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MOODLE MASTERCLASS:NETWORKED CAPACITYBUILDING#MOOTAU13JOYCE SEITZINGERcc	  license	  h)p://www.flickr.com/photos/huguesndel...
INTRODUCTIONS AT YOUR TABLE•  Your	  name	  •  Your	  ins@tu@on	  and	  role	  •  Describe	  yourself	  in	  one	  tweet	 ...
MOODLE & BEYOND
MOODLE & BEYOND
A “KNITWORKED” PRACTITIONER•  On	  Twi)er	  since	  Nov	  2007	  -­‐	  followers	  6154	  	  •  Organiser	  PLE	  Conferen...
All	  pics	  cc	  license	  Flickr	  catspyjamasnz	  
MY ROLESMoodle	  Admin	  Course	  Builder	  Learning	  Designer	   Teacher	  eLearning	  policy	  &	  strategy	  Trainer	 ...
Wiring	  a	  place	  for	  technology	  is	  easy,	  	  Wiring	  people	  for	  technology	  is	  hard.	  	  -­‐ Tania	  M...
Challenge
ANECDOTESAnecdotes	  •  Empty	  workshops	  •  Never	  a	  good	  @me	  •  Priori@es	  •  Rush	  jobs	  •  Unprepared	  • ...
HEGARTY & KELLY	  Four	  main	  findings:	  	  1	  The	  staff	  development	  models	  in	  use	  across	  six	  ter6ary	  ...
HEGARTY & KELLYSome	  key	  comments	  about	  informal	  ways	  of	  learning	  included	  the	  following:	  “Having	  a...
the	  community	  we	  support:	  different	  loca6ons	  different	  6mes	  different	  tools	  different	  technology	  skill...
our	  support	  should	  be:	  flexible	  customized	  	  available	  everywhere	  just-­‐in-­‐6me	  	  cc	  license	  h)p:...
We	  need	  digital	  literacies,	  but	  which	  ones??!!	  
Basic functions of a social media toolCreate	  profile	  Find	  friends	  &	  conversa@ons	  Connect	  with	  friends	  Com...
There	  will	  never	  be	  enough	  of	  us	  to	  help	  all	  of	  them…	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  …so	  we	  need	  a	  n...
MOODLE SUPPORT SITES ARE A START BUT…
A	  walled	  garden	  Not	  dynamic	  Not	  an	  intranet	  Too	  many	  clicks	  Not	  easily	  searchable	  Not	  enough...
“Social	  media	  is	  like	  Pandora’s	  Box”	  –	  Prof.	  Grainne	  Conole	  
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Not just information, technology too…The two feed on each other…
cc	  licensed	  flickr	  photo	  by	  courosa:	  h)p://flickr.com/photos/courosa/2922421696/	  MY PERSONAL LEARNINGNETWORK (...
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ABOUT THE PEOPLEcc	  licensed	  flickr	  photo	  by	  shareski:	  h)p://flickr.com/photos/shareski/465487261/	  
ABOUT THE PEOPLE
You have thebuildingblocks…Flickr	  cc	  license	  by	  fragmented	  h)p://www.flickr.com/photos/fragmented/2645000094/	  
…how will you arrange them?Flickr	  cc	  license	  by	  fragmented	  h)p://www.flickr.com/photos/fragmented/2645000094/	  
• Low	  Profile	  • Low	  Communica@on	  • In	  your	  own	  @me	  • High	  Profile	  • Low	  Communica@on	  • In	  your	  o...
TEACHERS/ACADEMICS AS NETWORKEDPRACTITIONERS
IS THIS AN ORGANISATION?
SHOULD UNIVERSITIES BE MORE LIKE SPACESTATIONS?
DOCK YOUR PLN WITH US
DEAKIN’S CLOUDSTRATEGY
DEAKIN NEEDS CLOUDACADEMICS…
MY JOB: GROWING CLOUD ACADEMICSStaff	  development	  through	  a	  connected	  community	  of	  prac@ce	  
HAROLD JARCHE WWW.JARCHE.COM“Organiza@ons	  need	  to	  extend	  the	  no@on	  of	  work	  beyond	  collabora@on,	  beyond...
