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In this session participants were introduced to the concept of Pecha Kucha (pe-chak-cha); the Japanese inspired rapid fire presentation mode with each speaker presenting 20 slides, each on screen for …

In this session participants were introduced to the concept of Pecha Kucha (pe-chak-cha); the Japanese inspired rapid fire presentation mode with each speaker presenting 20 slides, each on screen for 20 seconds. The seven "flash" presentations focused on post-Web 2.0 apps (Adobe Connect Now, Diigo, Glogster, Google Wonder Wheel, Vuvox and more) for instructional use by educators. Presented at SIDLIT 2010 at Johnson County Community College on Friday, August 6, 2010

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    • 1. PechaKucha
      Presentations on Post-Web 2.0 Instructional Tools
    • 2. Pecha What?
    • 3. Keith Krieger
    • 4.
    • 5. kkrieger@jccc.edu
      Twitter: kkriegeratjcccEducator’s PLN: KeithKriegerLinkedin: kwkriegerDelicious: bigenchiladaDiigo: keithkrieger
    • 6. Reseach on the web
      Highlight
      Annotate via sticky notes
      Bookmark for retrieval
      Sidebar allows us to see all other user’s annotations
      Recommended bookmarks based on your bookmarks
    • 7. Research
      Archive, not just save as bookmark
      Organize by tags or list
      Searchable
    • 8. Tied to 3 Diigo themes
      Research
      Share
      Collaborate
    • 9. 3 sections
      My Library
      My Network
      My Groups
    • 10. 5 stages of bookmarking
      One computer, one set of bookmarks
      Two computers, two sets of bookmarks
      Can sync, but not straight-forward
      Would like to share and annotate
      Would like to use it in a group
      Grab everything, including notes, videos, images, screenshots
      Access from any device, anywhere
    • 11. PLN
      Colleagues
      Students
      Public or private
      Specific collections with a list
      Use widgets to share
      Send to blog
      Blogroll
      Send to Delicious
      Keeps data out of jail
    • 12. Follow or be followed
      People or groups with similar interests
      Build different PLNs in My Network
      Follow bookmarks and comment
    • 13. Annotate and share with anyone
      Annotated link
      Send via email
      Recipient can see annotations, highlights, sticky notes
      No software required
      Better retention
      Active reading
      Move between devices
      Retain notes
    • 14. Bookmarks
      Upload and capture snapshot
      Can snapshot pdf
      Keep page forever
    • 15. Tagging
      Multiple tags
      Searchable by tags
      Full-text search supported
      Search annotations, URLs, notes, titles, tags
    • 16. Send to non-Diigo users
      Blogging tool can send directly to blog
      Including tags
    • 17. Screen capture
      Annotate, markup, comment
    • 18. Read later
      Let diigo manage your reading list
    • 19. Snapshot
      Creates image in addition to bookmark
    • 20. Import
      Import from bookmarks
      Sync to Delicious
    • 21. Highlighting
      Install Diigo toolbar
      Highlight page parts
      Add sticky notes to highlights
      Will stay on page on revisits
      Part of online archive
    • 22. Diigolet
      No toolbar installation required
      Make bookmarks toolbar visible
      Go to: diigo.com/tools/diigolet
      Drag button to toolbar
    • 23. Mobile
      Android and iPhone
    • 24. Educator account
      Controlled access
      Can set up student groups
      Moderated
      Free to educators
    • 25. A teacher can create student accounts for an entire class with just a few clicks (and student email addresses are optional for account creation)
      Students of the same class are automatically set up as a Diigo group so they can start using all the benefits that a Diigo group provides, such as group bookmarks and annotations, and group forums.
      To protect the privacy of students, student accounts have special settings which only allow their teachers and classmates to contact them and access their personal profile information.
      Ads presented to student account users are limited to education-related sponsors.
