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Date Title View Map View Outline Description Author Download  
16 Aug 2011 Forc2011 Dagstuhl workshop view map icon view outline icon Notes from Group 1 who discussed: New forms and tools, e.g. research data, workflows, code Anna De Liddo download icon
11 Feb 2011 Birches Head Creative Enquiry planning view map icon view outline icon prototype maps... Simon Buckingham Shum download icon
04 Feb 2011 Serving Needs Template view map icon view outline icon For organizational planning, this map draws from several influences towards oreating a fulfilling organizational experience for volunteers, employees, or the community involved in a project. Terry Leigh Britton download icon
31 Jan 2011 Systems Learning & Leadership - Mapping view map icon view outline icon Mapping from Day 2 of the SSL Workshop, Jan 2011 Simon Buckingham Shum download icon
20 Nov 2010 HowToArrangeArgument view map icon view outline icon How should solution ideas be connected back to earlier pros & cons? J David Blaine download icon
04 Nov 2010 Climate Skeptic Arguments view map icon view outline icon Issue map made from a website that lists more than 120 popular arguments against climate change, together with scientific rebuttal. The map was made with kind permission of the website's owner John Cook. Jack Park download icon
01 Jul 2010 CETIS OER Gathering - Glasgow view map icon view outline icon This map show a discussion that was had about Collective Intelligence and tracking of OERsAdmin User download icon
05 Oct 2009 Why greens must learn to love nuclear power? view map icon view outline icon This is a Compendium map that provides an hypermedia representation of Mark Lynas blog discussion on " Why greens must learn to love nuclear power". The first blog post was published on Mark Lynas blog www.marklynas.org the 19 of September 08. This Compendium Map gives a different representation of the linear narrative of the blog by splitting concepts in nodes of an hypermedia network of questions, answers, pro and con of the issues raised in the blog discussion. As another result of the knowledge mapping exercise, this Compendium map allows you to explore the blog’s contents by questions and by summary of the main issues. If you want to see the blog contents from which the map has been extracted please visit: http://www.marklynas.org/2008/9/19/why-greens-must-learn-to-love-nuclear-power Anna De Liddo download icon
07 Jan 2009 Epoch Test view map icon view outline icon testing EPOCH with pngs Admin download icon
22 Oct 2008 Knowledge Federation 2008 view map icon view outline icon Two Dialogue Maps from the Knowledge Federation 2008 workshop, Dubrovnik, Oct. 2008 Simon Buckingham Shum download icon

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