Category Archives: Collaborative Taxonomy

Combining social and electronic technologies for large-scale, collaborative meaning making

Large-scale, collaborative meaning making is a vital condition for dealing with crises and turning breakdowns into breakthroughs, locally and globally. To be effective, the social technologies for facilitating that transformation need to be supported by the best what emergent electronic … Continue reading

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CI by collaborative sense-making in participatory video

Talking about the phases of collaborative film making, Kent Bye wrote in Building a Theory of Collaborative Sensemaking | Echo Chamber Project: The ideal collaborative sensemaking system would allow people to add their own context through each of these phases … Continue reading

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Taxonomies help meaning emerge from conversations

Knowledge and meaning can emerge from the blog conversations more easily than discussion forums becaue we can conveniently add one or more categories to our entries and couple their chronological flow with a flexible taxonomy. CPs don’t only start defining … Continue reading

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In search of tools for collaborative taxonomy building

Luis, a member of our team, wrote in the team blog, “I like to use the blog to capture passing bits and blurbs of information that I know could be handy to all of us, but for which it is … Continue reading

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