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How to use MICROBLOGGING in Education                                 Carmen Holotescu Gabriela Grosseck                  ...
Let’s know each other A short introduction in Social Learning What is microblogging? Overview of the microsphere .     ...
Let’s know each other
A short introductionSOCIAL LEARNING
Web2.0 / social networks have great impactin collaborative / social learning ( eLearning2.0 )RSS/blogs-2004, podcast–2005,...
Enhancing teaching & learning using Web2.0 technologies      from Handbook of Emerging Technologies in EducationGeorge Sie...
Welcome to … your space• Which 5 web 2.0 applications do youappreciate and use most?            Tweet #co11• Compare your ...
http://personas.media.mit.edu/
What is it? And why should I care?                       INTRODUCTION TO                        MICROBLOGGING
A collaborative definition of microblogging generated by oamos.com embedded                   in the note at cirip.ro/stat...
Microblogging is a new form of blogging, with brief text updates of 140characters, via Web, SMS, email, IM or 3rd party ap...
Microblogging is a collaborative technology                         photo: http://media2.lelombrik.net/13501-14000/13845.jpg
Diagrammr at diagrammr.com/edit?key=dy4NKMc8XsZ embedded            in the note at cirip.ro/status/1644841
Microblogging platforms used in education                      photo: http://www.heikkironkko.com/images/yolehti_jaiku.jpg
Overview of the Microsphere Timeline     Mar 2006          Oct 2007 Dec 2007 Jan 2008 Mar 2008 Jul 2008                   ...
How microblogging tools work1. Create an account and sign in2. Search for other people to follow      (Other people are do...
MICROBLOGGING PLATFORMS
Socialtwitter            networking in                        140                    characters           The most popula...
Twitter Educational uses:Classroom communityCollaborationProject ManagementAssessing opinionConference / researchVirtual c...
A video clip about twitter at dotsub.com embedded             in the note at cirip.ro/status/1644958
• a private microblogging platform  for teachers and students to  share ideas, files, events and  assignments• features: S...
a social journal for your life; a right-to-left scrolling “timeline”                                                      ...
only 10 minutes to setup the ownmicroblogging networkuseful for those devoted to aparticular nichea customizable and easy-...
• an open source implementation  of a distributed microblogging  platform, CreativeCommons  framework• full control of you...
• business oriented            • used in a single              organisation            • attachment links,              im...
• more than 140 characters• commenting and "like"  system• room / group creation• attachment links,  pictures, embeddable ...
•   a micro-update communications for     companies that gives employees the     ability to: •   instantly communicate the...
brainstorming ideas – please add your thoughtsHOW MICROBLOGGING CAN IMPROVETEACHING AND LEARNING                          ...
good points:    Classroom community         Collaboration     Project Management      Assessing opinion    Conference / re...
bad points                                                            privacy                                             ...
What ‘s your attitude toward          microblogging?•Use a single word and write it down or tweet it #co11    •Working in ...
A slideshare presentation about collaboration on microblogging, embedded in the                         note at cirip.ro/s...
A photopeach presentation for microblogging metaphors, embedded in the note at                            cirip.ro/status/...
Cirip.eu - a microblogging platform specially designed for education;launched in March, 2008, by Timsoft, a Romanian compa...
Facilities Cirip.eu (1)• public and private groups                                       Cirip.eu TUTORIAL   (courses, int...
Facilities Cirip.eu (2)multimedia objects embedded in messages (communication flow, create/recreate,open to OERs):   - liv...
Who are you? Use multimedia     object todescribe yourself- blip.fm, deezer,youtube, vimeo -        etc.
Educational usesinformation and knowledge managementcourses enhancementdelivering entire online courseslearning from the s...
An online course                about                microblogging                platforms                Research:      ...
Course elements:                                        collaborative                                        exercises ann...
Mobile learning featureslocalize and join mobile groupsaccess content and open educational resourcesshare opinionswork...
