Tags: Social Computing, Web 2.0, Social Software, Social Networking, Michael Wesch, Knowledge Sharing, Knowledge Management, KM, Collaboration, Communities, World Wide Web, Deus Remember when not too long ago I mentioned how I was actually quite content with having, once and for all, my blogroll updated over here and how I said we are all what … Continue reading Web 2.0 … The Machine is Us/ing Us – On What the World Wide Web Was Ever Meant to Be?
Through Des Walsh‘s weblog post Social Media De-mazed I have actually been able to locate another really good resource to help out all those folks who would want to go and read through a very comprehensive introductory guide on how to get the most out of social software, i.e. the so-called Web 2.0, and get … Continue reading Introductory Guide to Social Software By Trevor Cook and Lee Hopkins
In the past, and for a good number of weblog posts, I have been talking over here about the importance of Tacit Knowledge in the coming back of Knowledge Management thanks, amongst other things, to the emergence of social software that helps boost collaboration and knowledge sharing in multiple different scenarios. For a number of … Continue reading Screencasting of Tacit Knowledge
Not long ago I created a weblog post over at elsua @ ITtoolbox where I was actually sharing my views and thoughts about one very impressive social software offering to be able to conduct online e-meetings effectively in order to share your knowledge with others and collaborate further much more efficiently. And all of that … Continue reading Screen Sharing Tools and Technology – A Mini Guide
If earlier on today I created a weblog post about the level of accuracy from a news article on weblogging created over a year ago, here you have got another different example that proves the point that some times when you bump into really good content it doesn’t really matter how long ago it was … Continue reading The Business Case for Enterprise Blogs – It Is Still (Personal) Knowledge Management
If you remember, back in January I created a weblog post regarding how good screencasts are to augment instruction and knowledge sharing, specially when you would need to conduct demos or show people about a new tool, a new process, whatever, you name it. Having the possibility of not just listening but also viewing something … Continue reading Top Ten Tips for Creating Effective Screencasts
It has been a little while since I have last weblogged about some interesting knowledge, collaboration and productivity tools, specially those who may help increase our knowledge skills, so I thought I would just share with you a nice tool I bumped into earlier on today thanks to one of my colleagues, Stefano. We had … Continue reading Free iPod Video Converter – Take Your Learning with You Wherever You May Go!
Another interesting weblog post that I have found on my RSS feeds for today has been the one that Phil Windley has shared over at Phil Windley’s Technometria regarding the subject of using screencasts as a very powerful way to augment instruction. And I just couldn’t have agreed with him more on this very same … Continue reading Using Screencasts to Augment Instruction
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) How many times have you had to type the same password all over the place to access whatever the application you would need to access? How many different passwords you have got for all those web sites or applications that you visit / use once or twice and by the … Continue reading Simple Single Sign-on
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) Ok, I think it is now a good time to start up with a new category in my weblog dedicated to the wonderful world of screencasts. Yes, those computer outputs that lots of people have been talking about and which become really effective when you want to demonstrate something in … Continue reading Wink – Create Program Presentations in Flash Without Effort