2010-01-31 Resources for KIN Twitter Webinar

What do KM folks need to know about Twitter and the tool at work?
TwitterKM assembles resources and thinking to address that question?

2009-11-11 Capturing Resources for KIN Workshop Presentation December 2


See Collective Intelligence Crowdsourcing Prediction Markets Key References

Connected Intelligence Wiki Background and Resources

This wiki began March 2007 to support Jenny Ambrozek, Victoria Axelrod and Kiki Mulliner collaborating on the Learning Through Participation and Connecting Intelligence article published in the Australian Flexible Learning Framework's The Knowledge Tree, e-Journal of Learning Innovation August 6, 2007.

Victoria Axelrod and Jenny Ambrozek turned to the wiki again while co-authoring the Inside Knowledge article: "Prediction Markets: Co-creating an organization's future" scheduled for the March 2008 edition.
Our "Connecting Intelligence" article had referenced prediction markets, specifically Google's use. The Prediction Markets Masterclass Inside Knowledge dug deeper.

Current use is assembling ideas and resources for a context presentation on "Collective Intelligence" for the University of Warwick's Knowledge Innovation Network December 2 Workshop presentation on Prediction and Knowledge Markets

Thank you for visiting. Please feel free to add resources and or comments as you are inspired but note the House Rules before contributing.

Wiki Contributor House Rules

i. We welcome all readers but require you join as a member before editing pages.
ii. In doing so we also ask that you provide your real name to support rich professional, respectful contribution and sharing.
iii. Please add your name to the Participant list below to indicate your interest.
iv. Your presence and contributions are valued.
v. Questions or suggestions? Contact jenny at sageway dot com.

Jenny Ambrozek & Victoria G. Axelrod

Participants and Contributors

Jenny Ambrozek
Victoria Axelrod
Kiki Mulliner
Editor: Jo Murray (editor of The Knowledge Tree)
Tish Grier reporting learning from the Assignment Zero, Wired, collaborative writing project
Dave Hawthorne thinking about "innovation" and social structures
Sus Nyrop Any insights from your Danish vantage point welcome.
Jack Vinson.. Are there lessons from AOK Discussions that are relevant here?
Marco Camisani Calzolari List of collaborative tools

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