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21st Century Skills:
Get Organized for Learning
Bob Bertsch
NDSU Agriculture Communication
What is an active learner?
What is an active learner?
continuously learning
personal learning network
information flows to them
able to find and foll...
How do you currently save online info?
todaysmeet.com/ndsuorganize
Traditional Learning
Learning in the Flow
Personal Knowledge Management
Harold Jarche - jarche.com
Where to Save
 Where you find online info
 Where content can be tagged
 Where content can be accessed from all devices
...
Web Browsers
 Internet Explorer
 Mozilla Firefox
 Google Chrome
 Apple Safari
Diigo
Evernote
Pinterest
YouTube
Next Steps
 Write down 3 things you plan to do to get started
organizing your learning.
todaysmeet.com/ndsuorganize
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To get the most out of online information, you need to know how to save, categorize and organize it for later use. We'll talk about a number of methods and tools you can use to get your information organized for learning.

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  1. 1. 21st Century Skills: Get Organized for Learning Bob Bertsch NDSU Agriculture Communication
  2. 2. What is an active learner?
  3. 3. What is an active learner? continuously learning personal learning network information flows to them able to find and follow leverages power of online networks aggregates information from different sources curates content comfortable in social spaces narrates their work
  4. 4. How do you currently save online info? todaysmeet.com/ndsuorganize
  5. 5. Traditional Learning
  6. 6. Learning in the Flow
  7. 7. Personal Knowledge Management Harold Jarche - jarche.com
  8. 8. Where to Save  Where you find online info  Where content can be tagged  Where content can be accessed from all devices  Where content can be searched  Where content can be openly shared with others
  9. 9. Web Browsers  Internet Explorer  Mozilla Firefox  Google Chrome  Apple Safari
  10. 10. Diigo
  11. 11. Evernote
  12. 12. Pinterest
  13. 13. YouTube
  14. 14. Next Steps  Write down 3 things you plan to do to get started organizing your learning. todaysmeet.com/ndsuorganize
  15. 15. Questions
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