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IAll 2013 Conference

  1. 1. Transition Slide
  2. 2. Welcome to The Big Wide World of Social Credit: Kristin Nicole
  3. 3. Let’s Start With You • How long have you been a learning professional? 1. 0-5 2. 6-10 3. 11-19 4. 20+
  4. 4. 1. 0-5 2. 6-10 3. 11-19 4. 20+ Please make your selection...0-5 6-10 11-19 20+ 0% 0%0%0% Answer Now
  5. 5. Let’s Start With You • When you started what was it like? • What changes have you seen?
  6. 6. Generational Breakdown 1 2 3 4 5
  7. 7. Please make your selection... DigitalNative Gen Now Gen X BabyBoom ers The Greatest 0% 0% 0%0%0% 1. Digital Native 2. Gen Now 3. Gen X 4. Baby Boomers 5. The Greatest Answer Now
  8. 8. What is a “digital native?” Generational Breakdown >A digital native is a person who was born during or after the general introduction of digital technologies and through interacting with digital technology from an early age, has a greater understanding of its concepts.
  9. 9. Meet Bella: She is a digital native… Digital Native vs. Digital Immigrant
  10. 10. http://ashleighgraham.edublogs.org/2011/01/06/mind-map/
  11. 11. Old School Access to learning • Learning institution – classroom, possibly field trip; generally one dimensional, rote • Library – books, recordings, slides projectors, micro-fiche • Key format: you come to us… • Knowledge is housed in a certain place • With designated people, or resource
  12. 12. The Evolution Old school Distance learning => Social learning Internet => Connecting, communicating virtually Tools => desktop computers, laptops, smart phones, tablets The opportunity for individual choice and a customized experience, freedom to source information from a variety of sources Technology E-learning Web based New School
  13. 13. The Evolution Old school | New School: Digital-Social learning You come to us; we are the keepers of the information. We come to you and those you’re connected with when it’s convenient, wherever you are. The Cloud
  14. 14. New School =>The World of What is It? Let’s break it down… “Social media refers to the means of interactions among people in which they create, share, and exchange information and ideas in virtual communities and networks.” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_media
  15. 15. Media… Plural for medium medium: a means or agency for communicating or diffusing information…
  16. 16. A simple form of social media or early distance learning…
  17. 17. HOW? Google+ Apps Collaboration Groups Yammer Bigmarker Uberconference Instagram Google Hangouts Scrib
  18. 18. The Digital-Social Manta • Quick, fast, convenient, just when I need it …oh and by the way don’t bore me, but engage me and entertain me while I’m learning and also while learning allow me to share and interact with my “friends” (aka other learners).
  19. 19. Transition Slide
  20. 20. Linking to Learners – “There’s An App For That!”
  21. 21. Going mobile …strange new powers…
  22. 22. Operating Systems 1. iOS = Apple 2. Android = Google 3. Html = Blackberry, Microsoft 4. No smartphone
  23. 23. Operating System iOS =Apple Android =Goog... Htm l=Blackbe... No sm artphone 0% 0%0%0% 1. iOS = Apple 2. Android = Google 3. Html = Blackberry, Microsoft 4. No smartphone Answer Now
  24. 24. As of May 2013: 91% of American adults have a cell phone 56% of American adults have a smartphone 28% of cell owners own an Android; 25% own an iPhone; 4% own a Blackberry 34% of American adults own a tablet computer As of January 2013: 26% of American adults own an e-reader Going Mobile & Portable… Smart Phones and Tablets Source: Pew Internet.org
  25. 25. Going Mobile & Portable… Smart Phones and Tablets Cell Internet access: As of April 2012, 55% of adult cell owners use the internet on their mobile phones; nearly double what we found three years ago. 31% of current cell internet users say that they mostly go online using their cell phone, and not using some other device such as a desktop or laptop computer. That works out to 17% of all adult cell owners who are “cell-mostly internet users”—that is, who use their phone for most of their online browsing.
  26. 26. Most Popular Activity The % of cell phone owners who use their cell phone to… oTake a picture: 82 oSend or receive text messages: 80 oAccess the internet: 56 oSend or receive email: 50 oRecord Video: 44 oDownload Apps: 43 oLook for health or medical information online: 31 oCheck bank account balance or do any online banking: 29
  27. 27. Source: Cognizant.com
  28. 28. Simple Tools & Resources How to leverage and segment - social, & experiential learning… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ZQ8Adqsz_A
  29. 29. Today’s Headlines
  30. 30. What’s an app? Definition: Apps is an abbreviation for application. An app is a piece of software. It can run on the Internet, on your computer, or on your phone or other electronic device.