COMMUNITIESOF PRACTICE
High	  touch	   Low	  touch	  Personal	   Personal	  coaching/conversa@ons	  Aid	  in	  growing	  PLN	  Provide	  resource...
HABITAT TECHNOLOGIES?
DIGITAL HABITATS: STEWARDING TECHNOLOGY FORCOMMUNITIES
Email	  Telephony	  Videoconference	  Teleconference	  Member	  directory	  Newsle)er	  Site	  Index	  CHECK!Email	  lists...
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Commen@ng	  Applica@on	  Sharing	  Individual	  Profile	  	  Page	  Tagging	  Blogs	  MIA…Wikis	  Shared	  Filtering	  Cont...
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COMMUNITIESOF PRACTICE
Connected	  Principals	  with	  George	  Couros	  
NETPRAXDeakin	  University,	  Faculty	  of	  Health.	  March	  2013	  -­‐	  Jun	  2014	  	  Ins6lling	  networked	  prac6c...
Networked	  learning	  means	  people	  learn	  as	  they	  work,	  and	  work	  as	  they	  learn.	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	 ...
WELCOME TO YOUR NEW JOB!h)p://www.flickr.com/photos/safari_vaca@on/7496765660/	  
COMMUNITY MANAGER
BUILD A BRAND
GO WHERE PEOPLE ARE
BRING EXPERTS IN
VISUAL COMMUNICATOR
“The	  rise	  of	  plaxorms	  like	  Pinterest	  and	  Instagram,	  and	  Facebooks	  mul@million-­‐dollar	  acquisi@on	  ...
NMC HORIZON REPORT AUSTRALIAh)p://www.nmc.org/publica@ons/2013-­‐technology-­‐outlook-­‐australian-­‐ter@ary-­‐educa@on	  
ORGANISE EVENTS(WORKSHOPS/TRAINING/CONFS)(Image	  by	  @howen)	  
HAVE FOOD
ISSUE BADGES
CREATE A MAKER CULTURE•  Here	  Comes	  Everybody	  •  Making	  is	  Connec@ng	  
ACTIVITY 1AMap	  out	  your	  community	  (or	  project)	  •  Decide	  on	  a	  name	  •  Decided	  which	  networks/plaxo...
ACTIVITY 1BTake	  a	  typical	  Moodle	  training	  interven@on	  you	  usually	  run,	  and	  redesign	  it	  using	  the...
High	  touch	   Low	  touch	  Personal	   Personal	  coaching/conversa@ons	  Aid	  in	  growing	  PLN	  Provide	  resource...
ACTIVITY 2Create	  a	  Moodle	  Tool	  Guide	  for	  your	  community	  	  •  Add	  a	  logo	  •  Adapt	  tools	  •  Adapt...
14 Translations	  Basque	  Hebrew	  Spanish	  German	  Portuguese	  Brazilian	  French	  Norwegian	  Catalan	  Slovene	  D...
BE A DIGITAL PRESENCE COACH
• Low	  Profile	  • Low	  Communica@on	  • In	  your	  own	  @me	  • High	  Profile	  • Low	  Communica@on	  • In	  your	  o...
84	  CRICOS	  Provider	  Code:	  00113B	  
Steve	  Wheeler	  Alec	  Couros	  Mar@n	  Weller	  h)p://www.bloomsburyacademic.com/view/DigitalScholar_9781849666275/book...
h)p://www.flickr.com/photos/will-­‐lion/3974469907/	  
FAMILIAR FACES
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ACTIVITY 3ABe	  a	  digital	  presence	  coach	  	  •  Play	  with	  one	  or	  more	  of	  the	  digital	  presence	  op@...
ACTIVITY 3BBe	  a	  digital	  presence	  coach	  by	  mapping	  your	  own	  PLN	  	  •  Map	  your	  PLN,	  using	  the	 ...
