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- September 2012
Haas Jr. Fund
OSI Media and Information
- Beyond Tweeting
Annie E Casey Foundation
PRH Team Packard Foundation
Packard Foundation OE Wiki
Resources for Foundations
Beth's Wiki Portfolios
Social Media Workshops
Visiting Scholar Work 2012
Beth Kanter's Personal Portfolio
Train the Trainers
Peer Learning Projects
Friending the Finish Line
Social Media Lab
Curation Planning Questions
Seek, Sense, Share
1. Identify Goal
What is the value that self-directed learning can bring to your work?
What do you want to accomplish?
What topics do you need to follow to reach your goal?
Don’t pick too many. Be specific
What are the best sources to follow? Blogs, Web Sites, Individuals
Less is more. Build slowly. Delete if no longer valuable
How to organize
How will you build at least 15 minutes a day to seek out information?
When and how can you make the time for sense-making?
How can you link it to a work task?
How will you integrate “sense-making” activities into your routine?
Who are the most important people to share with?
What networks do you want so share? Internal? External?
How often will you share?
How will you build daily sharing time that includes reading/commenting on someone else’s curated lists or posts?
How will keep a discipline to share only the best stuff?
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