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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