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  •  
    • Rationale
    • Approach
    • Aims
    • Participants
    • Methodology
    • Monitoring and evaluation
    • Feedback and support for students
    • Risk analysis and mitigating liability
    • Overview
    • Pilot projects
    • http://educationinnovators.ning.com
    • Rationale
    • Bureaucratic: ANU expectations, flexi ble delivery, college-level support
    • Educational: Web 2.0 promotes constructivist and connectivist approaches
    • Approach: Web 2.0
    • Participation
    • Collaboration
    • Interactivity
    • Communication
    • Community-building
    • Sharing
    • Networking
    • Creativity
  • yay.
    • Systems vs tools
    • LMSs: clunky, old, trauma, teacher-centred, limiting, inflexible, boring, restricting, transmission, Reject Shop, watered-down, frustrating, accounting
    • Web 2.0 tools: creative, collaborative, flexible, education-centred, powerful, engaging, active, community, easy
  • Stephen Downes. “Places to Go. Connectivism and connective knowledge.” http ://innovateonline.info/index.php?view=article&id=668&action=article
    • Aims
    • Develop pedagogically sound and sustainable models for the use of various Web 2.0 tools in education that can be shared amongst teachers
    • Identify and mitigate against any potential risks associated with the use of externally hosted web services in higher education
    • Identify the amount and degree of teacher support required to implement such course innovations
    • Develop and sustain a support network for participating lecturers
    • Collect and analyse data relating to student attitudes towards and experiences of the use of Web 2.0 tools in their class
    • Methodology
    • Pilot projects
    • Training/PD of teachers
    • Models for use in class
    • Mitigating liability
    • Briefing students
    • Sharing, networking, discovering
    • Assessment: rubrics and instructions
    • Academic skills
    • Monitoring and evaluation
    • EI@ANU network
    • Six points of evaluation:
      • pre-,
      • Week 7
      • Week 10
      • Week 13
      • Mini-symposium (9 June)
      • Focus groups
    • Feedback and support for students
    • Mostly positive feedback so far
    • Main concerns: lack of assignment info, rubrics
    • Student workshops
    • Risks
    • Legal challenges (Privacy, Disability)
    • Work for assessment is lost (backups)
    • Service disappears
    • Copyright, IP
    • Marketing, spam, monitoring
    • Mitigating liability: briefing students
    • External provider
    • Offensive material
    • Information provided
    • Copyright, IP, privacy
    • Monitoring, marketing emails
    • Responsibility for work
    • In-class practicalities
    • Bandwidth quotas
    • Backups
    • Student identification and usernames
    • Cross-platform usability
    • Due date cut-offs
  • http://web2survivalguide.wordpress.com