In diesen Tagen wird ja viel über das Lernen in komplexen Zusammenhängen, über „agile learning“ gesprochen. Dazu passt dieser Einwurf von Harold Jarche, in dem er die Vorteile eines Kanals wie Twitter hervorhebt:
„During less chaotic times than pandemics, scientists can share findings within their own formal communities of practice. They can also derive much information and share knowledge through established knowledge hubs like professional peer-reviewed journals. But complex challenges like this mutating virus require more agile forms of knowledge-sharing and sense-making. These may have more noise to filter but the speed of dissemination can make up for this.
Learning in the complex domain requires different ways of organizing and conversing. Twitter will never be the journal of reference, but it may be the best first point of contact during a crisis.“
Harold Jarche, Work is learning & learning is the work, 31. März 2022
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