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TBR08 Keynote Clicker Slides

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Slides from my opening keynote for the 2.5 day Tennessee Board of Regents e-Learning Summer Institute on Web 2.0.

Slides from my opening keynote for the 2.5 day Tennessee Board of Regents e-Learning Summer Institute on Web 2.0.

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  • 1.  
  • 2. Opening Keynote Barry Dahl Duluth, MN
  • 3. Where do you work?
    • TBR University
    • TBR College
    • TBR System Office
    • Other School
    • None of above
  • 4. What is your role?
    • Faculty
    • Inst. Designer
    • Other Support
    • Administrator
    • Other
  • 5. Select each item that is true
    • You have created one or more blogs
    • You write one or more active blogs
    • You regularly read 1+ education blogs
    • You read 10+ blogs via RSS feeds
    • None of the above
  • 6. Select each item that is true
    • You have created a wiki
    • You have edited a wiki
    • You have listened to a podcast
    • You have created a podcast
    • None of the above
  • 7. Which of the following do you do?
  • 8. Choose each service where you have an account
  • 9. Choose each service where you have an account
    • Skype
    • SlideShare
    • Twitter
    • Ustream.tv
    • Zoho
    • None of these
  • 10. Which of these Google Tools do you use?
    • Blogger
    • Google Calendar
    • Google Docs & Spreadsheets
    • Gmail
    • iGoogle start page
    • None of these
  • 11. Which of these Google Tools do you use?
    • Google Maps
    • Google Notebook
    • Google Reader
    • Google Video
    • YouTube
    • None of these
  • 12. At Which of These Social Networking Sites do You Have an Account?
    • Bebo
    • Facebook
    • Friendster
    • Linked In
    • My Space
    • Ning
    • None of the above
  • 13. Which of these VLE have you used ?
    • Angel
    • Blackboard
    • Desire2Learn
    • Moodle
    • Sakai
    • WebCT
    • Other VLE
    • None of the above
  • 14. How important is having a good VLE to e-Learning?
    • Absolutely essential
    • Very important
    • Important
    • Slightly important
    • Not really needed
  • 15. Which of these books have you read?
    • Cluetrain Manifesto (several)
    • The Future of the Internet (Zittrain)
    • The Wealth of Networks (Benkler)
    • The Future of Ideas (Lessig)
    • Free Culture (Lessig)
    • Small Pieces Loosely Joined (DW)
    • Down & Out in Magic Kingdom (Doc)
    • None of the above
  • 16. Choose Each True Statement about Online Students. They..
    • are isolated from their peers
    • plagiarize more than others
    • are connected 24 X 7
    • spend less time on task
    • learn less than their peers
    • None of the above
  • 17. Regarding technology, the current traditional-age students …
    • Have advanced computing skills
    • Use it to cheat in new ways
    • Need a great deal of tech help
    • Learn new tools very easily
    • Interact socially online
    • None of the above
  • 18. Regarding online teaching, you …
    • don’t have time to learn new things
    • embrace new learning opps
    • reach a new type of student
    • work harder than ever before
    • lose touch with your peers
    • None of the above
  • 19. In which of these areas are you well-versed and comfortable?
    • Digital audio and video creation
    • Digital photos and editing
    • Web accessibility (ADA) issues
    • Online social networking
    • E-communications (not e-mail)
    • None of the above
  • 20. Tag: TBR08 Twitter hashtag: #TBR08