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Guest lecture for Michael Verhaart's Digital Learning Technologies paper at Eastern Institute of Technology

Guest lecture for Michael Verhaart's Digital Learning Technologies paper at Eastern Institute of Technology

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  • Work at EIT Hawke’s Bay as eLearning AdvisorPassionate abt Social media
  • Work at EIT Hawke’s Bay as eLearning AdvisorPassionate abt Social media
  • 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…
  • 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
  • Alec Couros very popular depiction of Typical teacher network – we’ve been talking about the changing role of teacher in 21st cBut perhaps this should be….
  • Typical Educator Network – librarian, learning support, manager,edtech…DRAW YOURS – just for 2-3 minsPLEASE CAPTURE
  • Typical Educator Network – librarian, learning support, manager,edtech…DRAW YOURS – just for 2-3 minsPLEASE CAPTURE
  • 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
  • Form groups around interests
  • Activity 2
  • Tools of a PLN to make connections, find artefacts & learn from, converse with peopleDelicious, Netvibes, Twitter, Flickr, Wikis (in all shapes & forms), Blogs (in all shapes & forms), SlideshareGoogle DocsI use Twitter as the backbone of my PLN – all of the signals go through there, but then get passed on to where they need to goQuestion often asked: how much can you learn in 140 characters (study last week, facebook & activity done was better for you then the short 140 character messages which won’t stick). When you get on , you’ll be amazed at how profound people can be in 140 characters, but real strength is that those 140 characters can contain a link…Also those 140 can contain a hashtag and that can link a stream of messages together…. And now…..
  • Tools of a PLN to make connections, find artefacts & learn from, converse with peopleDelicious, Netvibes, Twitter, Flickr, Wikis (in all shapes & forms), Blogs (in all shapes & forms), SlideshareGoogle DocsI use Twitter as the backbone of my PLN – all of the signals go through there, but then get passed on to where they need to goQuestion often asked: how much can you learn in 140 characters (study last week, facebook & activity done was better for you then the short 140 character messages which won’t stick). When you get on , you’ll be amazed at how profound people can be in 140 characters, but real strength is that those 140 characters can contain a link…Also those 140 can contain a hashtag and that can link a stream of messages together…. And now…..
  • Tools of a PLN to make connections, find artefacts & learn from, converse with peopleDelicious, Netvibes, Twitter, Flickr, Wikis (in all shapes & forms), Blogs (in all shapes & forms), SlideshareGoogle DocsI use Twitter as the backbone of my PLN – all of the signals go through there, but then get passed on to where they need to goQuestion often asked: how much can you learn in 140 characters (study last week, facebook & activity done was better for you then the short 140 character messages which won’t stick). When you get on , you’ll be amazed at how profound people can be in 140 characters, but real strength is that those 140 characters can contain a link…Also those 140 can contain a hashtag and that can link a stream of messages together…. And now…..
  • We have a conversation, a live streaming, many to many conversation (as we’ve been having here at eFest). If you’ve been following the twitter stream through the monitors3rd party tools like tweetdeck make these conversations more visibleTwitter as the staff room or the coffee room. (it’s ok to miss a conversation)
  • Activity 2
  • DeliciousOutboard brain – filing cabinetUser labels for own meaning making & network meaning making
  • delicious
  • Activity 2
  • Next PLN tool isBlogs – slower immediacy – obvioulsy more depth, more room for reflection, explanation than twitterBut I don’t get overwhelmed by blog posts – I don’t feel like I have to visit each blog of interest every day and read every single post. Instead I collect all the headlines like this in an RSS reader and then read what I want to readAgain, see I’ve personalised it – it only contains articles that could be of interest to me. But I will read those that ARE of interest
  • Activity 2
  • Activity 2
  • Activity 2
  • Your pln becomes your filter to safely take a drink from thmake sense of that fire hydrant

