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Approaching Integration
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Approaching Integration

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Influenced by Headshift's social stack, a presentation on how you might integrate social software into elearning.

Influenced by Headshift's social stack, a presentation on how you might integrate social software into elearning.

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  • 1. Approaching Integration Miles Metcalfe
  • 2. User-owned/User-used • Users own technology • Users use technology • Mobile phone • Facebook • Personal computer • Blogger • Music player • iTunes Music Store • PDA... how many • Amazon students do you see with one of those? • E-Bay
  • 3. • Personalisation • Preferences • Choice • Investment of time • Better equipment • Better tools
  • 4. Learning spaces • Laptop-friendly - plenty of power sockets • Network access is a given • Don’t be a mobile phone nazi • Leverage the technology • Involve learners in learning space design
  • 5. Play well with others • Shibboleth? • Or OpenID? • IMS-Enterprise • Or Microformats?
  • 6. Data-portability • http://dataportability.org/ • We are not alone • There is common ground between institutions and the extra-institutional web • Invent nothing
  • 7. The VLE is not a silo • Expose institutional systems through standards-based conduits • Provide semantic sugar — microformats, RDFa • Syndicate what is useful
  • 8. Build the scaffolding • Don’t start by banning Google and Wikipedia • Find ways to engage user-owned technology: • Back-channels • Mobile phone voting
  • 9. Easily confused • TheirSpace • The technology is powerful, its application is infantile • Your Tools • Learners may not have heard of a desktop RSS aggregator
  • 10. A “social stack” Personal Tools Organise your quot;stuffquot; - by tags, in a personal portal, with desktop tools (example: a desktop blog editor, an RSS reader, an iCal client). A personal learning environment. Group Collaboration Knowledge: groups/teams integrate knowledge in wikis and similar group systems. Blogs and Networks Some items shared within a personal network and discussed. Attention becomes interest. Social Signals Attention: store, share, tag and classify items of interest, links, resources. Feeds and Flows Internal and external RSS feeds - persisted searches, sites of interest, people of interest, from a VLE. The Headshift Social Stack After a model developed by http://www.headshift.com/
  • 11. Some benefits • Extra-institutional resources • Extra-institutional communities of practice • Competencies recognised

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