Posterous & Google Docs

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Presentation for minor 'ondernemend innoveren'. In this minor students will work with Posterous & Google Docs as an alternative learning environment.

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Posterous & Google Docs

  1. 1. Innovation & collaboration<br />UsingPosterous & Google Docs in student projects<br />
  2. 2. Student collaboration 1.0<br />Teacher centered<br />Institutioncentered<br />Student as a collector of information<br />
  3. 3. Student collaboration: the future<br />
  4. 4. Meanwhile….<br />We are going to workwith online collaborationtoolswhich are not in betaor preview mode….<br />Requirements:<br />Toolshouldbe open: canbeusedbyanyone (student, lecturer, client, curiousothers (experts, parentsetc.)<br />Toolsmakescollaborationtransparent<br />Toolfacilitatesreflection<br />Tool is free / nocosts<br />
  5. 5. In this minor<br />We are going to use:<br />Posterous: an easy to usebloggingtoolforcommunication and reflection<br />Google Docs: an easy to use online collaborativetexteditor<br />
  6. 6. Keyelements:<br /><ul><li> Easy to update using e-mail
  7. 7. Easy to manage (forgroups)
  8. 8. Easy integrationwithothersocial media tools</li></ul>A little demo…<br />
  9. 9. Your turn<br />Set up a team website usingPosterous. <br />Be sure to lockthis site for project work (Google is watching)<br />Want to share? Set up a seperate site forcollecting feedback from outsiders<br />Invite team members, lecturer / coach and of courseyourclient. <br />
  10. 10. A little demo (2)…<br />
  11. 11. Your turn<br />Set up a Google Docs account (ifyoudon’t have a Google Account).<br />Create a document / map<br />Shareyour document / map<br />Seeyourrevisionhistory (File =&gt;)<br />
  12. 12. How to usePosterous in thiscourse?<br />To publishminutes of your meetings<br />To announceyourprogress to yourstakeholders ( e.g. “draftversion of marketing plan nowavailable” )<br />To publishyourgroupdiary (once a week)<br />To publishindividualreflections (seestudyguide)<br />To shareinteresting online resources, fun stuff etc.<br />Always link to your Google Docforreference. Attachments in your mail mightbepublished in public!<br />
  13. 13. Refences<br />Posterous<br />Posterous guide to dead simple blogging (Social Media Guide) / alsoavailable as a PDF-file<br />How to get the most out of Posterous(Mashable)<br />Google Docs:<br />Getting Started Guide<br />Howto do Stuff with Google Docs<br />

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