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The Community Engagement projects (currently known as e-Learning Creative Community Partnerships) have moved from using discussion forums, to trialling a range of social software tools. We've been ...

The Community Engagement projects (currently known as e-Learning Creative Community Partnerships) have moved from using discussion forums, to trialling a range of social software tools. We've been invited by the Social Software Research project, to be a case study, and share the progress so far.

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Why use Social Software? Why use Social Software? Presentation Transcript

  • Why use Social Software?
    • Create a level of "buzz" around your projects, to highlight your creative and innovative work.
    • Boost people's awareness, that the work you are doing is important, effective and useful to our future.
    • Value the hugely resourceful, compassionate and engaging work that goes on in small communities around Australia.
  • EdNA Groups for Discussion Forums
  • Live sessions in Elluminate
  • Range of resources via "snipURL.com" (snurl.com)a way to shorten long web address (url) headlines , c/- "pageflakes" EdNA groups area flexible learning site resources kit (on a shoestring) audio broadcast at odeo collaborative space at wikispaces news via edublogs.org links via del.icio.us photos on flickr "A Change of Scene" snurl.com /alaflakes ../alaedna ../alaflexi ../alashoe ../alaodeo ../alawiki ../alanews ../aladeli ../alaflic ../alachange
  • Edublogs for news updates
  • Build knowledge together at wikispaces.com
  • Organise images with flickr
  • Audio online with Odeo
  • Feedjumbler for headlines you can publish anywhere Tie your podcast and blog together using “RSS” – eg feedjumbler
  • Bloglines for reading all the news
  • Pageflakes for “instant web presence”
  • Share links with del.icio.us
  • Resource Kit “e-learning on a shoestring”
  • Projects online