HOW  WE   LOST       CONT            ROL                   THE WEB 2.0      2012.03.27   UNIVERSITY
#acpaweb2@paulgordonbrown
I WANT TO STUDY  NOT ONLY WHATTHE COMPUTER ISDOING FOR US, BUT WHAT IT IS DOING      TO US.- Sherry Turkle
Premise  1
Universities are       inherentlyMODERNISTinstitutions
Premise  2
web 2.0 is aREV OLUTION
The Ultimate    ?
How do we OPERATE            ?   in thisNEW REALITY
Understandingthe university
VIDEORSA Animate - Changing Education Paradigms www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDZFcDGpL4U
Understanding  web 2.0
Web 1.0STATIC WEBPAGES
here
there
this guyTim O’Reilly               I coined               the term               Web 2.0
The term "Web 2.0" (2004–present) iscommonly associated with webapplications that facilitate interactiveinformation sharin...
WE’VE LOST THE       SHELF       BULLETIN BOARD       BLACKBOARD
WE’VE LOST THE       SHELF       BULLETIN BOARD       BLACKBOARD
Clay Shirky
Yahoo, faced withthe possibility thatthey could organizethings with nophysicalconstraints, addedthe shelf back.
SHELFDO WE OFFER ANYTHING  UNIQUE?
WE’VE LOST THE       SHELF       BULLETIN BOARD       BLACKBOARD
UrieBronfenbrenner
SIGNAL to NOISERATIO
BULLETIN BOARD  DO WECOMMUNICATEOUR MESAGE?
WE’VE LOST THE       SHELF       BULLETIN BOARD       BLACKBOARD
The lurning is up here!
the global     brain
Constructivist Theories         and Connectivism
BLACKBOARD   DO WEENGAGE OUR AUDIENCE?    (NATIVELY)
WE’VE LOST THE       SHELF       BULLETIN BOARD       BLACKBOARD
Why College Is Still Relevant in the Age ofFree Information   by Hansoo Lee   January 06, 20121. The Network2. Direct Prof...
Open Educational Resources and    the Role of the University    by Anka Mulder, Volume 46, Number 5, September/October 201...
WHAT WE                Shelf      Bulletin Board   Blackboard  LOST:   OUR               Content      Certification     Lea...
key works on web 2.0 & student affairs
digitally archived at
How We Lost Control: The Web 2.0 University
How We Lost Control: The Web 2.0 University
How We Lost Control: The Web 2.0 University
How We Lost Control: The Web 2.0 University
How We Lost Control: The Web 2.0 University
How We Lost Control: The Web 2.0 University
How We Lost Control: The Web 2.0 University
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How We Lost Control: The Web 2.0 University

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Originally presented at the 2012 ACPA National Convention, this presentation puts forward an argument that the Web is changing the way we need to approach our work. Suggestions are provided on exactly how we need to think differently.

Brown, P. G. (2012, March). How we lost control: The web 2.0 university. Presentation at the Annual Convention of the American College Personnel Association National Convention, Louisville, KY.

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How We Lost Control: The Web 2.0 University

  1. HOW WE LOST CONT ROL THE WEB 2.0 2012.03.27 UNIVERSITY
  2. #acpaweb2@paulgordonbrown
  3. I WANT TO STUDY NOT ONLY WHATTHE COMPUTER ISDOING FOR US, BUT WHAT IT IS DOING TO US.- Sherry Turkle
  4. Premise 1
  5. Universities are inherentlyMODERNISTinstitutions
  6. Premise 2
  7. web 2.0 is aREV OLUTION
  8. The Ultimate ?
  9. How do we OPERATE ? in thisNEW REALITY
  10. Understandingthe university
  11. VIDEORSA Animate - Changing Education Paradigms www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDZFcDGpL4U
  12. Understanding web 2.0
  13. Web 1.0STATIC WEBPAGES
  14. here
  15. there
  16. this guyTim O’Reilly I coined the term Web 2.0
  17. The term "Web 2.0" (2004–present) iscommonly associated with webapplications that facilitate interactiveinformation sharing, interoperability,user-centered design, and collaborationon the World Wide Web. Examples of Web2.0 include web-based communities,hosted services, web applications,social-networking sites, video-sharingsites, wikis, blogs, mashups, andfolksonomies. A Web 2.0 site allows itsusers to interact with other users or tochange website content, in contrast tonon-interactive websites where users arelimited to the passive viewing ofinformation that is provided to them.
  18. WE’VE LOST THE SHELF BULLETIN BOARD BLACKBOARD
  19. WE’VE LOST THE SHELF BULLETIN BOARD BLACKBOARD
  20. Clay Shirky
  21. Yahoo, faced withthe possibility thatthey could organizethings with nophysicalconstraints, addedthe shelf back.
  22. SHELFDO WE OFFER ANYTHING UNIQUE?
  23. WE’VE LOST THE SHELF BULLETIN BOARD BLACKBOARD
  24. UrieBronfenbrenner
  25. SIGNAL to NOISERATIO
  26. BULLETIN BOARD DO WECOMMUNICATEOUR MESAGE?
  27. WE’VE LOST THE SHELF BULLETIN BOARD BLACKBOARD
  28. The lurning is up here!
  29. the global brain
  30. Constructivist Theories and Connectivism
  31. BLACKBOARD DO WEENGAGE OUR AUDIENCE? (NATIVELY)
  32. WE’VE LOST THE SHELF BULLETIN BOARD BLACKBOARD
  33. Why College Is Still Relevant in the Age ofFree Information by Hansoo Lee January 06, 20121. The Network2. Direct Professional Development3. Personal Development4. Brand
  34. Open Educational Resources and the Role of the University by Anka Mulder, Volume 46, Number 5, September/October 2011The University as a... Content Provider Learning Community Certification Body
  35. WHAT WE Shelf Bulletin Board Blackboard LOST: OUR Content Certification Learning CHANGING Provider Body Community ROLES:WE SHOULD Do we offer Do we Do we engage ASK anything communicate our audience?OURSELVES: unique? our message? Professional/WHAT DO WE Personal Brand The network DO WELL: Development
  36. key works on web 2.0 & student affairs
  37. digitally archived at

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