Using the Power of Twitter: Building Online Learning

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  • 1. Using the Power of Twitter: Building Online Learning Lisa Thumann, Sr. Specialist in Technology Education CMSCE, Rutgers University http://thumannresources.com http://www.twitter.com/lthumann
  • 2.  
    • What? What is an Online Learning Community?
    • So What? Why are they helpful?  Why do I care?
    • Now What? What can you do to build your OLC?
  • 3. What?
  • 4.  
  • 5. ” No one knows everything, everyone knows something, all knowledge resides in humanity. ” Lévy 1997
  • 6. Two Networking Tools for Building Online Learning Communities :
  • 7.  
  • 8.  
  • 9. So What?
  • 10. Follow Someone From Today
  • 11. They Tweet Out Their Blog Post Next Week
  • 12. Their Post Refers To...
  • 13. A Video on YouTube
  • 14. Research on 21st Century Learning Skills
  • 15. Another Blog You Are Interested in Reading
  • 16. You Read That Person's Blog and Start Following Them on Twitter
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  • 17. A Few Days Later That Person Tweets out a Link to...
  • 18. Now What?
  • 19. The positive spiral of social networks tschaut ’ s photos Contribution Reciprocity Accumulation Value
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  • 21.  
  • 22. To Do:
      • 1. Sign up for Classroom 2.0 and/or Twitter
      • 2. Fill out your 3 cards as best you can.
      • 3. Find one person you don't know - introduce yourself and exchange cards.
      • 4. Repeat #3 two more times.
      • 5. Continue the conversation.
    Here’s what to do: