops #chat2lrn 16:09:13
megbertapelle MT @tomspiglanin: Not lrng or crowd, shared instrct. dzgn &let cmmty adjust/improve. Fast convergence on better dzgn < is lrng! #chat2lrn 16:09:15
npmaven Twitter rules. :)RT @stipton: Q1) Had Q about Change Management on twitter in no less than 5 minutes had a crowd of peeps helping. #chat2lrn 16:09:22
mylearningworx @tmiket @alc47 Us too – definitely counts! #chat2lrn 16:09:23
sparkandco I crowdsourced a guest blog post from @ryantracey – does that count? I wanted to learn about e-learning in Oz #chat2lrn 16:09:23
EGeeking Q1 Seriously, is there anything better these days than asking your Twitter network about a problem you’re trying to solve? #Chat2lrn 16:09:25
alc47 @tmiket So crowd sourcing is just a new buzz word for community? #chat2lrn 16:09:29
DrGeena How about crowd sourcing your audience, by surveying them to determine their needs? #chat2lrn 16:09:30
megbertapelle RT @tmiket: Q1 Communities seem to fit crowd sourcing to me…have learned much from those personally  #chat2lrn 16:09:35
JudithELS RT @tmiket: Q1 Communities seem to fit crowd sourcing to me…have learned much from those personally <Agree #chat2lrn 16:09:41
lesleywprice RT @stipton: Q1) Had a question about Change Management on twitter in no less than 5 minutes had a crowd of peeps helping. #chat2lrn 16:09:45
sparkandco RT @FionaQuigs: Q1) Lately I have been using scoopit as pre-traning work for eLearning design workshops #chat2lrn <me too 16:09:52
StephanieDedhar Does crowdsourcing have to be getting new responses to specific question? Or does searching existing content eg on YouTube count? #chat2lrn 16:09:58
npmaven Oh, need 2 explore.  RT @tomspiglanin: ASTD Instructional Design community on Yammer good at helping designers – save time too! #chat2lrn 16:10:06
mylearningworx Q1) Seems like lots of us aren’t sure what ‘counts’ but are actually crowd sourcing without really realising… #chat2lrn 16:10:11
JaneBozarth @megbertapelle And fun. Crowdsourced gift guide still available at https://t.co/PfPNeyCU #chat2lrn 16:10:15
lauraoverton RT @chat2lrn: Crowd shaped – the future of online learning? #chat2lrn Thurs 24/01 8.00PST/11.00EST/16.00GMT  http://t.co/wVqNDB86 16:10:15
JudithELS RT @FionaQuigs: Q1) Lately I have been using scoopit as pre-traning work for eLearning design workshops <Sounds interesting #chat2lrn 16:10:21
megbertapelle MT @marklearns: Q1)explored the #openbadges course frm http://t.co/R2S3rRaM, and of course, I regularly tap my PLN for expertise #chat2lrn 16:10:30
StephanieDedhar @EGeeking Nope! It’s replaced Google for me in lots of ways. #chat2lrn 16:10:32
lesleywprice RT @tomspiglanin: ASTD Instructional Design community on Yammer good at helping designers – save time too! #chat2lrn 16:10:37
stipton Q1) Google docs – three people working on one document together, got the revisions out in no time!  LOVE me some google docs! #chat2lrn 16:10:46
LearnPatch A1 Community can be the source – maybe a very good source eg focused on topic/area of expertise #chat2lrn 16:10:55
tmiket @alc47 Seems to me a rather ‘fuzzy’ term no? #chat2lrn 16:10:55
FionaQuigs @JudithELS yes and you can add discussions below each scoopt – some ppl have added queries which I then can answer in class #chat2lrn 16:11:05
amcunningham @FionaQuigs aha! not sure I’m following you on sccopit yet #chat2lrn 16:11:16
StephanieDedhar @mylearningworx I suspected that would be the case! #chat2lrn 16:11:20
chat2lrn Q2) What are the advantages/disadvantages of ‘democratising’ learning? #chat2lrn 16:11:26
megbertapelle RT @LearnPatch: A1) This Google doc on curation in learning http://t.co/i3Q4lXCl which has led to this event  http://t.co/z5TEaMwV #chat2lrn 16:11:29
sparkandco RT @chat2lrn: Q2) What are the advantages/disadvantages of ‘democratising’ learning? #chat2lrn 16:11:33
marklearns RT @drgeena: How about crowd sourcing your audience, by surveying them to determine their needs? #chat2lrn 16:11:35
LearnPatch RT @chat2lrn: Q2) What are the advantages/disadvantages of ‘democratising’ learning? #chat2lrn 16:11:43
JudithELS PRT @stipton: Q1) Google docs – three people working on one document together, got the revisions out in no time! <Yes, gr8 eg #chat2lrn 16:11:43
AndreaMay1 RT @stephaniededhar: Does crowdsourcing have to be new responses ? Or does searching existing content count? #chat2lrn <I think it would 16:11:47
FionaQuigs @amcunningham pretty basic – you probably know most of it 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:11:48
tmiket @stipton What you mean no email attachements? What a novel concept! 😉  #chat2lrn 16:11:49
npmaven RT @chat2lrn: Q2) What are the advantages/disadvantages of democratising learning? #chat2lrn 16:11:50
LisaAGoldstein RT @JaneBozarth: @megbertapelle And fun. Crowdsourced gift guide still available at https://t.co/HuR4wAX4 #chat2lrn 16:11:51
mylearningworx Q2) Main advantage is access for everyone, from the average Joe and small orgs as well as big corporates #chat2lrn 16:12:06
AndreaMay1 RT @chat2lrn: Q2) What are the advantages/disadvantages of ‘democratising’ learning? #chat2lrn 16:12:07
stipton @stephaniededhar To me Crowd Sourcing is 2 heads are better than one concept, but I’m sure others have different views.  #chat2lrn 16:12:08
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: Q2) What are the advantages/disadvantages of democratising learning? #chat2lrn 16:12:13
tomspiglanin RT @chat2lrn: Q2) What are the advantages/disadvantages of ‘democratising’ learning? #chat2lrn 16:12:14
EGeeking Q2 Advantage: broadening the scope of potential teachers #chat2lrn 16:12:14
alc47 Agree – need to understand what is discrete difference RT @tmiket: @alc47 Seems to me a rather fuzzy term no? #chat2lrn 16:12:18
JudithELS RT @FionaQuigs: and you can add discussions below each scoopt – some ppl have added queries which I then can answer in class <Ace! #chat2lrn 16:12:21
sparkandco RT @EGeeking: Q2 Advantage: broadening the scope of potential teachers #chat2lrn 16:12:25
kategraham23 Q2) Tom Kuhlmann phrased it really well when I interviewed him earlier this year: http://t.co/Z6V3JlJ0  #chat2lrn 16:12:26
stipton RT @chat2lrn: Q2) What are the advantages/disadvantages of democratising learning? #chat2lrn 16:12:35
LisaAGoldstein RT @stipton: Q1) Google docs <<<<< Great example! #chat2lrn 16:12:35
JudithELS RT @chat2lrn: Q2) What are the advantages/disadvantages of democratising learning? #chat2lrn 16:12:37
megbertapelle RT @JaneBozarth: @megbertapelle And fun. Crowdsourced gift guide still available at https://t.co/vD5u6zCL < it was! 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:12:38
marklearns RT @chat2lrn: Q2) What are the advantages/disadvantages of ‘democratising’ learning? #chat2lrn 16:12:40
LearnPatch A2 we all have a voice? Like the idea of that anyway 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:12:49
mylearningworx @StephanieDedhar It’s great to see it’s more accessible a concept than perhaps people think #chat2lrn 16:12:52
alc47 What does the Q mean? RT @chat2lrn: Q2) What are the advantages/disadvantages of democratising learning? #chat2lrn 16:12:54
megbertapelle RT @stipton: @stephaniededhar To me Crowd Sourcing is 2 heads r better than 1 concept, but Im sure others have different views #chat2lrn 16:13:02
npmaven Q2) Pro: instant access 2 many minds. Con: too many still out of process (fear/resist “technology”) #chat2lrn 16:13:04
mylearningworx Q2) Opportunity to leverage some professionally produced content that would never be available outside large orgs #chat2lrn 16:13:07
EGeeking Q2 Disadvantage: no guarantee that that learning that’s out there has been vetted for accuracy #chat2lrn 16:13:11
sparkandco RT @npmaven: Q2) Pro: instant access 2 many minds. Con: too many still out of process (fear/resist “technology”) #chat2lrn 16:13:12
stellacollins q0) interested in finding out exactly what crowd sourced learning is – is this an example? #chat2lrn 16:13:12
megbertapelle RT @mylearningworx: Q2) Main advantage is access for everyone, from the average Joe and small orgs as well as big corporates #chat2lrn 16:13:22
FionaQuigs Q2) Adv – divergent thinking, Disadv – need to filter quality and be sure of your sources – a skill to be learned #chat2lrn 16:13:25
tomspiglanin A2) democratised work has potential to be better and faster to results #chat2lrn 16:13:36
sparkandco RT @FionaQuigs: Q2) Adv – divergent thinking, Disadv – need to filter quality and be sure of your sources – a skill to be learned #chat2lrn 16:13:37
LearnPatch @stellacollins hi Stella – guess it is! #chat2lrn 16:13:38
FionaQuigs RT @mylearningworx: @StephanieDedhar It’s great to see it’s more accessible a concept than perhaps people think #chat2lrn >Yes and its fun! 16:14:00
tomspiglanin RT @FionaQuigs: Q2) Adv – divergent thinking, Disadv – need to filter quality and be sure of your sources – a skill to be learned #chat2lrn 16:14:01
stipton Q2)  I can make decisions faster & quicker if “democratising” is not required. I guess question is, are they the best decisions. #chat2lrn 16:14:02
StephanieDedhar @stellacollins Yes! I think the numerous answers to ‘what is crowdsourcing’ in this chat counts as crowdsourcing #chat2lrn 16:14:03
EGeeking RT @FionaQuigs: Q2) Adv – divergent thinking, Disadv – need to filter quality and be sure of your sources – a skill to be learned #chat2lrn 16:14:05
tmiket @marklearns More voices, view points? Read recent article that diversity trumps intelligence #chat2lrn 16:14:07
mylearningworx RT @EGeeking: Q2 Advantage: broadening the scope of potential teachers #chat2lrn > Access to more great minds! 16:14:24
lesleywprice RT @kategraham23: Q2) Tom Kuhlmann phrased it really well when I interviewed him earlier this year: http://t.co/h5AaIiwy  #chat2lrn 16:14:30
CHopeMurray A1) I have used the Amazon Turk to crowdsource effort, but more commonly use Quora to get answers #chat2lrn #chat2lrn 16:14:32
StephanieDedhar @mylearningworx So often the way: the word sounds daunting but it’s just a new label for something we’ve been doing for a while #chat2lrn 16:14:33
stipton Why yes it is. 🙂 RT @stellacollins: q0) interested in finding out exactly what crowd sourced learning is – is this an example? #chat2lrn 16:14:34
FionaQuigs RT @kategraham23: Q2) Tom Kuhlmann phrased it really well when I interviewed him earlier this year: http://t.co/Z6V3JlJ0  #chat2lrn 16:14:35
megbertapelle Q2) I worry about getting quality materials (say inside enterprise), & they become misleading – or just not useful & clutter #chat2lrn 16:14:37
stellacollins oops – forgot introduction – run Brain Friendly Learning Group and Stellar Learning – transforming training #chat2lrn 16:14:43
tomspiglanin RT @npmaven: Q2) Pro: instant access 2 many minds. Con: too many still out of process (fear/resist “technology”) #chat2lrn 16:14:49
AndreaMay1 A2) Ad: More content in less time, many viewpoints DisAd: Consistency and quality, managing the “crowd” #chat2lrn 16:14:55
stipton Srsly. RT @tmiket: @stipton What you mean no email attachements? What a novel concept! 😉  #chat2lrn 16:15:00
mylearningworx RT @LearnPatch: A2 we all have a voice? Like the idea of that anyway 🙂 #chat2lrn > Us too – everyone has something they can share! 16:15:01
tmiket @stipton Decision making will always be critical skill..the crowd gives more info to use/consider  #chat2lrn 16:15:03
olliegardener q2) to me crowdsourcing is about “outsourcing” a task or Q 2 a community. A crowd can indeed be wise – given the right conditions! #chat2lrn 16:15:04
JudithELS RT @tomspiglanin: A2) democratised work has potential to be better and faster to results <plus available to all? #chat2lrn 16:15:12
lauraoverton A1) – had great face to face experience of crowdsourcing solutions to L&D challenges at #OEB12 last year http://t.co/3mljJjn6 #chat2lrn 16:15:17
StephanieDedhar Q2) A wider range of viewpoints is a plus. The risk, I suppose, is ensuring they come from a trusted/reliable group. #chat2lrn 16:15:18
mylearningworx @StephanieDedhar We just love our labels in learning don’t we 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:15:20
FionaQuigs Q2) Curation/crowd sourcing can be quick, but needs proper time to ensure quality. #chat2lrn 16:15:30
