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"Managing Online Communities: An e-moderation collaborately constructed paper" de Teadira Perez y Raymond Marquina

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Presentación usada en WSEAS 2010

  1. 1. A Proposal (collaboratively created and edited document) for: Organizing virtual events. Guiding e-moderators to assist e-speakers during their e-presentations.
  2. 2.  Guidelines for moderating video-conferences. Results from a survey. Recommendations.
  3. 3.  Support academic events and/or activities using on-line platforms that allow users to communicate synchronously and work collaboratively through multimedia content (audio, text and video). Register the paper under the Creative Commons License in order to be used and validated by different people using on-line platforms. Analyze participants’ feedback and use this information to edit this document. Publish a final document, under the Creative Common License, edited collaboratively considering the feedback generated from different on-line scenarios and e-moderators
  4. 4. Gather educators SynchronousOnline video- worldwide to communication – conference share and real-time platforms discuss topics of communication. their interest and expertise.
  5. 5. To assist logistically and technicallythe e-presenter and the audience. Plan Organize Monitor Evaluate
  6. 6. • e-moderators make decisions about the agenda, the netiquette, the general guidelines, among others, to successfully runGuidelines on-line events.
  7. 7. E-moderators play multiple roles: are they really needed?E-moderators are needed – to facilitate communication and interaction, to guaranteeaccess to the e-platform and to manage it. Organized, motivating, encouraging, approachable, flexible and IT competent.E-moderators´ skills: only IT experts? Pedagogical role: they need to know how to pace the discussion and use on-line time and to be able to be polite and respectful in on-line written and oral communication Social role: they need to know when to use on-line strategies for interaction in order to introduce the audience to e-presenter. Technical role: They need to be confident in the operational understanding of the e-platform. Managerial or organizational role: e-moderators’ need to establish an on-line identity and show a positive attitude, commitment and enthusiasm.
  8. 8. Before During AfterSelect the video-conference Manage and administer the e- Write and share via socialplatform. platform effectively to allow networks a summary of the equal participation. main issues discussed during the video-conference.Configure the video-conference Have an alternative plan in case Find ways of hosting an open-session. technical problems may arise. forum to promote discussion between the e-presenter and the audience.Identify the e-moderators Have audio and text control.Define the e-tool that e- Socialize with the audience Download the video-conferencemoderators are going to use for while technically setting up the recording to edit it and create acommunication. e-platform before the e- reduced version. presentation and after the round of questions.
  9. 9. Before During AfterCreate a database to register Establish turn taking and the Upload video-conferences to athe contact details of e- protocol for the chat. video channel to create an openmoderators and e-presenters. repository.Elaborate technical guidelines in Close the video-conference Ask for participant´s feedbackcase the e-presenter needs providing a final comment to the through an online survey.extra resources. audience. Evaluate participant´s feedback in order to edit these guidelines.
  10. 10. IT skills Plan ManageHave enough IT skills Organize and plan to manage and video-conferences administer the jointly with the e- platform. moderation team Be sure all the video- and the general conference material organizing is organized and committee of the on- uploaded to the on- Organize training line event. line platform before sessions with e- presenters before the video- the video- conference. conference. Plan Have an agenda and training sessions an alternative plan in with less trained e- case any technical moderators problem arises.
  11. 11. Experts in the areaand on-line eventsorganizers are stillneeded to usethese guidelinesand validate themin order to continueenriching thisexperience andopening windowsto the e-moderation world.