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From Little Things Big Things Grow
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Kerry and Helen will discuss what works in online networks and comminities and what doesnt and also tips and tricks for encouraging participation in online networks and communities.

Kerry and Helen will discuss what works in online networks and comminities and what doesnt and also tips and tricks for encouraging participation in online networks and communities.

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  • 1. From Little Things Big Things Grow Canberra Institute of Technology The session will begin at 3.15 pm. While you are waiting, in the direct messaging area tell us your full name and where you are from. Kerry Trabinger Helen Lynch > Developing a skilled community
  • 2. The CITFLN Network Canberra Institute of Technology - History - Why the Network? - Who are our members ? > Developing a skilled community
  • 3. How to grow a Network Canberra Institute of Technology - How to Grow a network > Developing a skilled community
  • 4. Wikis Canberra Institute of Technology > Developing a skilled community
  • 5. Your Hints on How to Encourage Participation Canberra Institute of Technology > Developing a skilled community
  • 6. Canberra Institute of Technology > Developing a skilled community
  • 7. The Online Facilitation International Collaboration Group Canberra Institute (OFI) of Technology - History - Why the Network? - Who are our members (YOU!) > Developing a skilled community
  • 8. Wikis Canberra Institute of Technology - Screen shots > Developing a skilled community
  • 9. How to grow a Network Canberra Institute of Technology - How to Grow a network > Developing a skilled community
  • 10. The Online Facilitation International Collaboration Group (OFI) Canberra Institute of Technology From a little Group we hope a BIG group will grow! Future activities include: - Live Guest presentations - Monthly topics Come and join the OFI group today – it will only take a few minutes. Go to http://www.groups.edna.edu.au/course/view.php?id=2066 Click on the Register link on the top right hand side of the home page and follow the prompts. If you have any problems please email Kerry at kerry.trabinger@cit.act.edu.au and Helen at helen.lynch@cit.act.edu.au > Developing a skilled community
  • 11. From Little Things Big Things Grow Canberra Institute of Technology Images from: http://www.soc.org/opcam/07_fw9596/mg07_saltman-a.html > Developing a skilled community
  • 12. What Works/What Doesn’t Canberra Institute of Technology What works What doesn’t - Monthly themes - Beginning of year and end of year very slow - Guest speakers - Engaging Newbies and - Live Elluminate sessions Lurkers - Prizes - Dominant members - Marketing > Developing a skilled community
  • 13. Tips and Tricks for Getting them in and Keeping them Talking Canberra Institute of Technology - Marketing - Look and Feel - WI4Me - Building Trust - Training is critical for students - The Facilitators role is vital - Evaluation and Adapting > Developing a skilled community
  • 14. Your Hints on How to Encourage Participation Canberra Institute of Technology > Developing a skilled community
  • 15. Hosting a Dinner Party Canberra Institute of Technology 1/ guests must have a reason for coming to the dinner party 2/ as a host you would make sure guests were given the correct how to find address and simple, easy to follow directions on the house 3/ you would clean your house and make it look inviting ie. nice tablecloth, maybe candles, plump up the cushions etc. 4/ you would not just sit and look at each other but rather engage in topical conversation perhaps about the results of the last Olympics or common interests for example your children or work. 5/ you might play cards/games > Developing a skilled community
  • 16. Hosting a Community/Network Canberra Institute of Technology 1/ participants must have a reason for accessing the site (WI4me) 2/ participants must know how to access the community and have the correct address and technology instructions (training) 3/ the site must be easy to follow and navigate and look appealing and inviting 4/ the facilitator needs to monitor the conversation in the discussion forums and encourage lively dialogue. 5/ participants could have access to online games and/or prizes > Developing a skilled community
  • 17. Questions Canberra Institute of Technology > Developing a skilled community
  • 18. Contact Details and OFI Address Canberra Institute of Technology • Kerry Trabinger kerry.trabinger@cit.act.edu.au • Helen Lynch Helen.lynch@cit.act.edu.au Online Facilitation International Collaboration Group (OFI) http://www.groups.edna.edu.au/course/view.php?id=2066 > Developing a skilled community

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