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Social tagging for teachers

  1. 1. Social tagging for teachers in http://lre.eun.org Melt Riina Vuorikari European Schoolnet
  2. 2. http://lre.eun.org Social tagging for teachers in Melt WHAT? Give me an example! - Let's look into bookmarks
  3. 3. http://lre.eun.org Social tagging for teachers in Melt And what is there for teachers? - Can it really help them to find digital resources?
  4. 4. example: What are social bookmarks? http://lre.eun.org
  5. 5. Bookmarks  Readily available at your browser http://lre.eun.org  A good way to get back to what you once found  and organise your life according to folders..
  6. 6. .. if you remember in which folder it was stored in? http://lre.eun.org
  7. 7. But how to share interesting items with... .. colleagues .. learners http://lre.eun.org .. SIG .. friends .. family?
  8. 8. How to share it with... .. colleagues .. learners http://lre.eun.org .. SIG .. friends .. family? We used to send interesting things to friends by email..
  9. 9. ...but times are changing http://lre.eun.org
  10. 10. Proliferation of web-based services for sharing digital items http://lre.eun.org
  11. 11. Proliferation of web-based services for sharing digital items http://lre.eun.org
  12. 12. http://lre.eun.org So, what makes them so special, social and ... what about tags?
  13. 13. Web-based bookmarking http://lre.eun.org
  14. 14. Social bookmarking  To store, organise, share and search bookmarks of web pages. Keep found things http://lre.eun.org found!  Bookmarks are usually public and shared  Users organise bookmarks with informal tags (instead of the traditional folders)  Find like-minded users with similar interest.
  15. 15. http://lre.eun.org My personal keywords are TAGS. They help me organise my bookmarks!
  16. 16. What is a tag?  Metadata externally applied to an item http://lre.eun.org  Can be used for sorting or managing  A hook for aggregating  Provides identifier and/or description  Personal marker by Thomas Vander Wal
  17. 17. http://lre.eun.org Share
  18. 18. Sharing digital items through tags and a tag cloud http://lre.eun.org
  19. 19. Cues and trails from other users http://lre.eun.org
  20. 20. “Social” makes http://lre.eun.org trails visible by Stiphy
  21. 21. http://lre.eun.org by nico h
  22. 22. Summarise: (user, resources, {tags}) http://lre.eun.org
  23. 23. Summarise: navigational aid to discover resources http://lre.eun.org
  24. 24. http://lre.eun.org What about those teachers?
  25. 25. http://lre.eun.org
  26. 26. http://lre.eun.org
  27. 27. Collaborative content enrichment in multilingual Europe  Addition to the traditional LOM http://lre.eun.org  By users interacting with the portal, resources and other users  Four main tools: – social bookmarking and tags in multiple languages – ratings of usefulness – pedagogical annotations (used in learning events) – levels of user engagement when interacting with the system (what is viewed, how many times,..)
  28. 28. http://lre.eun.org Follow those digital traces!
  29. 29. More ways for social navigation http://lre.eun.org Discover resources through tags in multiple languages
  30. 30. http://lre.eun.org
  31. 31. http://lre.eun.org
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  33. 33. User engaging with resources  views the page  views http://lre.eun.org metadata  bookmarks and tags  rates  what about the actual use?
  34. 34. Social bookmarks on learning resources make clusters of users visible to others.. http://lre.eun.org
  35. 35. .. to allow new ways to discover both resources and people! http://lre.eun.org
  36. 36. Benefits of social tagging and content enrichment for you http://lre.eun.org  Will offer you a richer view on how resources are used (viewed, tagged, shared, used)  Who interacts with your resources cross (inter)national and linguistic borders  How your resources are taken up and how do users enrich your content
  37. 37. Metadata LOM tags social bookmarks folksonomy social tagging multi-linguality social classification http://lre.eun.org thanks! for your attention learning resources user communities discover resources and items questions? teachers social navigation social traces paths, trails http://www.cs.kuleuven.ac.be/~hmdb/infovis/calibrate/calibrate.html flock

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