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Presentation by Jeff Nugent and Britt Watwood to Virginia Sch Bd Assoc

Presentation by Jeff Nugent and Britt Watwood to Virginia Sch Bd Assoc

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  • 1. Email Is For Old People Developing Our Own Digital Literacy Jeff Nugent and Britt Watwood VSBA 2008 Annual Convention Williamsburg VA November 20, 2008
  • 2. Session Overview
    • Initial perspectives…
    • Changing nature of the web
    • Explore web tools / practices
    • Discussion…
  • 3. http://2008vsba.wetpaint.com
  • 4. Initial perspectives…
  • 5. Who has sent a hand written letter (not counting bills) in the last…
    • Week?
    • Month?
    • Year?
    • Have not sent hand written letter in over a year
  • 6. How many emails did you send last week?
    • None
    • 1 – 10 ?
    • 11 – 20 ?
    • 21 – 50 ?
    • 51 – 100 ?
    • More than 100 ?
  • 7. How many instant messages (IM’s) did you send last week?
    • I don’t IM
    • 1 – 10 ?
    • 11 – 20 ?
    • 21 – 50 ?
    • 51 – 100 ?
    • More than 100 ?
  • 8. How many text messages did you send last week?
    • I don’t send text messages
    • 1 – 10 ?
    • 11 – 20 ?
    • 21 – 50 ?
    • 51 – 100 ?
    • More than 100 ?
  • 9. How many updates to Facebook or MySpace did you make last week?
    • I don’t have a Facebook / MySpace account
    • 1 – 10 ?
    • 11 – 20 ?
    • 21 – 50 ?
    • 51 – 100 ?
    • More than 100 ?
  • 10. How is the web changing where and how communication and learning are taking place?
  • 11. 2004 2004 2008 1998 2007 2005 2003 2001 2003 2005 2008 2004 2006 2008 1999 2003 2005 2004
  • 12.
    • Unprecedented access to information
    • Freely available web-based tools
    • New publishing opportunities
    • User generated filtering, organization & distribution
    • Vast informal learning opportunities
    • Web experience dominated by creation, interaction and participation…the social web
    Today’s Web
  • 13. Exploring Web Tools Engagement Collaboration Network Building Interaction
  • 14. Blogs
  • 15. Open Community of Practice
  • 16. A collaborative website freely accessible where anyone can contribute or modify content
  • 17.  
  • 18.  
  • 19.
    • Organize your bookmarks with tags
    • Get to your bookmarks from anywhere
    • Find more cool links like those you already have
    • Share resources with colleagues or students
    • Feed your links to a web site, blog, Facebook, etc.
  • 20. Find Website You Like & Click “TAG”
  • 21. Add Comments Add Tags Suggested Tags Your Network
  • 22. Saved By 170 Other…
  • 23. Note
  • 24.  
  • 25. Social Networks
  • 26. One Student’s Facebook Network
  • 27.  
  • 28. Commonalities Between Tools
    • Social Media uses practices that emphasize:
      • Connections
      • Commenting
      • Building of Shared Meaning
      • Global Reach
  • 29. Thoughts & questions
  • 30. " New technologies are always used to do old tasks--until some driving force causes them to be used in new ways." ~Marshall McLuhan
  • 31. Watch Video In Link Below