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Using Web2.0 in Teaching
Using Web2.0 in Teaching
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Using Web2.0 in Teaching
Using Web2.0 in Teaching
Using Web2.0 in Teaching
Using Web2.0 in Teaching
Using Web2.0 in Teaching
Using Web2.0 in Teaching
Using Web2.0 in Teaching
Using Web2.0 in Teaching
Using Web2.0 in Teaching
Using Web2.0 in Teaching
Using Web2.0 in Teaching
Using Web2.0 in Teaching
Using Web2.0 in Teaching
Using Web2.0 in Teaching
Using Web2.0 in Teaching
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LSE Teaching & Learning workshop, January 2008, presented by Jane & Matt from the Centre for Learning Technology

LSE Teaching & Learning workshop, January 2008, presented by Jane & Matt from the Centre for Learning Technology

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    • 1. Using Web 2.0 in Teaching Matt Lingard & Jane Secker Centre for Learning Technology
    • 2. http://www.flickr.com/photos/stabilo-boss/93136022/
    • 3. What are they? Potential Uses for Teaching
    • 4. What are blogs?
      • Journal-style personal websites with comments from visitors
      • Easy-to-update » easy to publish
      • Web 2.0 / social software
    • 5. Blog Characteristics
      • Messages or posts
      • Journal format / reverse chronology
      • Use of categories (tags)
      • Comment ing open to readers
      • Use of links
      • RSS Feeds >>
      • Single or multiple author
      • Personal / Corporate / Institutional
    • 6. Blogs and learning
      • Blogs develop thinking & writing skills
      • Blogs are good for reflection
      • Blogs are good for sharing resources
      • Blogs allow progress & development to be tracked over time
      • Blogs are usually one author, with comments from others so allow discussion
    • 7. Blogs at LSE
      • If you wish to set up your own blog
      • CLT Hosted blogs for teaching purposes
      • External providers
        • WordPress
        • Blogger
    • 8. Example Blogs
      • http://www.intute.ac.uk/socialsciences/blog/ Intute Social Sciences Blog. Includes details of new resources in the social sciences which may be useful for your teaching
      • http:// blog.aluxtel.com / Aluxtel - IS471 Boot Camp. Blog used as part of a Group Project by students
      • http:// augmentation.blogspot.com / A blog maintained by two lecturers in the Department of Government and Politics at the University of Maryland on the use of ICTs in politics teaching
      • http://elearning.lse.ac.uk/blogs/clt CLT Team Blog – Sharing Resources, conference reports etc
      • http://elearning.lse.ac.uk/blogs/socialsoftware/ LASSIE Project blog – used for reflection, for feedback on a research project
    • 9. The Warwick blogs
      • Social content like Facebook
      • Also academic and course related (and everything in between)
      • Students can post anything (within guidelines and regulations)
      • Can be searched by words, individuals or courses
      • Leeds and Brighton have adopted the same approach should LSE?
    • 10. Wikis - collaboration
    • 11. Wikis in Education
      • Wikipedia models
        • Multi-page, multi-author
        • Collection of Individuals’ pages
      • Group Projects & Reports
      • E-portfolios – collection & reflection
      • Documenting (Research) projects
    • 12. Social Bookmarking
      • Allows you to share: internet favorites, online resources, books and journal articles
      • Tagging to organise resources
      • Numerous tools available:
    • 13.
      • A way to share internet favourites or bookmarks online
      • Accessible from anywhere
      • Tagging facilitates resource discovery and allows customised lists to be built
      • Del.icio.us is very flexible and tags can be put onto web pages
      • Can also build a network
      • Teaching examples from LASSIE project and from Institute of Education
    • 14.
      • A personal reference management tool for storing and sharing your books and journals articles
      • Uses tagging to organise your papers
      • Can be used for resource discovery
      • Can be used to create a reading list for students
      • Doesn’t currently support export to Endnote
      • Free!
    • 15.
      • Developed by Harvard Law School for creating online ‘ playlists ’ or reading lists see my example
      • Can add all sorts of different resources: internet sites, PDFs, books, journal articles
      • Good for resource discovery: uses tagging
      • Free!
    • 16. Media Sharing
      • User-generated content
        • Images, Video, Slides
      • Organise, Share, Find
      • Includes Commenting, Tagging & more
    • 17. Web 2.0 in Moodle
      • Wiki
      • Blogs
      • Web 2.0 elements
        • e.g. Glossary has commenting, keywords (tagging) & ratings
    • 18. Group discussion
      • Identify possible uses for web 2.0 services in your LSE teaching
      • Any reservations?
    • 19. Thank You Centre for Learning Technology http://www.clt.lse.ac.uk Workshop links: http://del.icio.us/LSECLT/workshop.teaching2.0

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