kategraham23 RT @npmaven: Q2) Pro: instant access 2 many minds. Con: too many still out of process (fear/resist “technology”) #chat2lrn 16:15:31
npmaven RT @mylearningworx: RT @LearnPatch: A2 we all have a voice? Like the idea of that anyway > Us too everyone has something 2 share! #chat2lrn 16:15:43
megbertapelle RT @mylearningworx: RT @EGeeking: Q2 Advantage: broadening the scope of potential teachers #chat2lrn > Access to more great minds! #chat2lrn 16:15:49
LearnPatch A2 – can help people feel they have something to share – prompt them with a purpose of helping others learn. Maybe. #chat2lrn 16:15:53
StephanieDedhar Q2) There’s a morale thing too. It’s nice to feel you’re offering advice/expertise or even just opinion.  #chat2lrn 16:15:58
lesleywprice a2) people can share tacit knowledge…in an org that very often disappears when peeps leave  #chat2lrn 16:16:03
npmaven RT @StephanieDedhar: Q2)wider range of viewpoints a plus. The risk, I suppose, ensuring they come from a trusted/reliable group. #chat2lrn 16:16:05
stipton @tmiket Recently I’ve had the pleasure of being part of committee that supported and gave input to another committee.  #overkill? #chat2lrn 16:16:12
mylearningworx @EGeeking Q2) Validation of content is probably the number one concern we’ve come across #chat2lrn 16:16:12
CHopeMurray A2) advantages – encourages transparency, open mindedness, recognition that thought and ideas are better shared than hidden #chat2lrn 16:16:13
alc47 Absolutely agree – what’s new?RT @mylearningworx So often the way: sounds daunting just new label for what weve been doing  #chat2lrn 16:16:27
LisaAGoldstein RT @kategraham23: Q2) Tom Kuhlmann phrased it really well when I interviewed him earlier this year: http://t.co/7cmrced0  #chat2lrn 16:16:29
kategraham23 @stellacollins Definitely Stella! (hi by the way!) #chat2lrn 16:16:32
DrGeena Things move way to fast not to crowd source, way 2 difficult to know all you need to know, so crowd sourcing makes sense, right? #chat2lrn 16:16:33
npmaven RT @LearnPatch: A2 – can help people feel they have something to share – prompt them w/a purpose of helping others learn. Maybe. #chat2lrn 16:16:35
JudithELS Excellent point> RT @FionaQuigs: Q2) Curation/crowd sourcing can be quick, but needs proper time to ensure quality. #chat2lrn 16:16:36
AndreaMay1 @stellacollins Hello Stella. Glad you could join us! You could say we are crowd sourcing today. Wikipedia is a prime example of CS #chat2lrn 16:16:40
marklearns Q2) Food for thought: From whose perspective are we asking that question? Businesses and others might give different answers. #chat2lrn 16:16:46
FionaQuigs MT @LearnPatch: A2 – helps us have something to share – prompt them with a purpose of helping others learn. Maybe. #chat2lrn >love this! 16:16:49
olliegardener q2) crowdsourcing can give a new perspective to a Q and certainly scale in doing a task, but isnt for every Q or task 😉  #chat2lrn 16:16:50
EGeeking RT @StephanieDedhar: Q2) There’s a morale thing too. It’s nice to feel you’re offering advice/expertise or even just opinion.  #chat2lrn 16:16:54
lesleywprice a2) what about disadvantages…??? #chat2lrn 16:16:57
LearnPatch @npmaven that is a firm belief of mine – doing it through learning is v positive #chat2lrn 16:16:58
lauraoverton A2) – advantages – fresh perspectives, alternative solutions, innovation , disadvantages – finding time to act on them! #chat2lrn 16:17:08
stellacollins q2) advantage – people learn what they need/ want 2 learn rather than what someone wants 2 teach – brain friendly and democratised #chat2lrn 16:17:10
tmiket Seems that to be good at crowdsourcing requires ability to filter out the ‘junk’ & know what ‘s good #chat2lrn 16:17:13
JD_Dillon Checking in mid-discussion as I multitask …  #chat2lrn 16:17:14
mylearningworx @CHopeMurray Quora’s great, we use it a lot! #chat2lrn 16:17:19
stipton RT @judithels: Excellent point> RT @FionaQuigs: Q2) Curation/crowd sourcing can be quick, but needs proper time to ensure quality. #chat2lrn 16:17:20
FionaQuigs @olliegardener good point Ollie – sometimes a “new” thing can be overused. #chat2lrn 16:17:30
npmaven Love this.  RT @LearnPatch: @npmaven that is a firm belief of mine – doing it through learning is v positive #chat2lrn 16:17:31
chat2lrn Q3) How could crowd sourced learning be used in your organisation? #chat2lrn 16:17:32
tmiket @stipton That makes my head hurt just thinking of it. 😎 #chat2lrn 16:17:33
sparkandco RT @chat2lrn: Q3) How could crowd sourced learning be used in your organisation? #chat2lrn 16:17:42
StephanieDedhar @mylearningworx @egeeking Funny that most ppl take Twitter with pinch of salt but many ppl assume Wikipedia is accurate… #chat2lrn 16:17:45
olliegardener RT @tmiket: Seems that to be good at crowdsourcing requires ability to filter out the junk & know what s good #chat2lrn 16:17:46
CHopeMurray A2) advantages – wider net for related information, variations due to culture, and alacrity #chat2lrn 16:17:49
FionaQuigs RT @chat2lrn: Q3) How could crowd sourced learning be used in your organisation? #chat2lrn 16:17:54
megbertapelle MT @olliegardener: q2) crowdsrcg can give new perspective …&crtnly scale in doing a task, but isnt for every Q or task 😉  #chat2lrn 16:17:59
lesleywprice RT @chat2lrn: Q3) How could crowd sourced learning be used in your organisation? #chat2lrn 16:18:00
tomspiglanin COOL! Wondered if you could join today! Need your take on this! RT @JD_Dillon: Checking in mid-discussion as I multitask …  #chat2lrn 16:18:01
npmaven A goal for 2013: Explore Quora in greater depth.  RT @mylearningworx: @CHopeMurray Quoras great, we use it a lot! #chat2lrn 16:18:03
stipton totally true story. RT @tmiket: @stipton That makes my head hurt just thinking of it. 😎 #chat2lrn 16:18:05
StephanieDedhar RT @tmiket: Seems that to be good at crowdsourcing requires ability to filter out the junk & know what s good #chat2lrn 16:18:06
mylearningworx RT @StephanieDedhar: Q2) There’s a morale thing too. It’s nice to feel you’re offering advice/expertise or even just opinion.  #chat2lrn +1 16:18:09
AndreaMay1 RT @mylearningworx: @CHopeMurray Quora’s great, we use it a lot! #chat2lrn <Love Quora! 16:18:10
npmaven RT @chat2lrn: Q3) How could crowd sourced learning be used in your organisation? #chat2lrn 16:18:12
megbertapelle RT @mylearningworx: @EGeeking Q2) Validation of content is probably the number one concern weve come across #chat2lrn 16:18:23
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: Q3) How could crowd sourced learning be used in your organisation? #chat2lrn 16:18:38
CHopeMurray @mylearningworx what I like about Quora is I go with a question but it is already being answered (ie continuous input) #chat2lrn 16:18:43
LisaAGoldstein Q3) A collaboration tool, perhaps SharePoint, Yammer, etc… #chat2lrn 16:18:43
stipton RT @lesleywprice: a2) what about disadvantages…??? #chat2lrn < Overkill.  The “final” is never “final” 16:18:44
mylearningworx @EGeeking Yes, it comes back to what we guess @CraigTaylor74 would put under the heading of ‘digital literacies’ #chat2lrn 16:18:49
StephanieDedhar Gosh, I’d forgotten how fast this moves. I’m out of practice. Sorry if I’m not replying to comments directed at me – losing track! #chat2lrn 16:18:53
lesleywprice a3) sharing tacit knowledge….so often you don’t know what you don’t know #chat2lrn 16:18:55
marklearns Q2) Orgs may perceive crowdsourcing/democratization as a loss/relinquishment of power from their hands. #chat2lrn 16:19:10
stipton RT @chat2lrn: Q3) How could crowd sourced learning be used in your organisation? #chat2lrn 16:19:11
DrGeena RT @lesleywprice: a3) sharing tacit knowledge….so often you don’t know what you don’t know #chat2lrn 16:19:16
JudithELS RT @chat2lrn: Q3) How could crowd sourced learning be used in your organisation? #chat2lrn 16:19:17
mylearningworx @CHopeMurray It’s a brilliant resource and undervalued in our opionion #Quora #Chat2lrn 16:19:21
Dave_Ferguson -@tmiket That’s a useful skill in many areas besides crowdsourcing, trust me. #chat2lrn 16:19:24
sparkandco Q3 – I’m interested in looking at something like wattpad for orgs…#chat2lrn. Instead of asking or searching, getting feedback. 16:19:24
tomspiglanin In my wrkplc, many would not participate SO need to engage what small crowds I can, support grows with demonstrated results #chat2lrn 16:19:25
alc47 @chat2lrn Not got a clear definition yet – what is “it” – so far seems just like status quo – sharing #chat2lrn 16:19:29
npmaven Q3) For my “nonprofit board community” goal: sharing resources, advice, group problem-solving, learning ownership #chat2lrn 16:19:29
AndreaMay1 RT @lesleywprice: a3) sharing tacit knowledge….so often you don’t know what you don’t know #chat2lrn <YES!! 16:19:29
FionaQuigs Q3 ) Could be used for gathering requirements – ask ppl to find types of content they are interested in and serves dual purpose. #chat2lrn 16:19:38
lesleywprice @StephanieDedhar It is very fast this week Stephanie! I am struggling and I am used to it! #chat2lrn 16:19:39
LearnPatch A2 does benefit of unearthing new learning insight outweigh the reliability/time consuming issues? #chat2lrn 16:19:39
kategraham23 Q3) For a start up or small organisation it’s ideal, gives us access without huge overheads or commitments #chat2lrn 16:19:44
LearnPatch RT @chat2lrn: Q3) How could crowd sourced learning be used in your organisation? #chat2lrn 16:19:46
stellacollins a2) treats people like adults who know what’s good for them – rather than patriarchal/ matriarchal / nanny system #chat2lrn 16:19:47
CHopeMurray a2) Disadvantages – needs skilled facilitator/educator that understands social interactions and nuances of the conversation
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StephanieDedhar Q3) I think we’re using it with The Hub – internal video sharing site for sharing best practice/stories/learning peer-to-peer #chat2lrn 16:19:54
npmaven Oh, yes…. RT @lesleywprice: a3) sharing tacit knowledge….so often you dont know what you dont know #chat2lrn 16:19:59
mylearningworx Q3) Need to think about how to crowd source from *within* your company – break down internal silos and share best practice #chat2lrn 16:20:03
JudithELS RT @lesleywprice: a3) sharing tacit knowledge….so often you dont know what you dont know <one thing leads to another #chat2lrn 16:20:06
FionaQuigs @alc47 @chat2lrn what do you think it is Nic? #chat2lrn 16:20:11
gihanw A3) Crowd sourced dedicated space / App a good idea for an organisation? #chat2lrn 16:20:13
megbertapelle RT @marklearns: Q2) Orgs may perceive crowdsourcing/democratization as a loss/relinquishment of power from their hands. #chat2lrn 16:20:23
stellacollins RT @stephaniededhar: Gosh, I’d forgotten how fast this moves. Sorry if I’m not replying to comments directed at me –  #chat2lrn << me too 16:20:23
StephanieDedhar @lesleywprice Good, glad it’s not just me! #chat2lrn 16:20:28
stipton Q3) I’m not an active G+ user, but I can see where google hang-outs could be a good opp & I like Skype to bring a group together. #chat2lrn 16:20:33
mylearningworx @npmaven @CHopeMurray Do it, you won’t be sorry! #Quora #Chat2lrn 16:20:38
marklearns RT @chopemurray: a2) Disadvantages – needs skilled facilitator/educator that understands social interactions/nuances of the conv  #chat2lrn 16:20:38
npmaven RT @tomspiglanin: In my wrkplc, many wd not partic; need to engage small crowds I can, support grows with demonstrated results #chat2lrn 16:20:50
olliegardener @alc47 Crowdsourcing to me is “out”-sourcing a task/Q to a “crowd”. It is not the same as sharing, or even social learning.  #chat2lrn 16:20:52
LisaAGoldstein RT @CHopeMurray: a2) Disadvantages – req skilled facilitator that understands social interactions and nuances of the conversation #chat2lrn 16:20:53
sparkandco RT @alc47: @chat2lrn Not a clear definition yet – what is “it” – so far seems like status quo – sharing #chat2lrn <do you have a definition? 16:20:55
LearnPatch A3 I’m an organisation of one – I crowdsource my learning all the time. Up to me to work out reliability of sources! #chat2lrn 16:20:57
stellacollins q2) disadvantage – may need to teach people to recognise valuable content #chat2lrn 16:21:09
