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Slides from my keynote presentation at the Plymouth Enhanced Learning Conference 2013 (#pelc13). ...

Slides from my keynote presentation at the Plymouth Enhanced Learning Conference 2013 (#pelc13).

As it was a closing keynote, I attempted to weave topics, themes, images and other resources from the conference into my narrative.

Thanks for the invitation, Steve Wheeler!

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  • Donald Clark – grumbles about long intros. I think It is important to introduce yourself because I’m not doing a content dump. I want to learn socially with you. Perhaps not in the next 45 mins, but after that. Also it helps to get some misconceptions out of the way. For instance, I find it helps to tell people that my annoying American accent doesn’t mean I’m american.
  • Just button pushing training – not instilling self efficacy
  • World mosaic made out of 1001 web2.0 logosWeb2.0 tools – web2.0 can be a bit of a controversial term, however I’ve found it a good heuristic to explain the new possibilities we have available to us to connect with people, information and learning. We’ve gone from a 1.0 world, where the information published was by a small group, for mass consumption. Information was static, to this 2.0 environment where anyone can communicate, connect, create content, collaborate & contribute to the conversation…Unfortunately this also leads to our challenge…
  • Also time for reflection. To blog. To think.
  • It’s overwhelming. With so much information, tools & people out there, how do we start?
  • Your pln becomes your filter to safely take a drink from thmake sense of that fire hydrant
  • It’s personal
  • Oh my god, with all this work and all this tools, where do I start? Other hesitations can be: I don’t want to be out there. I want to contain my digital footprint (for now)
  • Activity 2
  • Activity 2
  • It’s overwhelming. With so much information, tools & people out there, how do we start?

Make A Learnscape In Your Workscape #pelc13 Make A Learnscape In Your Workscape #pelc13 Presentation Transcript