BE A CURATOR (ANDENCOURAGE CURATION)
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STEP	  1:	  SET	  UP	  YOUR	  STREAMS	  Set	  up	  streams	  
STEP	  2:	  REGULARLY	  ACCESS	  YR	  STREAMS	  Access	  Set	  up	  streams	  
IPAD IS MAGIC FOR THIS
STEP 3: SELECT WHAT TO CURATEThis	  is	  all	  value	  you	  add….	  •  Why?	  •  Who	  for?	  •  What	  value	  to	  me?	...
Collect	  STEP	  4:	  “TAG	  IT	  AND	  BAG	  IT”	  Access	   Select	  Set	  up	  streams	  
Access	   Select	  Collect	  Share	  OTHER	  PART	  OF	  STEP	  4:	  SHARE	  Set	  up	  streams	  
WHY SHOULD I USE OTHERCURATION TOOLS WHEN I HAVEMOODLE?"REASON 1: EASE
WHY SHOULD I USE OTHERCURATION TOOLS WHEN I HAVEMOODLE?"REASON 2: PUBLIC
WHY SHOULD I USE OTHERCURATION TOOLS WHEN I HAVEMOODLE?"REASON 3: OWNERSHIP &CONTINUED ACCESS
WHY SHOULD I USE OTHERCURATION TOOLS WHEN I HAVEMOODLE?"REASON 4: YOUR DIGITAL PROFILE/PLN
Core	  resources	  Live	  curated	  resources	  Ambient	  resources	  
INTEGRATION WITH MOODLE<embed>	  	  page	  label	  book	  wiki	  side	  block	  
ACTIVITY 4Be	  a	  curator	  (and	  encourage	  a	  cura@on	  culture)	  	  •  Play	  with	  one	  or	  more	  of	  the	  ...
BE A MOBILE COACH
ACTIVITY 5Be	  a	  mobile	  coach.	  Encourage	  the	  sharing	  and	  talking	  about	  digital	  and	  mobile	  prac@ces...
FROM GUTENBERG TO ZUCKERBERGJohn	  Naughton:	  “One	  thing	  we’ve	  learned	  from	  the	  history	  of	  communica@ons	...
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MoodleMoot Masterclass - Networked Capacity Building #mootau13
MoodleMoot Masterclass - Networked Capacity Building #mootau13
MoodleMoot Masterclass - Networked Capacity Building #mootau13
MoodleMoot Masterclass - Networked Capacity Building #mootau13
MoodleMoot Masterclass - Networked Capacity Building #mootau13
MoodleMoot Masterclass - Networked Capacity Building #mootau13
MoodleMoot Masterclass - Networked Capacity Building #mootau13
MoodleMoot Masterclass - Networked Capacity Building #mootau13
MoodleMoot Masterclass - Networked Capacity Building #mootau13
MoodleMoot Masterclass - Networked Capacity Building #mootau13
MoodleMoot Masterclass - Networked Capacity Building #mootau13
MoodleMoot Masterclass - Networked Capacity Building #mootau13
MoodleMoot Masterclass - Networked Capacity Building #mootau13
MoodleMoot Masterclass - Networked Capacity Building #mootau13
MoodleMoot Masterclass - Networked Capacity Building #mootau13
MoodleMoot Masterclass - Networked Capacity Building #mootau13
MoodleMoot Masterclass - Networked Capacity Building #mootau13
MoodleMoot Masterclass - Networked Capacity Building #mootau13
MoodleMoot Masterclass - Networked Capacity Building #mootau13
MoodleMoot Masterclass - Networked Capacity Building #mootau13
MoodleMoot Masterclass - Networked Capacity Building #mootau13
MoodleMoot Masterclass - Networked Capacity Building #mootau13
MoodleMoot Masterclass - Networked Capacity Building #mootau13
MoodleMoot Masterclass - Networked Capacity Building #mootau13
MoodleMoot Masterclass - Networked Capacity Building #mootau13
MoodleMoot Masterclass - Networked Capacity Building #mootau13
MoodleMoot Masterclass - Networked Capacity Building #mootau13
MoodleMoot Masterclass - Networked Capacity Building #mootau13
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  1. 1. MOODLE MASTERCLASS:NETWORKED CAPACITYBUILDING#MOOTAU13JOYCE SEITZINGERcc  license  h)p://www.flickr.com/photos/huguesndelafleche/8438421880  
  2. 2. INTRODUCTIONS AT YOUR TABLE•  Your  name  •  Your  ins@tu@on  and  role  •  Describe  yourself  in  one  tweet  (140  chars  -­‐  tweet  it  with  tag  #mootau13)  •  Your  favourite  sci-­‐fi  or  fantasy  book/movie/tv  series  •  ALer  introduc@ons,  pick  a  sci-­‐fi  or  fantasy  name  for  your  table.    
