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  • Both digital life and real life are now one – mobile has made it easier to always be connected
  • Social Networking has provided us to be able to be connected to wider global networks – CurrentRelevantGlobal - able to participate in conversations with experts, professionals around the worldConnected educator – not limited to silos
  • Feel overwhelmed Not sure when to use which tool
  • NetsmartHoward RheingoldAttentionParticipationCollaborationCritical literacies – crap dectectorNetwork smartsKnowing how to find, participate in and grow your own network
  • Connect w friends – self efficacy Almost all sm has there features/functionsStarting a conversation – join in when ready and then rejoin later and continue (like a staffroom, don’t always have to be there)
  • Discuss diagram
  • Digital natives – digital immigrants
  • Stats – discuss developing a digital profile – digital portfolio
  • Show egs of how teachers Are using fb w class and w eachother
  • Professional social networking siteGives u tools to find jobs, hire employees, promote ur businessProfile acts as an online resumeExpands networks, upload resume, recommendations, search and apply for jobs, create groups/networks
  • Online identityProfileportfolio
  • Social Networking - Personal learning networts 2013 june tafe managers

    1. 1. Networked Practitioner • • • • • • • • • • • Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google+ Flickr YouTube Instagram Linkedin Dropbox/Google Drive Slideshare Skype
    2. 2. 5 digital literacies • Attention - to our intention - ability to focus on one thing - metacognition • • • • Critical consumption - Crap detection Participation Sharing builds intelligence but also builds good faith within a communituy Collaboration Network awareness - Awareness of your PLN - Expand it, tweak it, filter Howard Rheingold – NetSmart
    3. 3. Basic functions of a social media tool Label artefacts Create profile Find friends and conversation Share artefacts Connect with friends Form groups or hubs Communicate
    4. 4. mobile
    5. 5. Curator
    6. 6. Questions
    7. 7. http://ogilvynotes.com/49790/456356/sxsw-2012/net-smart-how-to-thrive-online http://www.scoop.it/t/digital-curation-for-teachers http://rheingold.com/ http://www.niemanlab.org/2012/05/howard-rheingold-on-how-the-five-webliteracies-are-becoming-essential-survival-skills/ http://www.slideshare.net/catspyjamas/the-new-wave-of-networkedpractice http://www.cats-pyjamas.net/ http://www.cats-pyjamas.net/2011/12/digital-curation-what-kind-of-digitalcurator-are-you-converge11/ http://www.academia.edu/1579002/Developing_Digital_Information_Literacy_in_Higher_ Education_Obstacles_and_Supports

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