Thursday, February 7, 2008

Collective Intelligence

The following occurred within a span of about 10 minutes:

kjarrett New blog post: Free, web-based forms with Google Docs! 11 hours ago

Elizabeth Davis lizbdavis Created a tech survey for my teachers (using Google Forms). Anyone willing to look at it and give me some feedback? I'll DM the link. Thanks

Wendy Drexler WendyDrexler @lizbdavis Happy to help with survey.

Anna Baralt abaralt @lizbdavis Would love to help out with your survey.

colin davitt room214 @lizbdavis I would be glad to take a look

H270 H270 @lizbdavis - I'll take a look Liz.

James Hollis jameshollis @lizbdavis I would love to review your tech survey!!!

SarahSutter edueyeview @lizbdavis Any chance I can take a look at the survey too?

Deacs84 Deacs84 @lizbdavis I'd be interested in seeing what your survey looks like. Happy to offer feedback

rashkath rashkath @lizbdavis Hi! I am interested. DM

alice barr alicebarr @lizbdavis I can look if you like

Teryl Magee teryl_magee @lizbdavis I'll take a look

Holtsman Holtsman @lizbdavis Would love to see it.

The MIT Center for Collective Intelligence (learned about this from Lisa Durff) asks the question:
How can people and computers be connected so that—collectively—they act more intelligently than any individuals, groups, or computers have ever done before?

Collectively, these educators helped me to craft a document far superior to what I could have done on my own. They live all over the country and the world (rashkath is in India). This could never have happened before Web 2.0. I feel very fortunate to live in these times.

Thank you all so much!

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