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This presentation highlights the features and functionality of Google’s Wave platform, with an emphasis on its benefits in the composition classroom. The current and future states of the Wave platform are evaluated in terms of its usefulness and practical application to the classroom environment, both online and in person. I highlight lessons learned from its brief availability and show options for implementing the service despite discontinued support from Google.

This presentation highlights the features and functionality of Google’s Wave platform, with an emphasis on its benefits in the composition classroom. The current and future states of the Wave platform are evaluated in terms of its usefulness and practical application to the classroom environment, both online and in person. I highlight lessons learned from its brief availability and show options for implementing the service despite discontinued support from Google.

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Fortune Regained: Online Collaborative Writing Tools

  1. 1. Lost Fortune: Learning from the Downfall of Google Wave Christopher R. Friend Texts & Technology PhD student University of Central Florida Christopher R. Friend | UCF | CEA2011 1
  2. 2. Fortune Regained: Online Collaborative Writing Tools Christopher R. Friend Texts & Technology PhD student University of Central Florida Christopher R. Friend | UCF | CEA2011 1
  3. 3. Composition Classes } Christopher R. Friend | UCF | CEA2011 Image: Wikimedia Commons 2
  4. 4. Composition Classes } Christopher R. Friend | UCF | CEA2011 Our students do stuff. Image: Wikimedia Commons 2
  5. 5. Image: AMagill on Flickr, Creative Commons Our Pedagogical Focus Christopher R. Friend | UCF | CEA2011 3
  6. 6. Image: courtesy Microsoft, Public Domain Traditional Comp. Research Christopher R. Friend | UCF | CEA2011 4
  7. 7. Image: courtesy Microsoft, Public Domain Traditional Writers Christopher R. Friend | UCF | CEA2011 5
  8. 8. Image: courtesy Microsoft, Public Domain Modern Writers Christopher R. Friend | UCF | CEA2011 6
  9. 9. The Classic Writing Process (Clark) Prewriting Writing Revising Publishing Christopher R. Friend | UCF | CEA2011 7
  10. 10. Cyber-Interactivity (McMillan) Direction of Communication One-Way Two-Way Feedback Mutual Discourse High S R P P Level of (student presentations) (collaborative learning) Receiver Control Monologue Responsive Dialogue Low S R S R (lectures) (conversation) Christopher R. Friend | UCF | CEA2011 8
  11. 11. Student-Centered Design (Adapted from Johnson) Interface Interface Text Artifact/ User(s)ʼ Educational User (or other Student System Situation Program artifact) Designer(s)ʼ/ Artisan(s)ʼ Creator(s)ʼ Image Image Christopher R. Friend | UCF | CEA2011 9
  12. 12. One Solution Christopher R. Friend | UCF | CEA2011 10
  13. 13. The Sales Pitch See inside the “black box” Watch the process happen Allow Cyber-Interactivity Focus on the Student Christopher R. Friend | UCF | CEA2011 12
  14. 14. The Catch Spring 2009: GW is here Summer 2010: GW is dying Fall 2010: Gone this year. 2010 D ec November 2010: Just kidding. Stay tuned. December 2010: Will be open-source as Apache Wave. Christopher R. Friend | UCF | CEA2011 13
  15. 15. New Possibilities Christopher R. Friend | UCF | CEA2011 14
  16. 16. Christopher R. Friend Thank you. University of Central Florida chrisfriend@knights.ucf.edu Christopher R. Friend | UCF | CEA2011 15

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