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Centre for Online Learning ExcellenceSocial Media and eLearning:New challenges for online learning facilitation           ...
Plenary WorkTime        Plenary session             Discussion3:30-4:20   Understand the impact of    Synchronous and Asyn...
What is social media?    Source: Terry Anderson and Jon Dron presentation from Networked Learning 2012
Why do people use social media?
Global Students What it means to be a global student?• Think outside the box – creative and innovative skills• Think acros...
Asynchronous communicationAnytime, anywhere, any device – different times                    • Open-ended review and discu...
Synchronous communicationAnytime, anywhere, any device – same time   Webinars        • Skype for audio and video conferenc...
Learning technology = Connected learning    Source: Terry Anderson and Jon Dron presentation from Networked Learning 2012
Education
WikiWhat is a Wiki?• A wiki is a collaborative web site that collects and  organizes content, created and revised by its u...
Wiki functions
WikiUses of a wiki•   Frequently Asked Questions•   Knowledge base for a specific topic•   Find group solutions to a probl...
Wiki examples
Wiki: Terry the Tennisball
EdublogsEdublogs archive and support student and teacherlearning    •facilitating reflection    •questioning by self and o...
BloggingUses of blogs• Share materials, news, downloads, links• Facilitate online discussions and collaboration• Replace y...
Blog example: Visual Arts
TwitterUses• Brainstorming• Publicity for important events, blog posts, websites, podcasts,  videos, live meetings/discuss...
Digital revolution
Some more ideas Talkshoe
iTunes U
Personalised Learning Networks
Network
Case study
Case study
Connect
Let your voice be heard
Teamwork
Speed Geeking
EvaluationThanks for your attendance and participationin this workshop.
Webinar social media and e learning Sept 2012
Webinar social media and e learning Sept 2012
Webinar social media and e learning Sept 2012
Webinar social media and e learning Sept 2012
Webinar social media and e learning Sept 2012
Webinar social media and e learning Sept 2012
Webinar social media and e learning Sept 2012
Webinar social media and e learning Sept 2012
Webinar social media and e learning Sept 2012
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  • What is of interest to Education not so much the platforms but WHY they are famous. Students need to be stimulated for idea generation, networking, building relationships, discussions, groups, more in-depth knowledge
  • RMIT – Drugs and Sport example
  • http://votw.wikispaces.com/
  • http://www.incomediary.com/30-great-examples-blog-post-styling
  • From 36 Ways to use Twitter in the Classroom
  • Example The Voice and X Factor backchannel
  • http://learni.st/learnings/39158-apple-itunes-u-learn-anything-anywhere-anytime
  • Integration is key
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=55R8VSmuJLg
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    1. 1. Centre for Online Learning ExcellenceSocial Media and eLearning:New challenges for online learning facilitation Mandi Axmann Learning Design and Academic Development
    2. 2. Plenary WorkTime Plenary session Discussion3:30-4:20 Understand the impact of Synchronous and Asynchronous social media on eLearning discussions •Implement and facilitate wikis as effective learning activity •Implement and facilitate blogs as effective learning activity •Implement and facilitate twitter as effective learning activity4:20-5:00 Challenges for online Question and Answer time facilitation
    3. 3. What is social media? Source: Terry Anderson and Jon Dron presentation from Networked Learning 2012
    4. 4. Why do people use social media?
    5. 5. Global Students What it means to be a global student?• Think outside the box – creative and innovative skills• Think across disciplines – design, technology, mathematics, art• Smart about new sources of information• Good people skills (Emotional intelligence)• Work in large teams and across various cultures
    6. 6. Asynchronous communicationAnytime, anywhere, any device – different times • Open-ended review and discussionDiscussion forums • Short papers and presentations • Reflective writing Blogs • Critical writing • Instant feedback on progress Quizzes • Self/peer assessment • Co-produce a piece of work Wikis • Teams and small groups • Submission of reports and essays eSubmissions • Exam papers • Collect and archive work ePortfolios • Measure and track student performance
    7. 7. Synchronous communicationAnytime, anywhere, any device – same time Webinars • Skype for audio and video conferencing • Presentation, discussion and collaboration • Messenger or Google Apps for instant messaging and file transfer Chat • Discussion and collaboration of group projects Video • Camtasia for on-screen demonstrations • Live video streaming streaming
    8. 8. Learning technology = Connected learning Source: Terry Anderson and Jon Dron presentation from Networked Learning 2012
    9. 9. Education
    10. 10. WikiWhat is a Wiki?• A wiki is a collaborative web site that collects and organizes content, created and revised by its users. – The most well-known example is Wikipedia.
    11. 11. Wiki functions
    12. 12. WikiUses of a wiki• Frequently Asked Questions• Knowledge base for a specific topic• Find group solutions to a problem• Develop standards or guidelines• Database of experiences with relevant stories• Gather requirements for a new product or design
    13. 13. Wiki examples
    14. 14. Wiki: Terry the Tennisball
    15. 15. EdublogsEdublogs archive and support student and teacherlearning •facilitating reflection •questioning by self and others •collaboration •providing contexts for engaging in higher-order thinking.
    16. 16. BloggingUses of blogs• Share materials, news, downloads, links• Facilitate online discussions and collaboration• Replace your newsletter - create a class publication that students can easily publish• Get your students blogging so that they can share their work and thoughts• Integrate videos, podcasts, and other media• Create blogs for student groups, events, teams• Get feedback or gather information (opinion polls)
    17. 17. Blog example: Visual Arts
    18. 18. TwitterUses• Brainstorming• Publicity for important events, blog posts, websites, podcasts, videos, live meetings/discussions, etc.• Twitter can serve as your support group when struggling with a difficult task.• Twitter provides a way to virtually attend confererences, workshops, conventions, etc. (via #hashtags).• Back channel during lecture (using event specfic hashtags ie. #newtonfirstlaw) -- students can go back to Twitter to review, reflect, study key points shared• Back channel during videos/slideshows• Back channel during student presentations
    19. 19. Digital revolution
    20. 20. Some more ideas Talkshoe
    21. 21. iTunes U
    22. 22. Personalised Learning Networks
    23. 23. Network
    24. 24. Case study
    25. 25. Case study
    26. 26. Connect
    27. 27. Let your voice be heard
    28. 28. Teamwork
    29. 29. Speed Geeking
    30. 30. EvaluationThanks for your attendance and participationin this workshop.
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