AndreaMay1 Q3) One way we use it know is a company wiki site – anyone can modify/tweak processes and procedures #chat2lrn 16:21:14
megbertapelle Q3) for example: sales force could share best practices for particular sales situations/customers – need a “place” for that #chat2lrn 16:21:16
sparkandco RT @AndreaMay1: Q3) One way we use it know is a company wiki site – anyone can modify/tweak processes and procedures #chat2lrn 16:21:25
StephanieDedhar @egeeking @mylearningworx Agreed – but suspect parents/teachers still need to caution students against believing it as gospel! #chat2lrn 16:21:29
npmaven @mylearningworx Esp. since I actually have #Quora followers! Pressure… 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:21:33
megbertapelle RT @LearnPatch: A3 Im an organisation of one – I crowdsource my lrng all the time. Up to me to work out reliability of sources! #chat2lrn 16:21:36
JudithELS PRT @stipton: Q3) Im not an active G+ user, but I can see where google hang-outs could be a good opp <me too but yet to try! #chat2lrn 16:21:47
alc47 A jargon word for what we’ve been doing for ages – involving others to improve answerRT @FionaQuigs:  what do you think it is Nic? #chat2lrn 16:21:49
LearnPatch @CHopeMurray ask and you will find out.! that’s a great point #chat2lrn 16:21:51
tmiket @Dave_Ferguson Yes absolutely #chat2lrn 16:21:53
stipton Q3) it gives an organization an opportunity to hear voices that would have never had a chance to be included.  #chat2lrn 16:21:59
FionaQuigs MT @marklearns: Q2) may perceive crowd/democratization as a loss/relinquishment of power. #chat2lrn >yes some clients can see it as “lazy” 16:22:01
lauraoverton q3) – use to understand challenges and insights from particular audiences before designing new learning solutions #chat2lrn 16:22:16
kategraham23 @alc47 I think “it” is sharing, but creating a tangible output either as a group OR creating something then sharing it with others #chat2lrn 16:22:16
npmaven RT @sparkandco: RT @AndreaMay1: Q3) One way we use it know is a company wiki site: anyone can modify/tweak processes & procedures #chat2lrn 16:22:16
megbertapelle Q3) or slsppl/employees could just help each other with challenges (like many of us have done via Twitter or Skype) #chat2lrn 16:22:18
JudithELS RT @AndreaMay1: Q3) One way we use it know is a company wiki site – anyone can modify/tweak processes and procedures <Good eg. #chat2lrn 16:22:30
CHopeMurray a2) disadvantages – pace of learning and keeping pupils within range of each other #chat2lrn 16:22:31
marklearns Q3) Corporate onboarding, lessons learned/project post-mortems, change management, knowledge Xfer, succession planning #chat2lrn 16:22:45
lesleywprice RT @lauraoverton: q3) – use to understand challenges & insights from particular audiences before designing new learning solutions #chat2lrn 16:22:53
stipton @megbertapelle @LearnPatch Having conversations with me, myself and I? Crowd sourcing at it’s best.  #chat2lrn 16:23:00
StephanieDedhar @egeeking @mylearningworx How do you mean? They encourage students to use it as first port of call for research? #chat2lrn 16:23:03
FionaQuigs @alc47 I’d agree, And now we have a whole new set of tools to support the new jargon – maybe it is easier to share? #chat2lrn 16:23:07
JudithELS RT @lauraoverton: q3) use to understand challenges and insights from particular audiences before designing new learning solutions #chat2lrn 16:23:17
tmiket @JudithELS G+ is on my list of things to “figure out” #chat2lrn 16:23:19
chat2lrn Q4) How can we ensure good quality content is created by the crowd? #chat2lrn 16:23:20
lauraoverton q3) – we used with @charitylearning members to help share practical solutions to common implementation problems #chat2lrn 16:23:30
LisaAGoldstein @alc47 @FionaQuigs Is the difference about the technologies that are used? #chat2lrn 16:23:32
DrGeena RT @stellacollins: q2) disadvantage – may need to teach people to recognise valuable content.  yes- need to sift, & recrowd source #chat2lrn 16:23:39
lesleywprice RT @chat2lrn: Q4) How can we ensure good quality content is created by the crowd? #chat2lrn 16:23:43
sparkandco RT @tmiket: @JudithELS G+ is on my list of things to “figure out” #chat2lrn <me too. see the potential in it 16:23:47
olliegardener @kategraham23 @alc47 to call it “crowdsourcing” I’d say the question/task need to be defined first. Outsourcing it to the crowd.  #chat2lrn 16:23:47
tmiket RT @chat2lrn: Q4) How can we ensure good quality content is created by the crowd? #chat2lrn 16:23:48
marklearns RT @chat2lrn: Q4) How can we ensure good quality content is created by the crowd? #chat2lrn 16:23:48
JD_Dillon A3) My team curates organizational knowledge through a social wiki, provides virtual learning events for added sharing #chat2lrn 16:23:50
StephanieDedhar @egeeking @mylearningworx Ah okay. That’s not good either – almost a lazy rejection rather than taking time to filter/assess #chat2lrn 16:23:52
JD_Dillon RT @chat2lrn: Q4) How can we ensure good quality content is created by the crowd? #chat2lrn 16:23:55
sparkandco RT @chat2lrn: Q4) How can we ensure good quality content is created by the crowd? #chat2lrn 16:23:56
AndreaMay1 RT @chat2lrn: Q4) How can we ensure good quality content is created by the crowd? #chat2lrn 16:24:03
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: Q4) How can we ensure good quality content is created by the crowd? #chat2lrn 16:24:08
npmaven Many wiki scars from my online classes. Wd love to see it function as intended w/o “graded group work” trauma/drama #chat2lrn 16:24:08
stipton So true! PRT @alc47: A jargon word for what we’ve been doing for ages – involving others to improve answerRT #chat2lrn 16:24:09
LearnPatch A3 Crowdsourcing is about asking. It is a good thing to ask your org – what you get back might be surprising #chat2lrn 16:24:17
tomspiglanin RT @chat2lrn: Q4) How can we ensure good quality content is created by the crowd? #chat2lrn 16:24:19
alc47 @FionaQuigs The tools are not new – it is the jargon that is new – and that is going to confuse people ( like me!) #chat2lrn 16:24:22
npmaven RT @chat2lrn: Q4) How can we ensure good quality content is created by the crowd? #chat2lrn 16:24:24
gihanw LOl “@stipton: @megbertapelle @LearnPatch Having conversations with me, myself and I? Crowd sourcing at it’s best.  #chat2lrn” 16:24:25
lauraoverton RT @chat2lrn: Q4) How can we ensure good quality content is created by the crowd? #chat2lrn >ask good quality questions 16:24:27
tmiket Q4 Somebody needs to curate it…another new term for us (as if we needed more) #chat2lrn 16:24:29
stipton RT @chat2lrn: Q4) How can we ensure good quality content is created by the crowd? #chat2lrn 16:24:30
megbertapelle Q4) this is my most critical question… #chat2lrn 16:24:33
JudithELS @tmiket Glad I’m not the only one then who hasn’t got to grips with G+ yet: I’m in good company. #chat2lrn 16:24:37
kategraham23 Q3An example is @QAtraining who won a social learning award. Using internal platform to crowd source expertise – videos, blogs etc #chat2lrn 16:24:38
JD_Dillon A4) Trust the crowd to self-correct to a point, install a dedicated community manager/curator #chat2lrn 16:24:39
LearnPatch RT @npmaven: RT @chat2lrn: Q4) How can we ensure good quality content is created by the crowd? #chat2lrn 16:24:49
mylearningworx Q4) Share knowledge and best practice. That’s what we did with our #worxshop: http://t.co/kxBwkoHZ #chat2lrn 16:24:55
npmaven Q4) Include time to reflect, respond in learning, decision-making processes #chat2lrn 16:25:00
CHopeMurray @mylearningworx totally agree -one of the best places for references to great posts and articles #chat2lrn 16:25:04
stipton RT @jd_dillon: A3) My team curates org knowledge through a social wiki, provides virtual learning events for added sharing #chat2lrn <NICE 16:25:06
tomspiglanin A4) IMO, need to have someone with stake in outcome to ensure quality. Nothing like pride of ownership. #chat2lrn 16:25:10
sparkandco RT @tomspiglanin: A4) IMO, need to have someone with stake in outcome to ensure quality. Nothing like pride of ownership. #chat2lrn 16:25:16
stellacollins @jd_dillon a4) will the crowd decide for themselves by using it or ignoring it #chat2lrn 16:25:16
megbertapelle RT @JD_Dillon: A4) Trust the crowd to self-correct to a point, install a dedicated community manager/curator #chat2lrn 16:25:18
alc47 Q4 There is a body of experience that says that peer evaluation is rigourous and verification fast (sometimes brutal) #chat2lrn 16:25:18
LisaAGoldstein Q4) Crowd sourced editing? #chat2lrn 16:25:19
lesleywprice a4) to me that is the $64m question…there is good stuff out there but also LOTS of rubbish! #chat2lrn 16:25:21
StephanieDedhar Q4) Be specific and careful in phrasing the question, set parameters/expectations #chat2lrn 16:25:21
EGeeking RT @JD_Dillon: A4) Trust the crowd to self-correct to a point, install a dedicated community manager/curator #chat2lrn 16:25:25
mylearningworx Q4) We’re aiming to provide lots of free resources to help people get started – it’s really important #chat2lrn 16:25:27
FionaQuigs RT @alc47: Q4 There is a body of experience that says that peer evaluation is rigourous and verification fast (sometimes brutal) #chat2lrn 16:25:33
KellyPhillipsnc Q4) The crowd tends to filter the bad out naturally and share/promote the good. #chat2lrn 16:25:37
LisaAGoldstein RT @JD_Dillon: A4) Trust the crowd to self-correct to a point, install a dedicated community manager/curator #chat2lrn 16:25:37
LearnPatch A4 – we can’t. But we can take what we find and turn into something very valuable #chat2lrn 16:25:38
JudithELS RT @chat2lrn: Q4) How can we ensure good quality content is created by the crowd? #chat2lrn 16:25:38
stellacollins RT @tomspiglanin: A4) IMO, need to have someone with stake in outcome to ensure quality. Nothing like pride of ownership. #chat2lrn 16:25:41
LearnPatch RT @lauraoverton: RT @chat2lrn: Q4) How can we ensure good quality content is created by the crowd? #chat2lrn >ask good quality questions 16:25:46
mylearningworx Q4) Provide access to examples so the ‘crowd’ can see what good content looks like #chat2lrn 16:25:49
CourtneyGendron @JD_Dillon couldn’t agree more 🙂 A crowd that respects each other + an ID manager can bring it all together. #chat2lrn 16:25:54
LisaAGoldstein RT @stellacollins: @jd_dillon a4) will the crowd decide for themselves by using it or ignoring it #chat2lrn 16:25:56
AndreaMay1 RT @megbertapelle: Q4) this is my most critical question… #chat2lrn <<I agree. Need consistency wo/ tons of training on tools or process 16:26:00
tomspiglanin Hey, we’ve done that. RT @LisaAGoldstein: Q4) Crowd sourced editing? #chat2lrn 16:26:12
lesleywprice RT @mylearningworx: Q4) Provide access to examples so the ‘crowd’ can see what good content looks like #chat2lrn 16:26:14
megbertapelle RT @mylearningworx: Q4) We’re aiming to provide lots of free resources to help people get started – its really important #chat2lrn 16:26:24
stipton Q4) That is the catch isn’t it.  I try to include people from the different departments who may ultimately “touch” the learning. #chat2lrn 16:26:24
JudithELS Hear, hear> RT @lesleywprice: a4) to me that is the $64m question…there is good stuff out there but also LOTS of rubbish! #chat2lrn 16:26:24
LearnPatch RT @alc47: Q4 There is a body of experience that says that peer evaluation is rigourous and verification fast (sometimes brutal) #chat2lrn 16:26:25
kategraham23 @olliegardener @alc47 Depends if it’s a collaborative project OR you just need to learn something that someone else can provide #chat2lrn 16:26:27
npmaven RT @tomspiglanin: A4) IMO, need to have someone with stake in outcome to ensure quality. Nothing like pride of ownership. #chat2lrn 16:26:28
tmiket @JudithELS Likewise def gonna need some help on that #chat2lrn 16:26:29
FionaQuigs RT @JD_Dillon: A4) Trust the crowd to self-correct to a point, install a dedicated community manager/curator #chat2lrn 16:26:30
LisaAGoldstein RT @sparkandco: RT @tomspiglanin: A4) IMO need someone with stake in outcome to ensure quality. Nothing like pride of ownership. #chat2lrn 16:26:33
