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Mob Rule Learning : Camps, Unconferences, and Trashing the Talking Headby Unknown
Information Today, Inc.
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In response to the increasing failure to successfully instruct through traditional conferences and learning environments, this comprehensive resource offers the first examination of, and guide to, the "unconference" movement. Dissecting the impact of internet "mob rule" on continuing education and training, this book shows how a new breed of digital solutions--including camps, "unconferences," and peer learning strategies--successfully put the power of knowledge in the hands of learners. In addition to providing a step-by-step approach to planning and leading a successful camp or "unconference," numerous case studies are presented, as well as interviews and examples of emerging education and training models for organizations, businesses, and community groups of all sizes.
Michelle Boule is a librarian. She lives in Houston.
Table of Contents
|About the Website||p. xiii|
|And So It Begins||p. 1|
|Traditional Conferences: What They Do and How They Get It Wrong||p. 5|
|(Un)Defining a Camp or Unconference||p. 17|
|The Good, the Bad, and the Unscripted||p. 35|
|How to Plan and Execute a Successful Camp||p. 49|
|Unconference Case Studies||p. 67|
|Applying the Unconference Structure Beyond Conferences and the Future of the Movement||p. 87|
|Changing the Rules of Learning||p. 99|
|Traditional Classrooms: What Is Missing?||p. 103|
|Benefits and Challenges to Leaving the Traditional Classroom Behind||p. 115|
|Creating Your Own Knowledge Ecosystem: Harnessing the Power of Mob Labor||p. 143|
|Planting, Caring For, and Feeding Your Mob||p. 159|
|Education Case Studies||p. 177|
|The Future of the Self-Educated Mob||p. 197|
|Afterword: A Conclusion and Manifesto||p. 203|
|Appendix: Tools and Glossary||p. 205|
|About the Author||p. 217|
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