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Working in 'the cloud': workflow practices & personal learning

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Efficient workflow practices assist your ability to manage the information explosion that is today's internet. No longer limited by time or device, ‘cloud computing’ enables us to work anywhere, …

Efficient workflow practices assist your ability to manage the information explosion that is today's internet. No longer limited by time or device, ‘cloud computing’ enables us to work anywhere, anytime, on any device with an internet connection. Tools such as Dropbox, Evernote, Google Docs with the functionality of sharing and curating has simplified file storage and access, enabling an efficient workflow that is independent of your computer hardware.

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    • 1. Working in the Cloud Workflow practices & personal learning VITTA Conference Reign of the Cloud Melbourne, 6-7 August 2012 http://www.flickr.com/photos/26087974@N05/4244333014/sizes/z/Camilla Elliott, Mazenod College, Mulgrave @camillaelliott www.linkingforlearning.com
    • 2. Horizon Report 2011Cloud computing has already transformed theway users of the Internet think about computing andcommunication, data storage and access, andcollaborative work. Mobile ‘always connected’ devices are the doorways to the content and social tapestries of the Internet. They embody the convergence of technology and support flexible access to multiple sources of content
    • 3. Productivity Efficiency Connectedness Time management Professional Learning Personal LearningDigitally Literate Citizens http://www.flickr.com/photos/monkeyc/112342184/
    • 4. YourNetwork PersonalProfessional Social Active
    • 5. Workflow 101 Google Docs Dropbox Evernote RSS Feeds Scoop.it Diigo Instapaper Twitter/ Google+/ Facebook IFTTT LISTS
    • 6. Create, Share, Save (time)
    • 7. Any device, Any information, Any where
    • 8. Google Reader FeedlyGoogle Reader to aggregateFeedly/ Flipboard/ Zite to read
    • 9. Scoop.it! Curating Community
    • 10. Share ShareShare Share Share Share
    • 11. IFTTT
    • 12. Symbaloo as Student PLE
    • 13. Only when we are literateourselves, can we confidently teach others to be literate
    • 14. Personal Learning Environment
    • 15. Thank Youcamilla.m.elliott@gmail.comwww.linkingforlearning.com @camillaelliott

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