Informatology: using web 2.0 in face-to-face sessions

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Published on June 20, 2007

Author: scottw

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This is a presentation I gave at the British Council for Informatology, looking at the use of technology within face-to-face teaching and training situations.

Informatology 2007, London Blended sessions Scott Wilson CETIS, University of Bolton & MELCOE, Macquarie University This work is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 licence

Using technology to augment f2f Why would I want to? Maximise benefits of scarce f2f time Acknowledge participant’s reality How can I do it? Overcoming barriers Access Connectivity Rendezvous

Why would I want to?

Maximise benefits of scarce f2f time

Acknowledge participant’s reality

How can I do it?

Overcoming barriers

Access

Connectivity

Rendezvous

A simple model I use… Self-organisation individualisation Attenuation Amplification Adaptation

What’s on offer? Pt. 1. Backchanneling: in-session chat Backchanneling: supported Collaborative notemaking Collaborative bookmarking Self-organising groups Post-meeting reflection & continuation

Backchanneling: in-session chat

Backchanneling: supported

Collaborative notemaking

Collaborative bookmarking

Self-organising groups

Post-meeting reflection & continuation

Backchanneling: In-session chat What is it? Using an IM platform to add chat within a f2f activity; lets everyone talk without disrupting a speaker How to do it: Any IM platform will work OK Using Gabbly or 3Bubbles enables chat to be contextualized without prior rendezvous (embedded right in the page)

What is it?

Using an IM platform to add chat within a f2f activity; lets everyone talk without disrupting a speaker

How to do it:

Any IM platform will work OK

Using Gabbly or 3Bubbles enables chat to be contextualized without prior rendezvous (embedded right in the page)

Backchanneling: Supported What is it? Adding an extra channel to the conversation for background learning and support, or for the meta-discussion How to do it Use any chat platform, but have a colleague or volunteer act as chat moderator and on-hand expert during lectures and presentations

What is it?

Adding an extra channel to the conversation for background learning and support, or for the meta-discussion

How to do it

Use any chat platform, but have a colleague or volunteer act as chat moderator and on-hand expert during lectures and presentations

Collaborative notemaking What is it? Using a wiki or similar tool to capture collaboration outcomes in real-time for future reference How to do it: Use any wiki and set up individual areas for specific collaboration if needed. Try to split into multiple pages to avoid locking edits

What is it?

Using a wiki or similar tool to capture collaboration outcomes in real-time for future reference

How to do it:

Use any wiki and set up individual areas for specific collaboration if needed. Try to split into multiple pages to avoid locking edits

Collaborative bookmarking What is it? Gather and share resources related to the session in real-time How to do it: Use any social bookmarking platform, set up and agree a special tag or tags in advance (or put in handouts)

What is it?

Gather and share resources related to the session in real-time

How to do it:

Use any social bookmarking platform, set up and agree a special tag or tags in advance (or put in handouts)

Self-organising groups What is it? If a session relies heavily on ‘deep’ group activity, you can use social software to have groups form themselves during other parts of the session How to do it Use a ‘white label’ social software platform such as Elgg. Inform participants that Elgg communities will be the basis of group activity Rendezvous beyond the name-badge?

What is it?

If a session relies heavily on ‘deep’ group activity, you can use social software to have groups form themselves during other parts of the session

How to do it

Use a ‘white label’ social software platform such as Elgg. Inform participants that Elgg communities will be the basis of group activity

Rendezvous beyond the name-badge?

Post-meeting reflection & continuation What is it? Use blogs to record personal reflections on the day. Collect them together to make a composite conversation beyond the event How to do it: Set up a tag for the session and share it beforehand. Use Yahoo! Pipes or similar to setup an aggregated view for the session.

What is it?

Use blogs to record personal reflections on the day. Collect them together to make a composite conversation beyond the event

How to do it:

Set up a tag for the session and share it beforehand. Use Yahoo! Pipes or similar to setup an aggregated view for the session.

OK class, turn ON your mobiles! “ If you'll set your handhelds to 'receive,' we'll be beaming out new lesson-plans momentarily” - cory doctorow, down and out in the magic kingdom

What’s on offer? Pt 2. Mobile link sharing: handout 2.0 Live recording and sharing Mobile social software for backchanneling

Mobile link sharing: handout 2.0

Live recording and sharing

Mobile social software for backchanneling

Mobile link sharing A QR Code is a matrix code (or two-dimensional bar code ) created by Japanese corporation Denso-Wave in 1994. The "QR" is derived from "Quick Response", as the creator intended the code to allow its contents to be decoded at high speed. QR Codes are most common in Japan, and are currently the most popular type of two dimensional code in Japan. - Wikipedia Use them to enable phone-scannable URLs on anything: handouts, name badges, equipment, exhibits… http://reader.kaywa.com

Live recording and sharing Mobile phones have lots of sophisticated media capture technology - audio, stills, video, text… And increasingly online sharing services with built-in mobile connectivity, or services like Shozu sitting in the middle layer Note that many services are badly implemented/deliberately crippled by various carriers so workarounds are needed m.youtube.com m.flickr.com

Mobile Social Software New local networking services being added to phones for social networking, e.g. Nokia Sensor, Mobiluck, Dodgeball… Enables mobile-based backchanneling without prior rendezvous

New local networking services being added to phones for social networking, e.g. Nokia Sensor, Mobiluck, Dodgeball…

Enables mobile-based backchanneling without prior rendezvous

Discuss: Can you use this? How? When? Wiki: publish your notes Jyte: make some claims Del.icio.us: share links (tag “informatology2007”) Gabbly chat away Nokia Sensor: play :-)

Wiki: publish your notes

Jyte: make some claims

Del.icio.us: share links (tag “informatology2007”)

Gabbly chat away

Nokia Sensor: play :-)

That’s [not] all folks [email_address] http://www.cetis.ac.uk/members/scott

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http://www.cetis.ac.uk/members/scott

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