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  • 1. The Personal Learning Network Joyce Seitzinger
  • 2. The Personal Learning Network Joyce Seitzinger
  • 3. D2L
  • 4. Challenge
  • 5. cc Steve Wheeler, University of Plymouth, 2010 “For the first time we are preparing students for a future we cannot clearly describe.” – David Warlickhttp://communications.nottingham.ac.uk/podcasts/
  • 6. Social Media is Like Pandora’s Box – Grainne Conole
  • 7. Nicholass Carr
  • 8. cc licensed flickr photo by Will Lion: http://flickr.com/photos/will-lion/2595497078/
  • 9. You are alone… (well not really…)http://tpck.org
  • 10. cc licensed flickr photo by courosa: http://flickr.com/photos/courosa/344832659/
  • 11. x Educatorcc licensed flickr photo by courosa: http://flickr.com/photos/courosa/344832659/
  • 12. Activity 1: Sketch your current PLN (1 minute. Snap a picture and upload to Twitter or Flickr using #vmvwiki tag. )cc licensed flickr photo by courosa: http://flickr.com/photos/courosa/344832659/
  • 13. x Educatorcc licensed flickr photo by courosa: http://flickr.com/photos/courosa/2922421696/
  • 14. about the tools
  • 15. about the peoplecc licensed flickr photo by shareski: http://flickr.com/photos/shareski/465487261/
  • 16. about the people
  • 17. You have the building blocks…Flickr cc license by fragmented http://www.flickr.com/photos/fragmented/2645000094/
  • 18. …how will you arrange them?Flickr cc license by fragmented http://www.flickr.com/photos/fragmented/2645000094/
  • 19. 4 Faces of Personal Learning Network• High Profile • Low Profile• High • Low Communication Communication Filing Staff Room Cabinet Username Portfolio Newspaper• High Profile • Low Profile• Low • Low Communication Communication
  • 20. Functions Create profileof social mediatools Label Find friends artefacts Share Connect with artefacts friends Form groups Communicate
  • 21. 4 Faces of Personal Learning Network• High Profile • Low Profile• High • Low Communication Communication Filing Staff Room Cabinet Username Portfolio Newspaper• High Profile • Low Profile• Low • Low Communication Communication
  • 22. Conversation
  • 23. Tools
  • 24. 4 Faces of Personal Learning Network• High Profile • Low Profile• High • Low Communication Communication Filing Staff Room Cabinet Username Portfolio Newspaper• High Profile • Low Profile• Low • Low Communication Communication
  • 25. 4 Faces of Personal Learning Network• High Profile • Low Profile• High • Low Communication Communication Filing Staff Room Cabinet Username Portfolio Newspaper• High Profile • Low Profile• Low • Low Communication Communication
  • 26. 4 Faces of Personal Learning Network• High Profile • Low Profile• High • Low Communication Communication Filing Staff Room Cabinet Username Portfolio Newspaper• High Profile • Low Profile• Low • Low Communication Communication
  • 27. x Educatorcc licensed flickr photo by courosa: http://flickr.com/photos/courosa/2922421696/
  • 28. Design Your Personal Learning Network• High Profile • Low Profile• High • Low Communication Communication• Streamed • In your own time Filing Staff Room Cabinet Username Portfolio Newspaper• High Profile • Low Profile• Low • Low Communication Communication• In your own time • In your own time
  • 29. Activity 2:Design Your Personal Learning Network • Use? • Use? • Which tools? • Which tools? • Why? • Why? Filing Staff Room People@catspyjamasnz Cabinet Blogs/Wikis http://educationaltech@courosa nology.ca@timbuckteeth http://steve-@lasic wheeler.blogspot.com@moodlehelen http://educationalssoft@constantine ware.wikispaces.com@playnice_nz http://what@marksmithers myplnmeans.wikispace@teachernz s.com@edumoodle Portfolio Newspaper • Use? • Use? • Which tools? • Which tools? • Why? • Why?
  • 30. Copyright: Hugh McLeodhttp://www.gapingvoid.com/Moveable_Type/archives/cat_microsoft_blue_monster_series.html
  • 31. Activity 1 for this week• Watch John Bohannon’s lecture Without Wikipedia & Google, I’m Stupid• Reflecting on today and that lecture, map your own PLN (use whatever tool you’re comfortable with)• Write a one or two paragraph on your PLN and how you intend to improve and use your PLN to give you a learning edge• Upload a link to your diagram and paragraph to #vmvwiki PLN page
  • 32. Activity 2 for this week• Choose one Cloud Tool (from Jane Hart’s Top 100 e-learning tools 2011)• In the table on the Cloud Tools page, enter the Tool name and your name• Explore the tool, “take it for a spin”• By Thursday, provide – a review of the tool’s function, – How it can be used in education – Links to two examples of its use (other institutions/teachers practice, or create own)• Add to the table
  • 33. Joyce Seitzinger http://twitter.com/catspyjamasnz http://delicious.com/catspyjamasnz http://www.cats-pyjamas.net joyceseitzinger joyces@deakin.edu.au
  • 34. Attributions & Linkscc licensed flickr photo by Ambrosio Photography: http://www.ning.com/search/networhttp://flickr.com/photos/ambrosiophotography/1 ks?q=education39704334/ http://edtechpost.wikispaces.com/PLWorld Mosaic: http://www.appappeal.com/web- E+Diagrams2-0-application-world-mosaic/cc licensed flickr photo by courosa: http://whatmyplnmeans.wikispaces.chttp://flickr.com/photos/courosa/344832659 omHugh McLeod: network node http://twitter.comhttp://www.gapingvoid.com/Moveable_Type/arc http://twitter.com/catspyjamasnzhives/cat_microsoft_blue_monster_series.html http://www.cats-pyjamas.netMartin Weller: http://efestopenspace.wikispaces.cohttp://nogoodreason.typepad.co.uk/.shared/imag me.html?/photos/uncategorized/2007/12/06/pwe_3.jpg #eTLC09 Twitter Stream:cc licensed flickr photo by courosa: http://twapperkeeper.com/etlc09/http://flickr.com/photos/courosa/2922421696cc licensed flickr photo by shareski:http://flickr.com/photos/shareski/465487261/cc licensed flickr photo by Will Lion:http://flickr.com/photos/will-lion/2595908948/