Wang-Nastansky, Pei: Everything about e-Learning seems to be wrong so far, the Knowledge Society is different, Groupware Competence Center, University of Paderborn 2001.

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YEAR: 2001
 

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The e-Learning Challenge
Experiences, concepts, technologies
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    Agenda
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  • 0 Scenario
  • 1 <Knowledge Society>
  • 2 Value goes virtual
  • 3 Learning Institutions
  • 4 Learning models
  • 5 Technology ! ?
  • 6 Learning is Process
  • 7 What they do
  • 8 What should be in e-learning platforms?
  • 9 <Profit> in e-education?
  • 10 Start, now!
  • 11 Conclusion





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0. Scenario: Knowledge Management, the difficult one
- IT-paradigm for the upcoming decade?

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  • software development
  • IT-product creation
  • IT-service offerings
  • business consulting
  • professional conference industry
  • venture capital opportunities
  • public awareness
Hide details for Business challenges in managing the valuable and scarce resource 'knowledge', e.g. ...Business challenges in managing the valuable and scarce resource 'knowledge', e.g. ...
  • increasing complexities of worldwide competitive markets
  • shorter product and service cycles on the output side
  • swifter technology changes in internal production processes
  • more flexibility in supply change management processes on the input side
  • a current climate largely supporting innovation
  • general intensification of internal as well as external networking of business processes.
Hide details for KM in research is spanning a wide range of disciplines, e.g. ...KM in research is spanning a wide range of disciplines, e.g. ...
  • business management, mathematics, artificial intelligence, neural networks, computer science, economics, organizational sciences, or new interdisciplinary approaches creatively combining innovative research results in medicine, psychology, biology, physics, and system sciences.
Hide details for Processes: focus on underlying KM character and operationally re-usable KM constituenciesProcesses: focus on underlying KM character and operationally re-usable KM constituencies
  • KM not only by summing up knowledge items stored and retrieved from perfect KM databases. What is equally important is to put these knowledge items as resources in a working procedural context. 'Knowledge' thereby being embossed in the structural statics as well as flow dynamics of organizational process environments.
Hide details for KM properties of two essential organizational process types: projects and workflows.KM properties of two essential organizational process types: projects and workflows.
  • Projects. As an important organizational reality projects emerge in almost every organization as one-time processes.
  • Workflows. On the other hand, highly repetitive processes, i.e. workflows

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GCC-KM-PROCESS model as result of ten years of applied research

  • within the academic framework of the Groupware Competence Center [GCC -
    http://gcc.uni-paderborn.de] at the University of Paderborn, Germany)
  • complemented by six years of industry strength professional software development and marketing on the Lotus Notes/Domino market (by GCC's partner on the business side PAVONE AG, Paderborn, Germany and UK [ http://pavone.com]).
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