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    • Managing my online life or "how to win friends and influence people online - and remain sane!"
    • What do kids do online?
      • Once they were…
      • Consumers
      • Now they are…
      • Creators
      • Contributors
      • Communicators
      • Collaborators
      • Coordinators
      • In an “architecture of participation”
    • My online identity
      • Blogger
      • Educator
      • Communicator
      • Newsreader
      • Photographer
      • Committee member
      • Video, slideshow creator
      • Community member
      • Friend
      • Colleague
      • Family member
    • Where to start?
    • Step 1 - Immerse yourself
      • Go exploring:
        • Slideshare
        • Teacher Tube
        • Blogs
        • Wikis
        • Social networks
        • Online communities
      • Take note of what you find helpful and why
      • Bookmark those you’d like to visit again
      • Talk to others about what you’re finding
    • Edublogger World http://edubloggerworld.ning.com
    • NZ Edublogs http://nzedublogs.wikispaces.com/
    • Step 2 - Experiment
      • Create an account and start your own..
        • Wiki
        • Blog
        • Photo collection
        • Bookmarking list
        • Reading list
        • etc
      • Hint : create a separate email account ( eg gmail, hotmail etc ) to use for subscribing.
      Seems risky?
    • Derek’s blog
    • My del.icio.us http://delicious.com/dwenmoth
    • My Reading List http://www.shelfari.com/dwenmoth/shelf
    • My Photos
      • http://www.flickr.com/photos/derekw/
    • My Slideshows http://www.slideshare.com
    • Step 3 - Build your network
      • Subscribe to lists
      • Begin an RSS aggregator
      • ‘ Follow’ others
      • Follow del.icio.us links
      • Take note of who’s watching you
      • Respond to those who comment on your blog
    • RSS
      • Really Simple Syndication
      • Brings your news and updates to you
      • The key to connectivity in the digital world
      • Set up an aggregator now ( bloglines, netnewswire ), or include feeds into your personal space ( iGoogle, NetVibes, Flock )
    • RSS Aggregator - NetNewsWire
    • RSS Aggregator - Bloglines
    • RSS Aggregator - Flock Browser
    • Who’s watching?
    • Step 4 - Start Participating
      • Leave comments on other people’s blogs
      • Start micro blogging
      • Join a discussion forum
      • Establish an IM network
      • Participate in an online conference
      • Create a social network account ( Facebook, LinkedIn, Plaxo etc ) & join communities within it
    • It doesn’t happen all at once http://blog.core-ed.net/derek/4Cs_large.jpg
    • Instant Messaging
    • Microblogging
      • http://twitter.com
    • My TweetDeck
    • Facebook
    • Linked In
      • http://www.linkedin.com
    • My Ning Community http://virtualschooling.ning.com/
    • Step 5 - Make it work for you
      • Create your own personalised site ( iGoogle, NetVibes, PageFlakes etc )
      • Make your personal page your home page
      • Customise your browser
      • Establish routines for use
      • Regularly cull your RSS feeds
      • Integrate your calendar
      • Link to your PDA
    • NetVibes http://www.netvibes.com
    • My Browser Instant tagging for del.icio.us Google download helper LinkedIn Quick link Quick RSS recorder Quick bookmark recorder Choice of search engines Frequently visited links Teacher tube toolbar Simplybox toolbar Scribefire toolbar - quick blog post
    • My Protopage http://www.protopage.com/dereksblogshop#
    • iGoogle
      • http://www. google . com/ig
      • Thank you
      • Derek Wenmoth
      • Director, eLearning
      • CORE Education Ltd
      • http://blog.core-ed.net/derek