Surviving Information Overload 2016

Almost a year later of previous use of this drawing and with iPhone 7 out and Galaxy 7 burning we continue the conversation about Instant Knowledge Generation and Device Oriented Learning. Are we surviving Information Overload?

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Reducing Information Overload was done on 2011 to be used after the information overload presentation to emphasize the use of the iPad in E-learning. Oct 2013

Reblogged this on josetoons & scoutoons and commented:

This cartoon was updated after getting my first iPhone. Two years later I got an iPhone 6S+ with a bigger screen and still reducing information overload. Nov 2015

 

Original blog: https://josetoons.wordpress.com/2013/10/30/surviving-or-reducing-information-overload/

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Instant Knowledge Generation: Young Leaders of Tomorrow.

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We are updating #TECHKnowledge: Five knowledge trends using technology. Young digital leaders of tomorrow are already beyond the #hashtags exploring for #InstantKnowledge. The #InstantKnowledgeGeneration is already connected. Stay tune. #IknowGen

Drawing shows 2013 college student exploring new virtual worlds with tablets and smartphones. New generation of smartphones, apps, and faster connections are contributing to expand instant knowledge. What is next?

#TECHKnowledge: Five knowledge trends using technology

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How to combine technology and the outdoors to improve knowledge. We are all connected to people and nature. The university is outdoors.

1. Connected Learning = Social media learning. #socialmedialearning
2. Device Oriented Learning = Mobile knowledge. #mlearning
3. Team Based Learning = Share individual strengths for collaborative solutions. #teamlearning.
4. Outdoors Classrooms = Connect learners with nature. #outdoorsuniversity
5. Leadership Learning = Lead yourself and others. #youthleaders
#drjosecampus

Teleducator Network. A navigational chart to integrate online learning resources

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The Teleducator Network is our Navigational Chart to access our current educational, business, and community resources. The idea came while looking for solutions to reduce Information Overload in our online courses.

The Teleducator Network is an information and knowledge integrator where topics are organized by type of resources. Channels is about You Tube videos. Community has links to several organizations where I volunteer. Courses contain links to all courses including website companions, reading or slides. Labs are past and current project to enhance management, leadership, and systems courses and to test emerging technologies and methods. Students are involved on these labs using discussions, assignments, or team projects. Newsletters include paper.li and Scoop. Social media is an area to link to several Facebook pages, Linkedin, and Twitter. Websites & Blogs include personal and professional websites, blogs, and collaboration in other websites. The Teleducator Network is always “under construction” as new resources are constantly added.

Professors and students are invited to use and share resources, not only during a specific course, but as part of a continuous lifelong learning experience.

Browse through our online resources using the links on the left, or by using the drop-down menu at the top of this site.  You can also search for specific things as well.

Facebook Generation and Twitter in Education

Facebook generation and Twitter in education. We have several years doing it in our online courses. @DrLepervanche Twitter Updates in discussion forums #jCampus. Learning Edge in our Social Media Campus. www.socialmediacampus.org

America’s Facebook Generation Is Reading Strong : NPR.

Extreme Time Management. A Personal Leadership System. u01 Overview – YouTube

Time is one thing in the world that we cannot change. Information, communications, family, friends, and work overload our time. We fill our day with activities that overwhelm our capacity to handle them. We need extreme time management methods to cope with stress, unproductivity, and procrastination. Is not about multi-tasking, it is about packed-tasking.

Extreme Time Management. A Personal Leadership System. u01 Overview – YouTube.