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  • TEACH Web 2.0 is maintained by a group of curious teachers who explore and brainstorm ways to integrate Web 2.0 technologies into their teaching. They provide resources and SWOT analyses of a plethora of Web 2.0 tools. A great resource
  • http://www.nowhereroad.com/twt/
  • http://www.nowhereroad.com/twt/
  • http://c4lpt.co.uk/academy/ism/whatissome.html
  • http://www.c4lpt.co.uk/recommended/2010binb.html
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  • Jamalludin Harun Centre for Teaching & Learning Universiti Teknologi Malaysia TEACHING WITH SOCIAL MEDIA TOOLS - WEB 2.0 -
    • How can we engage with students’ learning more meaningfully and personally…
    • … that is, in ways that hook into their everyday experiences and that build on their current knowledge using technology?
    • Any suggestion/idea/comment..??
    INTRODUCTION
    • We know
    • People work with each other
    • They learn from each other
    • They are capable of determining what they want to learn
    THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION
    • Ask yourself...
    • Where have all the students gone?
    • Who are Generation X & Y?
    • What are their characteristics?
    • How were they brought up?
    • Where have they come from?
    • How might this affect their approach to learning?
    THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION
    • Ask yourself...
    • What are their tools?
    • Where do they communicate?
    • How do they network?
    • Where do they network?
    • How do they learn?
    • Where do they research?
    THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION
  • Welcome to Facebook generation. Education2.0 - social networking
    • Now....Ask yourself...
    • How do you teach?
    • How do you engage them?
    • What tools do you use?
    • What tools can you use?
    • Do you encourage them to innovate and create?
    THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION
    • The Future of Education...
    • Information is changing.
    • WHERE and HOW we learn is changing.
    • If we don’t integrate the tools effectively… Formal education will become increasingly irrelevant
    THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION
    • Web 2.0 technology (Social media) has the power to transform teaching and learning.
    • You have the power to give them the skills and tools to work in the 21st century.
    INTRODUCTON TO SOCIAL MEDIA
    • Teach them how to find, make sense of, and use relevant information.
    • Give them the ability to find and use information with critical discrimination in order to build knowledge.
    • learn together, network together, grow together.
    INTRODUCTON TO SOCIAL MEDIA
    • TEACH WEB 2.0
    • http://teachweb2.wikispaces.com/
    • CLASSROOM 2.0
    • http://wiki.classroom20.com/
    • Back to School with the Class of Web 2.0
    • http://www.solutionwatch.com/512/
    WEB 2.0 + EDUCATION ??
  • INTRODUCTION
    • Web 2.0 is the second generation of web-based services and tools which make content creation on the web easier and more accessible to a wide variety of users. 
    INTRODUCTON TO SOCIAL MEDIA
  • INTRODUCTON TO SOCIAL MEDIA What are they? Potential Uses for Teaching
  • WEB 2.0 TECHNOLOGIES
    • Defined as the “Read-Write” Web
      • Provides all the services and applications to allow individuals to co-create content, collaborate and share it with others
    • Supports user-generated content
      • Content created by users rather than specialist authors or publishing using a variety of affordable technologies like blogs, podcasts and wikis
    • Encourages the social aspect of the web
      • Through the use of social media like blogs, wikis, social bookmarking tools and social networks
  • WEB 2.0 TECHNOLOGIES
    • What do these social technologies look like
    • Social networking - establishing and building online relationships with others, and a fundamental social activity
    • File-sharing - creating, storing and/or sharing files in all formats: pictures, videos, presentations, documents, screencasts, etc
    • Social bookmarking - storing and sharing links to web resources
  • WEB 2.0 TECHNOLOGIES
    • Communication tools - communicating in real time via instant messaging and chat, in web meetings, and in live broadcasts, or asynchronously via email
    • Collaboration tools - working synchronously or asynchronously with other to co-create documents, presentations, mindmaps, etc
    • Blogging - reading, commenting or writing blog posts
    • Micro-blogging - sending, receiving and replying to short messages with others - for real-time communications
  • WEB 2.0 TECHNOLOGIES
    • Podcasting - creating or listening to audio (MP3) files
    • RSS - Really Simple Syndication- subscribing to and reading blog and web news feeds
    • Social and collaboration platforms - providing enterprise-wide, integrated suites of social media tools in one platform
  • WEB 2.0 TECHNOLOGIES
    • What impact are social (Web 2.0) technologies having on working and learning?
