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  • 1. Dipping One’s Toes in the Social Networking Stream
      • Doug Johnson
      • www.doug-johnson.com
      • ALA Annual June 27, 2008
  • 2. Who am I? Who are you? Before After
  • 3. Handouts
  • 4. Purpose
    • To get an introduction to a wide variety of Web 2.0 tools useful in classrooms and libraries
    • Booktalks? Tooltalks?
    • Safety, ethics and policy 2.0
    • Wiki handouts: https://dougjohnson.wikispaces.com/Dippingguide
  • 5. The tools
    • Wikis
    • Web logs (Blogs)
    • RSS Feed Aggregators
    • Social bookmarking
    • More than 4 - 12+ handy tools
  • 6. 1. Wikis
    • What are they?
    • How might you use one?
    • wikispaces
    https://dougjohnson.wikispaces.com/ Dougj zz
  • 7. https://dougjohnson.wikispaces.com/ Dougj zz
  • 8. 10 Things
    • How to create a wiki
    • Edit your homepage
    • Use the floating tool bar
    • Add a page
    • Add a link
  • 9. 10 Things
    • Add a picture
    • Set up permissions
    • Invite wiki members
    • Subscribe to your wiki
    • Delete your wiki
  • 10. Ideas for classroom/library wikis?
    • a resource for all assignments, rubrics, deadlines and resources to increase home-school communication
    • a format for webquests and study guides
    • a presentation format to demonstrate student learning
  • 11. Use a wiki to create the textbook for the class.
  • 12. Require each class member to improve a Wikipedia entry.
  • 13. 2. Web logs (blogs)
    • What are they?
    • How might you use one?
    • Blogger
    http://dippingonestoes. blogspot.com/ doug0077 car
  • 14. http://dippingonestoes.blogspot.com/ doug0077 car
  • 15. Ideas for classroom/library blogging?
    • a teacher blog to share learning with parents and resources with students
    • a classroom blog where all students can contribute but there is one blog to maintain
    • individual student blogs linked to a teacher blog to allow individual reflection
  • 16.  
  • 17. http://students2oh.org I just recently heard about edupunk, the term that’s seemingly sweeping the edublogosphere and causing all these old people to grab their dusty Sex Pistols t-shirts and bust out the black eyeliner … Lindsea
  • 18. 3. RSS feed aggregators
    • What are they?
    • How might you use one?
    • Google Reader
    http://www.google.com/reader/view/ Doug0077 car
  • 19. http://www.google.com/reader/view/ Doug0077 car
  • 20. Ideas for classroom/library use for RSS readers?
    • Personal Learning Networks – continuous staff development
    • Students use to track areas of interest - news topics, etc.
  • 21. 4. Social bookmarking
    • What is it?
    • How might you use it?
    • del.icio.us
    http://del.icio.us/doug0077 Doug0077 car
  • 22. http://del.icio.us/doug0077 Doug0077 car
  • 23. Ideas for classroom/library use for social bookmarking?
    • Professional Learning Community support
    • Student bibliographies and research tracking
    • Setting RSS feed on topic to keep up-dated
  • 24. 5. Social networking sites
    • What is it?
    • How might you use it?
    • FaceBook
    http://www.facebook.com Doug0077@gmail.com zz
  • 25. http://www.facebook.com [email_address] zz
  • 26. 6. SlideShare What is it? How might you use it? http://www.slideshare.net/ Doug0077 zz
  • 27.
    • http://www.slideshare.net/
    • Doug0077 zz
  • 28. 7. TeacherTube What is it? How might you use it? http://www.teachertube.com/
  • 29. http://www.teachertube.com/
  • 30. 8. Flickr What is it? How might you use it? http://flickr.com/ Dougj0077 car
  • 31.
    • http://flickr.com/
    • Dougj0077 car
    • “ all sizes” to download”
  • 32.
