How will emergent web2.0 applications influence KM, learning and relationships?
Been presenting at AOK these past two weeks, looking at the links between social knowledge and social software. Things are moving ever faster - making it difficult for me to keep up with the exciting new services, applications and enhancements.
Knowledge sharing and social software - an open wiki
Web feeds are driving ways to connect, notify, and offer novel, useful ways to keep you informed. New cultures are coming such as rip, mix, burn, learn that promise to speed creativity, re-purpose content and distribute via different channels are on the rise. Podcasts offer a neat way to access JIT information while 'on-the-go', when combined with synchronization (iTunes, Odeo, iPodder), this is a powerful way to subscribe to very directed content and news.
Collaborative concept mapping is a powerful knowledge practice that encourages alternative ways to make connections and uses visual and spatial reasoning to convey deeper meaning.
Mashups promise to integrate content sources and result in new genre.
Textologies from UBC is a useful place for keeping abreast of developments associated with learning2.0.
Please feel free to add, anneal, refactor and rehash this open wiki.