Invitation for the February 22, 2011 K-NET Event Online :: Webinar and Knowledge-Lab

Invitation for the February 22, 2011 K-NET Event Online ::
Webinar and  Knowledge-Lab







Welcome with new insights and ideas on how to improve your work environment through KM! We will be hosting a new Knowledge-LAB and you are invited.  See New Schedule below!


K-LAB, a short version for Knowledge-Lab, is a virtual space where knowledge specialist craft ideas, information, and knowledge through an ongoing online dialogue and a visual language.  K-LAB can be thought of as an online Knowledge-Café, a virtual Open Space in real time on Internet.


We provide a free, one-hour introduction course-webinar to facilitate participation and digital collaboration in K-Lab events just before the K-Lab.  During the course-webinar we will share with the participants the specific Web 2.0 abilities and tools that are used for real-time collaboration without geographical barriers in K-Lab events,  such as the WebIDEApro platform. 


Both the K-Lab and the training session require registration. To register follow the link below:


This month, at the K-Lab we will be discussing the special theme:

Take 2:

How to take advantage of the Web Open Space approach? How to facilitate a group gathering with this new methodologies and tools?

Participate and share your insights and experiences.


The event will take place live on-line starting first with the webinar. If you have already attended the introduction, go directly to the K-Lab at 9:00 h NY Time zone.


Where?  On the WebIDEApro platform :: 


Date: February 22, 2011 

Time:: (Please check your local time, time zones are changing, look for the new local daylight hours)

See here: 





Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Ottawa, Boston, Miami, New York: 08h 

Fredericton, Moncton, Halifax: 09h


Brasilia, Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro : 11h 


London: 13h 

Brussels: 14h 

Amsterdam, Rome:  14h 

Cape Town  : 15h 


Hong Kong : 21h


Kathmandu : 18h45


Brisbane : 23h

Sydney: 00h




Following your registration to K-Lab, you will receive more specific information and links.

Both the K-Lab and the training session are free and require registration. To register follow the link below:


Invite a friend, it is fun!


Do not hesitate to contact us if you need any help. 


See you online soon! 





Joel and the K-Net Team





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