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/library_of_congress/
  • 33. 9. Motivator What is it? How might you use it? http://bighugelabs.com/flickr/motivator.php
  • 34. http://bighugelabs.com/flickr/motivator.php
  • 35. 10. ImageChef What is it? How might you use it? http://www.imagechef.com/
  • 36.
    • http://www.imagechef.com/
  • 37. 11. GoogleDocs What is it? How might you use It? http://docs.google.com Doug0077@gmail.com car
  • 38. http://docs.google.com Doug0077@gmail.com car
  • 39. 12. SurveyMonkey
    • What is it?
    • How might you use it?
    http://www.surveymonkey.com/ dougj@doug-johnson.com zz
  • 40.
    • http://www.surveymonkey.com/ dougj@doug-johnson.com zz
  • 41. Skype Free phone calls via computer
  • 42.  
  • 43. Jeff Utecht
  • 44. More tools!
  • 45.  
  • 46. 23 things on a stick - multitype library systems
  • 47. Cautions?
  • 48. What do adults think of when they think of social networking?
  • 49. This?
  • 50. Dateline
    • Spring 2006
    • Parents wake up
    • DOPA
    Predators & cyberbullies: Reality check www.blogsafety.com/ March 16, 2007 McCollam, The Shame Game Columbia Journalism Review , Jan/Feb 2007 www.cjr.org/issues/2007/1/McCollam.asp
  • 51. On the agenda…
    • How do Web 2.0 safe and ethical use issues differ from those of Web 1.0?
    • How can we make kids safe?
    • Is there a place for the social web in schools?
    • How are good decisions made about filtering and policy - and by whom?
    X
  • 52. What is Web 2.0?
    • Read only -> Read and write
    • Horizon Report, 2008
    • Manifestations include:
      • Social networking sites (MySpace, Facebook)
      • Blogs and RSS feeds
      • Wikis
      • Content sharing (FlickR, YouTube, del.icio.us
      • 3D worlds
    Randall Munroe http://xkcd.com/c256.html
  • 53. Web 1.0 to Web 2.0 safety issues
    • Protecting children from predators
    • Protecting children from each other (cyberbullying) Protecting teachers from students???
    • Protecting children from themselves (making inappropriate and personal information public)
  • 54. … old fears
  • 55. … from predators
  • 56. … from each other www.cyberbully.org
  • 57.  
  • 58. … from themselves
  • 59. … from themselves Stacy Snyder aka “Drunken Pirate”
  • 60. … from themselves
  • 61. It’s never really gone
  • 62. That darned free speech thing
  • 63. Common sense
  • 64. The danger to kids in Web 2.0 comes not from what they may find online, but from what they themselves put online for others to access.
  • 65. On the agenda…
    • How do Web 2.0 safe and ethical use issues differ from those of Web 1.0?
    • How can we make kids safe?
    • Is there a place for the social web in schools?
    • How are good decisions made about filtering and policy - and by whom?
    X
  • 66. Let’s just block it all!
    • DOPA, 2006 - passed the House with 96% in favor - requirement to filter out all interactive websites
    • Today - DOPA Jr.
  • 67. This unnecessary and overly broad legislation will hinder students’ ability to engage in distance learning and block library computer users from accessing a wide array of essential Internet applications including instant messaging, email, wikis and blogs. - Leslie Burger, ALA President, 2006
  • 68. Blocking formats not content. For every problem, there is a solution that is simple, neat, and wrong. H.L. Menken
  • 69. Why filtering is ineffective
    • Best filters not 100%
    • Can’t filter what goes out
    • Access from outside school
    • Proxies
    • Mobile devices
  • 70. Who do filters really stop?
  • 71. Education is imperative
    • Dangers are real
    • Schools must be proactive
    • Schools must reach out
    • Good resources on the web
      • NetSmartz (movies)
      • iLearn
    • “ Safe mistakes”
    Due Diligence
  • 72. Tracking Teresa
  • 73.  
