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Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks - Socialnetworking 2009 Online Conference
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Modeling Social Media in Groups, Communities, and Networks, a presentation November 6, 2009 at the AVEALMEC/ARCALL online conference on Social Networking, November 5-8, 2009, …

Modeling Social Media in Groups, Communities, and Networks, a presentation November 6, 2009 at the AVEALMEC/ARCALL online conference on Social Networking, November 5-8, 2009, http://avealmec.org.ve/

* The complete schedules and PDF promotional documents for this conference are here: <a>http://avealmec.org.ve/moodle/</a>
* This link gives a good overview of presenters with links to their presentation recordings <a>http://avealmec.org.ve/moodle/course/view.php?id=4</a>
* My writeup is here:
<a>http://tinyurl.com/vance-socialnet09</a>
* The presentation recording is here: <a>http://tinyurl.com/vance091106wiziq</a>

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  • 1. Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks Vance Stevens Petroleum Institute, Abu Dhabi, UAE Prepared for the AVEALMEC/ARCALL online conference on Social Networking November 5-8, 2009 http://avealmec.org.ve/ Attribution: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Fractal_nevit_60.png Detailed information at http://tinyurl.com/vance-socialnet09
  • 2. Where to begin?
    • How about with some pieces loosely joined?
    http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/wordscape/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amazon_Kindle Attribution: http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/y58UDZ0ies25xvJ-HYCgXQ
  • 3. Where to begin?
    • How about with this thought
    • From Stephen Downes, Learning the Web 2.0 Way
    http://www.slideshare.net/Downes/personal-learning-the-web-20-way
  • 4. Where do we get our models?
    • Our daily network interactions; e.g.
    • Morning Tweets
  • 5. Nings http://cck2009.ning.com/ http://multiliteracies.ning.com/video
  • 6. Webcasts, Podcasts http://edtechtalk.com/live http://vance_stevens.podomatic.com/
  • 7. Edmodo Modeled and demonstrated by Nicky Hockley, #Socialnet09
  • 8. Waves Who are the early pouncers ? http://wave.google.com
  • 9. Waves and Wikis http://webheadswave.wikispaces.com/
  • 10. Future of Learning in a Networked World http://flnw.wikispaces.com/Brazil
  • 11. Knowledge (Creative Commons) Attribution: http://www.kelvybird.com/facilitation/scribing/workingknowledge.html
  • 12. How did you learn about Creative Commons? http://creativecommons.org/
  • 13. How did you LEARN how to find Creative Commons Images?
  • 14. Heard it through the grapevine? http://delicious.com/vancestevens/art Attribution: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jonastherkildsen/122881874 /
  • 15. One State of Knowledge http://www.wblut.com/constructs/cyclic/
  • 16. Knowledge Changes http://www.wblut.com/constructs/cyclic/
  • 17. Paradigm Shift http://www.wblut.com/constructs/cyclic/
  • 18. Paradigm Shifts in Education http://prosites-vstevens.homestead.com/files/efi/papers/2007alexandria/web20arabia.htm
  • 19. 10 Aspects of Paradigm Shift
    • Pedagogy : Didactic --> constructivist
    • Modeling : Do as I say --> AND as I do
    • Transfer : Technology enjoyed at leisure is F.U.N. --> also, applied to professional practice
    • Trepidation : Will they find out? --> ok to say “I don’t know!”
    • Literacy : Print literacy --> multiliteracies
    • Heuristics : Client server --> peer to peer
    • Sharing : Copyrighted --> creative commons
    • Classification : Taxonomies --> folksonomies
    • Directionality : Push --> pull
    • Ownership : Proprietary --> open source
  • 20. Paradigm Shifts in Wordle.net
  • 21. Can’t get enough Wordle.net
  • 22. Configurations for sharing and dissemination of knowledge
    • Groups
    • Communities
    • Communities of practice
    • Connectivist perspectives
      • Personal learning networks
      • Distributed learning networks
      • Rhyzomic learning
    Attribution: Nancy White http://www.fullcirc.com/
  • 23. Configurations
    • Groups
  • 24. Configurations
    • Groups
    • Communities
  • 25. Configurations
    • Groups
    • Communities
    • Communities of practice
      • Domain
      • Practice
      • Community
  • 26. Configurations
    • Groups
    • Communities
    • Communities of practice
    • Networks can include overlapping communities
  • 27. Configurations
    • Groups
    • Communities
    • Communities of practice
    • Networks and sample Connections
  • 28.
    • Webheads started as EFL class in 1998
    • WiA formed as result of 2002 EVO sesson
    • Educators who engage in
      • Helping each other pursue lifelong, just-in-time, informal learning
      • Through experimentation in use of social-media and computer mediated communications tools
