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Education in the 2.0 Bazaar - IADAT e-2009
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Education in the 2.0 Bazaar - IADAT e-2009
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Education in the 2.0 Bazaar - IADAT e-2009
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Education in the 2.0 Bazaar - IADAT e-2009
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Education in the 2.0 Bazaar - IADAT e-2009
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Education in the 2.0 Bazaar - IADAT e-2009
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Education in the 2.0 Bazaar - IADAT e-2009
Education in the 2.0 Bazaar - IADAT e-2009
Education in the 2.0 Bazaar - IADAT e-2009
Education in the 2.0 Bazaar - IADAT e-2009
Education in the 2.0 Bazaar - IADAT e-2009
Education in the 2.0 Bazaar - IADAT e-2009
Education in the 2.0 Bazaar - IADAT e-2009
Education in the 2.0 Bazaar - IADAT e-2009
Education in the 2.0 Bazaar - IADAT e-2009
Education in the 2.0 Bazaar - IADAT e-2009
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Education in the 2.0 Bazaar - IADAT e-2009
Education in the 2.0 Bazaar - IADAT e-2009
Education in the 2.0 Bazaar - IADAT e-2009
Education in the 2.0 Bazaar - IADAT e-2009
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  • 1. Education in the 2.0 Bazaar IADAT-e2009 Pablo Garaizar Sagarminaga garaizar@eside.deusto.es University of Deusto
  • 2. Outline ● Background ● Two opposing points of view ● Education 2.0: a positive experience ● Problems ● Solutions ● Conclusions
  • 3. Background
  • 4. Who am I?
  • 5. Who are my students?
  • 6. What are we using at Deusto?
  • 7. How to improve communication and interaction? How to improve education?
  • 8. Two opposing points of view
  • 9. LMS vs Web 2.0
  • 10. Institutional vs. DIY (Edupunk?)
  • 11. Structured vs. flexible
  • 12. Concentrated vs. distributed
  • 13. Top-down vs. bottom-up
  • 14. Formal vs. non-formal
  • 15. Located vs. ubiquitous
  • 16. Store vs. utility
  • 17. Cathedral vs. Bazaar
  • 18. Constructivism vs. Connectivism
  • 19. Should I stay or should I go? The Clash, 1981
  • 20. Let's try the Edupunk way!
  • 21. Education 2.0: a positive experience
  • 22. Less lectures, more collaborative work
  • 23. Teachers: from masters to DJs
  • 24. No textbook
  • 25. – Beyond physical boundaries – "Why should I go back to school and – interrupt my education?"
  • 26. – The teacher is not – the only yardstick anymore
  • 27. – The teacher is not the only – available data source anymore
  • 28. – Microblogging & Desktop widgets = – real-time participation
  • 29. Problems
  • 30. Lack of order Information dispersion > confusion
  • 31. Digital competency: master RSS aggregation and social bookmarking services
  • 32. Lack of control: technical and social level
  • 33. Privacy and arbitrary limits
  • 34. Let's play 1984 game: wink.com, spock.com, peekyou.com, pipl.com, 123people.es, yasni.com
  • 35. Scope confusion don't even try it ;-)
  • 36. Social networks designed for leisure (or procrastination)
  • 37. Solutions
  • 38. Current solution: wiki + group blogs + personal blogs + microblogging
  • 39. Wiki (local, private): collaborative work + practice wiki-syntax + arrangement
  • 40. Wiki activity (Spring 2008 & 2009)
  • 41. Blog planet = group + personal blogs (virtual portfolios)
  • 42. Twitter (public) & Yammer (private)
  • 43. Microblogging + real-time desklet
  • 44. Future plans
  • 45. LMS + PLE + Web 2.0 services Content- Student- Social centred centred Structure Custom Flexibility Moodle Mahara 2.0 Widgets
  • 46. Conclusions
  • 47. Education 2.0 is more than just adding technology to education
  • 48. RSS is the “lingua franca” of the web, Education 2.0 must be fluent in RSS
  • 49. One size doesn't fit all Identify learner's main features
  • 50. Google Wave Protocol? Testing platforms already available
  • 51. Thank you for your attention
  • 52. Questions?
