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OEB12: Enhancing Participatory Culture
OEB12: Enhancing Participatory Culture
OEB12: Enhancing Participatory Culture
OEB12: Enhancing Participatory Culture
OEB12: Enhancing Participatory Culture
OEB12: Enhancing Participatory Culture
OEB12: Enhancing Participatory Culture
OEB12: Enhancing Participatory Culture
OEB12: Enhancing Participatory Culture
OEB12: Enhancing Participatory Culture
OEB12: Enhancing Participatory Culture
OEB12: Enhancing Participatory Culture
OEB12: Enhancing Participatory Culture
OEB12: Enhancing Participatory Culture
OEB12: Enhancing Participatory Culture
OEB12: Enhancing Participatory Culture
OEB12: Enhancing Participatory Culture
OEB12: Enhancing Participatory Culture
OEB12: Enhancing Participatory Culture
OEB12: Enhancing Participatory Culture
OEB12: Enhancing Participatory Culture
OEB12: Enhancing Participatory Culture
OEB12: Enhancing Participatory Culture
OEB12: Enhancing Participatory Culture
OEB12: Enhancing Participatory Culture
OEB12: Enhancing Participatory Culture
OEB12: Enhancing Participatory Culture
OEB12: Enhancing Participatory Culture
OEB12: Enhancing Participatory Culture
OEB12: Enhancing Participatory Culture
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OEB12: Enhancing Participatory Culture

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  1. Enhancing Participatory Culture: How to design international collaboration with social and mobile media? Ilona Buchem (professor) Sascha Feldmann (student) Marco Seidler (student) Andreas Oettinger (student) Beuth University of Applied Sciences in Berlin Online Educa Berlin 2012, RCP51 session, 29 November 2012Thursday, November 29, 12
  2. Twitter hash tags #iCollabOEB #OEB12Thursday, November 29, 12
  3. Participatory CultureThursday, November 29, 12
  4. Participatory Culture Henry Jenkins Source: http://digitallearning.macfound.org/atf/cf/%7B7E45C7E0-A3E0-4B89-AC9C-E807E1B0AE4E%7D/JENKINS_WHITE_PAPER.PDFThursday, November 29, 12
  5. Participatory Culture attributes • Affiliations: memberships, formal and informal, in online communities centered Henry Jenkins around various forms of media. • Expressions: producing new creative forms, such as digital sampling, video- making, mash-ups. • Collaborations: problem-solving and working together in teams to complete tasks and develop new knowledge. • Circulations: Shaping the flow of media, media creators such as podcasting, micro-/blogging. Source: http://digitallearning.macfound.org/atf/cf/%7B7E45C7E0-A3E0-4B89-AC9C-E807E1B0AE4E%7D/JENKINS_WHITE_PAPER.PDFThursday, November 29, 12
  6. Participatory Culture 21st century skills • Play: capacity to experiment with one’s surroundings as problem-solving. Henry Jenkins • Simulations: ability to interpret and construct dynamic models of real world. • Performance: ability to adopt alternative identities for improvisation and discovery. • Appropriation: ability to remix media content. • Multi-tasking: ability to monitor one’s environment and shift focus ad hoc • Collective intelligence: ability to pool knowledge and work on common goal collaborators Source: http://digitallearning.macfound.org/atf/cf/%7B7E45C7E0-A3E0-4B89-AC9C-E807E1B0AE4E%7D/JENKINS_WHITE_PAPER.PDFThursday, November 29, 12
  7. Participatory Culture Henry Jenkins “We must integrate these new knowledge cultures into our schools, not only through group work but also through long-distance collaborations across different learning communities.” Source: http://digitallearning.macfound.org/atf/cf/%7B7E45C7E0-A3E0-4B89-AC9C-E807E1B0AE4E%7D/JENKINS_WHITE_PAPER.PDFThursday, November 29, 12
  8. The iCollaborate Project Helen Keegan Salford University Ilona Buchem Salford, UK Beuth University @heloukee Berlin, Germany @mediendidaktik Mar Camacho Thom Cochrane University R&V AUT University Tarragona, Spain Auckland, NZ @marett @thomcochrane http://www.shamelesscarnivore.com http://cdn4.vtourist.com/4/5898700-Buddy_Bears_Berlin.jpgThursday, November 29, 12
  9. iCollaborate goals • Enable low barriers to participation and collaboration • Create space for meaningful practice (contributions matter) • Engage students in co-creating the curriculum • Encourage free-form experimentation • Support creative expression and sharing with digital media • Facilitate social connections across across cultures • Supporting informal mentorship and peer learningThursday, November 29, 12
  10. Summer semester 2012 Mobile Reporters #iCollab12 http://www.flickr.com/photos/lievensoete/2731963346/Thursday, November 29, 12
  11. Mobile Reporters Aims: • Field research on uses social and mobile media in your city • Exploring similar phenomena in scattered locations • Taking on different identities: reporter, researcher, publisher • Using media to create and share self-generated content • Exploring a field by investigating, analyzing and synthesizingThursday, November 29, 12
  12. Mobile Reporters Activities: • Define the context and the question of your field research • Go to the city and inquire (watch, talk, document) • Select and define your own topic and application field • Create content and aggregate in a multimedia documentation • Present and share with others in class and on the webThursday, November 29, 12
  13. Mobile Reporters Media: • Mobile devices, e.g. camera, voice recording, GPS • Mobile apps, e.g. QR reader, Qik (live stream & recording) • Social media, e.g. Twitter, WordPress, YouTube • Presentations, e.g. Prezi • Voting, e.g. polleverywhere • E-Portfolios, e.g. Mahara • Feedback, e.g. wallwisherThursday, November 29, 12
  14. Mobile Reporters Assessment: • Ability to define own goals and design own project • Creativity in approaching and presenting the topic • Individual expression and insight • Evaluating credibility of sources • Collaboration • ReflectionThursday, November 29, 12
  15. Social Media Reports Berlin (Mahara) https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=ctLpUuLzy4IThursday, November 29, 12
  16. Social Media Reports Manchester (Tumblr) http://mussaicollab12.tumblr.com/Thursday, November 29, 12
  17. Social Media Reports Auckland (YouTube)Thursday, November 29, 12
  18. Social Media Reports Auckland (Prezi) http://prezi.com/uuxxpzrx_43g/the-localist/Thursday, November 29, 12
  19. Live streaming from courses (qik) http://qik.com/video/51100343Thursday, November 29, 12
  20. Just watching ...Thursday, November 29, 12
  21. Cross-boundary sharing (Twitter)Thursday, November 29, 12
  22. Peer VotingThursday, November 29, 12
  23. Peer feedback: wall wisher http://wallwisher.com/wall/icollab12Thursday, November 29, 12
  24. #iCollab12 project blog (WordPress) http://icollab12.wordpress.com/Thursday, November 29, 12
  25. Students insights Sascha Feldmann (student) Marco Seidler (student) Andreas Oettinger (student)Thursday, November 29, 12
  26. How to follow?Thursday, November 29, 12
  27. http://storify.com/heloukee/enhancing-participatory-culture-how-to-design-inteThursday, November 29, 12
  28. https://www.facebook.com/groups/100222186813619/Thursday, November 29, 12
  29. http://cloudworks.ac.uk/cloud/view/6638Thursday, November 29, 12
  30. Join us!Thursday, November 29, 12
  31. Thank you! Ilona Buchem Professor for Digital Media & Diversity @mediendidaktikThursday, November 29, 12

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