Mindmap at mindmeister.com/maps/show_public/29895908 embedded                    in the note at cirip.ro/status/1629920Cir...
Training for companies, private groups for internal communication,    best cases sharing (message at http://www.cirip.ro/s...
Indicators:                                                       (mindmeister.com)                           Popularity  ...
WHAT do our students NEED?         WCES 2009, 4-7 Feb., North Cyprus                    University
Workshop group: cirip.ro/grup/co11
Carmen Holotescu              cirip.ro/u/cami13            twitter.com/cami13             Gabriela Grosseck             ci...
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Integrating Technology for Active Life-long Learning
CO11 on IT4ALL Moodle & WiZiQ
Feb 4-6, 2011
CO11: Microblogging in education
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  1. 1. How to use MICROBLOGGING in Education Carmen Holotescu Gabriela Grosseck University Politehnica/ Timsoft West University Timisoara, Romania CO11http://cirip.ro/grup/co11 Connecting Online 2011 http://connecting-online.ning.com
  2. 2. Let’s know each other A short introduction in Social Learning What is microblogging? Overview of the microsphere . General uses Discover microblogging through Cirip.eu Educational uses of microblogging What does the future look like?Microblogging Reflections Where do we learn more? Workshop group: cirip.ro/grup/co11
  3. 3. Let’s know each other
  4. 4. A short introductionSOCIAL LEARNING
  5. 5. Web2.0 / social networks have great impactin collaborative / social learning ( eLearning2.0 )RSS/blogs-2004, podcast–2005, vlog–2006, video–2007microblogging-2008-2010, augmented realitylocation based applications - 2010
  6. 6. Enhancing teaching & learning using Web2.0 technologies from Handbook of Emerging Technologies in EducationGeorge Siemens, Peter Tittenberg (pg.34) ltc.umanitoba.ca/wikis/etl
  7. 7. Welcome to … your space• Which 5 web 2.0 applications do youappreciate and use most? Tweet #co11• Compare your a-list with Top 100 Tools for Learning 2010
  8. 8. http://personas.media.mit.edu/
  9. 9. What is it? And why should I care? INTRODUCTION TO MICROBLOGGING
  10. 10. A collaborative definition of microblogging generated by oamos.com embedded in the note at cirip.ro/status/1645201
  11. 11. Microblogging is a new form of blogging, with brief text updates of 140characters, via Web, SMS, email, IM or 3rd party applications, which allows real-time interactions between users.
  12. 12. Microblogging is a collaborative technology photo: http://media2.lelombrik.net/13501-14000/13845.jpg
  13. 13. Diagrammr at diagrammr.com/edit?key=dy4NKMc8XsZ embedded in the note at cirip.ro/status/1644841
  14. 14. Microblogging platforms used in education photo: http://www.heikkironkko.com/images/yolehti_jaiku.jpg
  15. 15. Overview of the Microsphere Timeline Mar 2006 Oct 2007 Dec 2007 Jan 2008 Mar 2008 Jul 2008 Sep 20084 platforms in Tops 100 Tools for Leaning 2009/2010: Twitter, Cirip, Yammer, Edmodo Elizabeth Koh, An overview of microblogging, http://www.slideshare.net/elizabethkoh/an-overview-of-microblogging, slide 16
  16. 16. How microblogging tools work1. Create an account and sign in2. Search for other people to follow (Other people are doing the same for you)3. Read other peoples’ updates4. Enter an update yourself5. Go back to steps 3 and 4!16
  17. 17. MICROBLOGGING PLATFORMS
  18. 18. Socialtwitter networking in 140 characters  The most popular microblogging system  Launched in July, 2006  Robust, elegant and simple  More than 200 million users  Numerous mash-ups http://www.flickr.com/photos/44124372363@N01/2417123304/sizes/o
  19. 19. Twitter Educational uses:Classroom communityCollaborationProject ManagementAssessing opinionConference / researchVirtual classroomLearning experiencesPersonal Learning NetworkReference services
  20. 20. A video clip about twitter at dotsub.com embedded in the note at cirip.ro/status/1644958