  • 53. References ● Coates, H., James, R., Baldwin, G., "A critical examination of the effects of Learning Management Systems on university teaching and learning", Tertiary Education and Management 11, Springer, 2005, pp. 19–36. ● Hiltz, S.R., Turoff, M.. "Education goes digital: the evolution of online learning and the revolution in higher education", Communications of the ACM , Volume 48 Issue 10, October 2005. ● O'Reilly, T., "What is Web 2.0—Design Patterns and Business Models for the Next Generation of Software", O'Reilly Media, 2005. ● Broom, J., "The Glass Bees", 2008, URL: http://bavatuesdays.com/the-glass-bees/. ● Bush, M.D., Mott, J.D., "The Transformation of Learning with Technology. Learner-Centricity, Content and Tool Malleability and Network Effects", Educational technology: The magazine for managers of change in education, ISSN 0013-1962, Vol. 49, N. 2, 2009, pp. 3-20. ● Gatto, J.T., "Why Schools Don’t Educate", Nexus June-July, pp. 13-16 & p. 81. ● Jones, V., Jo, J.H., "Ubiquitous learning environment: An adaptive teaching system using ubiquitous technology", Beyond the comfort zone: Proceedings of the 21st ASCILITE Conference, Perth, 5-8 December 2004, pp. 468-474. ● Yang, S.J.H., "Context Aware Ubiquitous Learning Environments for Peer-to-Peer Collaborative Learning", Educational Technology & Society, 9 (1), 2006, pp. 188-201. ● Eraut, M., "Informal learning in the workplace", Studies in Continuing Education, Vol. 26, No. 2, July 2004, University of Sussex, UK.
  • 54. References ● Lamb, B., "The urgency of an open education: emotions, cheap, reuse and radical-based learning content syndication", Simposio Educación Expandida (ZEMOS98, 11a edición), Seville (Spain), 2009. ● Downes, S., "New Technology Supporting Informal Learning", Challenges 2009, Braga, Portugal, 2009. ● Raymond, E.S., "The Cathedral and the Bazaar", in The Cathedral and the Bazaar: Musings On Linux and Open Source by an Accidental Revolutionary. Sebastopol: O'Reilly Publishing, 1999. ● Peters, S.G., "Do You Know Enough About Me to Teach Me?: A Student's Perspective", King Lindsay Printing Corp., 2006. ● Lessig, L., "Remix: Making Art and Commerce Thrive in the Hybrid Economy", Penguin Press, New York, 2008. ● McLuhan, M., & Leonard, G. B., "The future of education: The class of 1989". Look, February 21, 1967, pp. 23-24. ● Surowiecki, J., "The Wisdom of Crowds: Why the Many Are Smarter Than the Few and How Collective Wisdom Shapes Business, Economies, Societies and Nations". Doubleday Books, 2004. ● Alexander, B., "Web 2.0: A New Wave of Innovation for Teaching and Learning?", EDUCAUSE Review, vol. 41, no. 2 March/April 2006, pp: 32-44. ● Poetter, T.S., "Voices of inquiry in teacher education", Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers, Mahwah, NJ, 1997, pp. 75-82.
  • 55. References ● Levin, J.A., "Organizing educational network interactions: Steps towards a theory of network- based learning environments", American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. San Francisco, 1995. ● Villa, A., "Marco Pedagógico de la Universidad de Deusto", University of Deusto, Bilbao (Spain), 2001.
  • 56. All images are property of their own owners*, content is licensed under a Creative Commons by-sa 3.0 license * Iñigo Alonso, Creative Commons, Geek & Poke, Twhirl, Yammer, Planetaki, Wordpress, Google, Yahoo!, Eleaf (Flickr), marthamadnesspdx (Flickr), roland (Flickr), teflon (Flickr), yaourdon (Flickr), slworking (Flickr), davidwilsonclarke (Flickr), wallyg (Flickr), lulupine (Flickr), p-doodle (Flickr), cuellar (Flickr), maxblack (Flickr), markstos (Flickr), pray (Flickr), vrider (Flickr), patux (Flickr), cpentecost (Flickr), darwinbell (Flickr), angusf (Flickr), identity- chrisis (Flickr), jcolman (Flickr), doctabu (Flickr), ivanomak (Flickr), mzaluska (Flickr), lady_lush (Flickr), pmorgan (Flickr), daquellamanera (Flickr), dunechaser (Flickr), lissalou66 (Flickr), yuki80 (Flickr), zenia (Flickr), whereismyshame (Flickr), foreby (Flickr)

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