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  • Creating Online Learning Modules the basicsJohn DornerInformation Management Agenthttp://go.ncsu.edu/jdornerjohn_dorner@ncsu.edu
  • Basic things we can do or need to dowhen reaching people online
  • Reaching people online• Be where they are• Be useful• Be honest• Be yourself
  • Be where they (most of them) are• Wikipedia!• Twitter (SMS / Text messaging)• Facebook• Google+• Pinterest• Online content - found by Google• Email
  • Teach clients how to fish• How to find & evaluate information• How to get information to come to them o RSS readers o RSS to email o Twitter to SMS• How to join online communities (CRD)
  • Be Useful• Be a curator• Be an author• Be a connector• Dont be a self promoter
  • Be Honest• Share what you know• You work for NCSU• You dont know everything• You make mistakes• You have other interests too!
  • Be Yourself• You dont work 24/7• You have a family• You have other interests• You are human
  • Online Learning Options• Web pages (NCCE County Website)• Blogs• Presentations (SlideShare)• Webinars• Videos (YouTube, TeacherTube, Vimeo)• Moodle (CMS or VLE)
  • Wikipedia• Use encyclopedia format o Search for "Manual of Style"• Neutral point of view• Original content• Provide appropriate links• Do NOT self promote• Create your own profile page• Update your "preferences"
  • Twitter• Use a desktop client o Tweetdeck• Create an account• Update your account settings• Create lists• Search
  • Curation• Scoop.it• Delicious & Diigo• Pinterest• Google+• Your own blog
  • Google Juice• Create good content• Link to related content pages• Get linked to from related content pages• Repeat...
  • RSS Readers• Create good content• Link to related content pages• Get linked to from related content pages• Repeat...• reader.google.com• feedmyinbox.com, rssfwd.com + many others
  • Posting A/V Content• Slideshare.net• Podcasting - Audio• YouTube - VideoGreat resources:• http://www.wyomingextension.org/wiki/• http://learn.extension.org
  • Online CoursesModule Object Oriented Dynamic Learning EnvironmentCourse Management System (CMS)Virtual Learning Environment (VLE)Free web application provided by eXtension
  • Types of Moodle courses• Self Directed• Instructor Facilitated• Blended/Hybrid• Fee or Free• Certificates