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Presented at AACIS 2009 in Montgomery, Alabama

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  • Cindy teaches in Mesa State’s Center for Teacher Education, teaching both part-online and fully online courses. I oversee our online courses, so I am fairly obsessed with new technologies that can enhance online learning. Web 2.0 refers to the “second generation” of Web utilities. They are characterized by interactivity, facilitating: information sharing – 2-way interactivity user-centered design collaboration
  • This presentation was borne out of the numerous tools that are now available to those who teach and design for online courses.But why are these tools useful for education?Reach students where they are, and how they think
  • Web 2.0 Tools can take you in many directionsGo2Web20 (http://www.go2web20.net/) – 65 pagesTag elearningShow all tags
  • Twitter“140-character blog”Instructional use: capture instant feedbackProfessional: get immediate contact with colleagues
  • FacebookDefineFans, friendsClass or department page.FansSend announcementsPost linksPost notes Edmodo.comPRIVATE social platform
  • THIS IS AN EXAMPLETwubs.com – register and organize hashtagsTwitpic.com – sharing pics via TwitterHootsuite.com – preset TweetsTaweet.com – Twitter schedulingTwellow.com – Twitter directoryTweetDeck.com – monitor and update Facebook and Twitter at once
  • YouTube.comStore and link to self-made videoNot for copyrighted material!Record short lectures, notes, introductions, updates.Public vs. PrivateShy about what to put out there?“What do you think you have?”If it’s good, might invite more students.

May The Tweet Be With You May The Tweet Be With You Presentation Transcript

  • May the Tweet Be With You
  • May the Tweet Be With You:
    Being a Web 2.0 Jedi
    in the Virtual Classroom
    Presenters:
    Kristyn Rose
    and
    Cindy Chovich
    from
    Mesa State College
  • Introduction
    Who we are
    What we won’t cover
    What is Web 2.0?
    One-way vs. Two-way
    Interactivity
    User-centered design
    Collaboration
  • Why this topic?
    Web 2.0 tools for education
    Why use them?
    Reach today’s students
    Video from Kansas State
    Anthropology class
    Self-survey
    Go….
  • A galaxy of tools
    How many are available?
    Go2Web20.net
    Use tags to narrow categories
    Will cover highlights
    Tools to use in education
    Please explore for more!
  • Applying Web 2.0
    RSS
    Podcasting
    Wiki
    Blogging
    Blogs, vlogs, glogs
    Flickr.com
    Delicious.com
  • Social Networking
    Twitter
    “140-character blog”
    Followers, @, and #
    Instructional use
    Capture instant feedback
    Professional use
    Immediate contact
  • Facebook
    Network with individuals, networks, organizations
    Fans and friends
    Create class or department page
    Send announcements as updates
    Post links
    Post Notes
    Lectures, assignments, notes
    Edmodo.com
    Private social platform for education
  • Add-ons: Twitter
    Twubs.com
    Twitpic.com
    Hootsuite.com
    Taweet.com
    Twellow.com
    TweetDeck
    • Help for Educators
  • Instructional Tools
    Course tools
    Udutu.com
    Yacapaca.com
    Engrade.com
    Study Helps
    Knowtes.com
    Diigo.com
    Screen captures
    Jing (jingproject.com)
  • Sharing video
    YouTube, TeacherTube, SchoolTube
    Store and link your video
    Short lectures, notes, introductions
    Public vs. Private
    Lectr.com
    Slideshare.net
    Shy?
    What do you have?
    Can work as “marketing”
  • Subject-specific tools
    Xtimeline.com
    Footnote.com
    Blip.fm
  • Questions?
  • Contact Us
    Kristyn Rose
    krrose@mesastate.edu
    Cindy Chovich
    cchovich@mesastate.edu