JD_Dillon @stellacollins I believe so, if you have the right people in your crowd of course. This is where ratings/likes/pluses can be handy #chat2lrn 16:26:34
sparkandco Q4 I think process is necessary to filter content #chat2lrn 16:26:38
lesleywprice RT @stellacollins: @jd_dillon a4) will the crowd decide for themselves by using it or ignoring it #chat2lrn 16:26:43
megbertapelle RT @mylearningworx: Q4) Provide access to examples so the ‘crowd’ can see what good content looks like #chat2lrn 16:26:48
CHopeMurray A4) build and identify quality networks and communities.  Open Source communities are a great example of groups built for purpose #chat2lrn 16:26:58
StephanieDedhar Q4) I’m not sure it’s that different from traditional research. If you read 10 books with diff views, you critically assess them #chat2lrn 16:27:01
lauraoverton MT @kategraham23:Q3 @QAtraining used internal platform to crowd source expertise – videos, blogs & won award for it #chat2lrn >great example 16:27:01
EGeeking Q4 When creating content, we should be brave enough to vet it with peers before sending it off into the world. #Chat2lrn 16:27:01
mylearningworx RT @KellyPhillipsnc: Q4) The crowd tends to filter the bad out naturally and share/promote the good. #chat2lrn 16:27:08
lesleywprice Agreed!  RT @tomspiglanin: A4) IMO need someone with stake in outcome to ensure quality. Nothing like pride of ownership. #chat2lrn 16:27:14
megbertapelle RT @LearnPatch: RT @alc47: Q4 There is a body of exprnc that says peer eval is rigourous & verification fast (sometimes brutal) #chat2lrn 16:27:19
stellacollins @fionaquigs but probably equal evidence to show crowds can follow because of ‘social proof’ rather than real thought #chat2lrn 16:27:28
AndreaMay1 Q4) Set standards and hold to them, but keep them as simple as possible #chat2lrn 16:27:28
eTrainingCourse Q4. The learners will sift out the good from the bad if the crowd sourced learning is easily accessible #chat2lrn 16:27:33
tmiket @EGeeking Yes!  #chat2lrn 16:27:34
KellyPhillipsnc RT @EGeeking: Q4 When creating content, we should be brave enough to vet it with peers before sending it off into the world. #Chat2lrn 16:27:42
stipton Q4) I think it’s ultimately a trust issue.  An organization that has trust in it’s people will trust it’s solutions.  #chat2lrn 16:27:53
JudithELS RT @mylearningworx: RT @KellyPhillipsnc: Q4) The crowd tends to filter the bad out naturally and share/promote the good <Agree #chat2lrn 16:28:09
mylearningworx Q4) User input and feedback so important here #chat2lrn 16:28:17
FionaQuigs @stellacollins yes – like the advertising game where we buy things we don’t yet know we need. Maybe learning is different? #chat2lrn 16:28:19
tmiket @megbertapelle I would rather know when it’s bad so I can fix it vs thinking it’s good & never changing #chat2lrn 16:28:19
JD_Dillon A4) Ensure the crowd has ways to provide immediate feedback on shared information, use will dictate usability  #chat2lrn 16:28:30
StephanieDedhar Q4) Pick the platform. Twitter you’ll get ‘off the top of my head’ thoughts. YouTube takes more time so *may* be more considered. #chat2lrn 16:28:33
LearnPatch A4 quality will improve if it becomes ‘a way of sourcing content’ – try, learn, model the behaviour, show successes #chat2lrn 16:28:34
npmaven RT @stipton: Q4) I think it’s ultimately a trust issue.  An organization that has trust in it’s people will trust its solutions.  #chat2lrn 16:28:37
AndreaMay1 RT @stipton: Q4) I think it’s a trust issue. An organization that has trust in it’s people will trust it’s solutions. #chat2lrn <Great point 16:28:39
stellacollins @jd_dillon how do you ‘judge’ that you have the right people in your crowd? #chat2lrn 16:28:45
sparkandco Q4 no one size fits all – different content, industries, orgs may need diff approach #chat2lrn 16:28:47
mylearningworx Q7) That interaction from learners – whether synchronous or asynchronous – builds the value of the crowd sourced approach #chat2lrn 16:28:52
npmaven RT @mylearningworx: Q4) User input and feedback so important here #chat2lrn 16:28:54
stipton Very true. RT @etrainingcourse: Q4. The learners will sift out good from bad if the crowd sourced learning is easily accessible #chat2lrn 16:29:00
megbertapelle RT @tmiket: @megbertapelle I would rather know when its bad so I can fix it vs thinking its good & never changing < EXACTLY #chat2lrn 16:29:00
kategraham23 @lauraoverton Thanks Laura and hi *waves* #chat2lrn 16:29:22
AndreaMay1 RT @sparkandco: Q4 no one size fits all – different content, industries, orgs may need diff approach #chat2lrn <Totally agree 16:29:30
mylearningworx RT @EGeeking: Q4 When creating content, we should be brave enough to vet it with peers before sending it off into the world. #Chat2lrn 16:29:34
CHopeMurray Open Source works like this RT @mylearningworx: RT @KellyPhillipsnc: Q4) crowd tends to filter the bad out + share/promote good. #chat2lrn 16:29:45
FionaQuigs Q4) If the “learning” crowd self-corrects then what about things like advertising – we can be influene to buy what we don’t need? #chat2lrn 16:29:51
alc47 Or send it out so world vets it?RT@EGeeking: creating content, be brave enough to vet with peers before sending into the world. #chat2lrn 16:29:51
mylearningworx RT @stipton: Q4) I think it’s ultimately a trust issue.  An organization that has trust in it’s people will trust it’s solutions.  #chat2lrn 16:29:53
stellacollins RT @tmiket: @megbertapelle I would rather know when it’s bad so I can fix it vs thinking it’s good & never changing #chat2lrn 16:30:09
kategraham23 @stipton So true, trust is so important #chat2lrn 16:30:16
tomspiglanin RT @JD_Dillon: A4) Ensure the crowd has ways to provide immediate feedback on shared information, use will dictate usability  #chat2lrn 16:30:29
StephanieDedhar RT @EGeeking: Q4 When creating content, we should be brave enough to vet it with peers before sending it off into the world. #chat2lrn 16:30:30
sparkandco Q4 I think we need to be careful on the quality side…could end up with mob mentality or bystander syndrome #chat2lrn 16:30:35
chat2lrn Q5) How can crowd sourced learning be validated (ie tested)? #chat2lrn 16:30:44
EGeeking @alc47 Except in situations where the “world” skews towards being unhelpful (see: 90% of YouTube comments) #chat2lrn 16:30:49
npmaven RT @chat2lrn: Q5) How can crowd sourced learning be validated (ie tested)? #chat2lrn 16:31:03
megbertapelle RT @mylearningworx: RT @EGeeking: Q4 When creating content, we shld b brave enough to vet it w/peers b4 sending it off into world #chat2lrn 16:31:03
LearnPatch RT @chat2lrn: Q5) How can crowd sourced learning be validated (ie tested)? #chat2lrn 16:31:05
FionaQuigs MT @sparkandco: Q4 we need to be careful on the quality side…could end up with mob mentality or bystander syndrome #chat2lrn >grp think? 16:31:06
mylearningworx Q4) Our authors are mostly planning to give at least some content away up front so learners can be sure it’s right for them #Chat2lrn 16:31:13
megbertapelle RT @sparkandco: Q4 I think we need to be careful on the quality side…could end up with mob mentality or bystander syndrome #chat2lrn 16:31:13
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: Q5) How can crowd sourced learning be validated (ie tested)? #chat2lrn 16:31:23
JudithELS Yes> RT @EGeeking: Q4 When creating content, we should be brave enough to vet it with peers before sending it off into the world. #chat2lrn 16:31:31
JudithELS RT @chat2lrn: Q5) How can crowd sourced learning be validated (ie tested)? #chat2lrn 16:31:46
tomspiglanin RT @chat2lrn: Q5) How can crowd sourced learning be validated (ie tested)? #chat2lrn 16:31:48
StephanieDedhar Taking a quick break….back soon  #chat2lrn 16:31:55
mylearningworx Q5) We’re excited about Mozilla’s #OpenBadges as part of the validation process: http://t.co/bwjm1MlG #chat2lrn 16:31:55
FionaQuigs RT @JudithELS: RT @chat2lrn: Q5) How can crowd sourced learning be validated (ie tested)? #chat2lrn 16:31:56
lesleywprice RT @chat2lrn: Q5) How can crowd sourced learning be validated (ie tested)? #chat2lrn 16:31:58
sparkandco RT @chat2lrn: Q5) How can crowd sourced learning be validated (ie tested)? #chat2lrn 16:32:05
CHopeMurray @FionaQuigs cant stop the purchase but can urge amplification of lack of quality, or advertising dissembling #chat2lrn 16:32:15
tmiket RT @chat2lrn: Q5) How can crowd sourced learning be validated (ie tested)? #chat2lrn 16:32:17
AndreaMay1 Agree! RT @sparkandco: Q4 We need to be careful on the quality side…could end up with mob mentality or bystander syndrome #chat2lrn 16:32:17
alc47 @EGeeking But BT Dare2Share had no rubbish comments among 1000’s of people – all looking after each other’s safety #chat2lrn 16:32:25
stipton RT @chat2lrn: Q5) How can crowd sourced learning be validated (ie tested)? #chat2lrn 16:32:27
mylearningworx Q5) Listened to @dajbelshaw at #weelearning last week, very inspiring session (slides here: http://t.co/Cy3C5UXU) #chat2lrn 16:32:28
stellacollins RT @mylearningworx: Q4) authors mostly planning to give some content away up front so learners can be sure it’s right for them #Chat2lrn 16:32:28
eTrainingCourse Q5 it should be validated by those who are trying to promote/distribute it. #chat2lrn 16:32:30
lesleywprice a5) think we could learn lessons from the ‘amazon’ approach…I would like to know what other peeps think #chat2lrn 16:32:49
JudithELS Q5) I’d vote for peer-review any day. #chat2lrn 16:32:52
FionaQuigs Q5) Like most research – trusted research from trusted orgs and individuals. Check beyond the narrative – look at sample sizes etc #chat2lrn 16:33:00
EGeeking Q5 Once again peers and the community. We’re actually pretty fabulous at helping each other out. #Chat2lrn 16:33:06
AndreaMay1 RT @chat2lrn: Q5) How can crowd sourced learning be validated (ie tested)? #chat2lrn 16:33:07
mylearningworx Q5) #OpenBadges offer tons of potential for the crowd to validate what it’s creating in terms of learning content #chat2lrn 16:33:07
megbertapelle @alc47 were the comments moderated? seems also that if you KNOW the ppl/wrk w/them, less likely to get crap comments #chat2lrn 16:33:31
LisaAGoldstein Q5) Important to consult true SMEs #chat2lrn 16:33:33
stipton Q5) you crowd source the test.  we created a wordpress site to post courses to allow others to review and comment at will. #chat2lrn 16:33:35
stellacollins got to go and download some videos – thanks for chat – stimulating #chat2lrn 16:33:38
FionaQuigs RT @JudithELS: Q5) I’d vote for peer-review any day. #chat2lrn >especially having you as my peer Judith 🙂 16:33:40
lesleywprice RT @JudithELS: Q5) Id vote for peer-review any day.< me too amazon/trip advisor approach 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:33:46
sparkandco RT @LisaAGoldstein: Q5) Important to consult true SMEs #chat2lrn <good point Lisa 16:33:52
alc47 Q5 If audience is wide enough there will always be whistle blowers concerned for safety and integrity of content #chat2lrn 16:33:52
LearnPatch A5 context is important. How is it validated now? Maybe we need to validate differently if crowdsourcing provides better content #chat2lrn 16:33:53
JD_Dillon @stellacollins If that’s handled at the door (recruiting) and managed (training, communication), the crowd should high quality #chat2lrn 16:33:53
marklearns Q5) Is there always a requirement for testing/validation? #chat2lrn #curious 16:33:59
FionaQuigs RT @LisaAGoldstein: Q5) Important to consult true SMEs #chat2lrn >Aren’t we al striving to me SMEs? 16:34:03
gihanw RT @lesleywprice: a5) think we could learn lessons from the ‘amazon’ approach…I would like to know what other peeps think #chat2lrn 16:34:10
JudithELS Awww> RT @FionaQuigs: RT @JudithELS: Q5) Id vote for peer-review any day. #chat2lrn >especially having you as my peer Judith 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:34:20
CHopeMurray A5) if the product of crowd learning is on-line it can be analyzed, and appropriate measures applied to determine qualification #chat2lrn 16:34:23
stipton RT @judithels: Q5) I’d vote for peer-review any day. #chat2lrn < absolutely. This brings in accountability as well. 16:34:26
lesleywprice RT @marklearns: Q5) Is there always a requirement for testing/validation? #chat2lrn #curious < good point! #chat2lrn 16:34:30