      • Webheads in Action Online Convergence WiAOC 2005, 2007, 2009 http://wiaoc.org
  • 29. Webheads: Group http://groups.yahoo.com/group/evonline2002_webheads/
  • 30. Webheads: Community Attribution: http:// flickr.com/photos/94794165@N00/410359410/
  • 31. Webheads: Community of Practice http://webheadsinaction.org/
  • 32. Personal Learning Networks Scott Leslie's PLE (above) and more PLE diagrams: http://edtechpost.wikispaces.com/PLE+Diagrams
  • 33. Getting back to knowledge Attribution: http://www.kelvybird.com/facilitation/scribing/workingknowledge.html
  • 34. Knowledge dissimenation through communities and networks
    • Downes on distributed learning networks
      • Knowing ( where’s Waldo?) Once you know, you can’t not know
      • Knowledge exists throughout nodes in a network
    • Wenger notes (2002:6) ‏
      • Increasing complexity of knowledge requires greater … collaboration; whereas …
      • Half life of knowledge is getting shorter
  • 35.
    • Cormier - Rhizomatic Learning to deal with increasingly rapid obsolescence of knowledge
    Knowledge dissimenation through communities and networks http://www.forestryimages.org/browse/detail.cfm?imgnum=1380055
  • 36.
    • Siemens – Connectivism stresses importance of pipes over content
    Knowledge dissimenation through communities and networks Attribution: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Venice_-_Piping.jpg
  • 37. Siemens – Connectivism – dealing with explosion of available info http://www.wiziq.com/TutorSession/Session.aspx?JuX%2bgH%2b2GbYuXrqZqj1F3uIA%2fgrtIiAEcKQ3usZlk1VhT5GwwVHz6vferdj5MlOz5JOdRjZO8mc%3d http://tinyurl.com/siemens-socialnet09
  • 38. Implications for Teacher Professional Development
    • Jack Richards plenary Denver TESOL 2009 (March 27) ‏
      • About what teachers need to KNOW in order to practice effectively
      • Research indicates that teachers tend to revert to traditional methods rather than activate what they are exposed to in training curricula
    • Derick Wenmouth (also from NZ) mentioned similar research findings at K-12 Online 2008 http://k12onlineconference.org/?p=181
  • 39. Problems
    • Teacher-trainers
      • without sufficient experience with technology and
      • rooted in old-school methodologies
      • simply not modeling new age learning behaviors for trainees
    Attribution: http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/8aagIQGZq-RyFMO1dFHHNg
  • 40. Problems
    • Students and staff
      • love to learn but hate to be taught,
      • resent top-down approach forced on them by managers sometimes out of touch with actual needs of students and staff
    Attribution: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RxHb5QVD7fo&feature=player_embedded
  • 41. Solutions
    • Allow, facilitate, encourage networking in meetings, conferences, classrooms
    • Offer workshops/projects bottom up, as something that staff/students organize themselves
    • Create atmosphere encouraging formation of communities of practice where staff/students interact with peers in other institutions
  • 42. Models for professional and student skills development
    • Encourage teams to organize training sessions that utilize synchronous and non-synchronous social media tools.  Call them something other than ‘training’ sessions
    • Use Nings / Moodles / wikis / Google Wave / Jing / uTiPu / or other LMS/CMS to replace outmoded email attachment systems
    http://advanceducation.blogspot.com/2009/06/speedlifing.html
    • Hold un-conferences and other grass roots events such as
      • Bar camps
      • LAN parties
      • Speed-geeking
      • Speed Lifing
  • 43. Keep current, participate with peers around the world in:
    • Social networks: Ning, TappedIn, EVO, WiAOC
    • Social bookmarking: Delicious, Diigo
    • Groups: YahooGroups and GoogleGroups
    • Microblogging: Twitter, Plurk
    • Instant messaging: Yahoo Messenger, Skype
  • 44. Keep current, participate with peers around the world in:
    • Blogging and podcasting: keeping current via RSS
    • Wikis: PBWiki, Wikispaces
    • Aggregation: Technorati, Pageflakes, Netvibes, Protopages, iGoogle,  http://addictomatic.com
  • 45. This suggests that …
    • Key to success in keeping current is in expanding productive contacts within a network
    Attribute: d'arcy norman touchgraph:  http://www.flickr.com/photos/dnorman/436670816/
  • 46. Thanks for joining Vance Stevens and friends … at AVEALMEC/ARCALL 2009 Social Networking Conference http://avealmec.org.ve/
  • 47. Modeling social media in groups, communities, and networks Vance Stevens At the AVEALMEC/ARCALL online conference on Social Networking November 5-8, 2009 This has been More information here: http://advanceducation.blogspot.com/2009/11/modeling-social-media-in-groups.html

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