  • CREATING A LEARNSCAPEIN YOUR WORKSCAPEJOYCE SEITZINGERDEAKIN UNIVERSITY#PELC13 PLYMOUTH
  • FOLLOW ALONG• Digital handout: http://tiny.cc/learnscape
  • MY LIFESCAPE
  • A KNITWORKED LEARNER• On Twitter since Nov 2007 -followers 6154• Organiser PLE Conference 2012• Blogger – 16K downloads• Instagram – 1043 pics• Linkedin – 500+ connections• Pinterest -• Facebook – 500+ friends• Flickr• Klout – 70• Scoopit – 5 boards• Yammer• Dropbox & Google Drive/Docs
  • All pics cc license Flickr catspyjamasnz
  • MY ROLESMoodleAdminCourseBuilderLearningDesigner TeachereLearningpolicy &strategyTrainerMoodleHelpdeskGraphicDesigner
  • Wiring a place fortechnology iseasy,Wiring people fortechnology ishard.-Tania Major at #converge10Imagecclicensedbyjbcuriohttp://www.flickr.com/photos/jbcurio/4077260761
  • Challenge
  • OBSTACLESAnecdotes• Empty workshops• Never a good time• Priorities• Rush jobs• Unprepared@beckyharcombe mentioned that some donot want or refuse to use it. and this needsexamination. question asked; is it twitter? or isit because its part of a professionalcommunity?
  • @TyElworthyBEd
  • WE’VE ALL FELT LIKE THIS…
  • Basic functions of asocial media toolCreate profileFind friends &conversationsConnect withfriendsCommunicateForm groupsor hubsShareartefactsLabelartefacts
  • HEGARTY & KELLYfour main findings:1 The staff development models in use across six tertiary institutions in New Zealand were verysimilar– training workshops for technology and learning management systems, qualifications, just-in-time,peer support, mentoring.2 Participants engaged in a wide-ranging amount of informal staff development activitiesbecause of a number of factors, for example, (i) participants’ interests were wider than whatformal staff development had to offer, and (ii) time and workload constraints.3 Existing formal staff development models in the six institutions sampled were not alwaysadequate to assist staff to fully develop their capability and potential for eLearning.4 The findings of this project were consistent with research elsewhere in the New Zealandtertiary sector, for example, in relation to factors impacting on staff who engage with eLearning(Mitchell, Clayton, Gower, Barr & Bright, 2005) and some of the impediments which may affectadoption of eLearning, e.g. time and adequate support.
  • HEGARTY & KELLYSome key comments about informal ways of learning included the following:“Having a sound knowledge of technology and pedagogy assisted as one could focuson learning the eTeaching tools and eTeaching methodology”;“Many years of participation in e-lists, discussion forums and chat has shaped myunderstanding of on-line communities”;“I have learned a lot from working informally with an on-line group at a … universityas a visitor to the site”;“Helped to develop relationships which may not have been forged so easily”http://www.academia.edu/1069128/eLearning_adoption_Staff_development_and_selfefficacy
  • “Social Media is like Pandora’s Box” – Prof. Grainne Conole
  • Nicholas Carr
  • http://www.theconversationprism.com/800x600/
  • cc licensed flickr photo by Will Lion: http://flickr.com/photos/will-lion/2595497078/
  • Not just information, technology too…The two feed on each other…
  • cc licensed flickr photo by courosa: http://flickr.com/photos/courosa/2922421696/MY NETWORK WAS MY FILTER AND MY LIFELINE
  • ABOUT THE TOOLSBlog. Cc license Martin Weller http://nogoodreason.typepad.co.uk/no_good_reason/2007/12/my-personal-wor.html
  • ABOUT THE PEOPLEcc licensed flickr photo by shareski: http://flickr.com/photos/shareski/465487261/
  • ABOUT THE PEOPLE
  • You have thebuildingblocks…Flickr cc license by fragmented http://www.flickr.com/photos/fragmented/2645000094/
  • http://www.theconversationprism.com/800x600/
  • …how will you arrange them?Flickr cc license by fragmented http://www.flickr.com/photos/fragmented/2645000094/
  • • Low Profile• LowCommunication• In your own time• High Profile• LowCommunication• In your own time• Low Profile• LowCommunication• In your own time• High Profile• HighCommunication• StreamedStaffRoomFilingCabinetMagazinePortfolioDesign your PLN.Build your filter.Youhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/catspyjamasnz/7089515065/
  • TEACHERS/ACADEMICS AS NETWORKEDPRACTITIONERS
  • IS THIS AN ORGANISATION?
  • SHOULD UNIVERSITIES BE MORE LIKESPACE STATIONS?
  • DOCK YOUR PLN WITH US
  • DEAKIN’S CLOUDSTRATEGY
  • DEAKIN NEEDS CLOUDACADEMICS…
  • MY JOB: GROWING CLOUD ACADEMICSStaff development – cloud community ofpracticeCuration
  • HAROLD JARCHE WWW.JARCHE.COM“Organizations need to extend the notion ofwork beyond collaboration, beyond teams, andbeyond the corporate fire wall. They need tomake social networks, communities of practice,and narrative part of the work.”
