We would love the Council's input on how to best do this?
Ken Sinclair: How best to contextualize and connect our historical resources to today's social media streams?
We need to break those large, important chunks of our knowledge into mini moments that are of use to the new workforce. In fact, we need to crush them into dust – Dinosaur Dust if you want to give it a name – that we can then deliver to that generation in a steady stream.
So this is an open call to experts around the industry: can you help me figure out how best to do this? Can you help me connect our reality to their virtuality.
Is there an auto learning algorithm? Self-learning tool or?? existing mediums? Reddit? slack?
Not sure what I am asking for maybe examples of self-learning media networks?
industry articles, interviews, columns, and news a great collection of dinosaur dust, all dated and with its own URL. As you search and find useful information anywhere (not just on our website) you add another piece to the puzzle. Post links and share your own finds in our self-learning media network. If we as an industry start sharing the "ah ha" moments with our self-teaching environments we can get that Dinosaur Dust streaming.