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The changing Web

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Social media - often referred to as Web 2.0 , or the participatory Web - is shaping up to be one of the most important tool sets available to support the promotion of change in education. Almost everyone, it seems, is using some element of social media in the planning, development, delivery, management or evaluation of teaching and learning. Yesterday's post can be found at this link.

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Watch Kiran Bir Sethi [link] no technology required Themes Complexity PKM Social Learning Work Literacy Threads Books Commons Communities Friday's Finds Informal Learning InternetTime Learning OpenSource Performance Improvement Technology Wirearchy Work jarche.com About Advertisers Clients Consulting Contact Français Key Posts Projects Toolbox Learning is Conversation Posted on December 1st, 2005 by Harold Jarche This is a remix and update of some previous posts. Social interactions help to put it all together for each learner. " —Nassim Nicholas Taleb, PhD. Jarche, H.

The survival of higher education (2): Changing times

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My two keynotes were conceived, written and presented over a decade ago in 2000, at a time when the Web was still in its infancy. I was certainly speaking for a time before the advent of what is now referred to as Web 2.0 or the ‘social web’. and provide some examples of current pedagogical practice using the Social Web. Essentially, the Web has become more social. 2008).

What tools should we learn?

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— Tony also asked that suggested resources be provided, so here are some, copied from our Work Literacy Ning site (2008), that is in danger of getting bumped off the Net due to Ning’s new pricing policy. Social Bookmarks. Perhaps the simplest way to start sharing organisational knowledge is with social bookmarks. Enter the social bookmark.

Learning 2.0 Formal Methodologies – More thoughts

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defined loosely as a combination of social networks, collaboration, and the rest. Even with all the tools, such as being able to ask the community for an answer, social bookmarking and those around folksonomies, there are limits to what I can access (what I find) and experience (what all do I really get my community to respond and mentor me on). Instructional Design Learning Theory Social ConstructivismI thought that this was an interesting attempt, even if I would not subscribe to it wholeheartedly. tools to do Learning 1.0 tasks. Learning 2.0 Certainly.

X.Os in Learning and Technology

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has facilitated for us the power to network and to leverage collective insight through social networks, learning 2.0 The most fundamental elements of this new generation are user-generated content, social networking, mashups and remixable data sources. Social Networking. enables us to create digital social networks, virtual communities of people irrespective of who and where they are. This new way of classifying information, the personalized or group taxonomy, is called Folksonomy (more popularly known as social bookmarking or tagging). Gen 1.O

The Horizon Report (2007 Edition)

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285KB, 32 pages) & HTML version Horizon Project (2008) Wiki WHAT? Examples: eTeC 40 - Text Technologies (UBC) , PennTags , uth TV , and Zotero Readings: Folksonomies: Tidying up Tags? Social networking may represent a key way to increase student access to and participation in course activities. Download 2007 Horizon Report (pdf. EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES? Any suggestions?).

The Horizon Report (2007 Edition)

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285KB, 32 pages) & HTML version Horizon Project (2008) Wiki WHAT? Examples: eTeC 40 - Text Technologies (UBC) , PennTags , uth TV , and Zotero Readings: Folksonomies: Tidying up Tags? Social networking may represent a key way to increase student access to and participation in course activities. Download 2007 Horizon Report (pdf. EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES? Any suggestions?).