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Title: Applications of Social and Collaborative Technologies in Education


1
Applications ofSocial and Collaborative
Technologies in Education
  • Stephen Downes April 8, 2008

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Why I came to New Brunswick
3
NRC-IIT Moncton
4
The Fall Foliage
5
NAWeb 1996
  • Wu Centre, Fredericton

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Rik Hall
7
1997
8
TeleEducation NB
9
People helping each other learn
10
EduCamp Colombia
11
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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Taipei, Taiwan
13
Communities of Educators Online
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http//www.flickr.com
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http//www.google.com/reader
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http//www.facebook.com
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http//www.ning.com
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http//www.plaxo.com
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http//groups.google.com
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Communities of learners, where they need to learn
21
IBM Worldwide
http//www-05.ibm.com/cz/events/power6/pdf/Ton_Eng
bersen_Trends_in_microelectronics.pdf
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IBM Communities
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http//companycommand.army.mil/
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SWAT
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Second Life Communities
26
Edublog Awards
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The new technology - even games - supports
learning by supporting community
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Learning Communities
Photo Joyce Valenza and Dave Thomson. Photo by
Ewan McIntosh
http//www.flickr.com/photos/edublogger/840478703/

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Elements of Learning Communities(Circa 1997)
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Sense ofshared purpose
Pam Vesely, Lisa Bloom and John Sherlock
Key Elements of Building Online Community
Comparing Faculty and Student Perceptions http//j
olt.merlot.org/vol3no3/vesely.htm
Photo Frederick Noronha http//www.flickr.com/pho
tos/fn-goa/236214205/
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Establishment of boundaries defining who is a
member and who is not
Photo Loungerie http//www.flickr.com/photos/lou
ngerie/827362903/
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Establishment and enforcement of rules and
policies
Photo ClintJCL http//www.flickr.com/photos/clint
jcl/375585107/
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Interaction among members
Photo Jason Rhodes http//www.flickr.com/photos/j
rhode/2040911590
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Trust, respect and support
Photo Nina Jean http//www.flickr.com/photos/nic
asaurusrex/777759933/
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Group identity
Misanchuk and Anderson http//www.mtsu.edu/itconf
/proceed01/19.html
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Since then, weve learned
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Online communities are not as united as supposed
Photo Harold Jarche http//www.jarche.com/?p152
5
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We dont want our classrooms to be like
classrooms
Photo Inx http//www.flickr.com/photos/lnx/62571
30/
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Far from it
  • The challenge for educators across the nation
    has become how to design and develop a teacher
    corps and a school structure that allows for a
    school that operates in a completely different
    manner than the classrooms we experienced in our
    own education. - Sammon 2000, 2.
    http//www.stanford.edu/group/cubberley/node/2383

Photo Georgie Sharp http//www.flickr.com/photos/
georgiesharp/1180689591/
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Different levels of interaction
  • Communication - individualism
  • Cooperation - mesh, or network
  • Collaboration - unity, or whole

