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Community Development Education: Social Networking for Educational Development

Community Development Education: Social Networking for Educational Development

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  • 1. Community Development Education Social Networking: Digital Literacy for Educational Development?
  • 2. Community Development Education Social Networking: Digital Literacy for Educational Development?
  • 3. Objectives
    • apply the concept of community to the practice of designing, developing and engaging in educational development
    • use the technique of affective recall to explore sense of community
    • articulate a typology of community and use this in staff and educational development contexts
    • describe some of the new "Web2.0" tools for social networking and suggest educational applications for them
  • 4. ABCD
    • Asset-Based
    • Community
    • Development
    • Appreciative Inquiry to discover the assets: what works?
  • 5. Affective recall
    • Group activity (10 min) based on Appreciative Inquiry (AI)
    • In pairs or threes, discuss and ensure you each understand the position of the other member(s) of your group:
      • think of a community you enjoyed being a part of, that you thought was successful in some way (recall with affection);
      • what was it that made that community a success in your eyes?
  • 6. Debrief sense of community
  • 7. Community conditions
  • 8.
    • Communities cannot be magicked into being
    • We do not know how to make a CoP
      • see, e.g.: http://elgg.jiscemerge.org.uk/neilw/weblog/109.html
    • It has to be enquiry-led
    • It has to be fun
    The opening stance for Was, in part, a stance …
  • 9. Typology of communities
    • intentional communities
    • communities of purpose, practice, circumstance, etc
    • common sense, identity and identity politics
    • groups and networks
    • communities in HE:
      • project, discipline, department, team, university, JISC, SEDA, ALT, SCONOL, DIUS, HEA, wider HE community, global, EU, UN, UNESCO, etc, etc
  • 10. Web 2.0
    • new tech tools to facilitate communities of practice
    • wiki, collaborative web writing
    • blog, grinding your axe
    • audio-graphic environments
      • Elluminate, Adobe Connect (Breeze)
    • social networks, profiling and presence
      • Ning, Elgg, Facebook, Second Life, Twitter, LJ, etc etc
    • e-Portfolios
      • PebblePad, freefolio
  • 11. SlideShare
    • http://www.slideshare.net/georgeroberts
  • 12. Flickr
    • http://www.flickr.com/
  • 13. Elluminate audiographic learning environment
    • http://www.elluminate.com/
  • 14. SecondLife Multi User Virtual Environment (MUVE)
    • http://secondlife.com
  • 15. Twitter Microblog, Lifestream & Presence http://twitter.com
  • 16. Ning ELESIG Social Network http://elesig.ning.com/
  • 17. PebblePad ePortfolio http://www.pebbleweb.co.uk/brookes/webfolio.aspx?webfolioid=24258
  • 18. Discussion
    • Communities in Staff development
    • Web 2.0 applications and environments for educational development
  • 19. Conditions for success?
    • Bounded openness
    • Heterogeneous homophily
    • Mutable stability
    • Sustainable development
    • Adaptable model
    • Shared repertoire
    • Structured freedom
    • Multimodal identity
    • Serious fun
  • 20. Thank you
    • George Roberts
    • [email_address]
    • http://www.slideshare.net/georgeroberts
  • 21. Community Development Education Social Networking: Digital Literacy for Educational Development?

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