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  • Before the Course starts
    Please follow the instructions on the next three slides
  • Always make sure you have the latest
    Java (Windows only) http://java.com/en/download/manual.jsp click on Verify now, if it is the wrong version click ‘Download Java now’, click Free Java Download, click Save File, double click on the downloaded file, click Run, Click Install
    Flash player http://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer/
    Adobe Shockwave Player http://get.adobe.com/shockwave/
    Adobe Reader 9 http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html
  • Type in your email address
    Type in a password (8 characters letters and/or numbers)
    Retype password
    Type the letters in the Word Verification box
    Click on I accept. Create my account
  • Delicious and WeeMees
    If you do not have a Delicious Account go to http://wheretostartwithwikisandblogs.wikispaces.com/Deliciousfollow the instructions
    If you do not have a ‘WeeMee’ go to http://wheretostartwithwikisandblogs.wikispaces.com/Avatarsand follow the instructions
  • Wikis, Blogs and Cool
    Web 2.0 tools
    Read/Write Web
    http://delicious.com/sharpjacqui/bundle:2Wikiblogcourse
    © Jacqui Sharp 2009
  • Adapted from http://web20wiki.wikispaces.com/
    As with all Internet use, some of the sites presented here may today, tomorrow or next week contain content that is not student appropriate. This is usually more of an issue with sites where people can upload their own content. How you choose to deal with this will depend on your students and your school policies. Generally I believe that the value of these tools on these websites far outweigh the possible dangers they present. In addition, it is critical that we teach students skills of media literacy, discretion, and good judgment. Trying to block them from everything that is potentially objectionable may not be the most effective way to accomplish this.
  • believes that years of computer use creates children that
    “… think differently from us. They develop hypertext minds. They leap around. It’s as though their cognitive structures were parallel, not sequential.”
    (Prensky, 2001a).
    In other words, today’s students may not be well-suited to the more linear progression of learning that most educational systems employ.
  • What is Delicious?
    It is a social book marking site. It is for storing, sharing and discovering internet bookmarks/favourites with other users
    Create an account in Delicious
    http://wheretostartwithwikisandblogs.wikispaces.com/Delicious
  • Most internet tools can work with fairly large photos but it is a good idea to compress them to less than 500 kb (no smaller than 80kb)
    Use Microsoft Picture Manager for Windows
    Use iPhoto for Mac
    How to compress photos in Picture Manager and iPhoto
    Go to the http://wheretostartwithwikisandblogs.wikispaces.com/Photos+in+Blogs+and+Wikis
    and follow the instructions
  • Cybersafety
    To ensure the online safety of your children and yourself please be aware of the Ministry Guidelines
    http://wheretostartwithwikisandblogs.wikispaces.com/Cybersafety+Guidelines
  • Online Rules
    Students need to have online rules
    They need guidelines
    Create an online treaty or contract
    http://wheretostartwithwikisandblogs.wikispaces.com/Wiki+Blog+rules+for+kids
  • Blogs
  • Why should we use Wikis and Blogs?
    http://wheretostartwithwikisandblogs.wikispaces.com/#toc0
  • What are they being used for?
    http://wheretostartwithwikisandblogs.wikispaces.com/#toc1
  • What is the difference?
    My Space
    Face Book
    Are Personal journaling rather than blogging
    Journaling: account of the days events or feelings
    Blogging: process of thinking in words
    Critical and analytical thinking
    Creative and intuitive
    The difference is
  • Personal blog
    Reflection on your own teaching experience
    Explain teaching insights
    Share ideas for activities or games
    Create ‘How to’s‘
    Explore important teaching and learning issues
    Classroom
    Post class related information
    Post assignments
    Communicate with parents
    Provide examples of class work
    Post activities or games
    Post internet resources
    Publish examples of good work
    Create a literature circle inviting students to participate
    Class newsletter
    Link with another class
  • A blog is an online chronological journal
    Blog Authoring sites
    Short for Web Log
    publicly available web pages
    has personal views and links expressing the opinions and observations
    Bloggerhttp://blogger.com
    Edublogshttp://edublogs.org/
    Wordpress
    http://wordpress.com
    Create an account in Blogger
    Go to the http://wheretostartwithwikisandblogs.wikispaces.com/First+steps+to+bloggingfollow the instructions
  • Click on
    Add widgets
    Create a List ofwebsites, blogs
    Add a Picture ofyour avatar
    Set up a
    RSS feed
    Add a slideshow of photos
  • Wikis
  • Wiki
    Quick
    A professor tested Wikipedia (2006) by creating 13 errors on various posts, they were fixed in a couple of hours
    December 2005 the magazine ‘Nature’ compared 43 entries in Wikipedia to Encyclopedia Britannica and found Wikipedia to be only slightly less accurate
  • 76 words
    Edited
    400
    times
    3,000 words
    Edited
    1,200
    times
    6,500 words
    Edited
    7,000
    times
    7,200 words
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2004_Indian_Ocean_earthquake
    Now 10,000 words, last edited 13 April 2009
  • Why have a wiki?