    • 26. Group example
      Mike Wesch at k-state
      Note members, items
    • 27. Organizing lists
      Add sections
      Drag and drop
      Play list as slideshow
    • 28. Collaborate
      Groups
      Share annotations to the group
      Group members alerted via email
      Group members can comment
      Threaded discussions
    • 29. kkrieger@jccc.edu
      More Diigo 9:45 FridayTwitter: kkriegeratjcccEducator’s PLN: KeithKriegerLinkedin: kwkriegerDelicious: bigenchiladaDiigo: keithkrieger
    • 30. Michael Rea
    • 31. What is it good for
      Two Guests at a time
      Office hours
      Tutoring
      Troubleshooting
      Student team collaboration
      More.
    • 32. Adobe Connect NowSign up at. www.adobe.com/acom/connectnow
      No special downloads. Just flash player
    • 33. Log in to ConnectNow
      After you have created your account Sign in with your adobe ID at https://acrobat.com/.
    • 34. Send Invites
      Access the meeting room.
      Share this link. Its best to send this ahead of time in an email with the time you want to meet.
    • 35. Participants view
      Participants enter as guests. You can accept or decline.
    • 36. Setting preferences
      ConnectNow is set to Require Approval for Entry. You may change this.
    • 37. Features
    • 38. Voice conferencing (VOIP)
    • 39. Video Conferencing
    • 40. File Sharing
    • 41. Shared Notes
    • 42. Chat
    • 43. Whiteboard
    • 44. Screen Sharing
    • 45. Remote control
    • 46. Best Practices for setting up your computer prior to the meeting:
      Directly connect to the fastest internet connection available.
      Avoid wireless connections
      Shut down Email/IM and any programs NOT being used for the presentation.
    • 47. Best Practices for setting up your computer prior to the meeting:
      • Shut down any VPNs and directly connect to the internet.
      • 48. Have programs that you are screen-sharing open to the appropriate window and ready to demonstrate - avoid launching and logging into programs while screen sharing.
      • 49. Turn off computer “sleep” especially if a re-log in is required.
    • Best Practices for setting up your computer prior to the meeting:
      • If sharing your screen, remove any photo backgrounds on your computer desktop.
      • 50. Optimize room bandwidth to DSL, or better.
      • 51. Test your Microphone and Speakers each time if the computer configuration has changed.
    • Thank you to Windows 7 Snipping Tool
    • 52. Questions?
    • 53. Linda Wapelhorst
    • 54.
    • 55.
    • 56.
    • 57. Show Me What’s Wrong
    • 58.
    • 59. Glogster
    • 60.
    • 61. LiveWeb
    • 62. Tagxedo
    • 63. Image Chef
    • 64. Make Sweet
    • 65. ZamZar
      Document
      Image
      Music
      Video
      E-Book
      Compressed
      CAD
    • 66. Krunchd
    • 67. Stat Planet
    • 68.
    • 69.
    • 70. Critical Past
    • 71. Capzles
    • 72. Chart Tool
    • 73. http://krunchd.com/sidlit
    • 74. Meg McGranaghan
    • 75. The Wonder of it All!
      Meg McGranaghanButler Community College
    • 76.
    • 77.
    • 78.
    • 79.
    • 80.
    • 81.
    • 82.
    • 83.
    • 84.
    • 85.
    • 86.
    • 87.
    • 88.
    • 89.
    • 90.
    • 91.
    • 92.
    • 93.
    • 94.
    • 95. Kathryn Barker
    • 96.
    • 97. Vuvox
    • 98. Image Credits (from Vuvox)
      Upper left: Kathy Moore
      Upper right: Lansing State Journal
      Lower left: sdphotoLower right: HelderGoncalves
    • 99.
    • 100.
    • 101.
    • 102. …your own
      bad self
      Photo by: Sergio Bertolini / flickrCC Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic license
    • 103.
    • 104.
    • 105.
    • 106. <HTML>
      Icons from Visual Pharm (mail) and Jack Cai (link)
    • 107.
    • 108.
    • 109.
    • 110.
    • 111.
    • 112.
    • 113.
    • 114.
    • 115.
    • 116. Questions?