  21. 21. • a private microblogging platform for teachers and students to share ideas, files, events and assignments• features: Store and Share Files , Privacy Controls , Public Timeline (RSS) , Notifications (SMS) , Class Calendar , Assignments & Grades, Share Links and Embeds , Subscribe to Feeds• similar LMS photo: http://www.edmodo.com/public/„ Edmodo could be used for a wide variety of tasks and lessons. […] It could also be aforum for open discussion in an online course setting. In a one-to-one computingenvironment you could post a story starter and have each student add a sentence orparagraph to create a collaboratively written story. ” Richard Byrne
  22. 22. a social journal for your life; a right-to-left scrolling “timeline” photo: http://friendfeed.com/robingood„ My Plurkline, for me, is a broadcast medium -I want to put a message out there and share some information and todo that I need to keep the line clear for people to read and respond to. Im not looking to gather information fromother people there (have so many other places where I already do that).” Nick Peackey Nick Peackey
  23. 23. only 10 minutes to setup the ownmicroblogging networkuseful for those devoted to aparticular nichea customizable and easy-to-usecommunity spacesharing photos, files, links,locations and much more througha well known microblogginginterface photo: http://teach42.shoutem.com/„We’ve all known it was coming, it was just a matter of time. Well, it has finally arrived and I’m thrilled tosay that it was worth the wait. ShoutEm is a create-your-own-Twitter platform that works just as easily asNing does. Steve Dembo Steve Dembo
  24. 24. • an open source implementation of a distributed microblogging platform, CreativeCommons framework• full control of your data, meaning if you want to migrate to another service you can take it with you• allows you to post 140 characters messages• login with your OpenID• SMS updates and notifications• groups„ Discussing and proposing pedagogical approachs for education within the paradigm and assistance ofWeb2.0.” http://identi.ca/group/w2e http://identi.ca/group/w2e
  25. 25. • business oriented • used in a single organisation • attachment links, images, files • potential for schools photo: https://www.yammer.com/about/screenshots„But I can see the potential for, say, a school. Certainly in the UK, [….] it would be really easy to set up aYammer account for students and staff to collaborate with each other in a closed-off environment. So, if Twitter seems somewhat too open for comfort, perhaps Yammer is the answer. ” Terry Freedman
  26. 26. • more than 140 characters• commenting and "like" system• room / group creation• attachment links, pictures, embeddable widgets (YouTube, Flickr, twitpic) photo: http://friendfeed.com/robingood„The option to create a private Friend Feedroom could be a great way to create a backchannelfor your classroom or for any workshops that you may lead. You could alsocreate a private Friend Feed room for your students to use as brainstorming area or abook discussion forum. ”
  27. 27. • a micro-update communications for companies that gives employees the ability to: • instantly communicate their current status (collaboration in Real-Time) • ask questions • post media (share documents & media) • groups for keeping conversations organized • device support (computer, mobile phone, any device connected to the photo: http://presentlyapp.com/ Internet)„Present.lyprovides a free place to get the same type of feedback as youd gather onTwitter, but in a closed setting..” Richard Byrne Richard Byrne
  28. 28. brainstorming ideas – please add your thoughtsHOW MICROBLOGGING CAN IMPROVETEACHING AND LEARNING Scribd paper: Can we use Twitter for educational activities?
  29. 29. good points: Classroom community Collaboration Project Management Assessing opinion Conference / research Virtual classroom Learning experiences Personal Learning Network Exploring the language Reference services http://www.flickr.com/photos/pandemia/354115976/sizes/l/
  30. 30. bad points privacy time-consuming distracting no social educational value rude addictive meaningless without a networkspam bad grammar skills http://www.flickr.com/photos/80578657@N00/254923630/sizes/o
  31. 31. What ‘s your attitude toward microblogging?•Use a single word and write it down or tweet it #co11 •Working in group, find images with flickr, flickrcc, compfight or CreativeCommon.org! •Go to Photopeach and build your attitude in a digital storytelling!
