[Air-l] RE: innovation andi ts history

Deborah Cohen deborahco at earthlink.net
Thu Jul 22 10:09:06 PDT 2004


Hi, Thomas -

For an interesting discussion of educator learning object use placed in the
context of the adoption of innovations, see Friesen, N. (2004). Three
Objections to Learning Objects. In McGreal, R. (Ed.). Online Education
Using Learning Objects. London: Routledge/Falmer.

It's also available at http://phenom.educ.ualberta.ca/~nfriesen/

Best,

Sunny

Deborah "Sunny" Cohen
President, Raspberry Wood Instructional Design
Doctoral candidate, Computing Technology in Education, Nova Southeastern
University
(503) 285-2614


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> Date: Wed, 21 Jul 2004 21:32:36 +0200
> From: Thomas N.Burg <editor at randgaenge.net>
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> > Hi,
> >
> > I'm in the midst of starting a paper on the history of innovation. I'm 
> > interested how new technologies are accepted, incorporated, rejected, 
> > or killed and how they are agents of transformation (I'm aware of the 
> > work of Elizabeth Eisenstein) - basically I will do research on the 
> > language and the concepts that are used/created. I'm especially 
> > interested in internet technologies and webpublishing technologies 
> > (... social software).
> >
> > Now I wonder if you could point me to some relevant literature on that 
> > topic that could help me to jumpstart into my research.
> >
> > Thanks for your help
> >
> > Thomas
> >
> > -----------------------------------------
> > Thomas N. Burg
> > Center for New Media
> > Danube University Krems
> > http://randgaenge.net
> > http://wiki.randgaenge.net
> > http://blogtalk.net
> > http://www.donau-uni.ac.at/znm
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> Date: Wed, 21 Jul 2004 14:55:06 -0500 (CDT)
> From: elijah wright <elw at stderr.org>
> Subject: Re: [Air-l] innovation and its history
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> Hi Thomas,
>
> Check out Everett Rogers' "Diffusion of Innovations" - his work is
> canonical for work in this area.  Even those who disagree with his
> thinking cite it... :)
>
> --elijah
>
>
> > From: Thomas N.Burg <editor at randgaenge.net>
> >
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > I'm in the midst of starting a paper on the history of innovation. I'm
> > > interested how new technologies are accepted, incorporated, rejected,
> > > or killed and how they are agents of transformation (I'm aware of the
> > > work of Elizabeth Eisenstein) - basically I will do research on the
> > > language and the concepts that are used/created. I'm especially
> > > interested in internet technologies and webpublishing technologies
> > > (... social software).
> > >
> > > Now I wonder if you could point me to some relevant literature on that
> > > topic that could help me to jumpstart into my research.
> > >
> > > Thanks for your help
> > >
> > > Thomas
> > >
> > > -----------------------------------------
> > > Thomas N. Burg
> > > Center for New Media
> > > Danube University Krems
> > > http://randgaenge.net
> > > http://wiki.randgaenge.net
> > > http://blogtalk.net
> > > http://www.donau-uni.ac.at/znm
>
>
>
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> Date: Wed, 21 Jul 2004 15:57:44 -0400
> From: gjacobs1 at rochester.rr.com
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> I would recommend the work of Bruno Latour, Michael Callon, John Law, and
the other actor network folk.
>
> Gloria E. Jacobs
> Doctoral Candidate
> University of Rochester
> Margaret Warner Graduate School of Education and Human Development
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> From: jeremy hunsinger <jhuns at vt.edu>
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> there is a pretty good book entitled 'the political economy of 
> innovation'  that introduces some of the normal literature in 
> innovation studies.
> On Jul 21, 2004, at 3:57 PM, gjacobs1 at rochester.rr.com wrote:
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> > I would recommend the work of Bruno Latour, Michael Callon, John Law, 
> > and the other actor network folk.
> >
> > Gloria E. Jacobs
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> > Margaret Warner Graduate School of Education and Human Development
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> From: Ben Anderson <benander at essex.ac.uk>
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> try Clayton Christensen disruptive innovation stuff and also there's a 
> good book edited by John Seely Brown - Insights on Innovation.
>
> you might want to rummage through here too: 
> http://les1.man.ac.uk/cric/welcome.htm
>
> On 21 Jul 2004, at 20:32, Thomas N.Burg wrote:
>
> >> Hi,
> >>
> >> I'm in the midst of starting a paper on the history of innovation. 
> >> I'm interested how new technologies are accepted, incorporated, 
> >> rejected, or killed and how they are agents of
>
> ----
> Dr Ben Anderson
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> From: "Karim R. Lakhani" <lakhani at MIT.EDU>
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> >>> Hi,
> >>>
> >>> I'm in the midst of starting a paper on the history of innovation. 
> >>> I'm interested how new technologies are accepted, incorporated, 
> >>> rejected, or killed and how they are agents of
> > 
>
> Also check out Eric von Hippel's "Source of Innovation" - Oxford
University Press - he discusses the front-end of the innovation process -
where innovations are actually developed.
>
> K
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