I've finally reached the end, and now I can both continue on to Learning 2.1 and start figuring out how to use Learning 2.0 in my own organization. But first things first. Let's finish this part of the journey!
What were your favorite discoveries or exercises on this learning journey?
Undoubtedly, keeping this blog was my favorite part of this journey. I had blogged intermittently as part of a group blog before, but this program gave me a reason to put together a cohesive and continuing blog. I don't think I'm going to stop, although I may take a bit of a break for a while.
I also had a number of "Aha!" moments while thinking deep thoughts about wikis.
How has this program assisted or affected your lifelong learning goals?
I've been a proponent of lifelong learning, well, lifelong. I don't believe this particular program has impacted my own goals at all. However, I think it could be used effectively to help others move along the social media path a bit more quickly, which is how I intend to use it.
Were there any take-aways or unexpected outcomes from this program that surprised you?
I think I was surprised that it is so difficult to search effectively through social media. I guess I was expecting a revelation I had simply failed to recognize before. But, nope, it's still a slog. I was further surprised at how far Google has come to offer nearly a full portfolio of tools across the Learning 2.0 spectrum in the couple of years since the Learning 2.0 program was written. Google rocks!
Oh, and I never would have guessed that I'd look good in Donald Trump's hair (courtesy of HairMixer).
What could we do differently to improve upon this program’s format or concept?
I'd suggest making it a wiki, but that was already done in Learning 2.1. Also, the program should be updated to replace the broken links with working links and active resources.
If we offered another discovery program like this in the future, would you again chose to participate?
In the words of some of my favorite cartoon characters, The Powerpuff Girls, "We're super heroes [of learning]. That's what we do. Duh!"
So this ends the formal documentation of my 23 Things adventure. It was great!
Special thanks to Helene Blowers for taking a simple idea and making it into a powerful learning tool. Genius is making the obvious obvious.
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