  3. 3. MOODLE & BEYOND
  4. 4. MOODLE & BEYOND
  5. 5. A “KNITWORKED” PRACTITIONER•  On  Twi)er  since  Nov  2007  -­‐  followers  6154    •  Organiser  PLE  Conference  2012  •  Blogger  –  16K  downloads  •  Instagram  –  1043  pics  •  Linkedin  –  500+  connec@ons  •  Pinterest  -­‐    •  Facebook  –  500+  friends  •  Flickr  -­‐    •  Klout  –  70  •  Scoopit  –  5  boards  •  Yammer    •  Dropbox  &  Google  Drive/Docs  
  6. 6. All  pics  cc  license  Flickr  catspyjamasnz  
  7. 7. MY ROLESMoodle  Admin  Course  Builder  Learning  Designer   Teacher  eLearning  policy  &  strategy  Trainer  Moodle  Helpdesk  Graphic  Designer  
  8. 8. Wiring  a  place  for  technology  is  easy,    Wiring  people  for  technology  is  hard.    -­‐ Tania  Major  at  #converge10  Image  cc  licensed  by  jbcurio  h)p://www.flickr.com/photos/jbcurio/4077260761  
  9. 9. Challenge
  10. 10. ANECDOTESAnecdotes  •  Empty  workshops  •  Never  a  good  @me  •  Priori@es  •  Rush  jobs  •  Unprepared  •  Unrewarded  @beckyharcombe  men@oned  that  some  do  not  want  or  refuse  to  use  it.  and  this  needs  examina@on.  ques@on  asked;  is  it  twi)er?  or  is  it  because  its  part  of  a  professional  community?  
  11. 11. HEGARTY & KELLY  Four  main  findings:    1  The  staff  development  models  in  use  across  six  ter6ary  ins6tu6ons  in  New  Zealand  were  very  similar  –  training  workshops  for  technology  and  learning  management  systems,  qualifica6ons,  just-­‐in-­‐6me,  peer  support,  mentoring.    2  Par6cipants  engaged  in  a  wide-­‐ranging  amount  of  informal  staff  development  ac6vi6es  because  of  a  number  of  factors,  for  example,  (i)  par6cipants’  interests  were  wider  than  what  formal  staff  development  had  to  offer,  and  (ii)  6me  and  workload  constraints.    3  Exis6ng  formal  staff  development  models  in  the  six  ins6tu6ons  sampled  were  not  always  adequate  to  assist  staff  to  fully  develop  their  capability  and  poten6al  for  eLearning.    4  The  findings  of  this  project  were  consistent  with  research  elsewhere  in  the  New  Zealand  ter6ary  sector,  for  example,  in  rela6on  to  factors  impac6ng  on  staff  who  engage  with  eLearning  (Mitchell,  Clayton,  Gower,  Barr  &  Bright,  2005)  and  some  of  the  impediments  which  may  affect  adop6on  of  eLearning,  e.g.  6me  and  adequate  support.  
