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Slides used during our Lilly East presentation called "Googles, Tweets, and Pods: Social Media and the Millennial Learning". Chris Penna, Dawn Fallik, Mathieu Plourde. http://tinyurl.com/LillyEast09

Slides used during our Lilly East presentation called "Googles, Tweets, and Pods: Social Media and the Millennial Learning". Chris Penna, Dawn Fallik, Mathieu Plourde. http://tinyurl.com/LillyEast09

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  • 1. Googles, Tweets, and Pods: Social Media and the Millennial Learning Lilly East Conference – 4-17-2009 Chris Penna and Dawn Fallik, Department of English Mathieu Plourde, IT-User Services
  • 2. Presentation Plan 1. Introduction 2. Setting up a Back Channel on Twitter 3. Easy Podcasting with Gcast and Yodio 4. Using Google Docs for Collaborative Writing 5. Hands-on Sessions 6. Bringing it All Back Together 2 4/17/2009 Googles, Tweets, and Pods - Lilly East 2009
  • 3. WARNING! We will bombard you with more information than you can handle, so most of our content is available online http://tinyurl.com/LillyEast09 Attribution: Army.mil on Flickr.com 3 4/17/2009 Googles, Tweets, and Pods - Lilly East 2009
  • 4. 2. Setting up a Back Channel on Twitter Use the #lillyeast09 hashtag 4 4/17/2009 Googles, Tweets, and Pods - Lilly East 2009
  • 5. 3. Easy Podcasting with Gcast and Yodio 5 4/17/2009 Googles, Tweets, and Pods - Lilly East 2009
  • 6. 6 Googles, Tweets, and Pods - Lilly East 2009
  • 7. Relative Complexity Diagram (Estimated) 7 4/17/2009 Googles, Tweets, and Pods - Lilly East 2009
  • 8. 4. Using Google Docs for Collaborative Writing 8 4/17/2009 Googles, Tweets, and Pods - Lilly East 2009
  • 9. 5. Hands-on Sessions • We will split the participants in three groups. • Each group will try one technology for roughly 10 minutes. • Groups will rotate. 9 4/17/2009 Googles, Tweets, and Pods - Lilly East 2009
  • 10. 6. Bringing it All Back Together • Now that we have created all these loosely joint bits and pieces of information, it’s time to organize them by… Embedding • Aggregating • Tagging • Linking • 10 4/17/2009 Googles, Tweets, and Pods - Lilly East 2009
  • 11. Different Aggregating Strategies Google Doc • Wiki • Start Page • Blog • Web Page • … and Many • More! 11 4/17/2009 Googles, Tweets, and Pods - Lilly East 2009
  • 12. Using an LMS as an Aggregator 12 4/17/2009 Googles, Tweets, and Pods - Lilly East 2009
  • 13. Purpose of Web 2.0 Tools © Gene Smith: http://nform.ca/publications/social-software-building-block 13 4/17/2009 Googles, Tweets, and Pods - Lilly East 2009
  • 14. The Network Effect Affects Your Toolbox Source: Compete, January 2009. http://blog.compete.com/2009/02/09/facebook-myspace-twitter-social-network/ 14 4/17/2009 Googles, Tweets, and Pods - Lilly East 2009
  • 15. Copyright Issues • Make sure you comply with: • FERPA • Institutional policies • Copyright Image Credit: http://creativecommons.org/about/ 15 4/17/2009 Googles, Tweets, and Pods - Lilly East 2009
  • 16. Thank You! • Chris Penna - penna@udel.edu • Dawn Fallik - dfallik@udel.edu • Mathieu Plourde - mathieu@udel.edu 16 4/17/2009 Googles, Tweets, and Pods - Lilly East 2009