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Some thoughts about what Learning 2.0 is, and some practical examples.

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    • Learning 2.0 – a Rough Guide Miles Metcalfe, 2009-07-07
    • Web 2.0 and why people use it • What is “web 2.0”? • An empty marketing term? • Some key features: • On-line application • In a browser • Social
    • What’s your Web 2.0?
    • It’s the social that matters • “Social” software is part of the business model • Viral marketing • “Social” is free on network systems • “Social” is part of the appeal • It’s good to talk
    • We are social animals
    • Some things you can do • Stay in touch with friends • Facebook • Run a small business • Google Apps • Build an online community • Ning
    • Some new stuff • Publish yourself • Asynchronous radio • Wordpress • Podcasting • Share your thoughts • Instant notifications • Twitter, Posterous • Twitter, Identi.ca • Share media • “Life-streaming” • Flickr, YouTube • Ping.fm, Friendfeed
    • Learners are doing it • Friends on Facebook • Following on Twitter • Videos on YouTube • Music where they can find it for free!
    • Block and ban?
    • Learners are doing it for themselves? Our-space, your-space, and the Holy Grail
    • Learning 2.0 • Digital literacy • For teachers as well as students • It’s not just about “cool tools” • A pedagogy that recognises web 2.0 • And repurposes web 2.0 for education
    • Tools: the social stack Re-syndicated to the individual, organised Personal tools to suit own preferences Interest integrated into knowledge Group collaboration through working together Blogging and commenting: attention Personal networks becomes interest Social signals Store, share, tag and classify RSS feeds, searches, sites of interest, Feeds and flows people of interest After Headshift
    • Pedagogy of participation • Recognising new competencies • What is plagiarism anyway? • Negotiating the private and the public • Participation, contribution, esteem and reputation
    • Learning spaces • User-owned technology • Not computer barns • Wireless networks? • Electricity – certainly! • Flexible spaces
    • Not everyone has a computer… • But just about everyone has a phone • How much do you save if you don’t build computer labs? • Not everyone wants to go online
    • The science bit • “Higher Education in a Web 2.0 World” • Use of Web 2.0 high and pervasive from 11 to 15 upwards • New sense of communities of interest and networks • Information literacies represent deficit area • Social software for teaching not obvious
    • Over for the VLE?
    • Over for classrooms?
    • Joining the dots • RSS feeds • Magic tags • Life-streaming • Widgets • Yahoo! Pipes
    • Cool tools
    • Collaborative video Tricky http://www.kaltura.com/
    • Social Bookmarking Easy! http://www.delicious.com/
    • Social network Some Effort http://www.ning.com/
    • Microblogging Some Effort http://identi.ca/
    • Instant podcasting Tricky http://audioboo.fm/
    • Multimedia blogging Easy! http://www.posterous.com/
    • Learners are doing it
    • Supporting innovation • Interoperation – RSS, APIs • Privacy and ownership – Data portability • Describing stuff – metadata, tagging, magic tags • Authenticity – authentication, OpenID, profiles • The policy environment
    • Risks • Digital divide • Digital literacy • The “right” service provider • Foundations in the sand
    • Thanks!