  12. 12. HEGARTY & KELLYSome  key  comments  about  informal  ways  of  learning  included  the  following:  “Having  a  sound  knowledge  of  technology  and  pedagogy  assisted  as  one  could  focus  on  learning  the  eTeaching  tools  and  eTeaching  methodology”;      “Many  years  of  par6cipa6on  in  e-­‐lists,  discussion  forums  and  chat  has  shaped  my  understanding  of  on-­‐line  communi6es”;      “I  have  learned  a  lot  from  working  informally  with  an  on-­‐line  group  at  a  …  university  as  a  visitor  to  the  site”;      “Helped  to  develop  rela6onships  which  may  not  have  been  forged  so  easily”  h)p://www.academia.edu/1069128/eLearning_adop@on_Staff_development_and_selfefficacy  
  13. 13. the  community  we  support:  different  loca6ons  different  6mes  different  tools  different  technology  skills  different  backgrounds  different  fields  different  priori6es  &  incen6ves  different  interests  different  digital  literacy  levels    cc  license  h)p://www.flickr.com/photos/huguesndelafleche/8438421
  14. 14. our  support  should  be:  flexible  customized    available  everywhere  just-­‐in-­‐6me    cc  license  h)p://www.flickr.com/photos/huguesndelafleche/843842188
  15. 15. We  need  digital  literacies,  but  which  ones??!!  
  16. 16. Basic functions of a social media toolCreate  profile  Find  friends  &  conversa@ons  Connect  with  friends  Communicate  Form  groups  or  hubs  Share  artefacts  Label  artefacts  Self  efficacy  
  17. 17. There  will  never  be  enough  of  us  to  help  all  of  them…                …so  we  need  a  network.  cc  license  h)p://www.flickr.com/photos/huguesndelafleche/843842188
  18. 18. MOODLE SUPPORT SITES ARE A START BUT…
  19. 19. A  walled  garden  Not  dynamic  Not  an  intranet  Too  many  clicks  Not  easily  searchable  Not  enough  people  with  rights  to  post  Content  hidden  in  containers  (fora,  glossaries)    But  most  importantly…  It’s  not  where  people  live.  
  20. 20. “Social  media  is  like  Pandora’s  Box”  –  Prof.  Grainne  Conole  
  21. 21. cc  licensed  flickr  photo  by  Will  Lion:  h)p://flickr.com/photos/will-­‐lion/2595497078/  
  22. 22. Not just information, technology too…The two feed on each other…
  23. 23. cc  licensed  flickr  photo  by  courosa:  h)p://flickr.com/photos/courosa/2922421696/  MY PERSONAL LEARNINGNETWORK (PLN) WASMY FILTER AND MYLIFELINE
  24. 24. ABOUT THE TOOLSBlog.  Cc  license  Mar@n  Weller  h)p://nogoodreason.typepad.co.uk/no_good_reason/2007/12/my-­‐personal-­‐wor.html  
  25. 25. ABOUT THE PEOPLEcc  licensed  flickr  photo  by  shareski:  h)p://flickr.com/photos/shareski/465487261/  
  26. 26. ABOUT THE PEOPLE
  27. 27. You have thebuildingblocks…Flickr  cc  license  by  fragmented  h)p://www.flickr.com/photos/fragmented/2645000094/  
  28. 28. …how will you arrange them?Flickr  cc  license  by  fragmented  h)p://www.flickr.com/photos/fragmented/2645000094/  
  29. 29. • Low  Profile  • Low  Communica@on  • In  your  own  @me  • High  Profile  • Low  Communica@on  • In  your  own  @me  • Low  Profile  • Low  Communica@on  • In  your  own  @me  • High  Profile  • High  Communica@on  • Streamed  Staff  Room  Filing  Cabinet  Magazine  Porholio  Design your PLN.Build your filter.You  h)p://www.flickr.com/photos/catspyjamasnz/7089515065/  
  30. 30. TEACHERS/ACADEMICS AS NETWORKEDPRACTITIONERS
  31. 31. IS THIS AN ORGANISATION?
  32. 32. SHOULD UNIVERSITIES BE MORE LIKE SPACESTATIONS?
