Was für ein Jahr! Nein, das sage ich nicht jeden Dezember, dieses Jahr war wirklich ein besonderes. Mit vielen Höhen, aber auch Tiefen. Mit ganz viel Gelerntem.
Currently I am working on a project that includes visualisation of information and knowledge, respectively. Visualisations can help to clarify information, to compress large amounts of information, to transfer knowledge, to trigger insights in the viewer, and to support the creation of new knowledge by stimulating imaginary.
Humans, Organisation and Technology are considered the three cornerstones of KM. Technology is the easy one. Design and implementation of information and communication infrastructures and tools.
So it’s this time of the year when Jane Hart compiles her Top 200 Tools for Learning. It’s her 10th list of tools that help people in professional and personal learning, workplace learning, and education, and it’s based on votings by learning professionals worldwide.
I’m sure you’re a hacker. Yes, you. I am sure you already hacked something at least once in your life. You don’t believe me?
When I tell people I am dealing with Knowledge Management, I normally get one of these three reactions: Wide eyes: What the hell are you talking about?
In the management of knowledge, neither the individual nor the community is fully aware of the depth or range of its knowledge. Asking an individual what he knows in isolation from context of knowledge use just does not work.
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