Digital Tattoo Presentation for Canadian eLearning Conference 2009
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  • 1. Highly Visible and Hard to Remove Novak Rogic Trish Rosseel Cindy Underhill Elizabeth Walker
  • 2. Context Usage of social networking tools is high… 55% of 18-34 year olds have placed a personal profile on at least one online social network or community 65% have one on Facebook 20% on 15% on MySpace 13% on Windows Live Space Nearly 25,000 Facebook users at UBC …and can be problematic The peril of politics for Ray Lam Bawdy behaviour at the border Allegations and arrests
  • 3. Project Goal To help students become aware of their rights and responsibilities as creators and consumers of digital information in their… …personal …academic and …professional lives
  • 4. Project Partners Access & Diversity Career Services Library Office of Learning Technology Student Development Writing Centre
  • 5. What We Did Produced interactive, student-generated website Developed supporting materials for campus-wide campaign Developed train the trainer style resources Trained and supported web authors Solicited user feedback Attracted media attention
  • 6. Learning Design Principles: non-linear, interactive, non- judgmental , timely, content selection/creation by students Objectives around knowledge, skills and attitudes Engagement strategies: make it easy - low stakes: self assessment, checklists, polls, comments Opportunities for deeper exploration: feeds, blog posts and context specific links
  • 7. Content Development What do students want/need to know about? How can we make it accessible and meaningful? Keep it updated and fresh Get a wider presence
  • 8. Demo
  • 9. Technical Infrastructure WP-MU: Blog-based, many Feeds in Feeds out: Coming Soon! Tutorial format: one that allows for easy sharing/re-publishing to encourage broad usability
  • 10. Future Plans Seeking new partners… To expand content To extend reach To inform future developments To contribute ongoing support BCcampus OPDF, UVic/TRU potential partners