posts tagged: expertise

Digital Media Learning 2010: Inclusive, International & Participatory!

This post is about the DML 2010 Conference. Inclusive, international and participatory is the promise of the first ever digital media learning conference, here in San Diego. Keep Reading…

Talk: If I drive a car does that make me a mechanic?

Dr Kelly Page - Ignite Cardiff

This post is about a talk given by Dr. Kelly Page from CASE Insights at Ignite Cardiff 2009. The presentation is about how we consider, evaluate, and measure expertise and use ‘usage’ as a proxy for knowledge of technology. Keep Reading…

Talk: Speaking at Ignite Cardiff 2009

This post is about Dr. Kelly Page from CASE Insights talking at Ignite Cardiff 2009. Imagine that you’re on stage in front of an audience of hundreds of people, doing a five-minute presentation using slides that automatically rotate every 15 seconds, whether you’re ready or not. What would you do? What would you say? Keep Reading…

Social Web Expertise: Moving Beyond Usage Experience

This post provides a brief discussion about how usage of digital technologies such as the social web is not an appropriate measure of if someone is an expert or not. The post provides insights to an article published in the journal Psychology & Marketing about the measurement of consumer knowledge of the web. Keep Reading…

The Mechanics of Social Web Expertise: What Really is an Expert?

This post provides a discussion about expertise in the digital economy. Grounded in the fields of psychology and technology, knowledge is discussed in terms of the types of knowledge, scope of knowledge and acquisition and application of knowledge to help differentiate a novice from an expert with digital technologies. We are all not social web expertise, just like we are all not chefs or car mechanics. Keep Reading…