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Fuentes de Información en Química

Fuentes de Información en Química

Carmen Salguero

on 21 June 2010

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Fuentes de
Información en Química Can I have a wiki with that? The same event
different perspectives Storm clouds appoaching Rainfall intensity Warning! Storms approaching Organising Information Dewey Decimal system organised everything!
We just had to find it! We have to rethink it Mapping information is one way Tagging is another howto reference (for) education These are cool too! Connections are important Mapping connections shows us how information flows, from you to me, from me to you, from them to them. Local <-> Global Individual <-> Collective You are here Or here But mostly here and here all things are connected Information is connected in multiple ways.
We can explore connections.
New ways are being developed everyday! Two levels deep, centered on History (WikiViz v4). - http://www.chrisharrison.net/projects/wikiviz/index.html Visualising
connections This is our wiki The Internet is a series of connections between cities,
between people
between ideas Like a wiki - connecting and categorising information We are
learning Developing Knowledge A practical example This man loves fish to Knowledge about fishing Applying fishing
knowledge Reflecting and collecting
knowledge about fish He makes and shares fishing resources A wiki page about fishing
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fishing A blog about fishing
http://www.blackmarlinfishingblog.com/ A community around fishing
http://www.flyfishingcommunity.com/ Writes a book
How to become obsessed with fishing: your guide to being a fish lover Was @fish-lover here before @oprah? Knowing ... Knowing who ... is important in social and in organisational life. You don’t need to know everything yourself if you know that someone else, to whom you have access, has knowledge or expertise in that area. Knowing why ... is deeper than the others, and suggests some insight into causes, and perhaps having a theoretical model of the area that counts as real expertise. Knowing what ... refers to the basic vocabulary, facts and conceptual relationships in an area of knowledge Knowing how ... refers to the ability to do something, to apply knowledge appropriately. Other forms can often be subsumed within these two, but are worth separating out as commonly occurring cases. Knowing when ... refers to the sense of timing involved in applying knowledge to maximum effect. The musician playing the cymbals in Tchaikovsky’s 1812 overture needs to know little more than when.
Managing Knowledge? How to represent and model knowledge explicitly… so it can be shared and used EFFECTIVELY. Historically, different lines of work have converged around this issue, leading to the huge diversity of definitions, background literatures and emphases.
People and organisations
are said to have knowledge The grapevine Watercooler
conversations Knowledge management:
the purposive activities of identifying, remembering, communicating and applying valuable information in context.
This is not a PowerPoint!
PowerPoint SUCKS the life out of you!
It says so in this video! http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoID=1529637984
Watch it, you KNOW you want to! Lightning striking Sharing ideas is about selling them
Selling ideas is about sharing them
This is a 'remarkable' video! http://mirror.bom.gov.au/products/IDR664.loop.shtml http://www.bom.gov.au/weather/qld/ http://info.energex.com.au/tracker/asp/lightningtracker.asp THEORETICAL KNOWLEDGE

A set of concepts, schemes or frames of reference that present an organised view of a phenomenon and enable the professional to explain, describe, predict or control the world.

Knowledge derived from research involving the systematic gathering and interpretation of data in order to document and describe experiences, explain events, predict future states or evaluate outcomes.

Knowledge about organisational, legislative or policy context within which social work operates.

Knowledge gained from the conduct of social work practice with is formed through the process of working with a number of cases involving the same problem or gained through work with different problems which possess dimensions of understanding which are transferable to the problem at hand.

An inherent or spontaneous process where the worker is necessarily committing him or herself to action outside of immediate consciousness, or is action based on a personalised notion of 'common sense'. Such knowledge includes intuition, cultural knowledge and common sense. PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE

The cumulated information or understanding deriving from theory, research, practice or experiences considered to contribute to the profession's understanding of its work that serves as a guide to its practice. What was the point of this? Sharing knowledge obviously.
And notice how 'professional' the presentation is! As seen on Oprah!!! Using KM Tools Multiple perspectives are useful for understanding complex issues. These are examples of Knowledge Management A collection of people's knowledge Experiences about fishing Sharing information about fishing USA Europe Asia Knowledge should not just be collected... used shaped shared developed KM Tools help us to do this Knowledge
can help us
GROW What can you do? It should be ... Using knowledge
that has been
categorised by others
makes finding things
easier for us. Maps are connections between ideas
So are tags
So are categories Australia Its management
helps us learn Delicious.com
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