Augmented Learning Collaboration (ALC) changes how we collaborate in many ways. We have tried to provide an overview of the salient features, illustrating each by a dedicated use case.
We explore the "Why ALC" in two complentary FAQ describing this innovation :
- We present ALC as a new paradigm of digital togetherness and introduce key concepts such as "symFlos", "symBots", "virtual private assistants". And share a first use case, the (un)happy hyperCol (i.e., somebody who collaborates as a lot).
- We present the difference between micro- and macro-collaboration, i.e., what will change between today without ALC and tomorrow with ALC.
We then delve into the understanding of key ALC features each of which contributes to the bears in itself a deep possibility of transformation, in particular:
- The role of time and pace in symFlos
- The potential of configurable collective intelligence to organise complex tasks
- The combination of structured and informal collaborative exchanges, which are amalgamated in hybrid models to fully empower inter-human collaboration
- The possibilities enabledd by deep collaborative content, carrying not only the result but also the collaboration process and its evolution
- The core concept of embodying individual habits and collective practices in symFlo templates that can become themselves the object of collaboration, thus enabling metacollaboration
- The potential of communities of practice and shared collaboration cultures, a systemic approach to creating and transforming the cultures of organisations and communities