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Using Web 2.0 tools for collaboration outside of the classroom

Using Web 2.0 tools for collaboration outside of the classroom

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    • Teaching with Technology
      Collaboration Beyond the Classroom
    • “FB poke me when you get this tweet, I’ll google doc the update for the wiki based on the prof’s latest blog post.”
    • Why Collaboration?
      Enhance critical thinking skills
      Foster teamwork
      Prepare for the virtual workplace
      Expand learning beyond the classroom
    • Web 2.0
      Differentiates between static WWW pages and interactive social media
      Share, reuse and repurpose information
      Example
      I looked for other presentations on SlideShare to get ideas for organizing this one
    • Web 2.0
      Blogs and microblogs
      Wikis
      Video and photo sharing
      Document sharing
      Social bookmarking
      Social networks
    • Blogs
      Owner posts information or opinions and updates it regularly
      Readers can comment on posts
      Can include text, images, and videos.
      Sites
      http://www.blogger.com
      http:///www.wordpress.com
      http://www.livejournal.com
    • Microblogs
      Blogs in 140 characters or less
      Posts broadcasted to followers
      Followers can reply or repost
      Available via web or cell phone apps
      Sites
      http://www.twitter.com
      http://www.tumblr.com
      http://www.plurk.com
    • Blogs
      Microblogs
      Pull technology
      Longer, in-depth posts
      Organized
      Desktop
      Push technology
      Short, quick posts
      Streamed
      Mobile
    • RSS Feeds
      Change blogs to push technology
      Aggregator compiles posts from blogs to which you subscribe
      Send to website
      http://www.bloglines.com
      http://www.google.com/reader
      Send to desktop with RSS reader software
    • RSS Feeds
      Take blogs mobile
      RSS Feed apps available on cell phones
    • Blogging in the Classroom
      Use your own blog to send information to students
      Have individual students create blogs for long, application level assignments
      FYE: How Will I Use What I Learn
      Astronomy: Astronomy in the News
      Use RSS feed to subscribe to multiple blogs
    • Microblogging in the Classroom
      Homework help line
      Changes to course schedule, assignments
      Students summarize reading in single tweet
      Delayed questions
      Follow an expert
    • Wikis
      Web page the multiple authors create and edit dynamically
      Wikipedia
      Sites
      http://www.wikispaces.com
      http://sites.google.com
      http://www.pbworks.com
    • Wikis in the Classroom
      Assign a group of students to create a wiki on a given topic
      SOC 110: Diversity issue area
      PHY 111: Astronomical objects
      Give specific content assignments on a regular basis
      Track contributions of individual students
    • Video, Photo and Document Sharing
      Can be public or private
      Anyone can access public items
      Only those to whom you give URL can access private
      Usually one way, not collaborative
      Upload file for others to use
      Can view but not edit
    • Video Sharing
      Create video files
      Simple videos from cell phone
      Edited videos from camera
      Narrated presentations
      Screen captures
      Convert file to type to be shared
    • Video Sharing
      Conversion site
      http://zamzar.com
      Sharing sites
      http://www.youtube.com
      http://www.schooltube.com
      http://www.teachertube.com
    • Photo Sharing
      Any static digital image
      May be edited online
      Sites
      http://www.flickr.com
      http://www.photobucket.com
      http://www.snapbucket.com
    • Video/Photo Sharing in the Classroom
      ECO 152: Economics concepts video
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q7bURZfa6kQ
      Astronomy Picture of the Day
    • Document Sharing
      Allow for collaboration
      One user creates and upload file
      Another can edit or use
      May be public or private
      Sites
      http://docs.google.com
      http://www.keepandshare.com
      http://www.mediafire.com
    • Document Sharing in the Classroom
      Group research paper
      Group presentation
      Peer review for writing
    • Specialized File Sharing
      http://www.slideshare.com
      Share PowerPoint presentations
      View only
      Make available for download
    • Social Bookmarking
      Organize and share web bookmarks
      Not sharing content, just a link to it
      Tag bookmarks to organize them
      May be able to organize into folders
      Sites
      http://www.digg.com
      http://www.delicious.com
      http://www.reddit.com
    • Social Bookmarking in the Classroom
      Organize informational bookmarks by subject or class
      Organize all Web 2.0 links in one place
      Example:
      http://www.diigo.com/list/eflclassroom/web-20
    • Social Networking
      Groups of people with common interests meeting online to share information
      Status updates
      Location
      Photos
      Videos
    • Social Networking
      http://www.facebook.com
      Keep professional separate from personal
      Different emails for different accounts
      Do not friend each other
      Keep profile private
      Use moderated groups
      Periodically clean out “friends” list
    • Social Networking
      http://www.secondlife.com
      3-D virtual reality world
      Requires software downloaded to your computer
      Conduct virtual classroom
      Use virtual worlds created by others
    • Social Networking
      http://www.linkedin.com
      Business oriented
      Make connections based on work
      Job searching
      Four levels
      Basic – free
      Others have cost
    • Social Networking
      http://www.classroom20.com
      Education oriented
      Designed to share information about classroom uses of Web 2.0 tools
      http://www.educationalnetworking.com/List+of+Networks
      List of other education-oriented social networks
    • Where to go from here
      Join Classroom 2.0 or other network
      Sign up for RSS feed and find 2-3 blogs to follow
      Start a twitter account and follow some people to see how it works.
      Start a social bookmarking site