  31. 31. Apps for Browsers
  32. 32. What’s an app? Audience Experience With Apps What are the # of apps you currently have on your Smartphone?
  33. 33. Part A: What are the # of apps you currently have on your Smartphone: 1-5 6-11 12+ 0% 0%0% 1. 1-5 2. 6-11 3. 12+ Answer Now
  34. 34. Part B: Actively Use 1-5 6-11 12+ 0% 0%0% 1. 1-5 2. 6-11 3. 12+ Answer Now
  35. 35. Advantages of Mobile Apps • All in one place – easy to find • Push notifications • Reduces network (bandwidth use) • Reduces network issues • Private • Ease of use • Convenient • Efficient • Flexible delivery • Can encourage collaboration • And connection
  36. 36. The 1% Edge Portable Coach
  37. 37. Potential Functions Within An App
  38. 38. The Death of the PC The days of paying for costly software upgrades are numbered. The PC will soon be obsolete. And BusinessWeek reports 70% of Americans are already using the technology that will replace it. Merrill Lynch calls it "a $160 billion opportunity." http://wallstcheatsheet.com/stocks/smartphone-stats-apple-rules-oem- android-dominates-platform.html/?a=viewall
  39. 39. Transition Slide
  40. 40. IT’S A MOBILE WORLD Authoring Tools For the Mobile Generation
  41. 41. What to consider… • Screen capture (picture and/or video) • With audio • Stand alone audio • Audio transcription • Simple video • Fit with LMS (learning management system) • Quizzes, track usage Authoring Components
  42. 42. Great Example
  43. 43. Simple Authoring Tools • Jing / SnapZpro / Snag-it (Techsmith) • Screenr • Authorstream • Brainshark • Powtoon (animation) • iPad Apps: – Explain Everything – Educreations – Show Me
  44. 44. Example: Screencasting http://www.techsmith.com/education-k12-stories-jury- duty.html
  45. 45. Simple Collaboration Tools • Whiteboard (shared) – Scribblar – Mighty Meeting – Jot – Baiboard HD – SyncSpace • Google Hangouts • Google Docs • Dropbox • Evernote
  46. 46. Collaboration=>Sharing • Join Me • Doceri (can bounce between desk top/iPad) • AnyMeeting (webinar format) Cool teaching capability= annotation
  47. 47. Transition Slide
  48. 48. Going Beyond the Classroom Creating a High-Impact Blended Learning Strategy on A Shoe-String Pic source: http://dwightcarter.edublogs.org/2013/02/22/blended-learning-at-glhs/
  49. 49. What is Blended Learning? How would you define it? Tell, Show, Do, Review
  50. 50. Blended Learning Samples Example: Complete focus on “taking in information” aka passive learning.
  51. 51. Blended Learning Samples More Advanced
  52. 52. Where to start... • Mission • Defining learning for desired outcomes • Philosophy • Population consideration • Low cost tools available • Planning – Strategy • Consider Adult Learning Principles
  53. 53. 4 Key Principles of Adult Learning • W.I.I.F.M. • Real-time application • Repetition – 6-8 times • Real – felt pressure to change
  54. 54. Free Resources CATEGORIES: •Teleconferencing •Video conference •Live broadcasting •“Hangout” Concept •On Line Sharing
  55. 55. Free Resources • Uber conference (partners with Evernote) • ooVoo • Skype • Bigmarker • Google Hangouts (record & broadcast) • Ustream • Streaming/ Facebook (22 Social) Capabilities: More than 2, record, post/share, broadcast live, document sharing
  56. 56. Simple Tools & Resources •Bite-sizing •Audio •Video (hosting options – Youtube, Vimeo) •Experiential (sharing pictures) •Screen-sharing •Email •SMS •Self-directed curriculum / teach back •Hang-outs (free collaboration, broadcast) platforms. What can you automate?
  57. 57. Simple Tools How to leverage segment learning: •Blogging •RSS feeds •Twitter •Facebook •Slideshare •Powerpoint to video to mp3 to transcript All listed are FREE!
  58. 58. HOW? Google+ Apps Collaboration Groups Yammer Bigmarker Uberconference

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