    Web 1.0 Web technologies Web 2.0 Social Technologies publishing content/courses reading content some interaction with content sharing information and knowledge collaborative working and learning social learning CONTENT PEOPLE
  • WEB 2.0 TECHNOLOGIES
    • How can social media (SoMe) be used for learning and working?
    Social Media for Working & Learning  aka Social Learning Use of SoMe for: communicating - collaborating - sharing - networks and communities Formal learning/ training/education Informal Learning learning as you work or play Working improving performance
    • Use SoMe to engage online learners
    • to engage learners in the classroom
    • Use SoMe to find things out by/for oneself
    • to learn with and from others
    • Use SoMe to rethink/improve work processes
    • to work collaboratively with others
  • TEACHING WITH TECHNOLOGY TEACHING WITH SOCIAL MEDIA (TOOLS) - WEB 2.0 -
  • What Tools Are Available?
    • Please browse 2011 Top 100 Tools for Learning :
    • http://www.c4lpt.co.uk/recommended/2011.html
    • then write the number (name) of tools in that list that you are presently familiar with.
    • http://www.c4lpt.co.uk/index.html
  • SOCIAL BOOKMARKING
    • A collection of bookmark (favourite)
    • Access your bookmark links from anywhere
    • Share with friends, coworkers and the community
    • Discover new things
    • Examples
    • Delicious, digg, connotea,citeulike
    • Application
    • Lecturers and students can build a course library of relevant course links based on shared bookmarks using a course tag.
  • Delicious.com
  • digg.com
  • SOCIAL NETWORKING
    • Used for self-expression, personalization and the building of communities
    • Examples
    • Facebook, ning, elgg
    • Application
    • Lecturers can set up a class “social network” or learning community for students to meet and communicate with one another – before, during and after the course
    • Students can have group discussions and group chat
  • Facebook.com
  • ning.com
  • elgg.com
  • MEDIA SHARING
    • Sharing of slides, videos, pictures, audio…
    • True user generated contents
    • Some available for download
    • Examples
    • Slideshare, Scribd, Youtube, TeacherTube, FlickR
    • Application
    • Educators and students can share their own as well as other user-generated podcasts, presentations, screencast, videos, etc and embed them in blogs, websites, etc, and comment on each other resources.
  • slideshare.net
  • youtube.com
  • WIKI
    • A "wiki" is a collaborative website which can be directly edited by anyone with access to it.
    • “ Wiki-wiki " is the Hawaiian for "quick.”
    • Examples
    • Wikispaces, pbwiki, wikiversity
    • Applications
    • A group of students can collaboratively create documents related to class projects
    • Lectures can use wikis to collaborate on projects, whether editing a textbook, preparing a journal article, or assembling a syllabus or reading list.
  • Wikispaces.com
  • pbworks.com
  • wikiversity.org
  • BLOG
    • “… a web-based publication consisting primarily of periodic articles, most often in reverse chronological order.
    • Examples
    • Blogspot, wordpress, edublogs
    • Applications
    • Educators can write course blogs to host an entire course, to provide a chronological focus for assignments, a site for student interaction and discussion, where students can contribute thought and experiences
    • Students can write blog to reflect on their learning or to post e-portfolios and to comment on the other student blogs
  • blogger.com
  • wordpress.com
  • OTHER WEB 2.0 TOOLS
    • Prezi (Presentation) http://www.prezi.com
    • Glogster (Interactive Poster) http://www.glogster.com
    • VoiceThread (Collaborative slideshows) http://www.voicethread.com
    • Jing (Screen captures/ casting tool) http://www.jingproject.com/
    • Google Docs, Zoho (Online Productivity) http://docs.google.com http://www.zoho.com
  •