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Twenty Years of donnerwheeler: What We've Learned

Gail Donner, Mary Wheeler
2012 Nursing Leadership  
As we stepped back to reflect and consider what 20 years of working together has meant, we realized that we have learned a great deal about leadership, about partnership and about entrepreneurship in nursing  ...  Our intent in sharing these learnings with our colleagues is to begin the conversation, encourage more sharing of experiences and, overall, to contribute to advancing our understanding of what it takes  ...  But it is also what drives us to invent, to think outside the box and to push ourselves and assist other nurse leaders who also want to drive innovation and change within their workplaces.  ... 
doi:10.12927/cjnl.2012.23060 fatcat:gbjhmlj6qzcptl7kg4udpbmozu

What's Ahread in High-Speed Wireless Data Communications? The Future Will Be Better Tomorrow - And Different Than What We've Been Expecting

Daniel Foty, Klaus Runge
2005 African Journal of Information & Communication Technology  
Opportunities for innovation are quite good with higher carrier frequencies, since these enable simplicity and low power consumption and opening the door to truly portable wireless peer-to-peer (WP2P)  ...  Numerous challenges exist in technology and design methods; however, meeting these intellectual challenges is the only route to new and exciting wireless data technologies.  ...  For this paper, they particularly thank Michael Schröter and Gennady Gildenblat.  ... 
doi:10.5130/ajict.v1i1.28 fatcat:7roymtnftve45ejjthpgpzikgy

Lessons Learned

Amira Aaron
2016 Against the Grain  
The firms that survive were able to do so, in part, because of their ability to anticipate trends, to innovate, and to re-invent in the face of increasingly rapid changes in technology, an accelerating  ...  And, at the same time, we need to remember that technology alone is not enough Lessons Learned from page 30 Against the Grain / April 2012 <http://www.against-the-grain.com> Lessons Learned from page  ... 
doi:10.7771/2380-176x.6129 fatcat:lknnzox6rnhzxi7rauicqbmygy

Learning Waves from Google

Maria Cristina ENACHE
2010 Annals of Dunarea de Jos University. Fascicle I : Economics and Applied Informatics  
Such technology was launched in 2009 by Google and it is called Google Wave. Google Wave is a much hypednew Internet-based communications and collaboration platform.  ...  These technologies are opening ways for courses, seminars, discussion forums and other approaches to learning to be delivered online with innovative ways to interact with instructors and other students  ...  We've all been in groups where one person writes, another person thinks, and the other people sleep.  ... 
doaj:53b03c6f215745f1b4656a913af11d71 fatcat:xrse4y757jdgnhmwpk7do2fshu

Why Didn't I Think of That? Dodging Big Ruts for Big Ideas in Higher Education

Frank Shushok
2014 About Campus Enriching the Student Learning Experience  
Where are the world-changing inventions that will reshape the way students learn in and out of the classroom?  ...  This entrepreneurial mind-set can be observed by the uniform response we've all had to marketplace inventions such as the iPhone, Redbox, and TED talks-"Why didn't I think of that?"  ... 
doi:10.1002/abc.21142 fatcat:ddzjmtnmpzdzldl32r45lrkulq

Learning Across Functional Silos [chapter]

Todd A. Watkins, John B. Ochs, Berrisford W. Boothe, Heather Beam
1998 Educational Innovation in Economics and Business III  
In November, 1996, the program gained national recognition as the winner of the 1996 Curriculum Innovation Award from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.  ...  projects integrated vertically throughout the students' educational experience, ranging from pre college through undergraduate and graduate degree programs.  ...  AT&T and General Motors corporations each made major contributions to support the program, and an alumnus recently endowed a chaired professorship, all of whom we also gratefully acknowledge.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-017-1388-7_10 fatcat:bc4nn7nsprd4bj3ioeq24xu32u

TECHNICAL REVIEW ON MACHINE LEARNING

Shrushti Manish Ambulgekar, Prajakta Dashrath Mali
2020 International Journal of Engineering Applied Sciences and Technology  
Machine learning is sub-branch of Artificial intelligence and Deep learning is sub-branch of Machine learning.  ...  There are 3 types of machine learning i.e. 1) Supervised machine learning 2) Unsupervised machine learning and 3) Reinforcement machine learning. Each type has its own problems and Applications.  ...  Machine Learning is very vast topic and this field is developing day by day, new research, new inventions and new innovations.  ... 
doi:10.33564/ijeast.2020.v05i06.026 fatcat:zfh3jnscpjcrzeyt736m3dsnjq

Learning Designs

Donna DeGennaro
2008 Journal of Research on Technology in Education  
Innovative refers to using an invention (IM in this case) for something other than its origi- nally intended purpose and/or its current use.  ...  Moreover, “an innovation diffuses more rapidly when it can be re-invented and its adoption is more likely to be sustained” (Rogers, 2003, p. 17). Innovation flexibility is often spontane- ous.  ... 
doi:10.1080/15391523.2008.10782520 fatcat:mcwd3fvpljbjpoyntlftfei4fq

Developing learning networks

John Bessant, George Tsekouras
2001 AI & Society: The Journal of Human-Centred Systems and Machine Intelligence  
It explores the concept of formal 'learning networks' and reports on UK research into the design and operation of such networks.  ...  This paper addresses one aspect of such collective efficiencythe potential acceleration and improvement of the process of knowledge acquisition and capacity building through shared learning.  ...  To take an educational analogy, what is the 'syllabus' and how will it be broken up into manageable chunks?  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf01205739 fatcat:peixst65bnfxnglgbdwjdtevfq

Capturing Learning and Applying Knowledge

Rosalind H Forrester
2000 Journal of Business Research  
An important role is competitive advantage in this situation stems from focusing played by those outside firms in stimulating ideas and learning.  ...  Here we report on the use of teams by two Teams are frequently cited in the management literature as automotive firms.  ...  Thus, the research does provide a useful insight Work Teams Characteristics and Effectiveness: A Replication and into the actual process and context of innovation within teams. Extension.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0148-2963(98)00049-6 fatcat:ika6xszdn5ey7j55obmehelwsq

The New Need to Learn— and Our Mixed Response [chapter]

2016 Be Bad First  
about what to focus on, what to learn, and how to use what we learn.  ...  We've each been doing some version of those careers we invented for decades now: we baby boomers, for the most part, still believed that the smart thing to do was find a good career and commit to it.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315230535-5 fatcat:zbqoo45tn5ekffr72gq5qy5nqq

Informal and Incidental Learning

Victoria J. Marsick, Karen E. Watkins
2001 New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education  
This chapter provides a theory of informal and incidental learning and updates this theory based on recent research.  ...  technical innovations to learning about managing a business.  ...  What We've Learned from Research Mary Callahan (1999) identified almost 150 studies when doing her research on this topic.  ... 
doi:10.1002/ace.5 fatcat:deu6f27pmvb7liaoq7fspularm

Sustainability factors for e-learning initiatives

Cathy Gunn
2010 Research in Learning Technology  
A number of successful e-learning innovations were identified that had been driven by capable teachers seeking solutions to real educational problems.  ...  Semi-structured interviews were conducted with 30 staff in various academic and support roles from the tertiary sector in New Zealand, who were nationally recognised as e-learning leaders.  ...  Cavallari 2007) and the not invented here syndrome (Darby 1992) .  ... 
doi:10.3402/rlt.v18i2.10755 fatcat:uc6qfjkugrf37nkyhnenzlyzs4

Sustainability factors for e-learning initiatives

Cathy Gunn
2010 Research in Learning Technology  
A number of successful e-learning innovations were identified that had been driven by capable teachers seeking solutions to real educational problems.  ...  Semi-structured interviews were conducted with 30 staff in various academic and support roles from the tertiary sector in New Zealand, who were nationally recognised as e-learning leaders.  ...  Cavallari 2007) and the not invented here syndrome (Darby 1992) .  ... 
doi:10.1080/09687769.2010.492848 fatcat:i6rk3yzprzf4pfcheic5cevgsq

Work(er)-driven innovation

Raymond Smith
2017 Journal of Workplace Learning  
An emergent concept of employee-driven innovation could be argued to have hindered understandings of the creative and transformative nature of work and the kinds of work and learning practices that all  ...  work-learning practices can enhance organisational innovation.  ...  Managers, and others in supervisory roles, may hinder innovation efforts and hence be in need of greater levels of innovation learning support than those employees who engage more directly in the practices  ... 
doi:10.1108/jwl-06-2016-0048 fatcat:t6hzzdgokraxfmlx37nvfxvxjy
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