  • 74. What activities teach ethical behaviors?
    • Articulate and demonstrate values
    • Reinforce behaviors
    • Discuss issues
    • Principles rather than rules
    • Assessment
    • Low temptation environments
    • Chance to practice
  • 75. Scenarios
    • Lisa posts photographs from recent party that involved drinking on the FlickR website along with a really funny video of kids making out on YouTube.
      • What is the unsafe or unethical action?
      • What harm might it cause?
      • How would you counsel/guide Lisa?
      • Similar incidents?
  • 76. Scenarios
        • Adele “meets” Frank, who shares her interest in figure skating, on MySpace. After several conversations in the following weeks, Frank asks Adele for her home telephone number and address. Adele likes Frank and gives him the information he asked for.
          • What is the unsafe or unethical action?
          • What harm might it cause?
          • How would you counsel/guide Adele?
          • Similar incidents?
  • 77. Scenarios
        • Bob feels his teacher treated him unfairly and creates a “Kill This Teacher” blog that invites other students to submit “creative” means of harming teachers in his school.
          • What is the unsafe or unethical action?
          • What harm might it cause?
          • How would you counsel/guide Bob?
          • Similar incidents?
  • 78. On the agenda…
    • How do Web 2.0 safe and ethical use issues differ from those of Web 1.0?
    • How can we make kids safe?
    • Is there a place for the social web in schools?
    • How are good decisions made about filtering and policy - and by whom?
    X
  • 79. Education can be enhanced with the social web resources
    • Social networking
    • Blogs
    • Wikis
    • Game environments
  • 80. Classroom blogs <areallydifferentplace.org>
  • 81. School library blog
  • 82. Youth services in MySpace
  • 83. Wiki textbooks
  • 84. Teen Second Life
  • 85. Full participation?
    • The school system’s inability to close this participation gap has negative consequences for everyone involved. - Henry Jenkins, Confronting the Challenges of Participatory Culture
  • 86.
        • … it is not the tools that are inherently good or evil but rather the use of the tools.
          • A hammer can kill someone but it can also build a house.
          • A nail can be driven through a hand but it can also hold the roof over your head.
          • A fist can hit but a fist can also be clasped in your hand in love.
        • We do not outlaw hammers, nails, or fists -- we teach people to use them properly.
        • So should we do with blogs, wikis, podcasts, Skype, and any other tool that becomes available for use in the human experience! -Vicki Davis, Cool Cat Blog
  • 87. On the agenda…
    • How do Web 2.0 safe and ethical use issues differ from those of Web 1.0?
    • How can we make kids safe?
    • Is there a place for the social web in schools?
    • How are good decisions made about filtering and policy - and by whom?
    X
  • 88. Making good decisions
    • Balance
    • Current AUPs
      • “ high-quality,”
      • “ inapropriate,”
      • “ reasonable”
    • Open to interpretation?
    Love and balance are the two most important words in the English language. - John Wooden
  • 89. District Advisory Committee
    • Small
    • Wide representation
    • Few, but important, meetings
    • Good agendas and minutes
    • Defined responsibilities
      • Budget
      • Policy
      • Goals
      • Assessment
  • 90. Due process for blocking
    • Block the minimum required by CIPA
    • Require that any request for blocking as site goes through reconsideration process
    • Unblock any site at professional request
    • Keep one unblocked computer in each library
    • Make educators, not techs, responsible for safe and appropriate use
  • 91. The fleeber filter
  • 92. On the agenda…
    • How do Web 2.0 safe and ethical use issues differ from those of Web 1.0?
    • How can we make kids safe?
    • Is there a place for the social web in schools?
    • How are good decisions made about filtering and policy - and by whom?
  • 93. The Ngong Hills
  • 94. Questions?
  • 95. Dipping One’s Toes in the Social Networking Stream
      • Doug Johnson
      • www.doug-johnson.com