Misanchuk and Anderson http//www.mtsu.edu/itconf
/proceed01/19.html
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Which level prevails in Web 2.0?
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Learning in a Mesh
Collaborative
Cooperative
Image Noakes http//kolea.kcc.hawaii.edu/tcc/tcon
99/papers/noakes.html
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Learning in a Mesh
Collaborative
Cooperative
Many contents
One content
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Interacting in the Network
Marc Canter http//blog.broadbandmechanics.com/200
8/03/how-to-build-the-mesh-1-id-social-graphs-and-
groups
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Interactive Content
Marc Canter http//blog.broadbandmechanics.com/200
8/04/how-to-build-the-mesh-2-persistent-ubiquitous
-content
46
Personal Learning Environments
Scott Wilson http//thand.files.wordpress.com/2007
/05/futurevle.jpg
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Personal Learning Landscape
Dave Tosh http//tesl-ej.org/ej34/m1.html
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PLE asFunctions in Social Media
Mohamed Amine Chatti http//mohamedaminechatti.blo
gspot.com/2007/06/my-plepkm.html
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PLE as applications
Marianne http//mlxperience.blogspot.com/2007/11/m
y-personal-learning-environment-model.html
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Essentials of Web 2.0
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User Generated Content
Content
Content as object, not subject
Photo Kbaird http//www.flickr.com/photos/kevlar/
1152595430/
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Syndication
Photo Orin Optiglot http//www.flickr.com/photos/
orinrobertjohn/170352038/
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Software as a Service
AJAX REST WSDL / SOAP etc etc
Photo Peter Renshaw http//www.flickr.com/photos/
bootload/243444537/
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Identity
Image Cedric Huesler http//www.flickr.com/photos
/keepthebyte/347821691/
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Office 2.0
http//www.downes.ca/post/43918
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Bookmarking - del-iciou.us
57
Calendar - Google calendar
58
Contacts - LinkedIn
59
CRM - Salesforce
60
Database - Dabble
61
Desktop - Google Homepage
62
Document Managementscribd
63
Email - Google Mail
64
Feed Reading - Google Reader
65
Presentation - Zoho Show
66
Spreadsheets Google Spreadsheet
67
Weblog - Word Press
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Documents - Google Docs
69
Drawing - Gliffy
70
Group Management - Ice Core
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Mind Mapping - MindMeister
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Photo Editor - Picnik
73
Photo manager - Flickr
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Web Conferencing - Vyew
75
Webcasting - Ustream.tv
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- Web 2.0 Applications Are Virtual Worlds -
Multiple users, avatars, user generated content,
persistent world
http//www.secretlair.com/index.php?/clickablecult
ure/entry/google_spreadsheet_as_virtual_world/
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Their contents are mobile
78
They belong to the user
Photo occ4m http//www.flickr.com/photos/occam/33
233905/
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They are shared
Photo Carf http//www.flickr.com/photos/beija-flo
r/1571916042/
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The key to community is not doing things for
people, but enabling them to do things for
themselves
81
Cooperative Learning
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The basic elements critical to cooperative work
  • positive interdependence
  • individual accountability
  • promotive interaction
  • social skills
  • collective processing

Johnson, Johnson and Smith http//www.maine.edu/pd
f/CooperativeLearning.pdf
are the basic elements of virtual worlds and
web 2.0
83
Software architecture that supports cooperation
84
Yahoo Pipes
http//pipes.yahoo.com
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Google Gears
http//gears.google.com/
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gRSShopper
87
gRSShopper Demo
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gRSShopper mapping
89
Changing Community
90
Community as Connections
http//www.edsupport.cc/mguhlin/archives/2008/04/e
ntry_6926.htm
91
Groups vs Networks
http//www.flickr.com/photos/stephen_downes/252157
734/
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Diversity
Photo Brandon Shegeta http//www.flickr.com/photo
s/brandonshigeta/1161603826/
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Autonomy
Photo Kenoir http//www.flickr.com/photos/kentura
mon/342946821/
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Openness
95
Connectivity
  • Interactivity, Emergence

Photo Jeff Safi http//www.flickr.com/photos/jef_
safi/225426814/
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Supporting Educational Communities
97
The idea of providing services
98
19 of the top 20 software applications used by
educators are free
Jane Hart
http//c4lpt.co.uk/recommended/top100.html
99
The Moodle Experience
Photo Pescosolido Library http//www.flickr.com/p
hotos/peskylibrary/175701858/
100
Dougiamas
  • A clear, obvious web site design
  • Demonstrations of the software
  • Simple but extensive documentation
  • Structured, easy-to-use forums
  • A central source code library

http//dougiamas.com/writing/edmedia2003/
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This is what we could do
102
There arecertainly precedents
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WikiEducator
http//www.wikieducator.org/
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Connexions
http//cnx.org/
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European schoolnet
http//www.eun.org/
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Joint Information Systems Committee - JISC
http//www.jisc.ac.uk/
http//www.jisc.ac.uk/whatwedo/services.aspx
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New Media Consortium
http//www.nmc.org/services
108
EdNA
109
Edublogs
http//edublogs.org/
110
Where are we in Canada and New Brunswick?
111
We have the talent, the expertise
112
Can we see the way forward?
113
Thank you
Stephen Downes http//www.downes.ca
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