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Page  http://is.gd/AoAlBa Big understanding: The value of typologies of engagement? David White  07/02/11
Page  When I said ‘typologies’ what I meant was ‘taxonomies’...
Page  … no, wait…
Macro thinking http://is.gd/AoAlBa
 
 
 
 
http://is.gd/7uT2rx
 
 
http://is.gd/Js8qU1
 
 
Natives and Immigrants
Page  Mark Bullen: http://digitallearners.wordpress.com/ a. Institutional e-mail account  No association b. Personal e-mai...
Page  http://is.gd/VqXHkT
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Page  Who we are? or How we act?
Page  Better for placing the individual than for defining groups?
Page  Curricular response? Institutional response?
Visitors and Residents study
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Page  Social Threshold http://is.gd/9GRkuP
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Page  Gareth Harper http://is.gd/Iq7bl4 Whisky? Whiskey?
Page  Matt Gorecki ‘ Field for the British Isles’ Anthony Gormley “ Openness”
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Page  Broadcast  vs.  Conversation Institutional  vs.  Individual  Marketing  vs.  Teaching/Learning
Page
Page
Page
Page
Page  Macro thinking and practice Appreciation of web-culture and its influence ------ Thermometer of expectation
Page  “ Face to way you play”
Page  Macro thinking and research Not typing students or staff ----- Gathering the discourse ----- Creating a vocabulary
Page  [email_address] @daveowhite www.conted.ox.ac.uk/davidwhite
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How do 'big ideas' like Digital Natives and Digital Immigrants or 'Openness' influence or thinking? Are they of any value?

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    1. 1. Page http://is.gd/AoAlBa Big understanding: The value of typologies of engagement? David White 07/02/11
    2. 2. Page When I said ‘typologies’ what I meant was ‘taxonomies’...
    3. 3. Page … no, wait…
    4. 4. Macro thinking http://is.gd/AoAlBa
    5. 9. http://is.gd/7uT2rx
    6. 12. http://is.gd/Js8qU1
    7. 15. Natives and Immigrants
    8. 16. Page Mark Bullen: http://digitallearners.wordpress.com/ a. Institutional e-mail account No association b. Personal e-mail account No association c. Instant messaging No association d. Text message (via phone) No association e. Facebook/MySpace No association f. Talking via phone No association g. Talking in person No association h. WebCT Association MODE SIGNIFICANT ASSOCIATION BETWEEN AGE AND USE?
    9. 17. Page http://is.gd/VqXHkT
    10. 18. Page
    11. 19. Page Who we are? or How we act?
    12. 20. Page Better for placing the individual than for defining groups?
    13. 21. Page Curricular response? Institutional response?
    14. 22. Visitors and Residents study
    15. 23. Page
    16. 24. Page Social Threshold http://is.gd/9GRkuP
    17. 25. Page
    18. 26. Page Gareth Harper http://is.gd/Iq7bl4 Whisky? Whiskey?
    19. 27. Page Matt Gorecki ‘ Field for the British Isles’ Anthony Gormley “ Openness”
    20. 28. Page
    21. 29. Page Broadcast vs. Conversation Institutional vs. Individual Marketing vs. Teaching/Learning
    22. 30. Page
    23. 31. Page
    24. 32. Page
    25. 33. Page
    26. 34. Page Macro thinking and practice Appreciation of web-culture and its influence ------ Thermometer of expectation
    27. 35. Page “ Face to way you play”
    28. 36. Page Macro thinking and research Not typing students or staff ----- Gathering the discourse ----- Creating a vocabulary
    29. 37. Page [email_address] @daveowhite www.conted.ox.ac.uk/davidwhite
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