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Knowledge Formats and Applications, Sections I and II, Spring 2008. Arthur Harkins/John Moravec. - 1 -- 
KNOWLEDGE FORMATS AND APPLICATIONS:INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION CONTEXTS
 
 
Knowledge Formats and Applications, Sections I and II, Spring 2008. Arthur Harkins/John Moravec. - 2 -- 
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTACOLLEGE OF EDUCATION & HUMAN DEVELOPMENTKNOWLEDGE FORMATS AND APPLICATIONS:INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION CONTEXTSArthur Harkins, Assoc. Prof., CIDEemail:harki001@umn.edu voice mail: 612-743-7528fax: 1-763-497-3423
Office hours by appointment
 
SECTION 1 -001 LEC , 01:25 P.M. - 04:15 P.M. , Th (01/22/2008 - 05/09/2008),WullH 220, TCEASTBANK ,Harkins,Arthur M(CCE Distinguished Tchg Award) , 3 credits
 
FURTHER INFORMATION ON SECTION 1 FOLLOWS INFORMATION ONSECTION 2.***************************************************************************
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA & FLACSO CO-SEMINAR From Information to Innovative Knowledge:Tools and Skills for Adaptive Leadership
SECTION 2 -002 LEC , 06:00 P.M. - 09:00 P.M. , Th (01/22/2008 - 05/09/2008) ,WullH310F, TCEASTBANK ,Harkins,Arthur M(CCE Distinguished Tchg Award) , 3 credits
 
VIRTUAL STUDY ABROAD VIA CO-SEMINAR 
 
“Version 2.0” of the open seminar “From Information to Innovative Knowledge” will kick off on January 24, 2008 at 18:00 in Wulling Hall. Partnering institutions include the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Minnesota, FLACSO-México,FLACSO-Ecuador, and FLACSO-Chile. Additional confirmed guest lecturers include Dr. Nora Sabelli at SRI International and Ismael Peña-López at Universitat Oberta de Catalunya.
 
Knowledge Formats and Applications, Sections I and II, Spring 2008. Arthur Harkins/John Moravec. - 3 -- 
UMN/FLACSO COURSE OUTLINE:
 Utilizing Web 2.0 social technologies, Skype and Adobe Connect platforms, the course willconnect the three FLACSO campuses with the University of Minnesota for both synchronousand asynchronous learning. Course content includes discussions of:
 
 New paradigms of knowledge production (production of actionable meaning) withimplications for traditional education
 
Interlocking roles of hardware, software, netware, and mindware
 
Relationships of knowledge production to continuous innovation
 
Tools for information and knowledge management
 
Collective and distributed intelligence + ‘new basics’
 
Learning technologies (including associated open sourcing of education)
 
Knowledge, innovation and new context-creating workers
 
Human capital development, including software-enabled distributed competence
 
Mechanical, organic, and intentional systems and their cultural and human capitalrequirements
 
“2.0
technology cultures and beyond, including emerging AI culturesThe Minnesota sessions will be facilitated by Dr. Arthur Harkins and Dr. John Moravec.Dr. Cristóbal Cobo will coordinate the course among our Latin American partners. For more information on the project or our co-seminar approach, please emailharki001@umn.edu.
COURSE WEBSITE:
The seminar utilizes a blog for various activities, including: distribution of student work, publication of seminar videos, publication of the syllabus and the online bibliography, link tothe Glossary (wiki), links to chat translator software and links to other resources.
http://openseminar.flacso.edu.mx/ 
SCHEDULE OF CO-SEMINAR CONFERENCES (SECTION 2 ONLY):
Week 2: January 31
: The MN Knowledge ModelSpeaker: Dr. Arthur Harkins, UMN, USA.Related reading: Harkins , A. & Moravec, J. (2007).Knowledge Production Modes I-VI.Syllabus. University of Minnesota.
Week 4: February 14
: Leapfrogging in Education, Society and Economy: some necessarychangesSpeaker: Dr. Arthur Harkins, Dr. John Moravec, UMN, USA.Related reading: Harkins, A. and Kubik. G. (2006).Leapfrogging toward the "singularity:"

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