Enhance, Engage, and S-T-R-E-T-C-H with Social Media Tools<br />Dr. Julie Giuliani<br />Dean of External Affairs, Technolo...
What will I learn today that I don’t know already?<br />Where do you begin when “in the clouds”?<br />How do I know what s...
Research<br />Horizon Report 2011<br />New Media Consortium<br />Examines emerging technologies for their impact on teachi...
On the Horizon- Technologies to Watch<br />Six emerging technologies<br />likely to enter mainstream adoption within the n...
Augmented Reality<br />
So What?<br />We want a higher education system that provides learners with the workplace skills and competencies they nee...
Bloom’s Taxonomy RevisitedAndrew Churches<br />
Digital Literacy Competency<br />Remembering<br />Understanding<br />Bookmarking<br />Social Networking<br />Searching or ...
Digital Literacy Competency<br />Applying<br />Creating<br />Linking inside documents<br />Mashing –integration of several...
Most Popular Tools <br />
1. Risk<br />Easy to Embed<br />Extensive Planning<br />2. Time<br />Free or Inexpensive<br />Enterprise Licenses<br />3. ...
Student Survey<br />If I set up a Facebook Study Club for this class, would you actively participate? 2) Would you prefer ...
Where to Begin?????<br />
Path of Least Resistance: Interactive Videos via Discussions = Simple Collaboration<br />Understanding: Videos promote new...
Digital Competency: Understanding & Simple Collaboration<br />Students view video and summarize key concepts.<br />Student...
Digital Competency: Remembering & Understanding<br />Delicious: Students access your bookmarks  <br />
Blogs: Student & Community = Understanding and Simple Collaboration<br />
Facebook = Understanding<br />
Elluminate & Skype = Understanding, Applying<br />Use for Virtual Office Hours, Student Orientation, 1 to 1 Discussions (s...
Connectivism = Remembering, Understanding, Applying & Creating<br />Ask students to maintain a blog.<br />Students follow ...
Learner Blogs<br />
Jing = Applying and Creating<br />Using Jing for Team Project<br />
Live Binders = Remembering, Understanding, Applying & Creating<br />3-Ring Binder for the Web<br />Can collect resources, ...
Live Binders = Networking<br />
QR Codes = Applying & Creating<br /><ul><li>2 Dimensional bar code
Scan using smart phones, barcode readers, iPod touch
Connects to images, website links and & text messages</li></li></ul><li>Creative Uses of QR Codes <br />QR Resource List: ...
What’s Next?<br />Some recommendations <br />
Conclusion: Digital Literacy Made Simple<br />Identify the media tools you are currently using in your class.<br />Ask How...
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    1. 1. Enhance, Engage, and S-T-R-E-T-C-H with Social Media Tools<br />Dr. Julie Giuliani<br />Dean of External Affairs, Technology Strategies and Innovation<br />
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    3. 3. What will I learn today that I don’t know already?<br />Where do you begin when “in the clouds”?<br />How do I know what social media tools work best in an online environment?<br />What are some best practices and guidelines fostering digital literacy?<br />
    4. 4. Research<br />Horizon Report 2011<br />New Media Consortium<br />Examines emerging technologies for their impact on teaching, learning and creative inquiry<br />Critical challenges – a pervasive sense that individual organizational constraints are likely the most important factor in any decision to adopt –or not adopt –any given technology <br />Digital media literacy continues its rise in importance as a key skill in every discipline and profession – but concept ill defined <br />
    5. 5. On the Horizon- Technologies to Watch<br />Six emerging technologies<br />likely to enter mainstream adoption within the next one to five years<br />Electronic books<br /> Integration of multimedia and collaborative elements <br />Mobiles<br />Allow very simple tools to be easily integrated into classroom activities; Twitter, a micro blog good example <br />Augmented Reality<br />Blending of information and the real world; augmented books<br />
    6. 6. Augmented Reality<br />
    7. 7. So What?<br />We want a higher education system that provides learners with the workplace skills and competencies they need to adapt in a rapidly changing economy.<br />We want education to adapt to a world altered by technology advances, changing demographics and economies. <br />We want our students to be prepared for uncertainty, complexity and undetermined life and world challenges. <br />
    8. 8. Bloom’s Taxonomy RevisitedAndrew Churches<br />
