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Friday, May 23

  1. page cp2 edited Dear Viewers, this is a private workspace, not a community one. You are welcome to view and brow…

    Dear Viewers, this is a private workspace, not a community one. You are welcome to view and browse but requests to join this space will be ignored for a time and eventually rejected (nothing personal ;-)). If you have a reason to work here you can of course request entry by contacting the owners of this wiki.
    WiA FIELD TRIP
    WHO
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  2. page home edited Dear Dear Viewers, this ... be ignored for a time and eventually ... (nothing personal ;…
    Dear
    Dear
    Viewers, this
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    be ignored for a time and eventually
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    (nothing personal ;-));-)). If you have a reason to work here you can of course request entry by contacting the owners of this wiki.
    Social Networking - tags/folksonomy - RSS/aggregation
    Bee, this START is ready for your input teslej2007june
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    http://openwebpublishing.wikispaces.com/FAQ1
    http://openwebpublishing.wikispaces.com/FAQ2 has Tutorials on RSS and Collecting Feeds
    >>----
    a wiki by stds - check it out http://schools-wikipedia.org/wp/index/subject.htm
    I'm not sure if this is actually BY students. It seems to me to be a project of Wikipedia FOR students ?? yea?: http://schools-wikipedia.org/index.htm
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    3:23 am
  3. page home edited Dear Viewers, this is a private workspace, not a community one. You are welcome to view and brows…
    Dear Viewers, this is a private workspace, not a community one. You are welcome to view and browse but requests to join this space will be ignored and eventually rejected (nothing personal ;-))
    Social Networking - tags/folksonomy - RSS/aggregation
    Bee, this START is ready for your input teslej2007june
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    3:19 am

Saturday, May 10

  1. page cp2 edited ... Synchronous teleconference on Skype WHEN Wednesday May 7. 7, 2008. 17:00 GMT. OUR HOST …
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    Synchronous teleconference on Skype
    WHEN
    Wednesday May 7.7, 2008. 17:00 GMT.
    OUR HOST
    Vance Stevens, innovative community leader and one of the family's first cat herder, is our local tour host.
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    6:16 am
  2. page cp2 edited ... WHEN Wednesday May 7. 17:00 GMT. Check your local time. RSVP Please let us know if you pla…
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    WHEN
    Wednesday May 7. 17:00 GMT. Check your local time.
    RSVP
    Please let us know if you plan to join, so that we can add you to our Skype chat, and know who's present.Jot down your names below.
    Name:
    1. Robert Squires attempted to get in
    2. Elderbob Brannan joined and chimed in
    3.
    4.

    OUR HOST
    Vance Stevens, innovative community leader and one of the family's first cat herder, is our local tour host.
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    6:16 am