  • COMMUNITIESOF PRACTICE
  • High touch Low touchPersonal Personalcoaching/conversationsAid in growing PLNProvide resources/selfhelp guidesTeam Learning design,constructive alignment,designing learningactivities, assist withassessment designDesign templates forcourse, resources,process guidesCommunity of Practice Facilitate meetings,webinars, etcCommunitymanagementCurate and informRun shortcourses/miniMOOCsProvide the communityhabitatNetwork Broker relationships withexpertsIdentify MOOCs, externalresources, OERs,
  • HABITAT TECHNOLOGIES?
  • DIGITAL HABITATS: STEWARDING TECHNOLOGY FORCOMMUNITIES
  • EmailTelephonyVideoconferenceTeleconferenceMember directoryNewsletterSite IndexCHECK!Email lists
  • DiscussionBoardsCommunityPublic PageIndividual ProfilePageDocumentManagementVersion ControlSORTA…Content repositoryWhiteboard
  • CommentingApplicationSharingIndividual ProfilePageTaggingBlogsMIA…WikisShared FilteringContent ratingPresenceIndicatorInstant MessagingNetworking Tools/Sites
  • http://www.caledonianacademy.net/spaces/LLiDA/index.php?n=Main.LookingToTheFuture
  • COMMUNITIESOF PRACTICE
  • Connected Principals with George Couros
  • NETPRAXDeakin University, Faculty of Health. March 2013 - Jun 2014Instilling networked practice for personal learning, teachingpractice and research practiceiPad basedYammer/Facebook/BlogTwitter.com/netprax
  • WELCOME TO YOUR NEW JOB!http://www.flickr.com/photos/safari_vacation/7496765660/
  • COACH
  • • Low Profile• LowCommunication• In your own time• High Profile• LowCommunication• In your own time• Low Profile• LowCommunication• In your own time• High Profile• HighCommunication• StreamedStaffRoomFilingCabinetMagazinePortfolioDesign your PLN.Build your filter.Youhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/catspyjamasnz/7089515065/
  • 61CRICOS Provider Code: 00113B
  • A PHENOMENAL EXPERIENCENeed more info…
  • Steve WheelerAlec CourosMartin Wellerhttp://www.bloomsburyacademic.com/view/DigitalScholar_9781849666275/book-ba-9781849666275.xmlInger Mewburnaka Thesiswhispererwww.thesiswhisperer.comCONNECTOR
  • PERSONAL DIGITAL BRANDER
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/will-lion/3974469907/
  • FAMILIAR FACES
  • http://about.me/joyce.seitzinger
  • BE MOBILE PROFESSIONAL
  • COMMUNITY MANAGER
  • BUILD A BRAND
  • ORGANISE EVENTS(WORKSHOPS/TRAINING/CONFS)(Image by @howen)
  • HAVE FOOD
  • ISSUE BADGES
  • CREATE A MAKER CULTURE• Here Comes Everybody• Making is Connecting
  • START EASY - SLIDES• www.slideshare.net/timbuckteeth• www.slideshare.net/gconole• www.slideshare.net/courosa
  • START EASY - SLIDES
  • BE OPEN
  • 14 TranslationsBasqueHebrewSpanishGermanPortugueseBrazilianFrenchNorwegianCatalanSloveneDutchCroatian……
  • BRING EXPERTS IN
  • VISUAL COMMUNICATOR
  • “The rise of platforms like Pinterestand Instagram, and Facebooksmultimillion-dollar acquisition ofthe latter, shows how visual contentis becoming an increasinglyimportant force for communicationonline.”"Pictures have also become a shortform way of communicating lots ofinformation quickly and succinctly,"says Samuals.http://www.fastcompany.com/3000794/rise-visual-social-media
  • NMC HORIZON REPORT AUSTRALIAhttp://www.nmc.org/publications/2013-technology-outlook-australian-tertiary-education
  • MINDMAPPING / DRAWING
  • Lynda Barry’s course outlinehttp://www.openculture.com/2013/01/join_cartoonislynda_barry_for_a_university-level_course_on_doodling_and_neuroscience.html
  • CURATOR
  • cc licensed flickr photo by Will Lion: http://flickr.com/photos/will-lion/2595497078/
  • http://www.bethkanter.org/content-curation-101/
  • STEP 1: SET UP YOUR STREAMSSet upstreams
  • STEP 2: REGULARLY ACCESS YR STREAMSAccessSet upstreams
  • IPAD IS MAGIC FOR THIS
  • STEP 3: SELECT WHAT TO CURATEThis is all valueyou add….• Why?• Who for?• What value to me?• What value to students?• What value to others?Access SelectSet upstreams
  • STEP 4: “TAG IT AND BAG IT”Access SelectSet upstreams
  • Access SelectOTHER PART OF STEP 4: SHARESet upstreams
  • HOW MUCH OF OUR WORK IS PAID/IN WHOSESERVICE?
  • FROM GUTENBERG TO ZUCKERBERGJohn Naughton:“One thing we’ve learned from the historyof communications technology is thatpeople tend to over-estimate the short termimpact of new technologies – and tounderestimate their long term implications”
  • http://www.gapingvoid.com/Moveable_Type/archives/cat_microsoft_blue_monster_series.htmlCopyright: Hugh McLeod
  • Website: www.deakin.edu.auEmail: joyces@deakin.edu.auBlog: www.cats-pyjamas.netTwitter: @catspyjamasnzStay in touch!