Working Out Loud: How to promote digital collaboration and open science | ZBW MediaTalk

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"Working Out Loud promotes networking and collaboration. It is therefore predestined for use in the context of open science. Starting points for its application in the course of the opening of science and for digital collaboration in libraries are examined in the blog post.

Working Out Loud (WOL) is a method that promotes networking and purposeful collaboration. It was developed by John Stepper and is described in his book Working Out Loud: For a Better Career and Life. Working Out Loud is an approach to systematically build relationships that can be helpful in one way or another, for example to achieve a goal or to familiarize oneself with a new topic. Working Out Loud thus promotes working in networks, which is possible nowadays thanks to social networks but which is also required. It thus represents a suitable social and organisational response to digitisation and supports the learning of digital collaboration...."


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04/26/2018, 17:04

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04/26/2018, 13:04