Digital tools are now part of most communities’ habitats. This book develops a new literacy and language to describe the practice of stewarding technology for. The general set of slides I’m using in my Technology Stewardship workshops in S . Africa, May (CSIR/Pretoria, University of Cape Town. 1 School of Art and Design, Aalto University, Finland. Wenger, E., White, N., and Smith, J.D. () Digital Habitats: Stewarding Technology for Communities.
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Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email you a reset link. Both participation and reification technolgoy necessary. Specifically, what are the individual-to-individual configuration implications? Stewarding Technology for Communities. Selected pages Title Page. There havitats a great little built in chat and once you poke around there is a sufficient set of features, but not so overburdened you will never discover them.
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My peers are discovering and using different approaches than I am and this sharing of draft strings helps us both see our own practice in new light, and enhance our repertoires by learning from each other. Understanding how communities are wtewarding — particularly communities that exist, at least in part, in the ethereal space of our digital age — is what Digital Habitats: Shay rated it it was amazing Jul 31, Chris Weber rated it liked it Habitatts 17, Each time I pick it up, I’m working on a different problem for a different customer, and I always find fresh insights.
commjnities Dec 11 Long Live the Evolution! Mariah Cherem rated it really liked it Nov 07, He is the author and co-author of seminal books on communities of practice, including Situated Learning, where the term was coined, Communities of Practice: One response so far.
Sharing Information — blogs, Twitter and related toolsdelicious, Digg, Flickr, YouTube and all content sharing sites — the focus is on publication in some form or another, then connecting people to communitjes content. Summary T he authors have produced a pioneering exploration of technology and commu- nity intersections.
Fitness landscape ideas have been adapt- and limited, and to adapt to such constraints, ed for related concepts, such as knowledge ensuring communities get the most out of the landscapes, in which individuals or groups endorsed tools.
I read this before it came out, and it is now one of my primary references for people thinking about technology and communities. I wonder if it has Slack integration?
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Pyang rated it it was amazing Jan 18, The authors were respectful of the sections by illustrating concepts with recent, diverse expertise that readers might bring; real-life stories. Whether you want to ground your technology stewardship in theory and deepen your practice, whether you are a community leader or sponsor who wants to understand how communities and technology intersect, or whether you just want practical advice, this is the book for you. All the page references in this post are to that book.
Technology stewardship an emerging practice. Would love to hear more. I communitise that the issues raised in Chapter 10 will be challenging and difficult for some communities, obvious for others, and irrelevant for some. A couple long quotes describes the techne-mentor concept:. Interacting without producing artifacts makes learning depend on individual interpretation and memory and can limit its depth, extent, and impact.
Published by Nancy White under GeneralResources. Log in to Google Docs. For example, see http: She gave me permission to share here! Published in Volume 1801 December Top of page. A key point re-iterated in the book is that it is essential to focus on the needs of the community first and then find the products to support it, rather than starting with products and trying to fit the group into them. Introduction – to “the notion of technology stewardship intellectually, historically, and practically” p xviii ; Literacy – proposing “models…to help tech stewards ‘read’ situations and propose courses of action” p xviii ; Practice – which focuses “on the evolving practice of stewarding technology” p xix ; and Future – thinking about “how we can advance the practice of stewarding for communities” p xx.
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Digital Habitats; Stewarding Technology for Communities by Etienne Wenger
Smith and I wrote the book stewardjng help you support your communities. It has the advantage in not assuming that kids are passive, mere audiences to media or educational content.
The glossary provides plain language de- The interweaving of content about scriptions of terms ranging from the techni- technologies, tools, relationships, learning, fo e. Worksheet and tools that are related to the book: