Web 2.0 Tools for Teaching & Learning

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Welcome to our presentation on Web 2.0 Tools for Teaching & Learning. I’ll be using my microphone to communicate during this session so if at any point you have difficulty hearing me, please let me know by either speaking up yourself or using the chat pod. 1

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We’ll open our discussion with a fun little exercise. Click the picture of the office prank to visit a page that I set up with a web service that lets you make virtual Post-It Notes. Click the yellow square in the upper left hand corner of the page to create a new note. Note that you can resize, reposition, and recolor your note however you choose. Without including your name, please type one or more things or ideas that you value into your note. Observe the notes of your classmates and then report back here with a guess as to which note corresponds with which classmate. I will be participating in this activity as well. Which note corresponds to which classmate? Why did you choose those Values? 2

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My values: Creativity, Usability, Openness, Collaboration I chose these values because they are some of the main principles driving the Web 2.0 movement that has really impacted my life, and is what we’ll be learning about today. 3

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Here is an outline of the material we’ll be covering today through learning activities and discussion. 4

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As we all know, teaching and learning has moved online. This includes formal education and training institutions, as well as services that are being developed and used by individuals. 5

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Click the logo on the left to visit the Nov. 1996 version of the Society for Technical Communication website in the Internet Archive, then post some of your impressions of the site. Now click the logo on the right to visit the current STC website. In what ways has the website changed? As trainers and educators, it’s important to understand these trends and how to use them to our advantage. 6

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The goal of this session will be to achieve these learning objectives. 7

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This is an image from the Wikipedia article on Web 2.0 that shows some of the themes that have been associated with the term. Who has heard of the term Web 2.0? Lets take a stab at defining it.   Web 2.0 is not a clearly defined term, and the subject of much debate. It expresses a collection of interrelated ideas about a transformation in how the Internet is being used. Click the image to view a video that attempts to describe the Web 2.0 phenomenon, created by Dr. Michael Wesch, a cultural anthropologist at Kansas State University. It has been viewed about five and a half million times. Then report back here and post your impressions. 8

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This is Barry Dahl, CIO at Lake Superior College in Duluth, MN. He’s well know in educational circles for his Web 2.0 projects and commentary. Click his picture to browse this year’s list, then report to the class how many of the tools in his list you are familiar with. The Web 2.0 phenomenon has inspired countless online tools. Today we’ll take a look at some major examples, and come up with some ways that they can be used for training and educating. 9

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There are a number of popular social bookmarking sites, many of which have been around for a long time. You’ve likely seen icons like these at the bottom of many articles that you have read online, which allows the users of these services to easily bookmark that information using that social bookmarking service. Please tell the class how you currently keep track of online resources, and if you have ever used a social bookmarking site before. Social bookmarking is a web-based method for storing and sharing your bookmarks rather than just listing them on one computer. This offers the advantages shown here. As an example of these values, click the “Easily Shared” link to visit a collection of links that I bookmarked using Netvouz.com for a project I researched last semester. Social bookmarking offers permanence, centralization, and easy retrieval and sharing. [Screencast] This is del.icio.us, one of the most popular social bookmarking sites. Here you can see the main features that make up a social bookmarking site. Now you will have a chance to try out social bookmarking for yourself. Click the del.icio.us link to visit the site and take a couple minutes to search for an article on the topic of Web 2.0. Then report back with a link and description of the website, and the number of times that it has been bookmarked by the del.icio.us community. At the end of our session, the ideas that we generate today will be posted into a Wikiversity learning project so that this knowledge can continue to grow and benefit others. What are some possible applications of social bookmarking in training and education? 10

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Who has used a wiki? Who has edited a wiki? Who has created a wiki? For this exercise I’m going to ask you to work together to produce a drawing of a bicycle using the Connect whiteboard. What were some of the advantages and challenges that this process presented? How are these issues similar to those facing wiki projects? 11

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Wikispaces & Pbwiki are two of the most popular online services for creating new wikis. You can use these to plan a trip with friends, or create the world’s largest encyclopedia. Who has used Wikipedia, and what are some of the differences between Wikipedia and a traditional encyclopedia? Today we will be participating in this grand project, by contributing our ideas to a Wikiversity learning project. Note that I chose to create this project within an existing network of educational resources and information, rather than use the walled garden approach of creating my own wiki that no one outside of this class would ever interact with. [Screencast] Let’s try it out. Here is the procedure for editing a wiki page. Now click the Wikipedia logo to visit our learning project. Scroll down to Lesson 1 under Learning Activities and click the link. Now click the “Edit” tab and contribute a brief personal definition of Web 2.0. What are some possible applications of wikis in training and education? 12

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These are some popular websites that are used for image and video sharing. What makes these services so powerful are the Web 2.0 concepts of accessibility, taggability, and syndication. Please supply a word of your choosing. Any word at all. [Screencast] Now let’s take a look at the website Flickr. By searching for a term like “nature valley grand prix” tags make it possible for me to find multiple images of last years bike race through Mankato taken by many different photographers. Now click the Flickr link and try searching for the word you chose earlier, or you can choose a different search term that you feel drawn to, then return and report your findings. 13

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Please respond to this case study. [Screencast] http://weblogs.hcrhs.k12.nj.us/bees/ By using a blog to interact with other students from around the world and ultimately with the author herself, Will Richardson’s fourth grade class learned more about the novel they were reading than anyone else on the planet. I had a similar experience last semester, when an academic from Australia left an extensive comment on a course blog posting. Are there any tools we’ve explored today that you feel you might make use of in the future? 14

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Enjoy these additional resources. I highly recommend reading Mark Pesce’s speech. Remember, the ideas and discussion generated today will be posted to our living Wikiversity learning project. Thanks for participating! 15

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for Teaching & Learning

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One way to stay organized.

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Creativity Usability Openness Collaboration What it means for you.

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What is Web 2.0? Using Web 2.0 tools Social Bookmarking Wikis Image & Video Sharing Practical applications

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Institutions Individuals Web 2.0: What it Means for You Teaching & Learning Have Moved Online

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The Internet is Transforming Rapidly Web 2.0: What it Means for You

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Gain an appreciation for the contribution of Web 2.0 tools and principles to teaching and learning Develop a personal definition of the term “Web 2.0” Create a list of ways that teachers and learners can apply Web 2.0 tools and principles Identify Web 2.0 applications that will be personally and professionally beneficial Apply Web 2.0 principles of creativity, usability, openness, and collaboration by using Web 2.0 tools to Locate interesting information using a social bookmarking site Edit a Wikiversity learning project Use the power of tags to locate photos on an image sharing site

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What is… ?

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Web 2.0 Tools for Teaching & Learning Barry Dahl Chief Information Officer Superior College – Duluth, MN

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Always Available Easily Shared User-Vetted Better Organized

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Collaboration in Action

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Accessibility Taggability Syndication

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You have been asked to provide an online training session called Animal Photography. What are some ways that you could incorporate Web 2.0 tools and principles into the planning and delivery of the session?

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Our Wikiversity learning project List of Web 2.0 services for education Will Richardson’s blog A transcript of the best speech ever given on what Web 2.0 – The Human Network – will mean for us all

Summary: A presentation on Web 2.0 tools for teaching and learning, with a focus on training and education providers.

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