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ICT and Web 2.0 for Creating and Sharing New Knowledge through Innovative Workplace Learning 2.0 and Collaboration
ICT and Web 2.0 for Creating and Sharing New Knowledge through Innovative Workplace Learning 2.0 and Collaboration
Friday, March 8, 2013, 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Location: CTG, 187 Wolf Road, Suite 301, Albany, NY 12205

Abstract
Current innovations, technologies, and the World Wide Web possess the potential to generate a high impact on workplace learning in Public Administration, Business and Education. Synchronous or asynchronous collaborative workplace learning 2.0 can attract a new population of motivated employees, to create and share new knowledge and ideas while improvimg performance, work efficiency, collaboration, and communications. Workplace learning 2.0 offers vast opportunities for professional practitioners in Public Administration, Business and Education to create and share their own body of knowledge through collaboration. In this, they can use ICT and Web 2.0/3.0 tools to help them plan and achieve their learning and professional development goals. For this new approach for interdisciplinary collaboration, there are three intangible and necessary keys – willingness to learn, motivation, and inspiration.
Milena Krumova
Milena Krumova is assistant professor at the Technical University – Sofia (TUS). She holds a PhD degree in Economics (2011) and currently she is working towards a PhD in the field of Competency-Based Education (CBE) and Innovative Technologies and Tools for Teaching & Learning (ITTTL). Milena teaches business economics, cost management, and project in business administration. Her research interests are benchmarking in an interdisciplinary context, business 2.0, CBE, ITTTL and Web 2.0/3.0. Her current research topics are Web-based learning and collaboration 2.0, knowledge creation and sharing, ePortfolio, learning scenarios design, instructional technologies, and learning analytics.