Collaborative Development of ICT Content

Collaborative Development of ICT content
Project Management of ICT
Content
"Project management is “the application of knowledge, skills, tools and techniques to project activities to meet project requirements”
Knowledge areas describe the key
competencies that project managers must
develop
core knowledge areas lead to specific project
objectives
Scope Management
Project scope statements, statements of
works, requirements analysis, WBS, scope
change control
Time Management
Gant Charts, Project Network Diagrams, Critical
Path Analysis, PERT, milestone reviews
Cost Management
Net present value, return on investment,
payback analysis, business cases, earned value
management, project portfolio management,
cost estimates, cost management plan, financial
software
Quality Management
Six Sigma, Quality Control Charts, Pareto
Diagrams, Fishbone / Ishikawa Diagrams,
Quality Audits, Maturity Models, Statistical
Methods
facilitating knowledge areas are the means
through which the project objectives are
achieved
Human Resources Management
Motivation techniques, responsibility
assignment matrices, Emphatic listening, team
contracts, resources histograms, resources
leveling, team building exercises
Communications Management
Communication management plan, project Web
sites, conflict management, Templates, status
reports
Procurement Management
Makeorbuy analysis, contracts, sources
selection, requests for proposals or quotes,
negotiating, eprocurement
Risk Management
Risk management plan, probability/impact
matrix, risk ranking, Monte carlo simulation,
topten risk item tracking Project Management
Tools and Technique
Curating existing content for use on the
web
"the process of sorting through the vast amounts of content on the web and presenting it in a meaningful and organized way around a specific theme"
include sifting, sorting, arranging, and
placing found content into specific
themes, and then publishing that
information.
act of discovering, compiling, and
sharing existing content with your
online followers
allows you to provide extra value to your
brand’s audience and customers
provides value from the inside out
help establish the organization’s thought
leadership and capture attention in
today’s information cluttered world
help your organization become the goto
authority on an issue or topic area
There are three content curation beneficial in
marketing strategy:
Weekly blog posts. Collect helpful resources
found from around the web, categorize them
and publish them as resources for their
readers.
Weekly editorial email newsletters. An
opportunity to save your followers the time it
takes to search and scour the web for great
content. Pick out the gems, organize them in a
sensible way and send them along to your
email list.
Share curated content on your social
networks. Social media is one of the channels
where content curation is key to staying
relevant to your followers and growing your
following.
Online collaborative tools and
processes
“An application software designed to help
people involved in a common task to achieve
goals. ” Wikipedia
Slack
enables project development to move forward
more smoothly
helps reduce email and meeting times, keeping
all team communication in one place
InVision
a webbased and mobile app that turns your
designs into fully active prototypes with
gestures, transitions and animation
Google Keep
a fantastic way to share lists and ideas (or keep
them to yourself)
Trello
this project management tool is like a magical
customisable todo list on a single interface,
which you can share with others in realtime
Appear.in
a conversation app that allows up to eight
people in a chat room, with no login or
downloads required
ConceptBoard
an instant whiteboard tool for teams and
projects where creative designers can reap
benefits by using this tool to collaborate as well
it's optimised for creatives and is more like a one-stop
solution for crafting concepts, managing projects,
and providing feedback at any time
“A collaborative working environment supports
people in both their individual and cooperative
work thus evolving into a new class of
professionals, eprofessionals, who can work
together irrespective of their geographical
location.”
Proofhub
enhances organization in learning projects, but
significantly improves communication and
collaboration among distantly located members
of a learning group
MindMeister
enables groups to do planning or brainstorming
on one mind map document during the early
phases of group work
groups can also use the document for
collaborating during the course of a project as
per the nature of their assignment
Googgle Docs
facilitates creation of meaningful documents
documents can be written, edited, collaborated
upon and accessed from any remote location at
any time and from various devices
BigMarker
facilitates communication among learning
group members through webinars
webinars can be flexibly conducted from any
location at present or in the future
SlideRocket
attractive and engaging presentations can be
created with this web based presentation tool
and can be accessed from anywhere.
members in a learning group can collaboratively
work on one presentation document
Skype
offers video chat facility for improved
communication and  aid’s reliability and ease of
use makes it a preferred choice for remote
collaboration
boosts online group learning, instructors can
conduct video meetings with groups, and they
can also conveniently discuss progress or
concerns with individual students through video
meetings
Online Collaboration Software as a software
application, platform or tool that is delivered as
SoftwareasaService (SaaS), or cloud, and
contains a number of capabilities within one
platform, either built directly in, or integrated
with other applications.
Ideaflip
makes it easy for your team to quickly turn
thoughts into ideas, share and refine them –
whether they’re in the same room or on the
other side of the world
perfect for group brainstorming and individual
ideas
BinFire
an allround project management tool and
designed for team project followups and
collaboration, but the whiteboard and markup
function make it useful for designers too
Scribblar
more like a chat room – it even has audio available –
and creative brainstorming and artwork revision can
be collaborated in the 'room' you create
GoVisually
allows you to mark annotations and place
comments on any part of your project – so
designers and clients can collaborate to revise
projects online without sending painful emails,
which should ultimately increase productivity
Asana
a nifty task and project management tool, that
works especially great for remote teams with a
complex project setup
Mural
a creative tool for you to dragndrop rich
media files, links, and documents onto a big
HTML5 drawing board, which is a great way to
collect inspiration and gather thoughts and it
also supports collaboration that allows
designers to brainstorm cool ideas remotely
anyone can join you to edit and collaborate,
and changes are reflected on the board in
realtime
Team structure and dynamics for ICT
content
aims to discover the ways such tools can enhance
communication and, implicitly collaboration, of intercultural
virtual and hybrid teams, at their early stages of group
development.
The literature review
highlights the most important culture and
virtual environment related issues, which trigger
the necessity of ICT tools’ use
The empirical segment
promotes the choice of an ICT tool for
two different project groups, based on
their communication and collaboration
needs
ICT tools can improve the quality of the
incipient phases of group development
communication is encouraged and facilitated
regardless the implemented communication
model
meetings’ efficiency is increased; workflow is
improved by work synchronization and
awareness
client communication and collaboration is
favored
adoption of new members is streamlined and
the impact of direct interaction’s low extent is
alleviated.
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