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Collaborative annotation of images | speakingimage - 0 views

    A way to present complex material with rich visuals and a variety of annotations including wiki pages, notes, video, audio. Layers can be done thematically or by individuals
    A way to present complex material with rich visuals and a variety of annotations including wiki pages, notes, video, audio. Layers can be done thematically or by individuals

Mind Mapping Software - Create Mind Maps online - 1 views

    collaborative mindmap site - very cool. Limited tools in free version, and only allowed a few maps. But right now you can get a edupersonal year for $30 which I think is well worth it. It is a very cool tool
alexandra m. pickett

Cool Math - free online cool math lessons, cool math games & apps, fun math activities,... - 0 views

  • Bored with math? 
    • alexandra m. pickett
      this is cool

Collaborative annotation of images | speakingimage - 0 views

    An interactive tool for group annotations of images - great for art, maps, anatomy, diagrams and more. Allows embedded wiki pages linked to points within the image, advanced selection and highlighting tools, links to video within the image.
    This is a very robust tool, when it works. Early versions were not capable of handling too many people and the group function broke down. However subsequent communication with the authors of this software revealed they had invested quite a bit of effort in the new beta to overcome some of the early issues. I want to test this for my class.
Teresa Dobler

Social software and participatory learning - 1 views

  • learners are active participants or
    co-producers rather than passive consumers of conten
    • Teresa Dobler
      students work together in order to co-create content using online tools
  • mphasises active
    participation, connectivity, collaboration and sharing of knowledge and ideas among users
  • collaborative remixability
    – a transformative process in which the information
    and media organised and shared by individuals can be recombined and built on to create new forms,
    concepts, ideas, mashups and services
    • Teresa Dobler
      Students take in content but work together through various social sites in order to reorganize the material and make it their own - students are manipulating the content actively.
Joy Quah Yien-ling

Is Content Curation in Your Skill Set? It Should Be. - 2 views

    by David Kelly: Learning Solutions Magazine
Joy Quah Yien-ling

Curation as a core competency in digital and media literacy education | Mihailidis | Jo... - 1 views

    Why is the Diigo activity important? Ah, now I see it!
Diana Cary

JOLT - Journal of Online Learning and Teaching - 0 views

  • Traditional course management systems such as Blackboard, Moodle, or WebCT provide integrated solutions for faculty to post course content, assignments, and student grades.
  • They are often document-centered, allowing instructors to post PowerPoint slides, Word and PDF files, and other course content for students to access. In addition, many course management systems allow students to log in to check grades, submit assignments, or take exams electronically. The responsibility lies with the instructor to create the course content for students to download or access.  
Mary Huffman

Paper for the Web | Padlet (Wallwisher) - 3 views

    • Anne Deutsch
      I'm going to embed this in my ice breaker module and have students post a picture of themselves to create a "class photo"
    • Celeste Sisson
      This is a great tool! Love your idea!
    • Daniel Hacker
      GREAT TOOL!!!!!!!
    Create a wall and embed it in your class - students can post comments, links and documents
    Good tool for icebreakers or short discussions!
    Now we have been talking about this tool a lot this module right Mary!

    Good choice Anne.
Teresa Dobler

Using Technology as a Learning Tool, Not Just the Cool New Thing | - 1 views

  • Interactivity—whether it is with a computer, a professor, or a classmate.
  • They want it; they crave it.
  • cond, studen
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  • Second, students need to be able to use the technology
  • Third, technology must be relevant and interactive to the coursework
  • Fourth, technology must be used for a practical purpose—that is, taking the fundamentals and technology learned over a semester and applying it to a final project, where creativity and uniqueness is required and rewarded
    • Teresa Dobler
      Absolutely!!! Make it relevant, creative - apply not regurgitate!
  • Distance education and online courses don't work well with Net Geners—the social component of learning is required.
  • How the Net Gen Learns
    • Teresa Dobler
      What we need to know in order to teach our students...
  • taught himself
    • Teresa Dobler
      These individuals all have talents and expertise in multiple areas, and are often self-taught in at least some of them.
    • Teresa Dobler
      They learn by doing the work themselves, not being told about it.
  • wide range of interests
  • not locked into one thing
  • when challenged, they excel in creative and innovative ways
    • Teresa Dobler
      We need to challenge our students in this way!!!
  • doing hands-on work and working in groups,
  • Using technology only enhances the hands-on experience; it does not—and cannot—replace human interaction.
Diana Cary

An Exploratory Study on the Use of VoiceThread in a Business Policy Course - 0 views

  • Abstract: This paper reports on a two-phase exploratory study that involved student use of the asynchronous multimedia communication tool VoiceThread within a business policy course. In the first phase, students participated in a VoiceThread exercise consisting of an exam review followed by a survey on the use of VoiceThread. Of the 22 participants (from a class of 61 graduating seniors), 64% specified they would like to use VoiceThread for future learning activities, and 73% indicated they would recommend VoiceThread to peers for the purpose of delivering presentations. In the second phase, 13 of the 22 respondents to the first phase were sent follow-up questions to elicit their perspectives as to whether the use of VoiceThread satisfied Chickering and Gamson's (1987) Seven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education. Eight of the 13 students responded, with almost all responses being positive with respect to the Seven Principles. The results lend some initial support to the idea that VoiceThread can be an effective tool for facilitating learning activities in business and other courses.
Diana Cary

Digital Story Telling with Voicethreads - 0 views

  • Digital Story Telling with Voicethreads
  • An idea in the form of a basic lesson plan.  Students take their story and publish it by creating a Voicethread.  After they have created a Voicethread they can receive feedback and comment on other projects.
    This is part of Kenzie Waller's Lesson Plan to use Voicethread for Digital Story Telling

    Digital Story Telling
    Kenzie Waller
    Problem or Need:
    Students need motivation and excitement to practice writing.
    Developing a technology rich way to practice writing will engage students. At the end of
    the process students will have a published piece of writing with feedback from other
    students and the teacher.
    A real-world performance:
    All students need to be able to communicate using proper
    English in the form of speaking and writing.
    An instructional objective:
    Develop a technology-rich writing lesson plan that align to state standards and
    benchmarks. Also, using a professional critique process of their own work and the work
    of others using a rubric and recording comments.
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