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e-skills: competences for collaboration and knowledge sharing in digital society

e-skills: competences for collaboration and knowledge sharing in digital society
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    e-skills: competences for collaboration and knowledge sharing in digital society e-skills: competences for collaboration and knowledge sharing in digital society Presentation Transcript

    • e-skills { COMPETENCES FOR COLLABORATION AND KNOWLEDGE SHARING IN DIGITAL SOCIETY September 2011 Higher School of Education, Polytechnic Institute of Santarém Complexo Andaluz, 2001-902 Santarém - Portugal
    • [justification of IP course]why do we need to prepare students with e-skills: o digital networked society o e-learning o life long learning, social media, establishing personal learning networks, communication of ideas (as individuals and as part of an organisation) o work collaboratively at a distance o online tools
    • [goals of IP course]Provide students with ICT skills for a digital society, namely: o Identification of students competences in ICT; o Present students with different available collaboration tools by exploring the web 2.0; o Selection of specific tools to create students personal learning environment (PLE); o Acquire necessary knowledge to master the selected tools; o Work collaboratively with the web 2.0 tools; o Become proficient in digital collaboration
    • [methodology]o Lectures and workshops to present the potentialities of web 2.0 tools for knowledge sharing and collaborative work;o Identification of students competences in ICT with a fishbowl strategy;o Speed mentoring to help students understand what competences and tools they need to share and work collaboratively in digital society;o Hands on workshops to explore, get to know and understand the available 2.0 web collaboration tools;o Hands on workshops for students develop and create their PLE;o Group therapy (reflective approach) sessions to sum up each days work;o Final session to wrap up the knowledge acquired throughout the IP course;
    • [outcomes]o Scientific paperso blog (to help students and tutors to create, develop and maintain a community of practice around the IP course theme)o conference (with plenary sessions and poster sessions - students have the opportunity to present their work)o Define a set of web 2.0 collaborative tools to serve as a model to other students interested in collaborative work in digital society
    • [target & team]target o higher education students o social education, teacher training, healthteam o ICT teachers o Educational Sciences teachers o Social Education teachers o Health teachersproponents o Ana Loureiro [ana.loureiro@ese.ipsantarem.pt] o Inês Messias [ines.messias@ese.ipsantarem.pt] o Maria Barbas [maria.barbas@ese.ipsantarem.pt]