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Research in the Digital Age
          Lisa Sjogren
http://www.flickr.com/photos/will-lion/2595497078/
Online Journalling
Microblogging (Twitter)

• Effective for short entries
• Track Assignment
• Short, free-writing activities
• Quick website...
Google Reader

• Able to track multiple blogs in one single
  source.
• Sort into feeds, mark read/unread.
• Suggested: Bl...
Using http://bit.ly


• Shortens websites- either custom or
  provided.
• Create an account to track and collect data
  ab...
Twitter 411
• # is a hash tag- make a mention of subject,
  such as #c4model
• @ is a reply/mention, @lisasjogren would
  ...
Activity

• Create a Twitter Account (twitter.com)
• Answer the following questions:
 • What are your interests?
 • What d...
Online Concept Mapping
Gliffy


• http://www.gliffy.com
• Online concept mapping software.
• Free for up to five (5) concept maps.
Webspiration

• http://www.mywebspiration.com/
• In Public Beta
• Can create and share with multiple users.
• Switches fro...
bubbl.us


• http://bubbl.us
• Online concept mapping tool.
• Able to collaborate/share with other users.
Scriblink


• http://www.scriblink.com
• Online Whiteboard
• Able to provide link, email, or save work.
wallwisher

• http://www.wallwisher.com/
• Online Notice Board Creator
• Sign up and create own board
• Able to embed board
Activity

• Try Webspiration, Gliffy, or bubbl.us
• Try Scriblink or Wall Wisher
• Tweet your feelings about these two ite...
Creating Citations Online
BibMe

• http://www.bibme.org
• Automatic bibliography generator.
• Add books through searching amazon.com
  database, web...
Bibomatic

• http://www.bibomatic.com
• Allows you to enter in 10 digit
  ISBN number to generate MLA,
  APA, or Chicago s...
Son of a Citation


• http://www.citationmachine.net
• Helps students create proper citations.
• No account is required.
Zotero


• http://www.zotero.org
 • Firefox add-on.
 • collect, manage, cite and share your
    research sources.
Activity
• Compare two citation tools.
 • What did you like about them?
 • How could you use them in your
    teaching?
 •...
Note Taking Online
record meaningful facts and ideas

   reduce to main ideas and summaries

recite the most important terms, concepts,
     ...
Highlighting Tools

• The Awesome Highlighter
  (http://www.awesomehighlighter.com)
• Allows you to highlight webpages and...
Online Word Processing Tools


• Able to be accessed anywhere.
• Share ideas with small collaborative groups
• Publish on ...
Tools for Note Taking


• Evernote (http://www.evernote.com)
 • Desktop and Mobile Integration
 • Capture and upload virtu...
More Tools for Note Taking

• Springnote (http://www.springnote.com)
 • Create a wiki-based notebook, for individual
    o...
Activity


• Sign up for Spring Note and Evernote
• Compare the two products.
• Tweet about these two products using the
 ...
Social Bookmarking Tools


• Diigo, allows you to:
 • tag
 • annotate
 • organize
Activity

• Visit http://www.diigo.com
• Click ‘Join Diigo’
• Fill out necessary information or connect
  account to your ...
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    1. 1. Research in the Digital Age Lisa Sjogren
    2. 2. http://www.flickr.com/photos/will-lion/2595497078/
    3. 3. Online Journalling
    4. 4. Microblogging (Twitter) • Effective for short entries • Track Assignment • Short, free-writing activities • Quick website sharing • Hash tags for questions
    5. 5. Google Reader • Able to track multiple blogs in one single source. • Sort into feeds, mark read/unread. • Suggested: Blog About It!
    6. 6. Using http://bit.ly • Shortens websites- either custom or provided. • Create an account to track and collect data about usage.
    7. 7. Twitter 411 • # is a hash tag- make a mention of subject, such as #c4model • @ is a reply/mention, @lisasjogren would mention me and would be visible by you, me, and our mutual followers. • D is a direct message, only visible by recipient. • RT is a re-tweet, similar to email forwarding.
    8. 8. Activity • Create a Twitter Account (twitter.com) • Answer the following questions: • What are your interests? • What do you find difficult in evaluating websites? • Share a website through using http://bit.ly
    9. 9. Online Concept Mapping
    10. 10. Gliffy • http://www.gliffy.com • Online concept mapping software. • Free for up to five (5) concept maps.
    11. 11. Webspiration • http://www.mywebspiration.com/ • In Public Beta • Can create and share with multiple users. • Switches from visual diagram to outlines. • Part of the Inspiration Software Company
    12. 12. bubbl.us • http://bubbl.us • Online concept mapping tool. • Able to collaborate/share with other users.
    13. 13. Scriblink • http://www.scriblink.com • Online Whiteboard • Able to provide link, email, or save work.
    14. 14. wallwisher • http://www.wallwisher.com/ • Online Notice Board Creator • Sign up and create own board • Able to embed board
    15. 15. Activity • Try Webspiration, Gliffy, or bubbl.us • Try Scriblink or Wall Wisher • Tweet your feelings about these two items use the hash tag #c4pR3E
    16. 16. Creating Citations Online
    17. 17. BibMe • http://www.bibme.org • Automatic bibliography generator. • Add books through searching amazon.com database, websites by pasting URL.
    18. 18. Bibomatic • http://www.bibomatic.com • Allows you to enter in 10 digit ISBN number to generate MLA, APA, or Chicago style citation. • Must copy and paste, does not save as no account is required.
    19. 19. Son of a Citation • http://www.citationmachine.net • Helps students create proper citations. • No account is required.
    20. 20. Zotero • http://www.zotero.org • Firefox add-on. • collect, manage, cite and share your research sources.
    21. 21. Activity • Compare two citation tools. • What did you like about them? • How could you use them in your teaching? • Which one would your students benefit most from? • Use the hashtag: #c4pR3F
    22. 22. Note Taking Online
    23. 23. record meaningful facts and ideas reduce to main ideas and summaries recite the most important terms, concepts, ideas, and conclusions reflect on personal opinion and perspective review
    24. 24. Highlighting Tools • The Awesome Highlighter (http://www.awesomehighlighter.com) • Allows you to highlight webpages and add notes to a web page. • Share the highlighting/annotations through a shorten web link.
    25. 25. Online Word Processing Tools • Able to be accessed anywhere. • Share ideas with small collaborative groups • Publish on the web as a webpage. • Suggested: Osseo Apps Series
    26. 26. Tools for Note Taking • Evernote (http://www.evernote.com) • Desktop and Mobile Integration • Capture and upload virtually anything. • Organized and searchable
    27. 27. More Tools for Note Taking • Springnote (http://www.springnote.com) • Create a wiki-based notebook, for individual or group. • Searchable • Variety of editing tools.
    28. 28. Activity • Sign up for Spring Note and Evernote • Compare the two products. • Tweet about these two products using the hashtag #c4pR3D
    29. 29. Social Bookmarking Tools • Diigo, allows you to: • tag • annotate • organize
    30. 30. Activity • Visit http://www.diigo.com • Click ‘Join Diigo’ • Fill out necessary information or connect account to your Google/Facebook • Install Diigolet • Add/Annotate/Highlight different sources and websites.

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