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L2A Links for August 26th

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Learn to Adapt Links for January 5th through January 13th

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Learn to Adapt Links for November 30th through December 1st

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Learn to Adapt Links for November 11th through November 12th

  • TogetherLearn – From the site: "togetherlearn is a turn-key platform where knowledge workers can collaborate, solve problems, converse, share ideas, brainstorm, learn, bond, talk, explain, communicate, conceptualize, tell stories, help one another, teach, serve customers, clue in partners, keep up to date, meet, flirt, shout, forge partnerships, build communities, and distribute information."
  • A Critical Choice Regarding Innovation – O’Reilly Radar – Good post from Tim O'Reilly regarding innovation and the drivers behind it. It reminds us that collective intelligence is strong in problem solving and knowledge gathering, but there are other drivers at work behind successful innovation
  • Enterprise 2.0: Identify Problem, Find Solution, Then Tools | SocialComputingMagazine.com – Stephen Collins (who I had the great pleasure of teaming with to deliver Web 2.0 learning in Australia) posts an insightful entry on how technology is only the enabler for successful Enterprise 2.0: "Enterprise 2.0 is about the tools least of all – it's principally about people and organisations, the cultures within and among them…"

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Learn to Adapt Links for August 18th

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Learn to Adapt Links for May 28th through May 30th

  • All Sites Must Go Social – "Companies are integrating social media applications into their own site to add personalization and create a sense of community." Think of how this can be used to turn any e-learning site into a social learning site!
  • Wasps Reveal Clues about the Evolution of Intelligence: Scientific American – Experts have long suspected that complex social interaction drove the evolution of large brains in humans. Now a study in wasps supports and refines that theory: it seems that dominant individuals have larger brain regions responsible for higher-order cog
  • Web Strategy: The Three Spheres of Web Strategy (and the skills required) – A great graphic model from Jeremiah Owyang about the balance of community, business, and tech needed for successful websites. Like most three-legged stool models, it can be extrapolated to other things such as biz in general.
  • Web 2.0 Executive Bootcamp – Applied Trends – I'm greatly looking forward to joining Scott Gavin for the first delivery of the Web 2.0 Executive Bootcamp in London on 30 September. If you will be in London that time, please join us for a great day of strategic learning.

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Jeff’s del.icio.us bookmarks for February 11th

These are my links for February 11th:

  • Learning 2.1 – This is an updated version of the fun site put together for Public Library of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County to teach staff about the world of Web 2.0. It is a great resource for people who want a hands-on guided tour of Web 2.0.
  • Minds on Fire: Open Education, the Long Tail, and Learning 2.0 (EDUCAUSE Review) | EDUCAUSE CONNECT – Broad and thoughtful article from John Seely Brown and Richard P. Adler that pulls together many of the main themes in how the Web is changing the way we learn. Also has a good discussion on learning how to learn.
  • Business Models on the Web | Professor Michael Rappa – This is a great summary of Web business models. Focuses on "front door" models and does not discuss API-based revenue, but some of the model classifications could be further interpreted that way.

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