Online Workshop runs 23 April – 4 May 2012
Hosted by Jane Hart and facilitated by Harold Jarche at the Social Learning Centre.
This online workshop on adapting to the networked world of work includes tools, tips and techniques from two facilitators who have been connecting, communicating and collaborating online for over fifteen years. The workshop is for anyone looking to understand the digital reality of the connected economy. Whether you are a freelancer, work in an organisation, or want to connect beyond the corporate walls, this is designed to give you a head start in developing a personal sense-making framework.
Here are some comments from our previous workshop:
“There is a saying that “when the student is ready the master (teacher) shows up” and that is how I see this course.”
“Without any coherent strategy I often was not persistent in my undertakings. This course gave me an excellent opportunity to evaluate my position and to work out an appropriate approach.”
“I used a time tracking tool to get a feeling for how much time I spend on seeking, sensing and sharing … So reducing my seeking and spending more time sensing (converting things into high quality content) is my most important goal for the next few months.”
Over the two-week period there will be 5 (web-based) assignments that provide an introduction to the topic with links to additional reading as well as individual activities and group discussions. You can complete the assignments whenever it is convenient for you. There will be one synchronous activity at the end. Your total time commitment should be about one hour per day, though there is the potential to do more optional assignments should you desire.
For the full Agenda and details how to sign up for the Workshop, visit the PKM Online Workshop page at the Social Learning Centre.