  33. 33. DOCK YOUR PLN WITH US
  34. 34. DEAKIN’S CLOUDSTRATEGY
  35. 35. DEAKIN NEEDS CLOUDACADEMICS…
  36. 36. MY JOB: GROWING CLOUD ACADEMICSStaff  development  through  a  connected  community  of  prac@ce  
  37. 37. HAROLD JARCHE WWW.JARCHE.COM“Organiza@ons  need  to  extend  the  no@on  of  work  beyond  collabora@on,  beyond  teams,  and  beyond  the  corporate  fire  wall.  They  need  to  make  social  networks,  communi@es  of  prac@ce,  and  narra@ve  part  of  the  work.”  
  38. 38. COMMUNITIESOF PRACTICE
  39. 39. High  touch   Low  touch  Personal   Personal  coaching/conversa@ons  Aid  in  growing  PLN  Provide  resources/self  help  guides  Team   Assist  them  with  projects,  provide  team  wide  training  Design  templates  to  support  processes,  design  &  development.    Create  checklists  and  other  support  materials.  Community  of  Prac@ce   Facilitate  mee@ngs,  webinars,  etc  Community  management  Curate  and  inform  Run  short  courses/miniMOOCs  Provide  the  community  habitat  Network   Broker  rela@onships  with  experts  Iden@fy  MOOCs,  external  resources,  OERs,    
  40. 40. HABITAT TECHNOLOGIES?
  41. 41. DIGITAL HABITATS: STEWARDING TECHNOLOGY FORCOMMUNITIES
  42. 42. Email  Telephony  Videoconference  Teleconference  Member  directory  Newsle)er  Site  Index  CHECK!Email  lists  
  43. 43. Discussion  Boards  Community  Public  Page  Individual  Profile    Page  Document  Management  Version  Control  SORTA…Content  repository  Whiteboard  
  44. 44. Commen@ng  Applica@on  Sharing  Individual  Profile    Page  Tagging  Blogs  MIA…Wikis  Shared  Filtering  Content  ra@ng  Presence  Indicator  Instant  Messaging  Networking  Tools/  Sites  
  45. 45. h)p://www.caledonianacademy.net/spaces/LLiDA/index.php?n=Main.LookingToTheFuture  
  46. 46. COMMUNITIESOF PRACTICE
  47. 47. Connected  Principals  with  George  Couros  
  48. 48. NETPRAXDeakin  University,  Faculty  of  Health.  March  2013  -­‐  Jun  2014    Ins6lling  networked  prac6ce  for  personal  learning,  teaching  prac6ce  and  research  prac6ce  iPad  based  Yammer/Facebook/Blog  Twiner.com/netprax  Open  Badges  
  49. 49. Networked  learning  means  people  learn  as  they  work,  and  work  as  they  learn.                  cc  license  h)p://www.flickr.com/photos/huguesndelafleche/843842188
  50. 50. WELCOME TO YOUR NEW JOB!h)p://www.flickr.com/photos/safari_vaca@on/7496765660/  
  51. 51. COMMUNITY MANAGER
  52. 52. BUILD A BRAND
  53. 53. GO WHERE PEOPLE ARE
  54. 54. BRING EXPERTS IN
  55. 55. VISUAL COMMUNICATOR
  56. 56. “The  rise  of  plaxorms  like  Pinterest  and  Instagram,  and  Facebooks  mul@million-­‐dollar  acquisi@on  of  the  la)er,  shows  how  visual  content  is  becoming  an  increasingly  important  force  for  communica@on  online.”  "Pictures  have  also  become  a  short  form  way  of  communica@ng  lots  of  informa@on  quickly  and  succinctly,"  says  Samuals.  h)p://www.fastcompany.com/3000794/rise-­‐visual-­‐social-­‐media  
  57. 57. NMC HORIZON REPORT AUSTRALIAh)p://www.nmc.org/publica@ons/2013-­‐technology-­‐outlook-­‐australian-­‐ter@ary-­‐educa@on  
  58. 58. ORGANISE EVENTS(WORKSHOPS/TRAINING/CONFS)(Image  by  @howen)  
  59. 59. HAVE FOOD
  60. 60. ISSUE BADGES
  61. 61. CREATE A MAKER CULTURE•  Here  Comes  Everybody  •  Making  is  Connec@ng  
  62. 62. ACTIVITY 1AMap  out  your  community  (or  project)  •  Decide  on  a  name  •  Decided  which  networks/plaxorms  you  will  use  •  Check  if  the  name  and  #hashtag  are  free  •  Create  a  logo  (or  find  a  logo  you  like)  •  Map  out  some  regular  and  special  events,  guest  speakers,  etc  Get  peer  feedback  at  your  table.    Post  your  ideas  in  the  Ac@vity  1  forum  when  you  are  done.    
