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These are my links for November 20th from 15:18 to 15:24:

  • Planning to Share versus Just Sharing at EdTechPost – This is a long post, born out of years of frustration with ineffective institutional collaborations. If you only want the highlights, here they are: grow your network by sharing, not planning to share or deciding who to share with; the tech doesn’t determine the sharing – if you want to share, you will; weave your network by sharing what you can, and they will share what they can – people won’t share [without a lot of added incentives] stuff that’s not easy or compelling for them to share. Create virtuous cycles that amplify network effects. Given the right ’set,’ simple tech is all they need to get started
  • Learning to share learning – an exploration of methods to improve and share learning | Twine – A report prepared for the UK Commission for Health Improvement. March 2003This report is an illustrated literature review drawing on studies in the fields of education, psychology, organisational learning, personal learning, and participatory approaches to explore understanding of good learning practice. It includes more than 15 case studies that illustrate methodologies and approaches used to share learning in the business, public, and voluntary sectors, paying particular attention to the types of processes that encourage engagement with diverse communities of interest or multiple stakeholders.
  • This, That, and the Other Thing: Evernote and GTD – Evernote is a product that simulates a continuous feed of paper, much like a notebook. What makes Evernote GTD friendly is the ability to ‘tag’ documents within your tape, which gives you the ability, in my implementation, to see only one particular context at a time. Therefore, it’s easy to set up a GTD structure with projects, next actions, and reference material; moving current projects to a completed status, and out of your view, simply by changing the tags around.
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I use evernote on three different platforms in quite different ways. On my Tablet I use the Windows desktop version (original) to gather project and research notes. I use the Web version for general gathering of web clips. And, finally, I have just started using the iPhone version as part of my own schedule-diary-system (subsumes the functionality of GTD systems)

November 22nd, 2008 at 6:01 am

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