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Pedagogical Challenges of Social Media

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Pedagogical Challenges of Social Media

  1. 1. Pedagogical Challenges of Social Media Mathias Klang @klang67
  2. 2. “The inventor of thesystem deserves tobe ranked among thebest contributors tolearning and science,if not the greatestbenefactors ofmankind” Josiah F. Bumstead
  3. 3. Neither prophetsnor luddites
  4. 4. A (very) short history of social media
  5. 5. The augmentedhuman
  6. 6. Egyptian wood & leather prosthetic toe (ca1069 to 664 B.C)
  7. 7. Portrait of Hugh de Provence (1352)
  8. 8. Generation zero
  9. 9. hollerith
  10. 10. Birth ofcomputing 1940s
  11. 11. memexVannevar Bush; As We May Think; Atlantic Monthly; July 1945
  12. 12. Generation 3 (1964-72)
  13. 13. Arpanet: connections withredundancy (1969-1990)
  14. 14. Bulletin board system (late 1970s)
  15. 15. Ideology
  16. 16. Starting this Thanksgiving I am going to write a complete Unix-compatible software system called GNU (for Gnus Not Unix),GNU Project, posted by and give it away free toRichard Stallman on everyone who can use it.September 27, 1983.
  17. 17. On the one hand informationwants to be expensive,because its so valuable… Onthe other hand, informationwants to be free, because thecost of getting it out is gettinglower and lower all the time. Stewart Brand (1984)
  18. 18. Information Wants To Be Free. Information also wants to be expensive. ...That tensionSteward Brand (1985) will not go away
  19. 19. The Well: Whole Earth Lectronic Link(1985) stewart Brand & Larry Brilliant
  20. 20. Freedom 0: The freedomto run the program for any purpose. Freedom 1: To study & change the programFreedom 2: To redistribute copies Freedom 3: Improve & publically release the program Stallman’s Free software definition (1986)
  21. 21. I believe that all generally useful information shouldbe free. By free I am not referring to price, butrather to the freedom to copy the information andto adapt it to ones own uses... When information isgenerally useful, redistributing it makes humanitywealthier no matter who is distributing and nomatter who is receiving.Stallman (1990)
  22. 22. 1994, the first spam is sent over usenetFrom jesus to green cards
  23. 23. World wide web (an open standard)Hypertext in the wild - Tim Berners-Lee (1990/91)
  24. 24. Mosaic web browser (1993)
  25. 25. The Net interprets censorship asdamage and routes around it.John Gilmore (December 1993 quoted in TIME Magazine)
  26. 26. Johnson & Post (1996) Law and Borders - The Rise of Law in CyberspaceJulian Dibbell (1993) ARape in Cyberspace Law in a database
  27. 27. Governments of the IndustrialWorld, you weary giants of fleshand steel, I come from Cyberspace,the new home of Mind. On behalfof the future, I ask you of the pastto leave us alone. You are notwelcome among us. You have nosovereignty where we gather. John Perry Barlow (1996) A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace
  28. 28. Killer apps 1995: Browser wars
  29. 29. Dot-com bubble(1995-2000)
  30. 30. The rise and fall of edemocracy (1995-2000)
  31. 31. Code and other laws of cyberspaceLawrence Lessig (1999)
  32. 32. Information wants to be free – the radicalapproach
  33. 33. Napster 1999 (sued 2000)
  34. 34. Digitalization Internet WWW Fixed cost connections Storage Costs web2.0 Devices Social Media 
  35. 35. 91 % Access to the Internet at home83 % Access to broadband at home7% Never used a computerSource: Sweden Statistics 2011 (*Individuals aged 16-74)
  36. 36. From Usergeneratedcontent toSocial Media touserentertainment
  37. 37. Blogger 1999Google 1999 End of communications monopoly
  38. 38. 2006
  39. 39. "Out of this anarchy…what was governingthe infinite monkeysnow inputting away onthe Internet was thelaw of digitalDarwinism, the survivalof the loudest and mostopinionated.”Andrew Keen: Cult of the amateur(2007)
  40. 40. Normalizing the abnormal
  41. 41. Pessimist talk
  42. 42. This is not a phone
  43. 43. Always online
  44. 44. The end of boredom
  45. 45. Are those of us who remember the analogueage fortunate orunfortunate?
  46. 46. Remember this?
  47. 47. Monotask queuing
  48. 48. Not knowing
  49. 49. Waiting by THE phone
  50. 50. Social networks
  51. 51. Dunbar’s 150
  52. 52. Stimuli or relations
  53. 53. "If we dont teach our children to be alone all theywill be is lonely" Sherry Turkle
  54. 54. Private or Personal
  55. 55. “My fear is that thesetechnologies areinfantilising the brain intothe state of small childrenwho are attracted bybuzzing noises and brightlights, who have a smallattention span and wholive for the moment.”Prof. Susan Greenfield
  56. 56. Performance lifestyle
  57. 57. My awesome coffee
  58. 58. Truman show delusion
  59. 59. What does it all mean?
  60. 60. Old stupidity ornew intelligence?
  61. 61. Technology changes us& we change it
  62. 62. Who is in control?
  63. 63. Only technology(spot the ethical dilemma?)
  64. 64. What do the people who control whatwe can do, think?
  65. 65. What will they let us think?
  66. 66. A Squirrel Dying InYour Front Yard MayBe More Relevant To Your Interests Right Now Than People Dying In Africa Mark Zuckerberg
  67. 67. if youre not paying for something,youre not the customer; youre theproduct being sold
  68. 68. The weakest link
  69. 69. Performancegoes bad…
  70. 70. Channels
  71. 71. Medical news
  72. 72. Swedish employment law
  73. 73. The blogging policeman
  74. 74. The sexy Headmaster
  75. 75. Tough Questions
  76. 76. Knowledge vs Opinions?
  77. 77. Truth over time?
  78. 78. Friending &The purpose of formality
  79. 79. Will the introverts survive?
  80. 80. Google docs, gmail, facebook, doodle, slideshare…Pimping students, selling souls &losing control
  81. 81. Friending, following & Lurking
  82. 82. Criticism
  83. 83. Remedies
  84. 84. RTFM –read the license.
  85. 85. Law (it’s still there).
  86. 86. Policies and guidelines
  87. 87. Training, seminar, discussion
  88. 88. Be that guy!
  89. 89. THANKS!
  90. 90. Mathias Klang klang@ituniv.se or @klang67 www.digital-rights.netImage & licensing info in the notes section of slides. Images at www.flickr.com (or specifically stated). This ppt licensed: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA Download presentation www.slideshare.net/klang

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