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Patterns and Sensemaking: Information Visualization George Siemens April 25, 2007
Topics Information growth and overload Aggregation, syndication – initial attempt to cope Information visualization: make sense of abundance
"If you have three pet dogs, give them names. If you have 10,000 head of cattle, don't bother" David Gelernter
Infoluenza failure to master our information resources and that to achieve contentment at work in solving our business problems See also Cures:
Brains crave patterns A pattern is –About sense making –Understanding –Temporary state of –Evolving, emergent –Aggregation, context, experience
Current state Information generation tools – exploded Aggregation tools – growing Data, information manipulation tools: embryonic
The beset graphics are about the useful and important, about life and death E. Tufte
Tags: Web of meaning
Visualization Grunt cognition Move to meaning/sensemaking Shifts perspectives Provides insight Memory New connections
Exposure of periphery: loose connections
Hierarchy Edge Bundles 3D File Manager Political blogosphere, 2004Blue Brain
Sensemaking What is it? What does it mean? What perspectives are included? Shared?
Where does knowledge reside?
Decentralized Distributed Disintermediated Disaggregated Dis-Integrated Democratic Dynamic Desegregated Via: Networks: Downes
What impacts network formation?
Spaces of knowledge
Networks & Ecologies Filter Foster Form patterns Create archive future repurposing
Yeah, ok, but whats the use? Network models of learning are adaptive Ecologies must be diverse and enabling Todays information is tomorrows sensemaking Sane, digital life Complex, integrated understanding Multi-faceted Multi-ontology
Learning Technologies Centre Connectivism Learning conceptualized through the lens of todays world George Siemens.
George Siemens global summit 2006 Connectivism: Learning and Knowledge Today.
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Connectivism: Museums as Learning Ecologies Presented to Canadian Heritage Information Network March 9, 2006 George Siemens.
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Based on Interdisciplinary Studies Orientation © Queens Printer for Ontario, For the purposes of this document, the term interdisciplinary is used.
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