  63. 63. ACTIVITY 1BTake  a  typical  Moodle  training  interven@on  you  usually  run,  and  redesign  it  using  the  networked  template  provided.  •  Think  of  ac@vi@es  and  ideas  at  all  4  levels.    •  Think  of  ac@vi@es  that  are  both  low  touch  and  high  touch  •  Be  as  specific  as  possible  Get  peer  feedback  at  your  table.    Post  your  ideas  in  the  Ac@vity  1  forum  when  you  are  done.    
  64. 64. High  touch   Low  touch  Personal   Personal  coaching/conversa@ons  Aid  in  growing  PLN  Provide  resources/self  help  guides  Team   Assist  them  with  projects,  provide  team  wide  training  Design  templates  to  support  processes,  design  &  development.    Create  checklists  and  other  support  materials.  Community  of  Prac@ce   Facilitate  mee@ngs,  webinars,  etc  Community  management  Curate  and  inform  Run  short  courses/miniMOOCs  Provide  the  community  habitat  Network   Broker  rela@onships  with  experts  Iden@fy  MOOCs,  external  resources,  OERs,    
  65. 65. ACTIVITY 2Create  a  Moodle  Tool  Guide  for  your  community    •  Add  a  logo  •  Adapt  tools  •  Adapt  important  informa@on  •  Include  links  to  important  contacts/Facebook/Twi)er  •  Etc  etc  Get  peer  feedback  at  your  table.    Post  your  Moodle  Tool  Guide  in  the  Ac@vity  2  forum.  
  66. 66. 14 Translations  Basque  Hebrew  Spanish  German  Portuguese  Brazilian  French  Norwegian  Catalan  Slovene  Dutch  Croa@an  …  …            
  67. 67. BE A DIGITAL PRESENCE COACH
  68. 68. • Low  Profile  • Low  Communica@on  • In  your  own  @me  • High  Profile  • Low  Communica@on  • In  your  own  @me  • Low  Profile  • Low  Communica@on  • In  your  own  @me  • High  Profile  • High  Communica@on  • Streamed  Staff  Room  Filing  Cabinet  Magazine  Porholio  Design your PLN.Build your filter.You  h)p://www.flickr.com/photos/catspyjamasnz/7089515065/  
  69. 69. 84  CRICOS  Provider  Code:  00113B  
  70. 70. Steve  Wheeler  Alec  Couros  Mar@n  Weller  h)p://www.bloomsburyacademic.com/view/DigitalScholar_9781849666275/book-­‐ba-­‐9781849666275.xml  Inger  Mewburn  aka  Thesiswhisperer  www.thesiswhisperer.com  CONNECTORJulian  Ridden  Aka  @moodleman  
  71. 71. h)p://www.flickr.com/photos/will-­‐lion/3974469907/  
  72. 72. FAMILIAR FACES
  73. 73. h)p://about.me/joyce.seitzinger  
  74. 74. ACTIVITY 3ABe  a  digital  presence  coach    •  Play  with  one  or  more  of  the  digital  presence  op@ons  discussed  •  Discuss  the  pro’s  and  cons  at  your  table.    Post  a  review  of  the  tool,  as  well  as  a  link  or  a  screenshot  of  the  result,  to  the  Ac@vity  3  forum.  
