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Shelf User Stories: A Library for the Organization's Best Information

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 23, 2016 6:30:00 AM / by Colin Kennedy posted in Learning, User Stories, Content Curation

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The Shelf User Stories series is meant to help prospective users understand why different businesses and organizations have chosen to use Shelf. In this interview with Pol Stafford, Nerd-in-Chief at Partners in School Innovation, we learn about the process Pol and the team at Partners went through to identify to right web application for their resource library.

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Shelf User Stories: Lesson Planning and Knowledge Sharing in a Classroom Setting

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 28, 2016 11:00:00 AM / by Colin Kennedy posted in Learning, User Stories

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The Shelf User Stories series is meant to help prospective users understand why different groups and organizations have chosen to use Shelf. In this interview with Carolyn Feenaghty, a Special Education Teacher for the New York City Department of Education, we talk about how Shelf helps streamline various day-to-day tasks such as lesson planning and knowledge sharing with teaching assistants and the parents of special needs students.

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The Just In Time Learning Process

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 2, 2016 12:32:16 AM / by Sedarius Perrotta posted in Learning, Information Overload, Just In Time Learning

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Let’s move from the abstract to the darn right practical. So how do I apply Just In Time Learning? What are the steps?

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Information Overload and Just In Time Learning

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 17, 2016 11:05:29 AM / by Sedarius Perrotta posted in Learning, Information Overload, Just In Time Learning

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Information overload is the reality of the day. I don’t need to throw out any fancy statistics like: “more information is being created in 2014 than has been created in all the years since the ancient Egyptians up until 2008 COMBINED” for anyone to understand the situation.
I contend that this is changing the world in more ways than we currently realize but I won’t digress into a monologue on societal change in this blog. What I will say is that learning on demand is fast becoming a critical skill for survival in the digital age.  Not only is the rate of information creation and innovation moving exponentially off the charts, but also the skills needed to perform in this digital economy are changing by the month.

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