129: How To Create A Personal Knowledge Management System
Published February 24, 2014
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    On this show, you'll discover how to utilize knowledge management to collect, curate, and create in order to manage the information coming our way. Bonni joins Dave again to discuss these three important components of any knowledge management system.

    “Knowledge management is a set of processes, individually constructed, to help each of us make sense of our world and work more effectively.” -Harold Jarche

    Capture

    Capturing through the stream

    Twitter
    Some social media
    Live TV
    Live radio


    Capturing through subscriptions

    Email updates and newsletters
    Podcasts
    RSS via services like Feedly.com



    Curate

    Bonni uses Delicious (link to her library)
    Dave uses Pinboard (link to his library)
    Evernote
    Pocket
    Kindle App

    Snippefy app (useful to export notes and highlights from Kindle)


    Diigo

    Create

    Social media postings
    Conversation starters
    Classroom/meeting starters
    Writing

    Bonni's blog is TeachingInHigherEd.com


    How would you like to get info from Dave?

    Feedback

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    What’s one action you will take to improve your personal knowledge management?
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