Nowadays it's common to see terms tangled up: social media, social learning, collaboration, communities, social business, social strategies. Let's take a few moments to talk about terms and look at real ways organizations can measure the worth of social interactions, particularly as they pertain to learning.
• Social learning: it's not new
• Social learning: it's already happening in your organization
• Social learning: it's not necessarily about any tools or technologies
• Interactions: how can you measure the value of time spent in communities and conversation?
Click for a recording of the webinar.
See below for a PDF of the presentation and the raw text chat.
Great webinar emphasising the fact that social learning is nothing new, I'm liberally referencing your book Social Media for Trainers in my MSc research project exploring the effectiveness of Social Computing for Workplace Learning - where I am endeavouring to identify what it is that social computing brings to social learning (in the workplace).
Some early highlights of an ongoing data gathering exercise that I am undertaking until 20th July are posted here: