Originally posted 05-Jan-23

Stan Garfield

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Joitske Hulsebosch is a consultant and facilitator working with Sibrenne Wagenaar in their Dutch company, Ennuonline.

Her specialties are designing and facilitating blended learning, choosing the right tools and platforms, setting up communities of practice and networks, continuous (knowmadic) learning in organizations, hybrid meetings, and digital innovation.

Always looking for new tools and platforms, Joitske tries out at least one new tool every month to come up with innovative applications for learning and knowledge sharing. She helps learning professionals evolve from classical to innovative learning, creating enthusiasm through positive experiences with new technology.

Education

  • Wageningen University & Research: Master’s degree, Irrigation and soil & water conservation, 1984–1990
  • Corderius College, Amersfoort: 1978–1984

Profiles

Books

Design Blended Learning: Everything You Need to Know About Tools, Design and Facilitating with Sibrenne Wagenaar (in Dutch) — English Blurb

En nu online …: Sociale media voor professionals, organisaties en trainers (Dutch) And now online …: Social media for professionals, organizations and trainers — with Sibrenne Wagenaar

Leren in tijden van tweets, apps en likes: de invloed van sociale technologie (Dutch) Learning in times of tweets, apps and likes: the influence of social technology — with Sibrenne Wagenaar

Other Content

Monitoring and Evaluating Knowledge Management Strategies with Mark Turpin and Sibrenne Wagenaar

From a meeting to a learning community with Sibrenne Wagenaar

Is introducing technology hard? Don’t blame the technophobes!

BUILDS- Watch the influence of the technology on the users

The plea of BUILDS is to answer the following questions much earlier in the process. This can be done through interviews, group discussions or workshops.

  1. What new ways of learning and working does the technology offer? What does it offer the users? What will make them happy and what not?
  2. To what extent does the technology provide a user-friendly experience compared to what they also use and like privately?
  3. In which ways will users deploy the technology? What changes are necessary? It is great if you can observe what people are doing now so that you know the biggest changes
  4. Develop one and preferably multiple use cases. What is the use case of a colleague? What are the different types of users?
  5. Can the users use the technology in their own way, does it offer this flexibility?
  6. How will you test and set up together with users? How do you keep collecting feedback to improve it?

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Stan Garfield

Knowledge Management Author and Speaker, Founder of SIKM Leaders Community, Community Evangelist, Knowledge Manager https://sites.google.com/site/stangarfield/