tomspiglanin A5) Proof in the results. Is performance improved? Many paths to similar result, is one better then the next?  #chat2lrn 16:34:34
mylearningworx Q5) Again, learner interaction and feedback critical part of validation #Chat2lrn 16:34:44
urbie #Chat2lrn Late to the party.. for me crowdsourcing is a rather passive activity: doing environmental scans to spot cool things i can use.. 16:34:45
JD_Dillon A5) Knowledgeable, experienced users can immediately provide feedback on the quality of shared information when given the option #chat2lrn 16:34:47
LearnPatch RT @tomspiglanin: A5) Proof in the results. Is performance improved? Many paths to similar result, is one better then the next?  #chat2lrn 16:34:47
tomspiglanin RT @stipton: RT @judithels: Q5) Id vote for peer-review any day. #chat2lrn < absolutely. This brings in accountability as well. #chat2lrn 16:34:48
alc47 @megbertapelle No moderation at all – and no guidelines – the guys simply assumed they were to help one another.  Is that C/s? #chat2lrn 16:34:57
megbertapelle MT @lesleywprice: a5) think we cld lrn lessons from amazon approach…< except doing review is pain, & bug u b4 used product yet #chat2lrn 16:34:57
lesleywprice @JudithELS Tks Judith …same here 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:35:00
FionaQuigs RT @marklearns: Q5) Is there always a requirement for testing/validation? #chat2lrn #curious >- maybe the learning could be to validate it. 16:35:01
CourtneyGendron @gihanw what is the ‘amazon’ approach? #chat2lrn 16:35:09
LisaAGoldstein @FionaQuigs And then SMEs are still learning and growing every day. We all need mentors, inspiration and more data. #chat2lrn 16:35:11
marklearns Q5) validation/testing (if needed) must be an ongoing and incremental process, not a full-stop refresh of everything. #chat2lrn 16:35:48
megbertapelle MT @LearnPatch: RT @tomspiglanin: A5) Proof in results. Is perfmnc improved? Many paths to similar result, is 1 better than next?  #chat2lrn 16:35:49
AndreaMay1 Q5) Good curation is important as part of the validation process. #chat2lrn 16:35:50
EGeeking Q5 Be constantly vigilant about getting learner feedback. They have a good sense of what’s working and what isn’t. #chat2lrn 16:35:54
CHopeMurray A5) biggest challenge to measuring online activity is to detect any gaming in the system.  This will take time but not impossible #chat2lrn 16:35:59
mylearningworx Q5) Helping learners understand authors/content creators is important. We want to give visibility to authors and their credentials #Chat2lrn 16:36:00
lesleywprice RT @EGeeking: Q5 Be constantly vigilant about getting learner feedback. They have a good sense of what’s working and what isn’t. #chat2lrn 16:36:06
LearnPatch A5 if it comes down to helping people develop and do their jobs better then it will become apparent if crowd content is inaccurate #chat2lrn 16:36:09
urbie #Chat2lrn the challenge with crowdsourcing this way is it takes lots of time; most times the tweeps i see  serve a totally different t-pop 16:36:16
sparkandco Q5 transparency in process seems important too #chat2lrn 16:36:21
stipton Q5) you crowd source the test. we created a wordpress site to post courses to allow others to review and comment at will. #chat2lrn 16:36:22
FionaQuigs RT @AndreaMay1: Q5) Good curation is important as part of the validation process. #chat2lrn >It is back to critical analysis/thinking skills 16:36:25
megbertapelle @alc47 I’d say so! esp. if, like Kate suggested, an output was created #chat2lrn 16:36:28
LisaAGoldstein RT @AndreaMay1: Q5) Good curation is important as part of the validation process. #chat2lrn 16:36:30
EGeeking RT @sparkandco: Q5 transparency in process seems important too #chat2lrn 16:36:35
FionaQuigs RT @sparkandco: Q5 transparency in process seems important too #chat2lrn >say more? 16:36:43
tomspiglanin RT @LisaAGoldstein: RT @AndreaMay1: Q5) Good curation is important as part of the validation process. #chat2lrn 16:36:56
lesleywprice Amazon approach is when peeps review what they have purchased 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:37:12
chat2lrn Q6) What impact,  if any, do you think that MOOCs will have on learning in the corporate world? #chat2lrn 16:37:20
StephanieDedhar Q5) Our Hub (video sharing) site includes ratings and comments from users plus option to report anything you think is incorrect #chat2lrn 16:37:22
CHopeMurray agreed – tho if transparent – gaming filters needed RT @sparkandco: Q5 transparency in process seems important too #chat2lrn 16:37:40
LearnPatch RT @chat2lrn: Q6) What impact,  if any, do you think that MOOCs will have on learning in the corporate world? #chat2lrn 16:37:41
sparkandco Q5 knowing how comments/ratings/feedback are going to be used is important to the crowd. #chat2lrn 16:37:44
stipton PRT @urbie: #Chat2lrn the challenge with crowdsourcing this way is it takes lots of time; <businesses are always in a hurry… 16:37:46
AndreaMay1 @courtneygendron how amazon collects user data and makes recommendations based on past behavior. #chat2lrn 16:37:47
alc47 @megbertapelle So C/s creates an out put that has boundaries – not just information around a topic? Still looking for def!! #chat2lrn 16:37:49
urbie #Chat2lrn one cool thing about working for the man is some of the research/tools we get are way out there in front. problem is how to use.. 16:37:55
FionaQuigs RT @StephanieDedhar: Q5) Does “misinformation” often get overlooked or is it easily spotted? #chat2lrn 16:38:06
JudithELS RT @chat2lrn: Q6) What impact,  if any, do you think that MOOCs will have on learning in the corporate world? #chat2lrn 16:38:07
megbertapelle RT @marklearns: Q5) validation/testing (if needed) must be ongoing & incremental process, not a full-stop refresh of everything. #chat2lrn 16:38:09
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: Q6) What impact,  if any, do you think that MOOCs will have on learning in the corporate world? #chat2lrn 16:38:18
sparkandco RT @chat2lrn: Q6) What impact,  if any, do you think that MOOCs will have on learning in the corporate world? #chat2lrn 16:38:31
FionaQuigs RT @sparkandco: Q5 knowing how comments/ratings/feedback are going to be used is important to the crowd. #chat2lrn 16:38:33
LisaAGoldstein @lesleywprice: @EGeeking: Makes me think of Dave’s recent post re learner perception vs designer perception  http://t.co/bg0w4nBe #chat2lrn 16:38:34
StephanieDedhar Are there levels of crowdsourcing? Ask a Q on twitter, filter it yourself. But search YouTube & highest rated content rises to top #chat2lrn 16:38:40
alc47 Q6 Massive – but only for MOOC’s that come from already credible and respected sources in the early stages #chat2lrn 16:38:45
EGeeking Q6 I think some the organizations/individuals that dismiss other sources of crowdsourced learning may be friendlier to MOOCs #chat2lrn 16:38:52
lauraoverton Q5) Dixons used peer review for validation – competition amongst peers improved both content and behaviour #chat2lrn http://t.co/4qbfz6qI 16:38:58
CHopeMurray Q6) Its a copycat world (imitating is what humans do more than any other animal) one successful business will spawn others quickly #chat2lrn 16:38:59
stipton RT @sparkandco: Q5 knowing how comments/ratings/feedback are going to be used is important to the crowd. #chat2lrn <Good point to remember. 16:39:02
kategraham23 Q6) Looking forward to hearing from people like @fionaquigs who’ve actually done a MOOC #chat2lrn 16:39:32
StephanieDedhar @FionaQuigs On The Hub? Not sure actually how many are ‘reported’ – would need to ask @mortenbonde who’s product manager… #chat2lrn 16:39:50
mylearningworx Q6) We have this idea of ‘mini-MOOCs’ for internal learning in orgs or maybe across groups of orgs in specific industries #chat2lrn 16:39:50
CHopeMurray RT @alc47: Q6 Massive – but only for MOOCs that come from already credible and respected sources in the early stages #chat2lrn 16:39:52
JudithELS RT @lauraoverton: Q5) Dixons used peer review for validation – competition amongst peers improved both content and behaviour  #chat2lrn 16:40:11
FionaQuigs Q5)Seems challenge is over abundance of info & not knowing what to do with it – not just curation but seek – sense – share #chat2lrn #pkm 16:40:17
mylearningworx Q6) Although ‘Mini-MOOC’ is a complete oxymoron of course 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:40:18
AndreaMay1 RT @chat2lrn: Q6) What impact, if any, do you think that MOOCs will have on learning in the corporate world? #chat2lrn 16:40:19
JD_Dillon RT @chat2lrn: Q6) What impact,  if any, do you think that MOOCs will have on learning in the corporate world? #chat2lrn 16:40:21
sparkandco Q6 MOOCs in corporate would be interesting. the ones I’ve done have been overwhelming. Wouldn’t fly in an org #chat2lrn. 16:40:21
LearnPatch A6 you can create your own courses easily – Google coursebuiilder sensei WordPress plugin.  The learners can create it DIY style #chat2lrn 16:40:30
lesleywprice RT @kategraham23: Q6) Looking forward to hearing from people like @fionaquigs who’ve actually done a MOOC < me too! #chat2lrn 16:40:34
urbie #Chat2lrn what with firewalls and security concerns validation over public media is fraught with challenges; some interagency xchanges help 16:40:40
marklearns @mylearningworx That sounds intriguing…would love to learn more #chat2lrn 16:40:50
LisaAGoldstein RT @CHopeMurray: Q6) Its a copycat world(imitating is what we do more than any other animal) one successful business spawns others #chat2lrn 16:40:53
lesleywprice RT @chat2lrn: Q6) What impact,  if any, do you think that MOOCs will have on learning in the corporate world? #chat2lrn 16:40:56
LearnPatch @mylearningworx Like that mini mooc idea 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:41:00
JD_Dillon A6) Reiterates the value of providing on-demand learning opportunities on a variety of subjects with knowledgeable facilitators #chat2lrn 16:41:01
alc47 No need for ratings if content is valuableRT @sparkandco: knowing how comments etc  used important to  <Good point to remember. #chat2lrn 16:41:10
mylearningworx @StephanieDedhar That’s a good point, some stuff is more performance support, other learning is more skills based and in-depth #chat2lrn 16:41:18
megbertapelle @alc47 since we’re working from blog post, I thk we’re talking abt crwdsrcg learning content.  But don’t worry about semantics #chat2lrn 16:41:19
heikan2003 @EGeeking Q6 #chat2lrn Why do you think they will like MOOC better? 16:41:21
stipton @lisaagoldstein @lesleywprice @EGeeking True – what we want may not be what “customer” requires -we forget who is the customer. #chat2lrn 16:41:38
tmiket @JD_Dillon I’d be surprised if the Impact of MOOCs in corp world was anything more than very minimal if any #chat2lrn 16:41:38
mylearningworx @marklearns @LearnPatch Happy to expand on mini-MOOCs – there’s definitely a blog post in there somewhere! #chat2lrn 16:42:08
StephanieDedhar @fionaquigs @mortenbonde At the mo Morten moderates before most things go live – it’s becoming more truely crowdsourced gradually #chat2lrn 16:42:20
alc47 @megbertapelle Understood – but unless the word has meaning clients will reject it – has to be clear and offer progress #chat2lrn 16:42:34
tomspiglanin RT @JD_Dillon: A6) Reiterates the value of on-demand learning opportunities on variety of subjects with knowledgeable facilitators #chat2lrn 16:42:38
EGeeking @heikan2003 I think there’s a perception that how learning is framed in a MOOC is more “professional” than, say, a YouTube video #chat2lrn 16:42:42
FionaQuigs Q6) Haave taken part in two MOOCs – one was great experience other not. I can see a use for them in non-competing orgs #chat2lrn 16:42:46
megbertapelle RT @LisaAGoldstein: @lesleywprice: @EGeeking: …Daves recent post re lrnr perception vs dsgnr perception http://t.co/CT17Sm6T #chat2lrn 16:42:47
marklearns @stipton @LisaAGoldstein @lesleywprice @EGeeking yeah..we (L&D) miss that target on a regular basis #chat2lrn 16:42:55
CHopeMurray @dmonett wish you could join this conversation on MOOCs but hope you can add comments later to  #chat2lrn 16:43:01
EGeeking @heikan2003 Granted, I’m talking about perception by skeptics, not actual fact #chat2lrn 16:43:12
