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    1. 1. ONLINE LEARNING 101:UNLOCKING THEPOSSIBILITIES Debra Lee PhD Student, Instructional Technology University of Tennessee Knoxville, Tennessee dlee41@utk.edu
    2. 2. Objectives Practical uses of technology for the classroom Sharing of resources and ideas between teachers
    3. 3. The Helpdesk/Saving Paperwww.onlinelearning101.pbwiki.com
    4. 4. Maybry Middle School Studentquote: “Making a movie is like learning on steroids.”
    5. 5. Needs Analysis Wiki  Blogs  PBWiki  Blogger  Wikidot  Wordpress  Wikispaces  Audio Podcast  Audacity  Podomatic  Surveys CMS  SurveyMonkey  Moodle  Exercise Creators Rubric Creators  Hot Potatoes  Rubistar  Quandary
    6. 6. Wikis: Pros & Cons Easy  Little site control Practical  More features in pay  Peer editing versions  Great project work  Levels of control  More time on content  Locked and hidden rather than technology pages Podcasting possible  Can be simply a teacher repository
    7. 7. PBWiki WikiDot WikispacesCost Free (basic only) Free (paid options Free (basic only) Silver ($10/month) available) Plus ($5/month) Gold ($25/month) Super ($20/month)Storage 10 MB (basic) 100MB (file storage) 2 GB (file storage) 2 GB (gold) 5MB file size for 10 MB (upload) Unlimited pages uploading Unlimited pages Unlimited pagesEase of Use 10/10 for ease of use 8/10 9/10 Click & Point + HTML (some HTML editing) editorsPrivate or Public Private or Public Private or Public Public (Private only if pay)Images/Audio Easy Moderately easy EasyEditing Visible as you work in Not visible as you Visible as you work in Click Click & Point Mode work & Point Mode (WYSIWYG) (WYSIWYG)Ads None on Educational None Yes (none if you pay) VersionSite Manager Excellent Good Good
    8. 8. WikisOpen-Source Free Basic Version www.wikidot.com  www.pbwiki.com www.mediawiki.com  www.wikispaces.com Lee TETC, November 2007
    9. 9. Practical Uses of WikisStudent Uses Teacher Uses Peer Editing  Materials Repository  No more scrambling for the materials you know you have Easy Websites for Teachers and Students  Easy E-Portfolios  Focus on content not website creation Project and Task-Based Activities  E-Portfolios
    10. 10. PodcastsPodcasting Podcatching Send your own voice to the  Catch someone else’s web audio file for your MP3  www.podomatic.com player  www.wordpress.com  ITunes  www.blogger.com  http://www.apple.com/itunes/ download/  Juice  http://juicereceiver.sourceforg e.net/ Lee TETC, November 2007
    11. 11. Podcasts you can use NPR’s Podcast Directory  BBC (British Broadcast  http://www.npr.org/rss/podca Company) st/podcast_directory.php  http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio/p odcasts/directory/ NY Times Podcasts  http://www.nytimes.com/ref/  www.odeo.com multimedia/podcasts.html?8 (Newsweek Channel) qa  http://odeo.com/channel/750/ view Lee TETC, November 2007
    12. 12. Tools for creating podcasts  Open Source  Record Voice  Record Streaming  Create MP3s Lee TETC, November 2007
    13. 13. Practical Uses of Podcasting ESL  Spoken English Practice (with audio teacher response)  Listening/Response Journals (to pre-published podcasts or student-generated podcasts) Project or Task-Based Learning  Movie creation with digital camera, Windows Movie Maker (or Mac IMovie), and Audacity
    14. 14. Blogging www.blogger.com  Free www.wordpress.com  Privacy option  Podcasts can be uploaded
    15. 15. Practical Uses for Blogging Topic-based journals  Response required (written or oral) Webpage creation  Widgets  YouTube  Video  Audio
    16. 16. Other Useful Web ToolsThe Benefits of Web 2.0 and Web 3.o is coming Second Life and other Virtual Worlds
    17. 17. Collaboration Tools Google Docs and Spreadsheets (www.docs.google.com) Skype (www.skype.com) Tapped-In (www.tappedin.org) Wikis (www.pbwiki.com)
    18. 18. Resource Tools Online Surveys  www.surveymonkey.com Rubric Creators  http://rubistar.4teachers.org/index.php Cartoon Movie Makers  http://www.dfilm.com/live/moviemaker.html
    19. 19. Course Management Systems Moodle (www.moodle.org)  Hot Potatoes  http://hotpot.uvic.ca/  Quandary  http://www.halfbakedsoftware.com/quandary.php  Peer Review Modules  Peer Response (social networking)
    20. 20. Contact Information www.onlinelearning101.pbwiki.com Debra Lee  dleetn@gmail.com

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