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Part4Grouping

Page history last edited by x28de 13 years, 6 months ago

 

Possible grouping of Jenny's topics: 

 

Affordances of technology

  • T1 Ease of posting
  • Speed of response (See C3) 
  • Technical expertise (of course participants) -> T1
  • Aggregation (distributed discussion, following discussion and comments)
  • Familiarity with the technology -> T1
  • Possibility of including links and images
  • Speed of accessibility -> T1
  • Ownership -> L1
  • Language
  • T2 Number of possible connections

 

Personal connectivity

  • P1 Sense of community
  • P2 Strength of relationships (how lasting)
  • Proximity/closeness -> P2
  • Inclusive/exclusive relationships -> P1
  • Cultural issues
  • Establishing presence/voice -> P3
  • P3 Tone of communication (calm, aggressive etc.)
  • Emotion/feelings (See P3, P4) 
  • Collaboration
  • P4 Sparring/ Challenging

 

Conceptual connectivity

  • C1 Location of ideas
  • C2 Diversity of discussion/ideas
  • C3 Speed of conversation
  • Sense of knowing
  • Knowledge creation
  • Quality of ideas

 

Learning

  • L1 Autonomy/control
  • L2 Reflection/action
  • Convergence/divergence  -> C2 
  • Theorist/pragmatist -> L2
  • Alternative perspectives
  • Pace -> C3 
  • Self-expression -> L1
  • Freedom of choice -> L1
  • Challenge -> P4
  • Audience/feedback (See P3)

 

Possible Mapping of Questions to Grouping:

 

T1 Ease of posting / Technical expertise / Familiarity with the technology / Speed of accessibility

2, 19, 20. 42, 69, 70, 71, 109, 124

 

T2 Number of possible connections (also the common demoninator aspect)

75, 77, 81, 121, 123

 

P1 Sense of community /  Inclusive/exclusive relationships

6, 13, 49, 76, 111

 

P2 Strength of relationships / Proximity/closeness

8, 14, 15, 48, 103, 141, 142

 

P3 Tone of communication / Establishing presence/voice

43, 44, 7, 11, 45, 47, 57, 66, 88, 89, 97, 105, 106

 

P4 Sparring / Challenge

73, 74, 10, 83, 116

 

C1 Location of ideas

17, 18, 78, 85,

plus something from the discussion Part 4 Draft 4 like "love to bring numerous topics to the table that are strongly tied and obviously related, and love to have all the aspects in on spatio-temporal place"

 

C2 Diversity of discussion/ideas / Convergence/divergence  

21 - 25, (31), (40), 131 - 134,  

plus something from the discussion Part 4 Draft 4 like "love to relate to more distantly related, distributed ideas, and the conceptual connections are initially weak getting stronger by reflection", plus something from Thought about Part 4, Draft 4, Point 4 like "what type of diversity (multi-facet or initially distant), and what type of depth/ strength of the conceptual ties, (implicitly preset closeness and synchronicity, vs. initially weak and strengthening).

 

C3 Speed of conversation / Pace

3, 52, 54, 72, 110

 

L1 Autonomy/control / Self-expression / Freedom of choice / Ownership

33, 34, 46, 50, 51, 55, 56, 59, 60, 61, 62, 107

 

L2 Reflection

L2 Reflection/Action / Theorist/Pragmatist

27, 28, 29, 53, 151-188

 

As for the remaining questions, I think they address more than one of the above topics, or none of them, and would probably need to be rephrased to be better interpretable afterwards. (However, considering all those numbers, I have certainly made some mistakes, so please do doubt my suggestions.)

 

Comments (3)

Jenny Mackness said

at 6:58 pm on Mar 15, 2009

This is wonderful Matthias. I feel the fog lifting! I am printing this off and will read it more carfeully tomorrow. Today I am travelling up to Scotland to see my mother - so the day is completely taken up. Sorry to have been so quiet for the last week, but feel that I have lost the plot somewhat! I have also been extremely busy with work projects. This really helps. So many thanks to you all for your efforts.

suifaijohnmak said

at 8:03 pm on Mar 15, 2009

Matthias, That's fantastic. I think we have already got most of the pre-survey work done, except the generation of email list and review of questionnaire (all to action). As mentioned, I will review all these questions in this coming two weeks.
I will add the questions on learning style into the questionnaire - they are the statements that relate to Activists, Reflectors, Theorists and Pragmatists.
Many thanks to Jenny, Matthias and Roy.

suifaijohnmak said

at 8:53 pm on Mar 15, 2009

Jenny,
Hope you will enjoy your travel up to Scotland today. Also please send my regards to your mum.
John

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