Communication

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These are the slides that supported the workshop about Communication in 21st Century Education at the ACAMIS librarians' conference in March 2009 in Beijing. Presented by Thomas Galvez and Jeff Plaman

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Communication

  1. 1. Communication
  2. 2. Communication & Collaboration
  3. 3. Audience Purpose Communication Variety of Media Communication to a variety of audiences, for a variety of purposes, using a variety of media is an essential life skill we must teach our students (and teachers) Purpose- persuasion, descriptive, expository, research But, with new communication tools, people are communicating more than ever, especially outside of academic contexts.
  4. 4. Who is my Audience? In the past, we’ve had to imagine our audience and write for these people who would never actually see our work in most cases.
  5. 5. Who would actually see the work in the end? The teacher (or maybe few others if the work was exceptional or really bad).
  6. 6. Who is my Audience? In today’s world we still have think about audience to communicate our ideas, but there is an essential dierence. . .
  7. 7. The audience can be real and authentic! New technologies are allowing us and our students to communicate to real, global and participatory audiences who will feedback, evaluate, and encourage our work
  8. 8. ClustrMap of my Blog’s Readers togalearning.com blog
  9. 9. ClustrMap of a Kindergartner’s Readers Friend’s daughter’s blog (maddiesminute.com)
  10. 10. Variety of Media New technologies are allowing us to communicate with each other through a variety of media
  11. 11. At the same time these technologies allows to communicating ideas, content, and understandings to the real audiences.
  12. 12. ideo lV igita D engaging alternative to show understanding of content
  13. 13. videos... in plain english style
  14. 14. Podcasts book talks reviews, authors, iTunes U show iTunes U
  15. 15. Digital Storytelling going beyond text. great for students of all ages.
  16. 16. Pecha Kucha
  17. 17. ue t c le log ol ta e Ca C tor S Digital Media Creations from your school? Universities collect, catalogue, and store their doctoral dissertations and master’s theses. Collecting, cataloging, and storing your school’s media creations and assets. To what extent should libraries be starting to collect, catalogue, and store digital media creations from our faculty and students?

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