Tech NO overload . BESIG IATEFL Dodge presentation

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Trying to keep up with too many tweets? Ever felt guilty of providing learners with too many interesting links? Baffled by the array of notifications settings to choose from?

This workshop will look at efficient ways of managing the increased flow of online information and offer practical suggestions on “information management” for all educators interested in using the web for their own professional development or for blended learning programmes.

A range of web tools (Diigo, Hootsuite, LinkedIn, Netvibes, English360) as well as tips on how to choose custom settings, personal dashboards and filters will be shared. During the session we will look at
• Collecting & monitoring your favourite blogs, links and online discussions;
• Spreading messages & important tweets;
• Organising tabs, highlighting & remembering essential bits of the web.
Hope the slides help to find out how to use the web to retrieve, share and access interesting stuff and cut down on the hours you spend looking for things!

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  • too much interesting stufftoo long retrieving stuff web-enhanced learning inter-related links and networkslike-minded professionals overabundance disorientated - > lack of responsiveness Alvin Toffle (1970) Future Shock Betram Gross (1964) The Managing of Organisations
  • You Replace “I” with “learners” Replace “it” with “stuff” or replace with “flow”
  • You
  • Personal perspectives
  • tools to support the flow
  • sow - > water - > develop - >harvest
  • At a glance Menu -> select Tabbed sharing
  • Activity: learner blogs / favourite sites / choose / discuss
  • Activity: learner blogs / favourite sites / choose / discuss
  • too much interesting stufftoo long retrieving stuff web-enhanced learning inter-related links and networkslike-minded professionals overabundance disorientated - > lack of responsiveness Alvin Toffle (1970) Future Shock Betram Gross (1964) The Managing of Organisations
  • You
  • tools to support the flow
  • Tech NO overload . BESIG IATEFL Dodge presentation

    1. 1. Tech NO overload <ul><li>24th IATEFL BESIG Conference </li></ul><ul><li>Dubrovnik , Croatia - 19 November 2011 </li></ul><ul><li>Valentina Dodge @vale360 </li></ul>
    2. 3. I find it again when I need it (Interesting) Online “information”
    3. 4. I find it again when I need it . I feel overwhelmed by the amount of it. When I find it, I share it. I feel I don’t have enough time for it. I collect and store it. I filter it. I sometimes feel lost. (Interesting) online information
    4. 5. Personal perspective Professional development Life-long learning Online tags & tabs Liquid energy
    5. 6. Irrigate Control Regulate Grow stream
    6. 7. Irrigate
    7. 8. Diigo http://www.diigo.com/
    8. 9. Diigolet
    9. 10. Read later!
    10. 11. Social bookmarking
    11. 12. My groups
    12. 13. Group updates
    13. 14. Social bookmarking http://www.diigo.com/user/vale24
    14. 15. Learning activity
    15. 16. Highlight & ideas from http://www.guardian.co.uk/education/2011/nov/08/business-english-lacks-professionalism
    16. 17. Exchange experiences & share opinions from http://www.guardian.co.uk/education/2011/nov/08/business-english-lacks-professionalism
    17. 18. Follow the discussion
    18. 19. Control the flow
    19. 20. Netvibes http://www.netvibes.com/
    20. 21. Stuff that matters to me
    21. 22. My tabs
    22. 23. Shared tabs
    23. 24. Regulate the flow
    24. 25. Hootsuite http://www.hootsuite.com/
    25. 26. Multiple accounts personalised settings
    26. 27. New conference dialogues
    27. 28. iApp
    28. 29. stream it
    29. 30. LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/
    30. 31. Choose your settings
    31. 32. Follow active discussions
    32. 33. Jump to recent comments
    33. 34. Filter updates
    34. 35. Interact with like-minded people
    35. 36. co-create blended growing environment
    36. 37. English360 http://www.english360.com/
    37. 38. Personalise
    38. 39. Two-way private feedback
    39. 40. Extend classroom
    40. 41. Blend
    41. 43. Share organisation styles Discuss preferences & habits For example: Your desktop Your folder management Labels you use Browsing preferences Tag yourself Learning activities
    42. 44. Ripple
    43. 45. Recap
    44. 46. Thank you! www.english360.com [email_address] <ul><ul><li>24th IATEFL BESIG Conference </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Dubrovnik, Croatia - 19 November 2011 </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Valentina Dodge - Twitter @vale360 </li></ul></ul>

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