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Best Practices in Afrikan-centered  Web 2.0 Education, by FROLINAN Scholar Best Practices in Afrikan-centered Web 2.0 Education, by FROLINAN Scholar Presentation Transcript

  • Best Practices in Afrikan-centered Web 2.0 Education THE MANDATE “PRESSURE” (Via Social Networking) By FROLINAN Scholar
  • How to Use the Internet To Learn, Master & Teach NU Afrikan Liberation Best Practices in Afrikan-centered Web 2.0 Education 2
  • Exploring Best Practices in Social Networking Topics Covered: 1) Exploring Best Practices in Social Networking 2) Computer Revolution / Communication / Information age 3) What is Social Networking? 4) The Conversation: The Art of Listening, Learning and Sharing 5) Social Networking Applications 6) Microblogging “tweets” Link to cell phone 7)Twitter, Known as the Swiss Army of Social Media 8) Why Educators/Organizers/Activist/Movements Need Go Social 9) Marketing, recruitment, Monitoring conversations referencing your group 10) Blogging 11) Podcasting 12) Platform for creating your own social network very easy Best Practices in Afrikan-centered Web 2.0 Education 3
  • Exploring Best Practices in Social Networking Best Practices in Afrikan-centered Web 2.0 Education 4
  • Exploring Best Practices in Social Networking (2) Show of Hands: How many people have/use any of these social networks/tools? Best Practices in Afrikan-centered Web 2.0 Education 5
  • The Computer Revolution Communication & Information Technology (CIT) Age Best Practices in Afrikan-centered Web 2.0 Education 6
  • What is Social Networking? The interaction between a group of people who share a common interest Web 2.0 is a concept that takes the network as a platform for information sharing, interoperability, user-centered design, and collaboration on the World Wide Web. A Web 2.0 site allows users to interact and collaborate with each other in a social media dialogue as creators (prosumers) of usergenerated content in a virtual community, in contrast to websites where users (consumers) are limited to the passive viewing of content that was created for them. From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_2.0 Best Practices in Afrikan-centered Web 2.0 Education 7
  • What is Social Networking?(2) Examples of Web 2.0 include social networking sites, blogs, wikis, video sharing sites, hosted services, web applications, mashups and folksonomies /social tagging. What is social media? A category of sites that is based on user participation and user-generated content. Software tools that allow groups to generate content and engage in peer-to-peer conversations and exchange of content.  Multi-Dimensional,  Involve,  Create,  Discuss,  Promote,  Measure Best Practices in Afrikan-centered Web 2.0 Education 8
  • Social Networking Applications These are the 6 that make RBG Communiversity Tick Best Practices in Afrikan-centered Web 2.0 Education 9
  • The Conversation: The Art of Listening, Learning and Sharing RBG-BLAKADEMIXTAPE-VOL 2-NU-AFRIKAN-EDITION Best Practices in Afrikan-centered Web 2.0 Education 10
  • Microblogging “tweets” Best Practices in Afrikan-centered Web 2.0 Education 11
  • Known as the Swiss Army of Social Media Best Practices in Afrikan-centered Web 2.0 Education 12
  • Why Educators/Organizers/Activist / Movements Need Go Social Improve instruction Global collaboration Sharing of resources Discussion Knowledge acquisition Why Schools/Universities Use Twitter Communication, Events, Meetings School closings, Student honors, live scores/Updates Campus, Weather, News/RSS feeds, Emergency information Best Practices in Afrikan-centered Web 2.0 Education 13
  • Publishing, Marketing, Recruitment Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Agency overview Formed 1958 Headquarters Arlington, Virginia Employees 240 Annual budget $3.2 billion Agency executive Dr. Kaigham J. Gabriel[1], Director Parent agency Monitoring Department of Defense Website DARPA.mil Best Practices in Afrikan-centered Web 2.0 Education http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/H istory_of_the_Internet 14
  • Blogs Best Practices in Afrikan-centered Web 2.0 Education 15
  • Blogs(2) Best Practices in Afrikan-centered Web 2.0 Education 16
  • Podcasting Example: BlogTalk Radio A podcast is a type of digital media consisting of an episodic series of audio files subscribed to and downloaded through web syndication or streamed online to a computer or mobile device. The word is a neologism derived from "broadcast" and "pod" from the success of the iPod, as podcasts are often listened to on portable media players. Example: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/rbg4lif RBG4Lif Report | Blog Talk Radio Feed www.blogtalkradio.com/rbg4lif.rss An RSS feed icon, commonly used to indicate the Web feed for a podcast A list of all the audio or video files currently associated with a given series is maintained centrally on the distributor's server as a web feed, and the listener or viewer employs special client application software, known as a podcatcher, that can access this web feed, check it for updates, and download any new files in the series. Best Practices in Afrikan-centered Web 2.0 Education 17
  • “Its Creativity, Imagination, Intellect and Historical Accuracy” Best Practices in Afrikan-centered Web 2.0 Education 18
  • “Its Creativity, Imagination, Intellect and Historical Accuracy” Best Practices in Afrikan-centered Web 2.0 Education 19
  • SUMMARY: Take Home Points Best Practices for Afrikan –centered Educators/ Schools, Organizers, Leaders, Activist: “PUT THA PRESSURE ON EM”          Keep it professional Remember your role within the community Think before you post to the internet Digital footprint Policy Development Why You Should Use Social Media Communication Public Relations Professional Growth Branding Opportunity Best Practices in Afrikan-centered Web 2.0 Education 20
  • THE END, ASANTE SANA FOR LISTENING RBG Documents Repository/ Reading Room/ Download Center Best Practices in Afrikan-centered Web 2.0 Education 21