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Enhancing Participatory Culture: How to design international collaboration with social and mobile media?

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Slides for our #iCollab workshop at Online Educa Berlin 2012 #OEB12

Slides for our #iCollab workshop at Online Educa Berlin 2012 #OEB12

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  • 1. Enhancing Participatory Culture: !How to design international collaboration withsocial and mobile media?Ilona Buchem, Beuth University Berlin, GermanyHelen Keegan, University of Salford, UKMar Camacho, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, SpainOnline Educa Berlin 2012, Pre-Conference WorkshopVenue: Beuth University of Applied Sciences BerlinAddress: Luxemburger Strasse 10, House Gauss, Room 501 (5th Floor)
  • 2. iCollaborate Helen Keegan Salford University Ilona Buchem Salford, UK Beuth University @heloukee Berlin, Germany @mediendidaktikMar CamachoUniversity R&V Thom Cochrane AUT UniversityTarragona, Spain Auckland, NZ@marett @thomcochrane http://www.shamelesscarnivore.com http://cdn4.vtourist.com/4/5898700-Buddy_Bears_Berlin.jpg
  • 3. Twitter stream Twitter hash tag#iCollabOEB
  • 4. Participatory Culture Henry Jenkins Source: http://digitallearning.macfound.org/atf/cf/%7B7E45C7E0-A3E0-4B89-AC9C-E807E1B0AE4E%7D/JENKINS_WHITE_PAPER.PDF
  • 5. Agenda15:15 - 15:45Educational scenarios for virtual, international collaborations15:45 - 16:15Live questions and answers with invited students16:45 - 17:15Hands-on activities with selected tools in rapid exercises17:15 - 17:45 Small group design activities of innovative educational scenarios17:45 - 18:00Plenum discussion and open questions
  • 6. Educational Scenarios• Scenario 1: Mobile Reporters (Ilona Buchem)• Scenario 2: Mobile Filmmaking (Helen Keegan)• Scenario 3: Mobile Storytelling (Mar Camacho) 15:15 - 15:45
  • 7. S1: Mobile Reporters• Aim & Outcomes: Field research on how social and mobile media is used in your city. Multimedia documentation.• Groups & Context: Students in Berlin (media sociology), New Zealand (journalism), UK (media studies).• Tasks & Activities: Define the context and the question of your field research, collect data in the city (interviews, photos, videos), publish research results on the web. • Tech & Media: Mobile devices (cameras, audio recording), WordPress, Tumblr, Prezi, Qik, YouTube, QR codes, Twitter, polleverywhere, wall wisher, Mahara (ePortfolio).
  • 8. Social Media Reports Berlin (Mahara) https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=ctLpUuLzy4I
  • 9. Social Media Reports Manchester (Tumblr)http://mussaicollab12.tumblr.com/
  • 10. Social Media Reports Auckland (YouTube)
  • 11. Social Media Reports Auckland (Prezi)http://prezi.com/uuxxpzrx_43g/the-localist/
  • 12. Live streaming from courses (qik)http://qik.com/video/51100343
  • 13. Just watching ...
  • 14. Cross-boundary sharing (Twitter)
  • 15. Peer Voting
  • 16. Peer feedback: wall wisherhttp://wallwisher.com/wall/icollab12
  • 17. #iCollab12 project blog (WordPress) http://icollab12.wordpress.com/
  • 18. S2: Mobile Filmmaking• Aim & Outcomes: Develop skills in mobile phone filmmaking and collaboration/negotiation of creative process over time and space• Groups & Context: Students in UK (Audio Production), New Zealand (Cinematic Arts), France (Animation)• Tasks & Activities: Crowdsourced split screen film: 24 Frames 24 Hours ; International teams collaborated to produce films on topic of sustainability: Global In Mobile Out • Tech & Media: Smartphones, Google docs and hangouts, Wordpress, Twitter, YouTube
  • 19. S2: The first MASS HANGOUT!
  • 20. S2: 24 Frames 24 Hours - instructions
  • 21. S2: 24 Frames 24 Hours - Facebook
  • 22. S2: 24 Frames 24 Hours - Vimeo
  • 23. S2: 24 Frames 24 Hours - main site
  • 24. S2: Mobile Filmmaking
  • 25. S2: Student-Tutor hangouts
  • 26. S2: ELVSS Reflections•  Speculate on the role internationally-collaborative mobile movie-making might play in effecting cultural change•  Reflect on your experiences with both your Local Team and your Global Team, and evaluate your individual contributions to each of them
  • 27. S3: Mobile Storytelling• Aim & Outcomes: Research on how mobile technologies account for storytelling. • Groups & Context: Students in Tarragona (education), New Zealand (journalism)• Tasks & Activities: Design a story (storyboard), create it with the use of apps or other web-based tools including multimedia (audio, photos, videos), publish stories in blogs & Twitter• Tech & Media: Smartphones, educational apps for storytelling, WordPress, QRs, Twitter ...
  • 28. mobile storytelling: the process
  • 29. data gathering
  • 30. story creation
  • 31. story sharing
  • 32. Q&A with students • Scenario 1 Student reporters / Beuth University Berlin • Sascha Feldmann • Marco Seidler • Andreas Oettinger• Scenario 2 Mobile Filmmaking / Salford University •  Jason Wright (G+ Hangout)• Scenario 3 Mobile Storytelling / University Tarragona •  Maria Zapata & Pilar Alonso (G+ Hangout) 15:45 - 16:15
  • 33. Coffee break!
  • 34. 16:45 - 17:15Hands-on activities• Activity 1: Video streaming & recording on mobile devices! • Aim: Live stream your impressions of Berlin/OEB12 • Tool: Qik App: http://qik.com/• Activity 2: Generating and decoding QR codes! • Aim: Creating a QR code with the link to the recording • Tool: Splash URL: http://splashurl.net/• Activity 3: Content curation and sharing! • Aim: Create a note in Evernote & share on Twitter • Tool 1: GoogleDoc: http://bit.ly/icollab • Tool 2: Twitter: http://twitter.com & #iCollabOEB
  • 35. QIK username: icollaboeb password: icollaboeb123 or Download Qik on your mobile phone by going to http://d.qik.com from your mobile browser.
  • 36. Design activities• Work in groups of about 10 participants• Use these points to design activities: • Aim & Outcomes: • Groups & Context: • Tasks & Activities: • Tech & Media: 17:15 - 17:40
  • 37. Presentation & conclusionsEach group presents their idea for a scenarioTime per team: 5 minutesFinish with a short conclusion about the workshop 17:40 - 18:00
  • 38. Thank you! Ilona Buchem @mediendidaktik Helen Keegan @heloukee Mar Camacho @marett 17:40 - 18:00

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