How Disruptive Technologies Enabled New Social Learning

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Joint presentation by Cole Camplese and Scott McDonald, recapping our experiences teaching C&I 597C: Disruptive Technologies for Teaching and Learning.

Joint presentation by Cole Camplese and Scott McDonald, recapping our experiences teaching C&I 597C: Disruptive Technologies for Teaching and Learning.

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  • 1. Community Engagement: How Disruptive Technologies Enabled New Social Learning Scott McDonald & Cole Camplese
  • 2. “Wouldn’t it be cool if ...”
  • 3. Curriculum and Instruction 597C Disruptive Technologies for Teaching and Learning
  • 4. “This is a grand experiment ...”
  • 5. Course Structure • Several readings every week • Weekly reflections in their blogs • Peer review of reflections • Weekly discussions • Students in teams • Team presentations
  • 6. Design • Three blocks • Us, Together, Them • Three themes • Community, Identity, Design
  • 7. Distributed Expertise “What made my head hurt” Technology Time Technologists Theorists
  • 8. Distributed Expertise “What made my head hurt” Theory Time Technologists Theorists
  • 9. Technologies • PSU Blogs for all students • Facebook • PSU Blog for course site • Wikis • Pligg • Podcasts • ANGEL • YouTube • Del.icio.us • Flickr • Twitter • Google Docs, Analytics, Maps
  • 10. Technologies • PSU Blogs for all students • Facebook • PSU Blog for course site • Wikis • Pligg • Podcasts • ANGEL • YouTube • Del.icio.us • Flickr • Twitter • Google Docs, Analytics, Maps
  • 11. Student Blogs
  • 12. Pligg: Social Aggregation
  • 13. Pligg: Social Aggregation
  • 14. What Changed the Game
  • 15. Technologies • PSU Blogs for all students • Facebook • PSU Blog for course site • Wikis • Pligg • Podcasts • ANGEL • YouTube • Del.icio.us • Flickr • Twitter • Google Docs, Analytics, Maps
  • 16. Technologies • PSU Blogs for all students • Facebook • PSU Blog for course site • Wikis • Pligg • Podcasts • ANGEL • YouTube • Del.icio.us • Flickr • Twitter • Google Docs, Analytics, Maps
  • 17. Technologies • PSU Blogs for all students • Facebook • PSU Blog for course site • Wikis • Pligg • Podcasts • ANGEL • YouTube • Del.icio.us • Flickr • Twitter • Google Docs, Analytics, Maps
  • 18. The Twitter Community
  • 19. The Twitter Community Extended Conversations Extended Community
  • 20. The Twitter Community Backchannel Conversations External participation Extended Conversations Extended Community
  • 21. The Twitter Community Coalesced the Learning Community Backchannel Conversations External participation Extended Conversations Extended Community
  • 22. The Twitter Community
  • 23. The Twitter Community “Yes, I feel I know you, Scott, and the others more intimately than I do other professors & cmates with whom I’ve spent more time”
  • 24. The Twitter Community “Yes, I feel I know you, Scott, and the others more intimately than I do other professors & cmates with whom I’ve spent more time” “Your identity is defined by the communities you participate in, so your choices to participate are how you control who you are”
  • 25. The Twitter Community “Just found out, thesis is due in 12 hours. Anyone care to read it and give feedback?”
  • 26. Evaluation How do we quantify community engagement?
  • 27. Predicting the unpredictable Why Twitter and why not something else?
  • 28. Lost in translation? How does this work outside this course?
  • 29. Discussion cole@psu.edu & sum16@psu.edu