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Using Internet for sharing knowledge

Using Internet for sharing knowledge



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Baltic Sea Reading Conference.
Riga, Letland Summer 2008



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  • Hoe maken we gebruik van internet
  • A lot of tools. Students are in touch and collaborate

Using Internet for sharing knowledge Using Internet for sharing knowledge Presentation Transcript

  • The next step for IDEC From information to conversation
      • Using Internet for Sharing Knowledge
      • Jeroen Clemens
      • [email_address]
  • IDEC Changed
    • until the end 90s: F2F meetings, European Bulletin, start individual email, snail mail
    • end 90: first website. Information on associations, adresses, dates, start group email, less snail mail
    • 2 years ago: new website with more flexibility: CMS, information on associations, proceedings, projects, ....
    • last year: Cluj, presentation on new tools, setup WIKI, no response
  • What do we want?
    • do we want improvement in collaboration and the sharing of knowledge ?
    • why ? give some arguments
    • how? give some ideas
  • Where are we now?
    • Internet changed
    • We have the tools to become a community
    • Do we want to use it?
    • What do we need to make it happen?
  • Internet changed
    • retrieve information
    • one-way direction
    • websites static
    • user a consumer
    • no email, but communicating online (facebook, hyves)
    • people publish journals, photographs, blogs
    • web a two-way street. No high tech- skills needed
    • user is producer and communicator
  • Social software
    • allows to interact and share data with other users.
    • enables collaborative work
    • knowledge creation and storage carried out through collaborative writing
    • we can create actual online communities
  • del.icio.us social bookmarking Web 2.0 Podcasts Google earth
  • Blogs
    • like online journals for a particular person
    • owner will post a message periodically, allowing others to comment
    • blogs allow comments on the entries, thereby creating a discussion forum
    • can become professional conversation
  • Example: Blog
  • WIKI
    • a website that can be quickly and collaboratively created.
    • Teachers use wikis to communicate and collaborate with students.
    • Class wikis include text, pictures, links to other resources and multimedia.
    • Students collaborate their knowledge and learn from each other
    • IDEC could do this too!
  • Social bookmarking
    • post your list of bookmarks or favorites websites for others to search and view them
    • examples: diggo, del.icio.us
    • easy integrated in your browser
  • Social libraries
    • allows visitors to keep track of their collectibles, books, records, and DVDs
    • users share their collections. recommendations can be generated based on user ratings
    • example: LibraryThing
  • What can we do?
    • We set up and use a WIKI http://wikispaces.com
      • With IDEC members
      • With your network / association / colleagues
      • With your students
    • We share blogs on http://www.edublogs.com
      • Ongoing reflection
    • We share bookmarks on http://www.de.lio.us.com
    • We share books on Library Thing: http://www.librarything.com/
  • I cannot do this !!
    • Yes, you can! You are in charge
    • Maybe with a little help from our friends
    • I could be one of those friends
  • Request
    • I would like to set up a few projects with other secondary schools
    • collborating online on topic we can discuss
    • language: English, French, German
    • please contact me.
  • A guide to wikispaces Thank You
    • Thanks for listening. We hope to hear from you soon. Until then.
      • email: [email_address] or [email_address]
      • Skype: jeroencl