  32. 32. A slideshare presentation about collaboration on microblogging, embedded in the note at cirip.ro/status/1610057
  33. 33. A photopeach presentation for microblogging metaphors, embedded in the note at cirip.ro/status/874542
  34. 34. Cirip.eu - a microblogging platform specially designed for education;launched in March, 2008, by Timsoft, a Romanian company specialized in eLearning and mobile applications- 20000 users- interface in Romanian, English,German- Finalist at Seedcamp Zagreb, Jan2010- In Top 100 Tools for Learning 2009
  35. 35. Facilities Cirip.eu (1)• public and private groups Cirip.eu TUTORIAL (courses, internal training, projects, events, internal communication, service, family, hobby, etc);• group communication via SMS• polls, quizzes – online or via SMS• feeds monitoring via SMS / sites / blogs / social networks / search feeds - jobs, weather, reactions)• statistics, visualizations, tags.
  36. 36. Facilities Cirip.eu (2)multimedia objects embedded in messages (communication flow, create/recreate,open to OERs): - livestreaming, - images (flickr, tinypic), - audio (eok, trilulilu, deezer, blip.fm, vocaroo, mp3), - (live) video (youtube, dotsub, vimeo, seesmic, screencastle, screenjelly, screenr, 220.ro, myvideo), - presentations (slideshare, capzles, voicethread, flowgram, photopeach, picasa, notaland, prezi, diagrammr, mindomo, mindmeister, spicynodes), - documents (odf, odt, pdf, doc, xls, txt, ppt, google docs/forms/spreadsheets)
  37. 37. Who are you? Use multimedia object todescribe yourself- blip.fm, deezer,youtube, vimeo - etc.
  38. 38. Educational usesinformation and knowledge managementcourses enhancementdelivering entire online courseslearning from the streamcollaborative projects in universitiescommunities of practice Social networksePortfolios. Feeds Users Personal Learning Environments ( Networks ) - PLE/PLN
  39. 39. An online course about microblogging platforms Research: •integrate microbloggingMaterials: with otherannouncements Web2.0 technologiesmaterials asLOM/SCORM •microbloggingobjects platform as LMS •course facilitation
  40. 40. Course elements: collaborative exercises announcements modules - learning from the LOM/SCORM stream objectspolls/quiz/comments viaSMS (f2f) multimedia messages validations - interactions with users/experts/ groups
  41. 41. Mobile learning featureslocalize and join mobile groupsaccess content and open educational resourcesshare opinionswork collaboratively on multimedia objectsparticipate in polls and quizzesreceive/send updates via SMScreate and manage mobile PLEs;recover password via SMS.
  42. 42. Mindmap at mindmeister.com/maps/show_public/29895908 embedded in the note at cirip.ro/status/1629920Cirip as social network: profile / object centric. LD scenarios as meta-objects.
  43. 43. Training for companies, private groups for internal communication, best cases sharing (message at http://www.cirip.ro/status/2316514)
  44. 44. Indicators: (mindmeister.com) Popularity Influence Coagulation index Exposure index Geographical distribution Temporal distribution Online social presence Rating (RT) Notoriety (favorite) Sharing (Link) IntimacyConnections/comunication SpaPLE/PLN relevance MoodePortfolio Language
  45. 45. WHAT do our students NEED? WCES 2009, 4-7 Feb., North Cyprus University
  46. 46. Workshop group: cirip.ro/grup/co11
  47. 47. Carmen Holotescu cirip.ro/u/cami13 twitter.com/cami13 Gabriela Grosseck cirip.ro/u/gabriela twitter.com/ggrosseckWorkshop group: cirip.ro/grup/co11

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