It is International Working Out Loud week. Which is serendipitous, as it coincides with my usual routine of a) having a lot of half-baked ideas about how to tweak the course I teach that begins in January (#msloc430) and b) waiting until the last possible moment to put it all together. So here we go … Continue reading Re-habiting the working out loud habit: What I am working on this week #wolweek
So rather than over-thinking, I've tried to opt for do-ing. Small steps. But msloc430.net is up. I let CogDog be the guide, set up the syndicated category hierarchy, installed the FeedWordPress plugin and let it rip. Bingo. Syn-dication. Really this is just messing around. But lately I'm beginning to understand the value of iterating - … Continue reading Proto. Type.
I started this post last night, reflecting at the end-of-the-day for day one of our Working Out Loud week. Was a bit too tired to finish it in a coherent fashion. Serendipity. A theme emerged. Along with the coffee. I woke up this morning to a blog post from Helen Crump in which she shares … Continue reading Making peace with ambiguity #msloc430 #wol
I'll be here, narrating some of my own work and thoughts on this effort as we go through the week ahead. But we're already witnessing the kind of experimentation that a short-burst work-out-loud event seems to inspire - both on Twitter and within our graduate program's private enterprise social network. And what can happen when … Continue reading Warming up to the official start of #msloc430 Working Out Loud Week May 4-10
We're experimenting. May 4-10 will be working-out-loud week for graduate students in MSLOC 430, the course I teach covering enterprise social networks, work and learning. On Twitter, watch the #msloc430 #wol hashtags. Here's how we're set up. The main topics The course is part of the Master's Program in Learning and Organizational Change at Northwestern … Continue reading An #msloc430 Working Out Loud Week May 4-10