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Exploring the practice of Working Out Loud

About a decade back I had decided to sink my teeth in bringing new life to a dormant knowledge center. From the beginning it was clear that the change of approach and working style would require my new colleagues to gain an insight in: ‘learning about learning’ and that we […]

by × 09/04/2015 ×

Guestblogs, Sensemaking

A guest blog for the Journal ‘Challenging Organisations and Society’

A guest blog for the Journal ‘Challenging Organisations and Society’

MOOCs can get under your skin Posted on January 15, 2014 by Russell Kerkhoven MOOCs , Massive Open Online Courses, proliferated further in 2013. Check out Coursera (https://www.coursera.org/courses), Udacity (https://www.udacity.com/courses), Khan Academy (https://www.khanacademy.org/) and others. MOOCs are a fascinating development in formal education and learning, as they look so promising […]

by × 07/02/2014 ×

Sensemaking, Social Media

Let’s make Sense of Seek

Let’s make Sense of Seek

A guestblog written for Ennuonline on the occassion of the Masterclass with Harold Jarche heldin the Hague, 30 January 2014 Jarche’s Personal Knowledge Management model and approach are a fine example of a model developed by a professional and tested in practice by many. I first came across his Seek-Sense-Share […]

by × 06/02/2014 ×

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