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  • Insert Image from Tagexdo of HEFCE’s report
  • Sources of images: Map – University of Portsmouth Pompey Logo: http://home.clara.net/anvil/pompeybest.jpg Spinnaker Tower: http://www.spinnakertower.co.uk/ Mary Rose: http://www.maryrose.org/
  • Traditional view of eLearning – getting the lectures, library & exam into the computer.
  • But, as well as learning in the library & from the lecturers, most students learn when talking to their friends in the bars & coffee shops.
  • SO, now we have to get the bars & coffee shops into the model. So, we now have people reaching out across the computer.
  • Great debate about what they actually are; do they exist, who is responsible for creating the term (generally seen as Tim O’Reilly) Two main aspects – the ideas of User Created Content – as compared to the more static readable information (also called “Read/write” web). Social Networking – an extension of ideas such as Newsgroups/ Mailists – but much more. How it is used – students have always done these things; but methods & size of audience changing rapidly. Organising personal work – much as students have always done. Prime audience = author. N.B. Backup issues – if material online. What is greater risk – online or the dog? Dissemination – again, what students have done before but changing audience (and potential for more control) Information gathering; but need to learn much greater filtering etc., skills. Group collaboration – should this be an extra category, or is it in fact a combination of dissemination & Information Gathering?
  • The design of AI based tutoring programs represents a new paradigm for educational research. This paradigm involves a unique marriage of methods and goals from artificial inte11igence, psychology, traditional pedagogy, and computer science. Using Logo for teaching
  • http://steve-wheeler.blogspot.com/2010/07/anatomy-of-ple.html
  • Wheeler’s view – many others have drawn diags; this is nice as doesn’t include tool names, and there are places where non-tech aspects can go.
  • Knowledge building; should all know about it! Used Knowledge forum 2002-07 groups of MSc DL students.
  • Current grads – graduation & also in the bar; inc. Glynn who’s not here.
  • Developed in UK as “Learning landscape” – now more generic; offers blogging; groups (N.B. One of biggest Elgg installs is Ruckus – for rugby fans); tagging; links; file uploads & RSS to track them all. Initially used for blogging; then moved to using it with BSc students to develop research communities.
  • Communities in Elgg
  • Collaboration, Negotiation, leadership, collective intelligence, technical proficiency; appropriation. Creativity. Come out in the last few months
  • Based on Rogers Diffusion of Innovation model. Got 183 responses from c. 847 academic staff; assume it’s not random – just those who were interested enough to fill it in.
  • Have to be using it personally to use it with students.
  • Sierra – via http://janeknight.typepad.com/socialmedia/2010/07/if-you-think-you-can.html
  • http://media.appappeal.com/map/map20.JPG
  • Discuss if time!
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    • 1. Emma Duke-Williams PLNs & PLEs What are they & why do you need them?
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    • 6. Original Diagram: Tim O’Reilly 2005. http://www.oreillynet.com/pub/a/oreilly/tim/news/2005/09/30/what-is-web-20.html
    • 7. Web 2.0 and Students
      • Social Networking
      • User Created Content.
      • Personal
      • Dissemination
      • Information gathering
    • 8. Adapted from kmcvean: http://www.slideshare.net/gofull/38114/15
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    • 12. Knowledge Building
    • 13. Knowledge Builders!
    • 14. Elgg
    • 15. Elgg community links
    • 16. 21 st Century Skills - Employability
    • 17.
      • Collaboration
      • Communication
      • Creativity
      • Leadership
      • Technological proficiency
      • Negotiation
      • Collective intelligence
      • Appropriation
    • 18. Staff use of Web 2.0
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    • 20. Modelling/ apprenticeship
    • 21. Experiential nature of Web 2.0
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    • 24. Barriers – resistance and fears
    • 25. Web 2.0 vs. VLE
    • 26. Scalability
    • 27. Constraint
    • 28. Web 2.0 Complexity
    • 29. Trajectory for PLE/PLN
    • 30. Stages
    • 31. A world of Web2 logos
    • 32. Google Apps Live presentation :
    • 33. Twitter
    • 34. Delicious
    • 35. Second Life
    • 36.  
    • 37. Comfort zone - moving out of...
    • 38. Paper Reference
      • http://userweb.port.ac.uk/~kingt/research/Majorca-Paper-draft1.pdf

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