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Presentation for the WiAOC 2007 conference

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  • Open and Participatory Web Publishing WiAOC 20th May 2007 Barbara Dieu and Patricia Glogowski
  • when new technology is introduced we tend to replicate the existing structures
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  • “ I have always imagined the information space as something to which everyone has immediate and intuitive access, and not just to browse, but to create .” Tim Berners-Lee, 1999
  • "Gradually, people are coming to realize that the term ‘free’ has to do with access, not with price. . .” Tim O’Reilly http://www.december.com/cmc/mag/1995/jul/cutting.html
  • Today´s learners Actively seek to establish social ties with peers & others (f2f & virtually) Participate actively in interest based online communities
  • Engage in multimodal networking (text, video, audio, photo) Learn through interaction with others (Vygotsky, 1979 participatory learning)
  • Learn in chunks & learn at any time/any place Construct their own multi-literacies (social, cultural, cognitive, linguistic & imaginative capital) at an unprecedented pace
  • Structure of Learning Environment Communication Dynamics affects
  • when using blogs and social tools in the classroom be aware of what makes this new media UNIQUE
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  • Powerful dynamic Web-publishing platforms which allow you to document your learning process, build a personal portfolio and establish a presence online
  • encourage exploration new experiences observation reflection expression of creativity
  • Educating for 21st century
    • Social networking
    • Community building and interaction
    • Multi-literacies and autonomy
    • global and local communities local and global connections
    • Develop intercultural communication skills
  • Language learning is incidental (travels, interests, exposure to people and situations)
  • significant conversations, language use and awareness happen in open environments where meaning must be negotiated in different contexts
  • Blogs and social tools
    • allow for authentic learning
    • authentic language
    • authentic tasks
    • authentic feedback
  • Blogs and social tools facilitate active learning community building participatory learning
  • Are you replicating the traditional teacher-centred and teacher-controlled classroom in these environments?
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  • Thank you Barbara Dieu and Patricia Glogowski