    9. 9. Digital Literacy Competency<br />Remembering<br />Understanding<br />Bookmarking<br />Social Networking<br />Searching or “Googling”<br />Manipulating web 2.0 and software/ hardware tools<br />Uploading and sharing materials via sites like Flickr, Google docs, etc.<br />Simple collaboration<br />
    10. 10. Digital Literacy Competency<br />Applying<br />Creating<br />Linking inside documents<br />Mashing –integration of several data sources<br />Validating the accuracy and credibility of information<br />Vodcasting, podcasting, vodblogging, mixing and remixing<br />Publishing in text, media or digital formats <br />
    11. 11. Most Popular Tools <br />
    12. 12. 1. Risk<br />Easy to Embed<br />Extensive Planning<br />2. Time<br />Free or Inexpensive<br />Enterprise Licenses<br />3. Cost<br />4. Student<br /> Centered<br />High<br />Low<br />Things to Consider <br />(Curtis Bonk - 100+ Innovative, Interactive and Easy to Implement Instructional Ideas)<br />Low Risk<br />High Risk<br />Instructor<br />Focus<br />Student<br />Focus<br />
    13. 13. Student Survey<br />If I set up a Facebook Study Club for this class, would you actively participate? 2) Would you prefer discussing chapter topics using a blog? 3) How many of you have Twitter accounts? <br />Yes, would use, I am a visual learner.<br />Would use a Study Club if an assignment for class. Too busy.<br />Would love to see the class in Facebook.<br />You are more vulnerable in Facebook. <br />None of these students have a Twitter account.<br />
    14. 14. Where to Begin?????<br />
    15. 15. Path of Least Resistance: Interactive Videos via Discussions = Simple Collaboration<br />Understanding: Videos promote new learning concepts and ideas connected to what learners already know and understand <br />Videos act as Advance Organizers: Provide a context, richer learning, can be replayed for key concepts, bring students to the real world, discussion, reflection, common experience, and the potential for higher order thinking skills.<br />Videos provide verbal and visual information that is more richly stored and recalled.<br />
    16. 16. Digital Competency: Understanding & Simple Collaboration<br />Students view video and summarize key concepts.<br />Students design a quiz based on their summary ideas. Upload, Accuracy <br />Students create a Delicious account, add bookmarks, and share relevant and related information. Simple collaboration.<br />
    17. 17. Digital Competency: Remembering & Understanding<br />Delicious: Students access your bookmarks <br />
    18. 18. Blogs: Student & Community = Understanding and Simple Collaboration<br />
    19. 19. Facebook = Understanding<br />
    20. 20. Elluminate & Skype = Understanding, Applying<br />Use for Virtual Office Hours, Student Orientation, 1 to 1 Discussions (scheduled times) <br />
    21. 21. Connectivism = Remembering, Understanding, Applying & Creating<br />Ask students to maintain a blog.<br />Students follow an expert’s blog; write reflection summaries about weekly postings. <br />
    22. 22. Learner Blogs<br />
    23. 23. Jing = Applying and Creating<br />Using Jing for Team Project<br />
    24. 24. Live Binders = Remembering, Understanding, Applying & Creating<br />3-Ring Binder for the Web<br />Can collect resources, organize them, present them<br />
    25. 25. Live Binders = Networking<br />
    26. 26. QR Codes = Applying & Creating<br /><ul><li>2 Dimensional bar code
    27. 27. Scan using smart phones, barcode readers, iPod touch
    28. 28. Connects to images, website links and & text messages</li></li></ul><li>Creative Uses of QR Codes <br />QR Resource List: Ask students to create a series of QR Codes to website topics discussed and or related YouTube videos .<br />QR Images: Students capture images and upload to Flickr demonstrating key concepts visually. Example- illustrate the concept (s) of collaboration, communication, team work.<br />QR Syllabus: Add QR Codes to your syllabus linking to college website, policy information, faculty web page. <br />
    29. 29. What’s Next?<br />Some recommendations <br />
    30. 30. Conclusion: Digital Literacy Made Simple<br />Identify the media tools you are currently using in your class.<br />Ask How am I using these tools to promote lasting learning? Am I fostering digital literacy development?<br />AskHow comfortable am I using and learning new technologies?<br />AskHow will I determine the technology approaches to use leading to enriched student learning experiences?<br />AskAm I ready to learn from my students? <br />
    31. 31. Resources<br />Slideshare<br />Questions?<br />

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