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Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
Opening up our practices - July 2012
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  • Three main factorsWe were invisibleStudents LOVE GoogleWe have to sell ideas – making them ‘sticky’ – ‘Simple, Unexpected, Concrete, Credible, Emotional, Stories’ (Heath and Heath, 2007 ‘Made to Stick’)
  • It’s was a little like this… there was a load of good and interesting stuff going on under the surface… but were we visible? Not at all!Image source: http://imgs.xkcd.com/comics/desert_island.png
  • It’s was a little like this… there was a load of good and interesting stuff going on under the surface… but were we visible? Not at all!Image source: http://imgs.xkcd.com/comics/desert_island.png
  • If you wanted to find out about learning technologies at the university… this was what you were confronted with…
  • What’s wrong with this picture?What are the issues?No RSSNo engagementNo interactivityUnchanging contentUninvitingCorporateBut… we’re looking in the wrong place and asking the wrong question. This website serves a different purpose
  • What’s wrong with this picture?What are the issues?No RSSNo engagementNo interactivityUnchanging contentUninvitingCorporateBut… we’re looking in the wrong place and asking the wrong question. This website serves a different purpose
  • We needed somewhere to share ideas, to get discussion happening… to be responsive to our audience and to help make connectionsThe official website is not a place for ideas.
  • In the University of Sheffield Students’ Union ‘Technology in learning and teaching’ research, 2012, the top 5 websites and online resources students couldn’t live without was as follows:1. google/google scholar/google mail2. MOLE3. online journal resources4. Wikipedia5. youTubeImage from http://www.flickr.com/photos/31751386@N00/7760134/
  • Image by http://www.flickr.com/photos/9822107@N08/3341768026/We need to be practitioners… we need to be visible… we need to be enthusiastic… we need to be supportive… and interesting… and innovative… and this is where going Google has really helped us.
  • Image source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mobilestreetlife/4179063482/in/photostream/
  • We’re taking the view that Twitter and Facebook are personal points of presence – Google Apps including Google+ and Blogger are our professional tools for visibility and discussion… the point where there’s intersection is through the use of hash-tagged content
  • We’re taking the view that Twitter and Facebook are personal points of presence – Google Apps including Google+ and Blogger are our professional tools for visibility and discussion… the point where there’s intersection is through the use of hash-tagged content
  • We’re taking the view that Twitter and Facebook are personal points of presence – Google Apps including Google+ and Blogger are our professional tools for visibility and discussion… the point where there’s intersection is through the use of hash-tagged content
  • Discussions / interviews / general chat
  • We use a hashtag and a circle to update each other every day on what we’re doing across two teams
  • Because you can easily +1 things on a range of websites, it’s been great for sharing items of interest across the team. If I want to draw something to someone’s attention in particular, I just +them and it grabs their attention
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    1. Sarah Horrigan University of SheffieldImage from http://www.flickr.com/photos/13522901@N00/166894436/
    2. Image source: http://imgs.xkcd.com/comics/desert_island.png
    3. Image source: http://imgs.xkcd.com/comics/desert_island.png
    4. We‟re here…
    5. … didn‟t you spot us?
    6. Ideas
    7. StudentsLOVEGoogle Image from http://www.flickr.com/photos/31751386@N00/7760134/
    8. “They should use it (Google apps) bydefault to show other people thebenefits of it. At the moment there isnot that top down, lead by exampleapproach”University of Sheffield Students Union,„Technology Use in Learning and Teaching‟, 2012 Image source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/9822107@N08/3341768026/
    9. SocialMedia
    10. Dissemination
    11. The blog
    12. Learningtechnologiesteam.blogspot.com
    13. Find
    14. Participate
    15. Share
    16. Subscribe
    17. Discover
    18. Relatedcontent
    19. Sharingtools
    20. Comment
    21. Image source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mobilestreetlife/4179063482/in/photostream/ Social isn‟t social unless you‟re sociable
    22. Before...is anybodyout there?
    23. After...Educational institutions visiting the learning technologies blog March to July 2012
    24. Image source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/41346951@N05/5764458313/“I saw it on the blog”
    25. What aboutFacebook andTwitter?
    26. They dontreallyfeature
    27. #Personal
    28. #Personal Professional
    29. #Personal Professional
    30. If people want toTweet things forus from theirpersonalaccount... theyuse the hashtag#cicsltt
    31. This is where Google+ comes in...
    32. "I dont getGoogle+"
    33. "I dont getGoogle+"(Me, 2011)
    34. "I dont getGoogle+"(whoops!)
    35. Sometimes its worth persevering...
    36. ... this is one of those times...
    37. Posting on Google+
    38. Dont restrict the viewImage source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/thomashawk/6913489179/
    39. Public by defaultImage source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/thomashawk/6913489179/
    40. Circles by exceptionImage source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/thomashawk/6913489179/
    41. Our Google+ page
    42. Meeting
    43. Collaborating
    44. Developing
    45. Chatting
    46. Updating
    47. Sharing
    48. Promoting
    49. Some last thoughts… Image source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/51035555243@N01/6924666559/
    50. Model the behaviouryou want to see Image source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/51035555243@N01/6924666559/
    51. Tackle what can betackled Image source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/51035555243@N01/6924666559/
    52. Use the system Image source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/51035555243@N01/6924666559/
    53. Tell real stories Image source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/51035555243@N01/6924666559/
    54. Be practitioners Image source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/51035555243@N01/6924666559/
    55. Let people in… andyour message out Image source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/51035555243@N01/6924666559/
    56. Image from http://www.flickr.com/photos/13522901@N00/166894436/

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