urbie #Chat2lrn  Q6 I think MOOCs exist in orgs, at least mine.  mOOC (mini). They’re elearning: courses of one. MIA: exchange of ideas. 16:43:17
LisaAGoldstein @mylearningworx I would love to be sent a link of that blog plost! #chat2lrn 16:43:23
lesleywprice RT @LisaAGoldstein @EGeeking: …Daves recent post re lrnr perception vs dsgnr perception http://t.co/YN5USFSI #chat2lrn 16:43:25
JD_Dillon @sparkandco @tmiket I’ve seen discussion not based on how MOOCs operate, but the value that open learning opportunity can bring #chat2lrn 16:43:26
mylearningworx @marklearns @LearnPatch People with a common challenge putting heads together and outputting something they can all learn from #chat2lrn 16:43:30
StephanieDedhar Think I agree RT @tmiket: @JD_Dillon Id be surprised if Impact of MOOCs in corp world was anything more than very minimal if any #chat2lrn 16:43:34
lesleywprice RT @CHopeMurray: @dmonett wish you could join this conversation on MOOCs but hope you can add comments later to < me too! #chat2lrn 16:43:45
FionaQuigs Q6) e,g, NHS Trusts (UK) sharing learning on leadership or quality standards – good way to spread innovation and improvements #chat2lrn 16:43:46
mylearningworx @sparkandco Hence our idea of the ‘mini-MOOC’ 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:44:17
LearnPatch A6 I lthink MOOC thinking can democratise who creates and runs courses in the org #chat2lrn 16:44:27
sparkandco @mylearningworx is mini-MOOC like a community of practice? #chat2lrn 16:44:39
EGeeking @marklearns @stipton @LisaAGoldstein @lesleywprice We may be educators, but we’re still human and sometimes make mistakes. #chat2lrn 16:44:42
megbertapelle RT @mylearningworx: @marklearns @LearnPatch Happy to expand on mini-MOOCs – theres definitely a blog post in there somewhere! #chat2lrn 16:44:43
stipton @marklearns @stipton @LisaAGoldstein @lesleywprice @EGeeking Which is why crowd sourcing is benefit.  Keeps us focused on target. #chat2lrn 16:44:44
tmiket @JD_Dillon Open, transparent conversations it VERY valuable. Seems more ‘social’ than MOOCish to me but maybe similar? #chat2lrn 16:44:53
FionaQuigs Q6) need to be motivated by your subject. Can be an isolating experience – trick is to find a subset of ppl to share ideas with #chat2lrn 16:45:01
mylearningworx RT @LisaAGoldstein: @mylearningworx I would love to be sent a link of that blog plost! #chat2lrn > Will keep you posted Lisa! 16:45:20
AndreaMay1 Q6) As they are now, I don’t see much impact yet. But as more MOOCs are developed for business types, that could change fast..#chat2lrn 16:45:23
chat2lrn Q7) How important is it to have crowd sourced content curated and edited? #chat2lrn` 16:45:25
JudithELS RT @FionaQuigs: Q6) eg NHS Trusts(UK) sharing learning on leadership/quality standards, gd way to spread innovation & improvements #chat2lrn 16:45:27
xpconcept #chat2lrn A6) MOOCs in same form? Prob not. But the concept of a broad conversation and connections… Yes! Parts of concept. Not all. 16:45:36
LisaAGoldstein Thank goodness. Mistakes = valuable learning opportunities RT @EGeeking: @marklearns @stipton @LisaAGoldstein @lesleywprice  #chat2lrn 16:45:50
sparkandco RT @xpconcept: #chat2lrn A6) MOOCs in same form? Prob not. But the concept of a broad conversation and connections… Yes! Parts of concept. Not all. 16:45:51
npmaven RT @chat2lrn: Q7) How important is it to have crowd sourced content curated and edited? #chat2lrn` #chat2lrn 16:45:55
EGeeking Q7 Based on the conversations we’ve all just had, it seems a lot of us feel it’s vital #chat2lrn 16:45:58
mylearningworx We think the concept will trickle down, probably tweaked and adapted but that idea will carry over from education to corporates #chat2lrn 16:46:01
AndreaMay1 RT @chat2lrn: Q7) How important is it to have crowd sourced content curated and edited? #chat2lrn` 16:46:08
FionaQuigs Q6) Large scale organisation – global, I think a MOOC could be used #chat2lrn 16:46:12
lesleywprice RT @FionaQuigs: Q6) eg NHSTrusts (UK) sharing learning on leadership or quality standards good way 2 spread innovation & imp’ment #chat2lrn 16:46:16
stipton Plz do. RT @mylearningworx: @marklearns @LearnPatch Happy to expand on mini-MOOCs – theres definitely blog post in there! #chat2lrn 16:46:18
JudithELS RT @chat2lrn: Q7) How important is it to have crowd sourced content curated and edited? #chat2lrn #chat2lrn 16:46:19
sparkandco @xpconcept Steve, what would org MOOC look like to you? #chat2lrn 16:46:26
lesleywprice RT @chat2lrn: Q7) How important is it to have crowd sourced content curated and edited? #chat2lrn` #chat2lrn 16:46:28
JD_Dillon @tmiket People flock to open, free, interesting content (MOOC). That can be replicated strategically with corporate on-demand. #chat2lrn 16:46:46
stipton RT @chat2lrn: Q7) How important is it to have crowd sourced content curated and edited? #chat2lrn` 16:46:50
sparkandco RT @chat2lrn: Q7) How important is it to have crowd sourced content curated and edited? #chat2lrn` 16:46:52
lesleywprice RT @FionaQuigs: Q6) Large scale organisation – global, I think a MOOC could be used < Interesting! #chat2lrn 16:46:54
mylearningworx @sparkandco It’s definitely tapping into that idea without perhaps the need to be so formal – and with a definite ouput at the end #chat2lrn 16:46:55
JD_Dillon RT @chat2lrn: Q7) How important is it to have crowd sourced content curated and edited? #chat2lrn` #chat2lrn 16:47:02
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: Q7) How important is it to have crowd sourced content curated and edited? #chat2lrn` #chat2lrn 16:47:06
JD_Dillon A7) Very … even more so in heavily regulated corporate environments. #chat2lrn 16:47:25
LearnPatch RT @megbertapelle: RT @chat2lrn: Q7) How important is it to have crowd sourced content curated and edited? #chat2lrn` #chat2lrn 16:47:26
tmiket Q7 Depends on the audience and the size of the crowd #chat2lrn 16:47:31
mylearningworx Q7) It can be part of it but curation and editing isn’t essential #chat2lrn 16:47:43
lesleywprice q6) @fionaquigs could Moocs be used for Small/medium business who don’t have a lot of resources ?? #chat2lrn 16:47:46
sparkandco RT @lesleywprice: q6) @fionaquigs could Moocs be used for Small/medium business who don’t have a lot of resources ?? #chat2lrn 16:47:55
megbertapelle RT @FionaQuigs: Q6) Large scale organisation – global, I think a MOOC could be used #chat2lrn 16:47:55
stipton Q7) depends on the course.  #chat2lrn I think we should always curate, this way we know what we have…  #chat2lrn 16:47:55
FionaQuigs @lesleywprice different role models in an organisation to give talks on e.g. leadership and what it means + other topics #chat2lrn 16:47:57
mylearningworx Q7) A collaborative approach can be good but if you know your subject, shouldn’t be afraid to create content on your own #chat2lrn 16:48:05
urbie RT @npmaven: RT @chat2lrn: Q7) How important is it to have crowd sourced content curated and edited? #chat2lrn` #chat2lrn 16:48:19
AndreaMay1 Q7) Very IMHO, though temper that with the ultimate goal to be achieved – will be very important for some projs, but not others. #chat2lrn 16:48:24
chat2lrn Q8) What would a MOOC look like in an organisation? #chat2lrn 16:48:32
alc47 Disagree – self-regulation works well RT @JD_Dillon: A7) Very … even more so in heavily regulated corporate environments. #chat2lrn 16:48:35
LisaAGoldstein Comments that have popped up made me think of this crowd sourced content: http://t.co/UEaCX5DN #chat2lrn 16:48:39
lesleywprice RT @chat2lrn: Q8) What would a MOOC look like in an organisation? #chat2lrn 16:48:44
EGeeking Q7 The curation is going to be key as we see more and more MOOCs pop up. Without it it’ll be hard to know where to start #Chat2lrn 16:48:47
xpconcept @sparkandco – Creation of spaces to connect. Interval / scheduled challenges in a skill band. Open facilitation roles. #chat2lrn 16:49:02
QAtraining @lauraoverton @kategraham23 thanks ladies, sharing our expertise is something we’re really passionate about #chat2lrn 16:49:13
sparkandco RT @chat2lrn: Q8) What would a MOOC look like in an organisation? #chat2lrn 16:49:13
kategraham23 Q7) Curation and editing tap into the MOOC concept though and the idea of the ‘wisdom of the crowd’ #chat2lrn 16:49:15
urbie #Chat2lrn A7 that’s a tough one: crowdsourcing like that wouldn’t fly where i’m at: security and all. I can’t imagine banks, etc either.. 16:49:20
tomspiglanin RT @chat2lrn: Q8) What would a MOOC look like in an organisation? #chat2lrn 16:49:23
LearnPatch A7 why not experiment? Try it out without ‘expert’ editing and see what is created #chat2lrn 16:49:25
FionaQuigs Q8) MOOC could be an evolving curriculum – based around a learning campaign to say improve some part of the organisation #chat2lrn 16:49:40
lauraoverton A6 Looking fwd to hearing @DrChrisPaton at #LT13UK, still opp join discussion on Q6 at exchanges if u r  free http://t.co/Jf0KUYgY #chat2lrn 16:49:42
stipton RT @chat2lrn: Q8) What would a MOOC look like in an organisation? #chat2lrn 16:49:42
EGeeking @alc47 @JD_Dillon It depends. I work for a bank and they’d be hesitant to use any crowdsourced info without editing it first #chat2lrn 16:49:46
megbertapelle Q7) coming from the healthcare industry – it would be VERY important.  Opens up a HUGE liability if not  #chat2lrn 16:49:59
lesleywprice RT @LearnPatch: A7 why not experiment? Try it out without expert editing and see what is created #chat2lrn 16:49:59
JD_Dillon RT @chat2lrn: Q8) What would a MOOC look like in an organisation? #chat2lrn 16:50:04
JudithELS RT @chat2lrn: Q8) What would a MOOC look like in an organisation? #chat2lrn 16:50:10
briandusablon RT @EmergentRadio: Episode 25 of #TheToolBar – “Westbound and Down” http://t.co/JmJkve7U #ASTDTK13 #lrnchat #chat2lrn 16:50:22
tomspiglanin A8) Size matters – small orgs have small pools of ppl to engage. Even mid-sized orgs may lack critical mass #chat2lrn 16:50:32
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: Q8) What would a MOOC look like in an organisation? #chat2lrn 16:50:32
sparkandco @JD_Dillon interested in your insight JD #chat2lrn 16:50:41
lesleywprice RT @EGeeking: @alc47 @JD_Dillon depends. I work for a bank & theyd be hesitant 2 use crowdsourced info without editing it first #chat2lrn 16:50:46
mylearningworx @urbie Depends on how it’s set up – internal crowd sourcing means security etc needn’t be an issue #Chat2lrn 16:50:46
urbie RT @JudithELS: RT @chat2lrn: Q8) What would a MOOC look like in an organisation? #chat2lrn 16:50:49
JudithELS RT @FionaQuigs: Q8) MOOC could be an evolving curriculum – based around a learning campaign to say improve some part of the org #chat2lrn 16:50:50
JD_Dillon A8) I believe it would look like on-demand, social, collaborative learning based on the needs of employees and the org.  #chat2lrn 16:50:57
marklearns @egeeking @alc47 @JD_Dillon I think regulatory/compliance issues will put speedbumps in crowd-sourced content. #chat2lrn 16:50:59
EGeeking @urbie I’m at a bank and I can see it used in some pockets (like leadership training). Not so much for policy or info sec #chat2lrn 16:51:02
lesleywprice @tomspiglanin Could small orgs not join together to create a MOOC possibly ideal way to support small/medium businesses #chat2lrn 16:51:28
sparkandco RT @xpconcept: @sparkandco – open apprenticeship tracks with scheduled online gatherings – offered throughout the year. #chat2lrn 16:51:35
AndreaMay1 Q8) Perhaps a good solution for the “over and above” topics – beyond the basics. #chat2lrn 16:51:38
sparkandco RT @xpconcept: @sparkandco – organizational support framework for structured on the job training. #chat2lrn 16:51:46
stipton Q8) Again, I thin it depends – the banking industry would probably never go MOOC however, in a heavy sales industry, who knows. #chat2lrn 16:51:47
mylearningworx Q8) Breaking down internal silos, different departments and teams working on parts of the same overall project #utopia? #Chat2lrn 16:51:48
megbertapelle RT @marklearns: @egeeking @alc47 @JD_Dillon think regulatory/compliance issues will put speedbumps in crwd-srcd content< agreed #chat2lrn 16:51:51
LisaAGoldstein Q8) How about a compliance MOOC for safety courses for the public for free.  Would that work? #chat2lrn 16:51:57
