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Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
Collaborative Technologies ILC
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Collaborative Technologies ILC

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A presentation on collaborative technologies at the fall meeting of the Instructional Leadership Council.

A presentation on collaborative technologies at the fall meeting of the Instructional Leadership Council.

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  • 1. Collaborative Technologies
    Working with your professional collaboration teams at a distance—for free.
  • 2. The Problem to Solve
    Educators must collaborate at a distance.
    It must be easy to use.
    It must be free.
    They must be able to talk live (synchronously).
    They must be able to see each others’ computer desktops live (synchronously).
    They must be able to work on the same document stored in the same place at different times (asynchronously).
    They must be able to share their ideas and archive their thoughts and exchanges.
    They must be able to archive documents for trial use.
  • 3. Answers for this trial
    Skype
    Mikogo
    Google Docs
    Edmodo
    Edu20
  • 4. Answers for this trial.
    Skype
    Free live audio, video, text chat conferencing.
    Mikogo
    Free live desktop share.
    Google Docs
    Free document storage while multiple people can have access to view or view/edit a single document.
    Edmodo
    Free educator blog groups.
    Edu20
    Free document storage (and a whole lot more).
  • 5. Skype
    Go to www.skype.com
    Create an account
    Download the software
    Test call for equipment set up
    Find friends in the directory
    Call audio, video, text chat
    Leave messages when they are offline
  • 6. Skype Webpage
  • 7. Skype Dashboard
    The Skype dashboard where you see contacts and access tools.
  • 8. Skype Directory
    Click the directory in your dashboard and get a search engine. Find friends.
  • 9. Skype Contact Window
    Click on a contact in your dashboard and bring up their window. Click the call button.
  • 10. Talking With Student
    You see them on top, you see yourself on the bottom as you talk. Up to five people.
  • 11. Text Chatting
    Click the white “text chat” button to open up a text window.
  • 12. Skype Tutorials
    http://www.scribd.com/doc/5397421/Short-Takes-Tutorial-Skype-Basics
    http://www.northcanton.sparcc.org/~technology/Tutorials/skype.html
    http://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/whatis/skype-tutorial-demos/
    http://www.top-windows-tutorials.com/install-skype.html
  • 13. Mikogo
    Free computer desktop share application
    Requires an account and download
    Allows you to see someone’s desktop computer
    White board capability
    Each viewer can point at the desktop
    Real-time (synchronous) collaboration
    Change over control of application
    Change presenter
  • 14. Mikogo Webpage
    Join a session for free without an account. Register and download to be able to create sessions.
  • 15. Mikogo Desktop Icon
    The Mikogo “M” icon is in your toolbar and on your desktop. Click to start a session.
  • 16. Mikogo Control Panel
    Select “Start Session”
  • 17. Mikogo Session Dash
    The session gives you an information window. Email the information, or read the session ID to a colleague.
  • 18. GoogleDocs
    One of many free Google Aps.
    Use your work email or any email you choose as your “gmail” address.
    Store documents to access from anywhere.
    Share for others to view.
    Let others edit and collaborate on the documents.
    Multiple document types.
    No more emailing back and forth waiting, wondering who has the latest version.
  • 19. Google Docs Sign In
    Go to www.google.com and click “sign in” even the first time.
  • 20. Create Google Account
    Sign in, or create a new account.
  • 21. Google Docs Signed In
    You know you’re logged into your account when you see your gmailadddress above.
  • 22. Google Docs
    Click the “More” button, then find “Documents.”
  • 23. Google Docs Dashboard
    Here you see all your documents. You can file them by type. You can see how many collaborators there are for each document.
  • 24. Google Docs Signed In
    For access to other Google Aps, create an “iGoogle” page here.
  • 25. iGoogle Top
    Choose a dashboard theme, load up gadgets that have use for you.
  • 26. Google Docs
    Track your gmail, FaceBook and Twitter, weather, to-do list, endless possibilities.
  • 27. Google Docs Tutorials
    http://www.google.com/google-d-s/tour1.html
    http://edutech.msu.edu/online/GoogleDocs/GoogleDocs.html
    http://www.google.com/educators/p_docs.html
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urrvY0YQWE4
    http://benjisimon.blogspot.com/2009/09/google-docs-tutorial-how-to-not-take.html
  • 28. Edmodo
    A private social platform for teachers and students to share ideas, files, events and assignments
    Free and easy
    Each group is invitation only
    Keep a running record of project progress and changes
    Accessible asynchronously
    Also great for use with giving assignments and sharing information
  • 29. Edmodo Webpage
    Sign up for a new account as a teacher or student. Log in at the same location.
  • 30. Edmodo
    Track your groups on the left, and their conversations by topics down the middle. There is live support daily.
  • 31. Edmodo Tutorials
    http://www.slideshare.net/zemote/edmodocom-microblogging-for-education-presentation
    http://lifefeast.blogspot.com/2008/12/edmodo-tutorial.html
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P39rn3Fp-_A&feature=related
  • 32. Edu20
    Edu2.0 is a free, web-hosted learning management system that allows anyone to create an online school in minutes. It's easy to use, comprehensive, and can be accessed from any web browser.
    It is also useful for creating a consortium project where multiple activities need to take place securely.
    It has multiple features, but we will show you the archiving and document accessing today.
  • 33. Edu20 http://www.edu20.org/
    The main edu2.0 page has useful information and account sign up.
  • 34. Edu20 ILC Site
    http://ilc.edu20.org/site
    We have an ILC “School” location—the business site for PD is under construction.
  • 35. Edu20
    Your “home” page is your own information.
  • 36. Edu20 clicik school
    Click on the “school” tab and fine the ILC information.
  • 37. Edu20 click resources
    Click on the “resources” tab to see the storage areas for our documents for the DATA Project.
  • 38. Edu20 Click ETS
    Click on Effective Teaching Strategies to see a sample of what we will be creating.
  • 39. Edu20 Features
    http://www.edu20.org
  • 40. How did we do?
    Educators must collaborate at a distance. (Skype, Mikogo, GoogleDocs, Edmodo, Edu20)
    It must be easy to use. (All)
    It must be free. (All)
    They must be able to talk live (synchronously). (Skype)
    They must be able to see each others’ computer desktops live (synchronously). (Mikogo)
    They must be able to work on the same document stored in the same place at different times (asynchronously). (Google Docs, Edmodo)
    They must be able to share their ideas and archive their thoughts and exchanges. (Google Docs, Edmodo, Edu20)
    They must be able to archive documents for trial use. (Edu20)
  • 41. Which for what?
    Talking—Skype
    Working at the same time on documents—Mikogo
    Housing working documents—GoogleDocs
    Discussing projects—GoogleDocs, Edmodo
    Storing documents ready for a trial run—Edu20.
    Synchronous: Skype, Mikodo
    Asynchronous: GoogleDocs, Edmodo, Edu20
  • 42. Just the beginning
    We know there are lots of tools out there.
    This is just a beginning.
    We could start an Edmodo blog and share other Web 2.0 collaborative tools we find useful, and their applications with our component schools.
    The goal is to work together effectively at a distance, and further the DATA Project in terms of creating useful materials for our districts and sharing those statewide.

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