I suppose I must thank you all...
Sorry for a bit of self gratification but I had to tell you about this.
I have been approached recently by Colleen Carmean, a PhD candidate at
Colleen asked if I was interested in contributing to her research. I accepted with pleasure but what I really had to mention here on my blog is the fact that her research started with a selective analysis of Knowledge & Learning related sites (http://cmcarmean.googlepages.com/tappingknowledgeintheblogosphere ).
Colleen explains on her site:
“The study tapped into the Blogosphere's version of both popularity and peer review to determine trusted
"experts" who are writing about:
- organizational knowledge
- organizational learning
- just in time learning
- informal learning
- emergent learning. “
So I must thank you all, regular readers of my blog, for your encouraging support.
Colleen then writes to define her objective:
“it is the intention of this study to gather knowledge on effective design and support of environments for shared knowledge via collective inquiry by community-identified and connected experts. How we can best design and support emergent learning in the creation of organizational and shared knowledge?”