FionaQuigs RT @sparkandco: RT @xpconcept: open apprenticeship tracks with scheduled online gatherings – offered throughout the year. #chat2lrn >yes! 16:52:03
alc47 @EGeeking Corporate fear of what the workers actually know?  I wonder…… #chat2lrn 16:52:12
EGeeking @marklearns @alc47 @JD_Dillon Agreed. Speedbumps, detours, and even road blocks… and some of those for legit reasons #Chat2lrn 16:52:18
LearnPatch @urbie meant the fact learners could create courses by and for themselves based on need. Sounds interesting how it worked for you #chat2lrn 16:52:18
lauraoverton A7 @TowardsMaturity benchmark showing only 1 in 12 orgs have curation strategies in place #chat2lrn http://t.co/9SLrY2jP 16:52:21
lesleywprice RT @LisaAGoldstein: Q8) How about a compliance MOOC for safety courses for the public for free.  Would that work? < maybe! #chat2lrn 16:52:27
megbertapelle MT @lesleywprice: @tomspiglanin Could small orgs not join together to create a MOOC possibly ideal way to support small/med biz #chat2lrn 16:52:28
StephanieDedhar @lesleywprice @tonspiglanin I like that idea. Orgs in the same industry/sector could join together to create a MOOC  #chat2lrn 16:52:30
stipton RT @marklearns: @EGeeking @alc47 @JD_Dillon regulatory/compliance issues will put speedbumps in crowd-sourced content. #chat2lrn <agree. 16:52:33
JudithELS RT @mylearningworx: Q8) Breaking down internal silos, different departments & teams working on parts of the same overall project #chat2lrn 16:52:35
JD_Dillon @marklearns @EGeeking @alc47 Agreed re: compliance. Open sharing is still valuable, just needs to be tweaked based on the org. #chat2lrn 16:52:38
FionaQuigs @LisaAGoldstein yes – things like ergonomics and avoiding carpal tunnel system! #chat2lrn 16:52:46
mylearningworx Q8) Some orgs are already doing it, it’s just not called a MOOC! #chat2lrn 16:52:51
megbertapelle RT @LisaAGoldstein: Q8) How abt a compliance MOOC for safety courses for public for free.  Would that work?< if met stds, awsm #chat2lrn 16:52:58
tmiket @alc47 Fear of what the don’t know?  #chat2lrn 16:53:01
LearnPatch RT @lauraoverton: A7 @TowardsMaturity benchmark showing only 1 in 12 orgs have curation strategies in place #chat2lrn http://t.co/9SLrY2jP 16:53:02
EGeeking @alc47 I’d say corporate fear of incorrect info messing up someone’s bank account more likely. #chat2lrn 16:53:16
urbie #Chat2lrn A8 we have mini #MOOCS in orgs. elearning where there’s 1 person in course. Massive part is connecting each 1 via discussion/blog 16:53:16
megbertapelle RT @FionaQuigs: @LisaAGoldstein yes – things like ergonomics and avoiding carpal tunnel system! < YES! #chat2lrn 16:53:22
LisaAGoldstein RT @StephanieDedhar: @lesleywprice @tonspiglanin I like it-Orgs in the same industry/sector could join together to create a MOOC  #chat2lrn 16:53:26
alc47 I completely agree!RT @mylearningworx: Q8) Some orgs are already doing it, its just not called a MOOC! #chat2lrn 16:53:29
sparkandco RT @alc47: I completely agree!RT @mylearningworx: Q8) Some orgs are already doing it, its just not called a MOOC! #chat2lrn 16:53:36
lesleywprice RT @lauraoverton: A7 @TowardsMaturity study showing only 1 in 12 orgs have curation strategies in place http://t.co/tafzFf4Q #chat2lrn 16:53:36
FionaQuigs Q8) Gov organisations waste so much money teaching the same things in different ways in different parts of the country #chat2lrn 16:53:39
mylearningworx @StephanieDedhar @lesleywprice @tonspiglanin That’s exactly our vision for the ‘mini-MOOCs’ #chat2lrn 16:53:46
xpconcept #chat2lrn A8) In high turnover / high volume accessions, spaces that support broad conversation around skills / tasks in SOJT tracks. (1/2) 16:53:54
stipton Wow. A strat for curation? A7 @towardsmaturity benchmark only 1 in 12 orgs have curation strat in place #chat2lrn http://t.co/PPbYiTVr 16:53:55
alc47 Yes – out of touch with the reality of the coal face RT @tmiket: @alc47 Fear of what the dont know?  #chat2lrn 16:53:57
mylearningworx RT @lauraoverton: A7 @TowardsMaturity benchmark showing only 1 in 12 orgs have curation strategies in place #chat2lrn http://t.co/9SLrY2jP 16:53:58
samt_el Fascinating reading the back channel on #chat2lrn today. 16:54:04
urbie #Chat2lrn A8 i guess what i’m saying is the mini #MOOCs in orgs like mine would be a #PLN or community of practice 16:54:09
AndreaMay1 RT @lauraoverton: A7 @towardsmaturity study showing only 1 in 12 orgs have curation strategies in place http://t.co/LsIgNtIX #chat2lrn 16:54:27
EGeeking  @alc47 I find many corps. are highly risk adverse about trusting things link social media & crowdsourcing #chat2lrn 16:54:35
JudithELS RT @FionaQuigs: Q8) Gov orgs waste so much money teaching the same things in different ways in different parts of the country <Yes #chat2lrn 16:54:37
StephanieDedhar @mylearningworx @lesleyprice Wouldn’t have to be just small/medium businesses though. Big orgs in same sector could benefit too. #chat2lrn 16:54:44
xpconcept #chat2lrn A8) (2/2) often apprenticeships aren’t as rich as they could be if apprentice were able to connect with others and more coaches. 16:54:51
sparkandco Q8 – I think the MOOC part across orgs is where the interesting stuff (and risk) lives. #chat2lrn 16:54:52
mylearningworx @alc47 We love jargon and labels in learning, but more important to just get on with it sometimes 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:55:11
chat2lrn QWrap) Chatting is great…but reflection and action are   better. What is your ‘take away’ from our chat?  #chat2lrn 16:55:14
FionaQuigs RT @StephanieDedhar: @mylearningworx @lesleyprice have tried to do some of this – lots of competition and privacy issues #chat2lrn 16:55:23
megbertapelle MT @JudithELS: RT @FionaQuigs: Q8) Gov orgs waste money teaching same things in diff ways in diff parts of country <Yes < totally #chat2lrn 16:55:29
stipton RT @fionaquigs: Q8) Gov orgs waste money teaching same things in different ways in different parts of the country #chat2lrn < Business too. 16:55:38
lesleywprice RT @chat2lrn: QWrap) Chatting is great…but reflection and action are   better. What is your ‘take away’ from our chat?  #chat2lrn 16:55:39
lesleywprice RT @mylearningworx: @StephanieDedhar @lesleywprice @tonspiglanin That’s exactly our vision for the ‘mini-MOOCs’ #chat2lrn 16:55:44
alc47 @EGeeking That is often a cover for not trusting employees to apply knowledge and common sense – blame the tool #chat2lrn 16:55:44
AndreaMay1 RT @sparkandco: Q8 – I think the MOOC part across orgs is where the interesting stuff (and risk) lives. #chat2lrn <agree Holly 16:55:47
mylearningworx @StephanieDedhar @lesleyprice Definitely! We’re already coming across industries where this could work #chat2lrn 16:55:51
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: QWrap) Chatting is great…but reflection and action are   better. What is your ‘take away’ from our chat?  #chat2lrn 16:55:55
LearnPatch MOOC – it’s another acronym though! Bound to work, then 😉 #chat2lrn 16:56:02
stipton RT @chat2lrn: QWrap) Chatting is great…but reflection and action are   better. What is your ‘take away’ from our chat?  #chat2lrn 16:56:05
JudithELS RT @chat2lrn: QWrap) Chatting is great…but reflection and action are   better. What is your ‘take away’ from our chat?  #chat2lrn 16:56:10
StephanieDedhar @FionaQuigs Yes without doubt it depends on sector/orgs and topics. Some subjects though won’t have privacy/confidentiality issues #chat2lrn 16:56:20
tomspiglanin RT @chat2lrn: QWrap) Chatting is great…but reflection and action are   better. What is your ‘take away’ from our chat?  #chat2lrn 16:56:24
EGeeking @alc47 It’s also a complete lack of understanding about what the tool actually is/does too #Chat2lrn 16:56:36
lauraoverton MT @stipton: Wow. A strat for curation? > ie only 1 in 12 orgs proactively using tools for curation #chat2lrn http://t.co/bhXm5pdo 16:56:41
sparkandco RT @chat2lrn: QWrap) Chatting is great…but reflection and action are   better. What is your ‘take away’ from our chat?  #chat2lrn 16:56:45
megbertapelle Qwrap) take-away – that there’s LOTS more to learn about crowd sourcing & MOOCs, and maybe I should look further into it 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:56:45
mylearningworx @FionaQuigs @StephanieDedhar @lesleyprice Could see that being an issue, maybe need a collaborative, mutually safe platform? #chat2lrn 16:56:53
StephanieDedhar QWrap) I’m going to actually get round to exploring @mylearningworx!  #chat2lrn 16:57:01
stipton Qwrap) Need to do more to bring crowd sourcing into the public eye of our organization, broaden the scope. #chat2lrn 16:57:14
marklearns @jd_dillon @EGeeking @alc47 So is “open sharing” just a new phrase for getting people to stop hoarding information? #siloskill #chat2lrn 16:57:14
alc47 Agreed – fear again RT @EGeeking: @alc47 Its also a complete lack of understanding about what the tool actually is/does too #chat2lrn 16:57:17
JD_Dillon RT @chat2lrn: QWrap) Chatting is great…but reflection and action are   better. What is your ‘take away’ from our chat?  #chat2lrn 16:57:22
megbertapelle RT @sparkandco: Q8 – I think the MOOC part across orgs is where the interesting stuff (and risk) lives. #chat2lrn 16:57:24
AndreaMay1 Qwrap) we need more/better ways to tap into the wisdom of the crowd, but need to keep validation and curation in mind #chat2lrn 16:57:27
mylearningworx QWrap) SO excited to hear everyone’s thoughts. We’ll definitely post a blog about our ‘mini-MOOC’ concept shortly #chat2lrn 16:57:41
JudithELS RT @megbertapelle: Qwrap) theres LOTS more to learn about crowd sourcing & MOOCs, & maybe I should look further into it 🙂 <Me too #chat2lrn 16:57:43
StephanieDedhar QWrap) I’m also going to look at the MOOC mentioned by @samt_el a day or so ago & see what it’s all about #chat2lrn 16:57:43
xpconcept #chat2lrn – for orgs, maybe replace Massive with Scalable. Scalable Open Online Tools (SOOT). Massive takes on negative connotation. 16:57:46
EGeeking QWrap) I need to help my org. learn about MOOCs now, our runway for this type of thing is rather long #Chat2lrn 16:57:50
JD_Dillon QWrap: Undeniable value in crowd-sourced learning and information curation, just need to find the way to make your org believe!  #chat2lrn 16:57:55
sparkandco RT @xpconcept: #chat2lrn – for orgs, maybe replace Massive with Scalable. Scalable Open Online Tools (SOOT). Massive takes on negative connotation. 16:58:01
urbie  @LearnPatch working with the gov’t, tight budgets and services that can’t go away means SMEs doing more of the design.. #Chat2lrn #awesome 16:58:06
kategraham23 QWrap) Could barely keep up with everything, so much good stuff today! #chat2lrn 16:58:11
simonwellard Qwrap) jargon and acronyms are abound in the world of learning #chat2lrn 16:58:19
stipton HIGH FIVE! RT @mylearningworx: @alc47 We love jargon & labels in learning, but more important to just get on with it sometimes 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:58:19
mylearningworx RT @StephanieDedhar: QWrap) I’m going to actually get round to exploring @mylearningworx!  #chat2lrn > Thanks Stephanie 🙂 16:58:26
JD_Dillon @marklearns @EGeeking @alc47 I think it starts there. It then needs to evolve with greater alignment to add value. #chat2lrn 16:58:38
tmiket Qwrap We should tap the crowd and filter it so only the good stuff gets through #chat2lrn 16:58:45
EGeeking @alc47 Fear and also not knowing what they don’t know. #chat2lrn 16:58:51
FionaQuigs MT @xpconcept: #chat2lrn – replce Massive with Scalable. Scalable Open Online Tools (SOOT). Massive = negative connotation >Like this! 16:58:54
StephanieDedhar Like this MT @xpconcept: #chat2lrn for orgs, replace Massive: Scalable Open Online Tools (SOOT). Massive has negative connotation. #chat2lrn 16:58:55
JudithELS RT @kategraham23: QWrap) Could barely keep up with everything, so much good stuff today! <I’m glad I wasn’t the only one! #chat2lrn 16:59:01
chat2lrn We are at an end, but don’t fret. Let’s continue the conversation online: http://t.co/KV4aL9My #chat2lrn 16:59:11
lesleywprice qwrap) surprised me how fast the chat was .have a lot to learn about crowd sourcing and MOOCs and topic clearly interests peeps #chat2lrn 16:59:20
