We're building a new collection of screencasts introducing the new release. All of them, including large format hi-res versions (recommended for viewing pleasure!) are linked from the Cohere screencasts page, which also point to low-res versions on our YouTube channel.
Just posted a new article reporting work we did last summer... "following great work last year by Ale Okada teaching teenagers on a science summer school to map their reasoning about climate change impact (using our Compendium tool), the article below summarises where we’ve got…"
Okada, A. and Buckingham Shum, S. (2008, In Press). Evidence-Based Dialogue Maps as a Research Tool to… Continue
"The social web is about sharing ideas. Cohere makes Ideas a first class object: something you can point to as a URL, embed in another page, link to semantically (you make up the semantics: is an example of… is analogous to… refutes… predicts…), classify (theory/method/data/politician/supernatural phenomenon…), visualize its connections, share, agree with, build on,… Continue
As part of thinking through our SocialLearn platform for socially-based, informal and formal learning, I am pondering the overlaps and differences between sensemaking and learning, in theory and practice. In my view, SL as a platform designed to connect learners with each other via common learning goals, interoperable with many Web 2.0 tools, could be a potential GSm platform for analysts and subject matter experts… Continue
I wrote a blog entry at the wiki that talks about a one-hour video podcast that I strongly recommend viewing. Wesh covers aspects of sensemaking, albeit in a learning environment, HCI, online games, and much more. My opinion is that his work is highly appropriate to sensemaking research. More information can be found here.