Wednesday, May 7

  1. page cp2 edited ... Our conversation with Etienne was recorded here: http://streamarchives.net/node/56> Etien…
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    Our conversation with Etienne was recorded here: http://streamarchives.net/node/56>
    Etienne and Susanne present for half an hour.
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    of chaos. ChristinaCristina Costa joins
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    quickly and ChristinaCristina explains how
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    and asks ChristinaCristina if she
    From minute 50 in this conversation Etienne said he was rethinking his views on CoPs as a result of his interactions with Webheads, especially regarding the nature of space occupied by the community. He said that we knew who we were in terms of domain and practice but that we had freed ourselves from constraints on space in spanning so many available spaces in distributing ourselves, and that this was a revelation to him in that we were clearly a CoP with very loosely defined boundaries. At the one hour mark, Chris Johnson joined us and talked about how in studying Webheads he had had to grapple with the amorphous nature of spaces we occupied. He noted that we extensively documented our experiments with various spaces and Etienne asked if there was a central repository for such documents. Carla Arena mentioned in the text chat that this would be the YahooGroup. At 1:03 minutes I mentioned that another bit of glue was our weekly meetings at http://tappedin.org (at time of the recording there had been over 400 such meetings, at time of this writing nearly 500). We spoke about what goes on in those meetings and importance of informal learning, and learning in informal spaces as opposed to 'meetings'.
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    he asked ChristinaCristina when she
    LOCATION
    Where do the Webheads congregate? The answer is complex. As this community has a dedication for experimenting with tools, documentation happens all the time and in many different constellations. There is no such focal point of the community, as Webheads are dispersed all over the web using their own tools and devices. One example of a community portal was set up by Jeff Lebow http://webheadsinaction.org on Drupal as a contribution from http://worldbridges.net. Although it aggregates links and news from webheads and all members have access to it, it is not the focal meeting point.
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  2. page cp2 edited ... At about the 30 min mark Etienne throws open the discussion and Webheads comes up at minute 33…
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    At about the 30 min mark Etienne throws open the discussion and Webheads comes up at minute 33. We talk about community spaces and the value of chaos. Christina Costa joins in and talks about her experiences with Webheads. Etienne is interested and asks her at minute 37:30 when she first felt she belonged to this community and how long it took her to achieve this feeling (he felt she had bonded with the community very quickly and Christina explains how it happened - Mona joins at mn. 45 and asks Christina if she felt she needed to meet Webheads f2f).
    From minute 50 in this conversation Etienne said he was rethinking his views on CoPs as a result of his interactions with Webheads, especially regarding the nature of space occupied by the community. He said that we knew who we were in terms of domain and practice but that we had freed ourselves from constraints on space in spanning so many available spaces in distributing ourselves, and that this was a revelation to him in that we were clearly a CoP with very loosely defined boundaries. At the one hour mark, Chris Johnson joined us and talked about how in studying Webheads he had had to grapple with the amorphous nature of spaces we occupied. He noted that we extensively documented our experiments with various spaces and Etienne asked if there was a central repository for such documents. Carla Arena mentioned in the text chat that this would be the YahooGroup. At 1:03 minutes I mentioned that another bit of glue was our weekly meetings at http://tappedin.org (at time of the recording there had been over 400 such meetings, at time of this writing nearly 500). We spoke about what goes on in those meetings and importance of informal learning, and learning in informal spaces as opposed to 'meetings'.
    At 1:10 Etienne noted that when he asked Christina when she felt she belonged to this community, and she answered, when her practice changed. "That was so sweet," he said :-)
    LOCATION
    Where do the Webheads congregate? The answer is complex. As this community has a dedication for experimenting with tools, documentation happens all the time and in many different constellations. There is no such focal point of the community, as Webheads are dispersed all over the web using their own tools and devices. One example of a community portal was set up by Jeff Lebow http://webheadsinaction.org on Drupal as a contribution from http://worldbridges.net. Although it aggregates links and news from webheads and all members have access to it, it is not the focal meeting point.
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    7:50 pm
  3. page cp2 edited ... Etienne and Susanne present for half an hour. At about the 30 min mark Etienne throws open th…
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    Etienne and Susanne present for half an hour.
    At about the 30 min mark Etienne throws open the discussion and Webheads comes up at minute 33. We talk about community spaces and the value of chaos. Christina Costa joins in and talks about her experiences with Webheads. Etienne is interested and asks her at minute 37:30 when she first felt she belonged to this community and how long it took her to achieve this feeling (he felt she had bonded with the community very quickly and Christina explains how it happened - Mona joins at mn. 45 and asks Christina if she felt she needed to meet Webheads f2f).
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    defined boundaries. At the one hour mark, Chris Johnson joined us and talked about how in studying Webheads he had had to grapple with the amorphous nature of spaces we occupied. He noted that we extensively documented our experiments with various spaces and Etienne asked if there was a central repository for such documents. Carla Arena mentioned in the text chat that this would be the YahooGroup. At 1:03 minutes I mentioned that another bit of glue was our weekly meetings at http://tappedin.org (at time of the recording there had been over 400 such meetings, at time of this writing nearly 500). We spoke about what goes on in those meetings and importance of informal learning, and learning in informal spaces as opposed to 'meetings'.
    LOCATION
    Where do the Webheads congregate? The answer is complex. As this community has a dedication for experimenting with tools, documentation happens all the time and in many different constellations. There is no such focal point of the community, as Webheads are dispersed all over the web using their own tools and devices. One example of a community portal was set up by Jeff Lebow http://webheadsinaction.org on Drupal as a contribution from http://worldbridges.net. Although it aggregates links and news from webheads and all members have access to it, it is not the focal meeting point.
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    7:46 pm
  4. page cp2 edited ... Please let us know if you plan to join, so that we can add you to our Skype chat, and know who…
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    Please let us know if you plan to join, so that we can add you to our Skype chat, and know who's present.Jot down your names below.
    Name:
    1. Robert Squires attempted to get in
    2. Elderbob Brannan joined and chimed in
    3.
    4.
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    Etienne and Susanne present for half an hour.
    At about the 30 min mark Etienne throws open the discussion and Webheads comes up at minute 33. We talk about community spaces and the value of chaos. Christina Costa joins in and talks about her experiences with Webheads. Etienne is interested and asks her at minute 37:30 when she first felt she belonged to this community and how long it took her to achieve this feeling (he felt she had bonded with the community very quickly and Christina explains how it happened - Mona joins at mn. 45 and asks Christina if she felt she needed to meet Webheads f2f).
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    minute 50 nin this conversation
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    interactions with Webheads. In our presentation this might be one possible pointWebheads, especially regarding the nature of departure.space occupied by the community. He said that we knew who we were in terms of domain and practice but that we had freed ourselves from constraints on space in spanning so many available spaces in distributing ourselves, and that this was a revelation to him in that we were clearly a CoP with very loosely defined boundaries.
    LOCATION
    Where do the Webheads congregate? The answer is complex. As this community has a dedication for experimenting with tools, documentation happens all the time and in many different constellations. There is no such focal point of the community, as Webheads are dispersed all over the web using their own tools and devices. One example of a community portal was set up by Jeff Lebow http://webheadsinaction.org on Drupal as a contribution from http://worldbridges.net. Although it aggregates links and news from webheads and all members have access to it, it is not the focal meeting point.
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    7:38 pm
  5. page cp2 edited ... Vance Stevens, innovative community leader and one of the family's first cat herder, is our lo…
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    Vance Stevens, innovative community leader and one of the family's first cat herder, is our local tour host.
    Vance's blog - adVancEducation: http://advanceducation.blogspot.com
    You can contact Vance via
    http://www.vancestevens.com/contactv.htm

    CoP BACKGROUND
    IDENTITY
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    11:18 am

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