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Life on the Screen

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This presentation addresses strategies for managing information from the online experience.

This presentation addresses strategies for managing information from the online experience.

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  • [twitter] My “Life on the Screen” presentation @blc10 can be found at jakes.editme.com [/twitter]
  • [twitter] Resources for my BLC presentation, Life on the Screen are here http://jakes.editme.com/lifeonthescreen [/twitter]
  • [twitter] My “Life on the Screen” presentaton based on my blog post here: http://strengthofweakties.org/?p=313 [/twitter]
  • [twitter] My tools for creating online content, Twitter to Posterous and my Blog [/twitter]
  • [twitter] See George Siemens description of . to / here: http://tinyurl.com/2c8z9jo [/twitter]
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    • 1. On the Screen
      @ BLC10
    • 2. Jakes.editme.com
      Photo by Lisa Thumann
    • 3. Our goal today: understand methodologies for managing information, projecting ideas and presence, and how to do it with emergent tools…
      #lifeonscreen
    • 4. The Strength of Weak Ties
    • 5. Statistics and Trends
      Facebook, YouTube, Cell Phones and Teens
    • 6. The global average amount of time spent on social networking sites in February 2010?
      The global average amount of time spent on social networking sites in February 2010?
      5.5 hours. Up 2 hours from last year. nielsen
    • 7. Facebook is the #1 social network destination world-wide.
      Facebook is the #1 social network destination world-wide.
      2.8 billion visits, 21.9 individual visits in February 2010 alone and 500 million users nielsen, mashable
    • 8. Flickr and Facebook are two of the world’s largest photo sites. Which is bigger?
      Flickr and Facebook are two of the world’s largest photo sites. Which is bigger?
      4.5 billion images on Flickr
      2.5 billion per month on Facebook, 30 billion per year! pingdom
    • 9. A day’s worth of content is uploaded into YouTube every minute.
      A day’s worth of content is uploaded into YouTube every minute.
      YouTube serves 1 billion videos in a single day. pingdom
    • 10. 73% text message
      14% blog
      8% use Twitter
      38% share content, 21% remix
      8-18, 2004-09, 39-66%
      27% go online PEW Internet, Kaiser
      This is anything but a phone…
    • 11. Do you believe that establishing a digital presence is something an educator in 2010 must do?
    • 12. How are you represented online? How do you contribute online?
    • 13. Do schools have the responsibility for helping students craft their digital presence?
    • 14. How can you use mobile devices to create, manage, and project content and ideas, project yourself?
    • 15. Do you believe that access to information, content, ideas and conversation, the raw elements of learning, will mostly be accessed through mobile technologies?
    • 16. “If I can’t find you on Google, do you exist?”
      Image purchased from the New Yorker
    • 17. My presence:
      Twitter Posterous Blog
    • 18. A fundamental shift?
      From . to /
      George Siemens
    • 19. Idea adapted from Darren Kuropatwa
    • 20. Evernote
    • 21. PixelPipe
    • 22. Posterous
    • 23. To: post@djakespreso.posterous.com
      Subject: Title of post, e.g. Example Powerpoint
      Attach: PPT file, provide a description in the email body
    • 24.
    • 25. To: post@djakespreso.posterous.com
      Subject: Title of post, e.g. Images for Slideshow
      Attach: images to create slide show, add description
    • 26.
    • 27. To: post@djakespreso.posterous.com
      Subject: Title of post, e.g. YouTube link post
      Attach: nothing, add link to YouTube video
    • 28.
    • 29. To: post@djakespreso.posterous.com
      Subject: Title of post, e.g. mp3 file
      Attach: mp3 file, provide a description in the email body
    • 30.
    • 31. Click: Share on Posterous
    • 32. Use the clipping feature of Posterous
    • 33. Creating Your Presence
      Posting and Sharing with email and Posterous
    • 34. PixelPipe
    • 35. Adding Pipes
    • 36. My Pipes
    • 37. Androidandme.com
      Androidphone.free.fr
      PixelPipe on Mobiles
    • 38. Creating Your Presence
      Creating and distributing content with a smartphone and PixelPipe
    • 39. Be careful not to cross streams!
    • 40. Evernote
    • 41. Evernote Desktop
      Evernote Online
      and Evernote Mobile
    • 42. Evernote Desktop
    • 43. Evernote Web
    • 44. Evernote Mobile
      Androinica.com
    • 45. Go to application…
    • 46. Resources are at jakes.editme.com
    • 47. There’s a lot to learn. The key is networking, and networking means contributing…
    • 48. All you need is a smart phone and an email address.
    • 49. Content is presence.
    • 50. How you are portrayed online is important. How they are portrayed is critical.
    • 51. Help them understand how to use “social” tools for learning. Life-long, life-wide and life-deep.

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