  75. 75. ACTIVITY 3BBe  a  digital  presence  coach  by  mapping  your  own  PLN    •  Map  your  PLN,  using  the  template  provided  or  any  other  tool  •  Design  a  training  session  for  your  colleagues  to  visualize  their  own  PLN.    Post  your  PLN  map  as  well  as  your  training  idea  to  the  Ac@vity  3  forum.  
  76. 76. BE A CURATOR (ANDENCOURAGE CURATION)
  77. 77. cc  licensed  flickr  photo  by  Will  Lion:  h)p://flickr.com/photos/will-­‐lion/2595497078/  
  78. 78. h)p://www.bethkanter.org/content-­‐cura@on-­‐101/  
  79. 79. STEP  1:  SET  UP  YOUR  STREAMS  Set  up  streams  
  80. 80. STEP  2:  REGULARLY  ACCESS  YR  STREAMS  Access  Set  up  streams  
  81. 81. IPAD IS MAGIC FOR THIS
  82. 82. STEP 3: SELECT WHAT TO CURATEThis  is  all  value  you  add….  •  Why?  •  Who  for?  •  What  value  to  me?  •  What  value  to  students?  •  What  value  to  others?  Access   Select  Set  up  streams  
  83. 83. Collect  STEP  4:  “TAG  IT  AND  BAG  IT”  Access   Select  Set  up  streams  
  84. 84. Access   Select  Collect  Share  OTHER  PART  OF  STEP  4:  SHARE  Set  up  streams  
  85. 85. WHY SHOULD I USE OTHERCURATION TOOLS WHEN I HAVEMOODLE?"REASON 1: EASE
  86. 86. WHY SHOULD I USE OTHERCURATION TOOLS WHEN I HAVEMOODLE?"REASON 2: PUBLIC
  87. 87. WHY SHOULD I USE OTHERCURATION TOOLS WHEN I HAVEMOODLE?"REASON 3: OWNERSHIP &CONTINUED ACCESS
  88. 88. WHY SHOULD I USE OTHERCURATION TOOLS WHEN I HAVEMOODLE?"REASON 4: YOUR DIGITAL PROFILE/PLN
  89. 89. Core  resources  Live  curated  resources  Ambient  resources  
  90. 90. INTEGRATION WITH MOODLE<embed>    page  label  book  wiki  side  block  
  91. 91. ACTIVITY 4Be  a  curator  (and  encourage  a  cura@on  culture)    •  Play  with  one  or  more  of  the  cura@on  op@ons  discussed  •  Think  of  a  cura@on  strategy  that  would  work  for  your  goals  or  interests  •  Discuss  the  pro’s  and  cons  at  your  table.    Post  your  strategy,  a  review  of  the  tool  as  well  as  a  link  or  a  screenshot  of  the  result,  to  the  Ac@vity  4  forum.  
  92. 92. BE A MOBILE COACH
  93. 93. ACTIVITY 5Be  a  mobile  coach.  Encourage  the  sharing  and  talking  about  digital  and  mobile  prac@ces.      •  At  your  table,  talk  about  your  favourite  apps  •  Par@cipate  in  the  App  Fiesta.  •  Go  to  the  Google  slide  deck  and  create  1  slide  with  your  favourite  app    
  94. 94. FROM GUTENBERG TO ZUCKERBERGJohn  Naughton:  “One  thing  we’ve  learned  from  the  history  of  communica@ons  technology  is  that  people  tend  to  over-­‐es@mate  the  short  term  impact  of  new  technologies  –  and  to  underes@mate  their  long  term  implica@ons”  
  95. 95. h)p://www.gapingvoid.com/Moveable_Type/archives/cat_microsoL_blue_monster_series.html  Copyright:  Hugh  McLeod  
  96. 96.    Website:  www.deakin.edu.au    Email:  joyces@deakin.edu.au    Blog:  www.cats-­‐pyjamas.net    Twi)er:  @catspyjamasnz      May  the  network  be  with  you!  
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