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Personal knowledge management and mastery. How to capture information, curate it, and create new knowledge from it. It can be so challenging to keep up with everything we have on our plates, let alone to what's happening in the world and in areas that are most important to us.
Guest: Dave Stachowiak
This episode introduces the terms personal knowledge mastery and management.
Discipline of finding information, making meaning of it, and sharing it with others.
“Personal mastery is a discipline of continually clarifying and deepening our personal vision, of focusing our energies, of developing patience, and of seeing reality objectively.” -Peter Senge
Personal knowledge management
Harold Jarche's introductory video
Personal knowledge mastery
Seek – capture
Sense – curate
Share – create
“Discipline of seeking from diverse sources of knowledge, actively making sense through action and experimentation and sharing through narration of your work and learning out loud.” – Harold Jarche
Key posts on PKM from Harold Jarche
1. Introduction to PKM
2. PKM demo (the actual tools I use in my PKM process)
3. PKM for academics
Practical Typography by Butterick (Dave)
Dave Pell's NextDraft – The day's most fascinating news (Bonni)
On this episode: https://teachinginhighered.com/7
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