Social Computing and Learning

Three different, interesting takes on social computing:

Mike Fisher has analysed various social computing tools into Bloom’s taxonomy of learning objectives – ie which tools fit where according to th level or depth of learning you want to achieve.

Olivier Amprimo has a very systematic analysis of how the knowledge organisation requires social computing tools and why, leading to some very practical examples (video of a talk for iKMS).

Ron Young argues that social computing massively enables personal knowledge management, and this in turn puts enormous pressure on organisations to adopt knowledge management practices (video of a talk for iKMS).

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