    Each child can have a page
    Many online publishing tools can be embedded into a wiki
    Whole class work can be viewed
    Online viewing by others
    Visual
    Class Wikis
    https://takaheone.wikispaces.com/
    http://finkspace.wikispaces.com/Aorere College Social Sciences wiki
    http://bucklandsbeach.wikispaces.com/Our+blogs+and+wikis
    https://room18tis.wikispaces.com/
    http://primaryextension.wikispaces.com/
    http://gowest.wikispaces.com/
    http://thewright3.wikispaces.com/
    http://healthychoiceshealthykids.pbwiki.com/
  • Wiki Authoring Sites
    http://wikispaces.com
    http://pbwiki.com
    Google sites
    Create an account in Wikispaces
    http://wheretostartwithwikisandblogs.wikispaces.com/Beginning+Wikis
    Create a Wiki
    http://wheretostartwithwikisandblogs.wikispaces.com/Basic+Editing
  • http://educators.pbwiki.com/Wiki%20Etiquette%20for%20Students
    Keep safe
    Be truthful
    Ask first then give credit
    Be nice
    Read, re-read and proof –read
    Information please (Who, What, When, Where, Why?)
    Be brief, to the point and logical
    Follow directions
    Do not delete the work of others deliberately
    Keep it on topic- classroom oriented
  • CoolWidgets
    Visual objects, icons or graphical interface elements that can be manipulated by the computer user to perform a desired function online or on their computer.
    Definition
    http://www.webdesignseo.com/blogging-terms/web-20-terms.php
  • Go to your Blog, click on Sign in or Customise
    Click on Layout tab if it is not selected
    Click on Add a Gadget
    Click on HTML/JavaScript
  • This is a very useful Element. This is the one you choose when you want to insert a ‘Widget’ by copying and pasting the code.
    Click on HTML/JavaScript
    Type a title
    Paste (Ctrl V) the code into the content box
    Click Save when you have finished
  • Go to your Wikispace
    Click on ‘edit navigation’ at the bottom of your Navigation Panel
    Click on the Widgets button
    Click on Other HTML
    Paste the code and click Save
    And Save again
  • http://www.bravenet.com/global/login.php?serv_name=counter
    Hit Counters: these register when somebody arrives on your page
    Sign up for a hit counter. Click on Join Bravenet
    Type in a username and password
    Agree to terms of service
    Click on Proceed to Members area
  • http://clustrmaps.com/
    Add a map to show where your visitors come from
    Type in the address of your site
    Type in your email
    Click Make my map
    Copy the code
    Paste into a HTML widget space in Blogger (Layout) or in the Edit Navigation space in Wikispaces
  • http://feedjit.com/
    Click once on the code
    Copy it
    Paste into Blogger or Wikispaces
  • Join now or Sign in
    Click on Add Books
    Type in the name of the book and click Search
    Click on the name of the book to add it to your library
    You can add a review and rate it by clicking on edit book
    Click on Tools tab
    Click on Make a standard blog widget
    Make choices as to how you wouldlike your book list to appear
    Copy the code
    Paste into a HTML widget space in Blogger (Layout) or in the Edit Navigation space in Wikispaces
  • Add a Delicious Network badge to your Wiki or Blog
    Sign in to your Delicious page
    Click on Help
    Under Need Tools click on
    Under Add your bookmarks and tags to your Website are many choices
  • Which option?
    • Linkrolls display your mostrecent bookmarks
    • Tagrolls show your tags as acloud
    • Network Badges display detailsabout your Delicious site
  • Add your Delicious tag to a Blog or Wiki
    • Click on either Linkrolls, Tagrollsor NetworkBadges
    • For every option you can customise how it will look by clicking in boxes
    • Once the tag looks how youwant it to look on your blog,copy the code
    • Paste it into your html/javascript option on your blog or wiki
  • Type in the news headings you want to show (i.e New Zealand)
    Type in a title
    Click Show Code
    Highlight and copy the code
    Paste into a HTML widget space in Blogger (Layout) or in the Edit Navigation space in Wikispaces
  • Tools and Widgets
  • Upload PowerPoints to Slideshare
    These can be inserted into wikis and blogs
    http://jacquiscourses.blogspot.com/2008/07/upload-powerpoints-to-slideshare.html
  • Richardson,W. (2006). Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts and other Powerful Web Tools for Classrooms. Corwin Press. California.
    http://wheretostartwithwikisandblogs.wikispaces.com/
    http://jacquisharp.blogspot.com/
    http://sharpjacqui.blogspot.com/
    http://jacquiscourses.blogspot.com/
    http://delicious.com/sharpjacqui/bundle:2Wikiblogcourse