alc47 Sadly – puts clients off learning RT @simonwellard: Qwrap) jargon and acronyms are abound in the world of learning #chat2lrn 16:59:27
lauraoverton Qwrap – need to find a project and do it! #chat2lrn 16:59:27
chat2lrn Thanks for joining #chat2lrn today! A transcript will be posted on the blog at http://t.co/SxIyykqb  #chat2lrn 16:59:28
mylearningworx QWrap) Not to be salesy but visit us at http://t.co/XtlIlvFS – it’s free and might give more food for thought after today’s chat #chat2lrn 16:59:39
sparkandco RT @lauraoverton: Qwrap – need to find a project and do it! #chat2lrn 16:59:39
marklearns As one of my friends says, “People who live in silos deserve to be buried in them.” 😉  #chat2lrn 16:59:43
stipton @mylearningworx Look forward to seeing it. #chat2lrn 16:59:47
gihanw QWrap) Well worth dipping in and out, good stuff today! #chat2lrn 16:59:51
urbie #Chat2lrn qwrap.. gotta add this to my calendar. does the group have a google calendar i can sync with? anyway.. hope to catch next one.. 16:59:51
FionaQuigs @StephanieDedhar true – just a matter of picking central topics. We could save orgs so much money! #chat2lrn 16:59:54
chat2lrn Should u blog on this topic or in response 2 #chat2lrn – we want 2 know!! http://t.co/KV4aL9My 16:59:58
pmtrainer I missed chat2lrn yet again! 😦 #chat2lrn 17:00:04
JD_Dillon Great chat today everyone! Keep the convo going and drop me a note if you’re in Orlando for Training or LS 2013.  #chat2lrn 17:00:07
mylearningworx @stipton Back atcha! *high fives back* #chat2lrn 17:00:08
megbertapelle MT @xpconcept: for orgs, maybe replace Massive w/Scalable. Scalable Open Online Tools (SOOT). Massive = negative connotation. #chat2lrn 17:00:08
chat2lrn #chat2lrn is tackling the topic of Bring Your Own Device in two weeks time. A blog or article to get the cogs moving coming soon… 17:00:15
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: We are at an end, but don’t fret. Let’s continue the conversation online: http://t.co/UzuNmtT5 #chat2lrn 17:00:18
JudithELS RT @chat2lrn: Thanks for joining #chat2lrn today! A transcript will be posted on the blog at http://t.co/ccOzjjdV  #chat2lrn 17:00:20
kategraham23 RT @marklearns: As one of my friends says, “People who live in silos deserve to be buried in them.” 😉  #chat2lrn > Lol! 17:00:22
GeraldCrittle RT @alc47: Sadly – puts clients off learning RT @simonwellard: Qwrap) jargon and acronyms are abound in the world of learning #chat2lrn 17:00:22
sparkandco RT @chat2lrn: #chat2lrn is tackling the topic of Bring Your Own Device in two weeks time. A blog or article to get the cogs moving coming soon… 17:00:23
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: Thanks for joining #chat2lrn today! A transcript will be posted on the blog at http://t.co/Kwjhdq0B  #chat2lrn 17:00:25
AndreaMay1 RT @judithels: RT @kategraham23: QWrap) Could barely keep up , so much good stuff! <I’m glad I wasn’t the only one! #chat2lrn <Me too! 17:00:27
StephanieDedhar If anyone’s interested, Paul MacCartney is talking about crowdsourcing for talent mgmt at #LT13UK on Tues afternoon – join us! #chat2lrn 17:00:28
LearnPatch @urbie very interesting – sounds like networks are working well then #chat2lrn 17:00:29
ASTDLearningDev RT @chat2lrn: We are at an end, but don’t fret. Let’s continue the conversation online: http://t.co/no5o8nOu #chat2lrn <<great chat 2day! 17:00:30
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: Should u blog on this topic or in response 2 #chat2lrn – we want 2 know!! http://t.co/UzuNmtT5 #chat2lrn 17:00:31
LearnPatch RT @chat2lrn: #chat2lrn is tackling the topic of Bring Your Own Device in two weeks time. A blog or article to get the cogs moving coming soon… 17:00:52
mylearningworx RT @stipton: @mylearningworx Look forward to seeing it. #chat2lrn > Thanks, feedback and comments always welcome 🙂 17:00:55
gihanw QWrap) What tools are peeps using to keep track today? #chat2lrn 17:01:02
tmiket @alc47 @simonwellard We should all speak in the terms of our audience/the business not make them translate ours #chat2lrn 17:01:04
FionaQuigs @kategraham23 @marklearns crowdsorucing = shovel 😉 #chat2lrn 17:01:05
JudithELS RT @chat2lrn: #chat2lrn is tackling the topic of Bring Your Own Device in 2 weeks time. A blog to get the cogs moving coming soon #chat2lrn 17:01:06
LearnPatch Thanks all – great topic and conversation #chat2lrn 17:01:17
sparkandco Wow that was a frenetic hour of learning! Great chatting with you all #chat2lrn 17:01:23
mylearningworx Thanks y’all this has been too much fun. Our heads are spinning (in a good way!) #chat2lrn 17:01:28
lauraoverton RT @stephaniededhar:  Paul MacCartney is talking about crowdsourcing for talent mgmt at #LT13UK on Tues afternoon – join us! #chat2lrn 17:01:33
tmiket @gihanw Tweetgrid is great for me #chat2lrn 17:01:42
alc47 @JD_Dillon Will be at LS13 – see you there #chat2lrn 17:01:44
lesleywprice RT @chat2lrn: #chat2lrn is tackling the topic of Bring Your Own Device in 2 weeks time. A blog to get the cogs moving coming soon #chat2lrn 17:01:49
AndreaMay1 RT @chat2lrn: #chat2lrn is tackling the topic of Bring Your Own Device in two weeks time. A blog or article to get the cogs moving coming… 17:01:52
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: #chat2lrn is tackling the topic of Bring Your Own Device in two weeks time. A blog or article to get the cogs moving coming soon… 17:01:58
FionaQuigs RT @chat2lrn: #chat2lrn is tackling the topic of Bring Your Own Device in two weeks time. A blog or article to get the cogs moving coming soon… 17:02:20
alc47 @tmiket So true – and every two weeks we say the same thing…….. #chat2lrn 17:02:23
megbertapelle RT @JD_Dillon: Great chat today everyone! Keep the convo going and drop me a note if youre in Orlando for Training or LS 2013.  #chat2lrn 17:02:33
tomspiglanin RT @chat2lrn: #chat2lrn is tackling the topic of Bring Your Own Device in two weeks time. A blog or article to get the cogs moving coming soon… 17:02:33
CHopeMurray great link RT @lauraoverton: A7 @TowardsMaturity report shows only 1/12 orgs have curation strategy in place http://t.co/hurS3ORa #chat2lrn 17:02:40
StephanieDedhar @lauraoverton Thanks for RTing Laura. Looking forward to seeing you on Tues, for a glass of bubbly after a long day 🙂 #LT13UK #chat2lrn 17:02:45
lesleywprice Great chat…wow!  Bit frenetic at times….but fun 🙂  Hope to see lots of my #PLN at #LT13UK next week #chat2lrn 17:02:45
megbertapelle RT @tmiket: @alc47 @simonwellard We should all speak in the terms of our audience/the business not make them translate ours< AMEN #chat2lrn 17:02:57
EGeeking RT @chat2lrn: #chat2lrn is tackling the topic of Bring Your Own Device in two weeks time. A blog or article to get the cogs moving coming soon… 17:03:17
alc47 Shame we did not actually decide what C/s is! #chat2lrn 17:03:25
JD_Dillon @alc47 Definitely! It’s in my backyard. #chat2lrn 17:03:47
pmtrainer RT @lesleywprice: RT @chat2lrn: #chat2lrn is tackling Bring Your Own Device in 2 wks. A blog to get the cogs moving coming soon #chat2lrn 17:03:51
megbertapelle thanks everyone! laptop battery dying – was a GREAT chat today! 🙂 #chat2lrn 17:04:11
AndreaMay1 Thanks to everyone who particpated in #chat2lrn today. Smart, smart peeps! 17:04:15
CHopeMurray Couldn’t attend the full hour but great value when I was able to attend, do you provide hashtag report? #chat2lrn 17:04:15
alc47 Looking forward to it – and a bit of warmth! RT @JD_Dillon: @alc47 Definitely! Its in my backyard. #chat2lrn 17:04:39
tomspiglanin Hiya, Coline! See you tonight! @pmtrainer @lesleywprice @chat2lrn #chat2lrn 17:04:57
FionaQuigs Thanks for all the #chat2lrn contributions. See you in two weeks time! 17:05:00
StephanieDedhar Thanks all. Fast and furious but interesting 🙂 Home time for me now, see/tweet with you again soon! #chat2lrn 17:05:02
sparkandco @CHopeMurray watch the #chat2lrn space or check here: http://t.co/Othpc8NY 17:05:40
gihanw RT @lesleywprice: Amazon approach is when peeps review what they have purchased 🙂 #chat2lrn 17:05:46
FionaQuigs @StephanieDedhar thanks for your insights Stephanie 🙂 #chat2lrn 17:05:49
JudithELS RT @FionaQuigs: Thanks for all the #chat2lrn contributions. See you in two weeks time! <Yes, thanks everyone, it was gr8! #chat2lrn 17:05:50
marklearns @fionaquigs @kategraham23 I think since it’s online, you’ve gone from “shovel” to “backhoe” #chat2lrn 17:05:52
FionaQuigs @marklearns @kategraham23 what’s backhoe? #chat2lrn 17:06:29
tomspiglanin Ha! RT @marklearns @fionaquigs @kategraham23 I think since it’s online, you’ve gone from “shovel” to “backhoe” #chat2lrn 17:06:41
DrGeena As always, great chat. I was in and out as usual but it is always inspiring. #chat2lrn 17:07:22
pmtrainer Hey chat2lrn peeps, I’m doing a session on twitter for Learning Pros at 6pm PT. Need some contribution from you. Hash is #tweetOC #chat2lrn 17:07:24
gihanw @CourtneyGendron Amazon is big on crowd response, people rely on the crowd reviews to inform their buying behaviour too #chat2lrn 17:07:36
pmtrainer Yes Tom I’m loking forward to it RT @tomspiglanin: Hiya, Coline! See you tonight! @pmtrainer @lesleywprice @chat2lrn #chat2lrn 17:07:57
AndreaMay1 RT @fionaquigs: @marklearns @kategraham23 what’s backhoe? #chat2lrn < an excavator type machine 🙂 17:08:04
mylearningworx RT @chat2lrn: #chat2lrn is tackling the topic of Bring Your Own Device in two weeks time. A blog or article to get the cogs moving coming soon… 17:08:55
JaneBozarth @megbertapelle In meetings & couldn’t answer sooner., Once crowsdourced  work proj on Twitter for NC Gov’s office,sent it verbatim #chat2lrn 17:08:58
TriciaRansom Did I miss #chat2lrn? drats 17:09:11
AndreaMay1 RT @pmtrainer: I’m doing a session on twitter for Learning Pros at 6pm PT. Need contributions. Hash is #tweetOC #chat2lrn <I’ll try to join 17:09:27
mylearningworx Phew, what a great hour that was on #chat2lrn. Loads to think about *writes notes furiously* 17:09:58
pmtrainer Me too Tricia 😦 that would be a double drats RT @TriciaRansom: Did I miss #chat2lrn? drats #chat2lrn 17:10:05
watfordgap .@lesleywprice @kategraham23 scrolling back through #chat2lrn tweets, looks good, @learningpool community love collaborating on #elearning 17:10:24
watfordgap @lesleywprice do like the @openbadges for #elearning idea, was at the manchester workshop 🙂 #chat2lrn 17:13:19
mylearningworx @stipton @LisaAGoldstein Thanks for the follow, great to ‘meet’ you in #chat2lrn today 🙂 17:15:22
jess1ecat My timeline is full of learning nuggets from #chat2lrn can’t wait to catch up with the chat on crowdsourcing & learning http://t.co/KMxWYN8h 17:16:03
FionaQuigs RT @jess1ecat: My timeline is full of learning nuggets from #chat2lrn can’t wait to catch up with the chat on crowdsourcing & learning http://t.co/KMxWYN8h 17:17:02
LT13uk RT @lesleywprice: Great chat…wow!  Bit frenetic at times….but fun 🙂  Hope to see lots of my #PLN at #LT13UK next week #chat2lrn 17:17:14
normanlamont #lt13UK I’m a speaker in one session & facilitator in another ( #chat2lrn) so the first conference where I can’t hide away in a corner! 17:22:22
jimbobtyer Not a fan of early meetings that mean I have to miss #chat2lrn. Hope it was a great conversation. 17:23:37
normanlamont #chat2lrn at Learning Technologies if you want to chat about brain-dump avoidance! 17:23:50
Technologypr_eu RT @alc47: Sadly – puts clients off learning RT @simonwellard: Qwrap) jargon and acronyms are abound in the world of learning #chat2lrn 17:25:20
kategraham23 RT @normanlamont: #lt13UK I’m speaker & facilitator (#chat2lrn) so first conf where I can’t hide in a corner! > I’ll be in your session! 17:25:24
olliegardener RT @TriciaRansom: Hello Twitterville! Anyone out there with experience putting a mobile learning plan into place? #chat2lrn #lrnchat #lt13uk 17:28:51
mylearningworx @AndreaMay1 Hi Andrea, thanks for the follow, great to have you along on today’s #chat2lrn 🙂 17:28:57
AndreaMay1 @mylearningworx You too! It was a good one today #chat2lrn 17:53:58
tomspiglanin @mylearningworx Thanks for great interaction and contributions to #chat2lrn today. Nice virtually meeting you! 17:54:09
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