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Education in the 2.0 Bazaar - IADAT e-2009

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    • Education in the 2.0 Bazaar IADAT-e2009 Pablo Garaizar Sagarminaga garaizar@eside.deusto.es University of Deusto
    • Outline ● Background ● Two opposing points of view ● Education 2.0: a positive experience ● Problems ● Solutions ● Conclusions
    • Background
    • Who am I?
    • Who are my students?
    • What are we using at Deusto?
    • How to improve communication and interaction? How to improve education?
    • Two opposing points of view
    • LMS vs Web 2.0
    • Institutional vs. DIY (Edupunk?)
    • Structured vs. flexible
    • Concentrated vs. distributed
    • Top-down vs. bottom-up
    • Formal vs. non-formal
    • Located vs. ubiquitous
    • Store vs. utility
    • Cathedral vs. Bazaar
    • Constructivism vs. Connectivism
    • Should I stay or should I go? The Clash, 1981
    • Let's try the Edupunk way!
    • Education 2.0: a positive experience
    • Less lectures, more collaborative work
    • Teachers: from masters to DJs
    • No textbook
    • – Beyond physical boundaries – "Why should I go back to school and – interrupt my education?"
    • – The teacher is not – the only yardstick anymore
    • – The teacher is not the only – available data source anymore
    • – Microblogging & Desktop widgets = – real-time participation
    • Problems
    • Lack of order Information dispersion > confusion
    • Digital competency: master RSS aggregation and social bookmarking services
    • Lack of control: technical and social level
    • Privacy and arbitrary limits
    • Let's play 1984 game: wink.com, spock.com, peekyou.com, pipl.com, 123people.es, yasni.com
    • Scope confusion don't even try it ;-)
    • Social networks designed for leisure (or procrastination)
    • Solutions
    • Current solution: wiki + group blogs + personal blogs + microblogging
    • Wiki (local, private): collaborative work + practice wiki-syntax + arrangement
    • Wiki activity (Spring 2008 & 2009)
    • Blog planet = group + personal blogs (virtual portfolios)
    • Twitter (public) & Yammer (private)
    • Microblogging + real-time desklet
    • Future plans
    • LMS + PLE + Web 2.0 services Content- Student- Social centred centred Structure Custom Flexibility Moodle Mahara 2.0 Widgets
    • Conclusions
    • Education 2.0 is more than just adding technology to education
    • RSS is the “lingua franca” of the web, Education 2.0 must be fluent in RSS
    • One size doesn't fit all Identify learner's main features
    • Google Wave Protocol? Testing platforms already available
    • Thank you for your attention
    • Questions?
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