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A story of the development of an online community to support teachers at Unitec Institute of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand.

A story of the development of an online community to support teachers at Unitec Institute of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand.

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    • Tales from the Teaching and Learning Community Ning
      Social networking services in the tertiary education environment.
    • What do people do on social networking services?
      * Communicate with existing networks, make and develop friendships/contacts
      * Represent themselves online, create and develop an online presence
      * View content/find information
      * Create and customise profiles
      * Author and upload content
      * Add and share content
      * Post messages – public & private
      * Collaborate with other people
      http://www.digizen.org
    • Benefits for Teachers as learners/novices in social networking.
    • Teachers as social participants and active citizens of Unitec
    • Teachers developing voice and building trust
    • Content creators, managers and distributors
    • Collaborators and Team Players
    • Explorers and Learners
    • Becoming independent and building resilience
    • Developing key and real world skills
    • And now ready for?
      • Developing ePortfolios
      • Literacy and communication skills extended
      • Data protection and copyright
      • Self representation and presentation
      • E-safety
      • Forming communities of practice
      • Organising and scheduling work
      • Being where learners are