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The Machine is Us/ ing Us Technology and Learning Conference October 5, 2007

The Machine is Us/ ing Us Technology and Learning Conference October 5, 2007 Jean Bennett and Tori Waskiewicz instructionaltechnology@ursinus.edu What we will cover The Machine is Us/ing Us - video Wink Overview of Web 2.0 and an online Directory Wiziq Free Mind

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The Machine is Us/ ing Us Technology and Learning Conference October 5, 2007

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  1. The Machine is Us/ing UsTechnology and Learning Conference October 5, 2007 Jean Bennett and Tori Waskiewicz instructionaltechnology@ursinus.edu

  2. What we will cover • The Machine is Us/ing Us - video • Wink • Overview of Web 2.0 and an online Directory • Wiziq • Free Mind • Wiki – Example created by a professor from Ursinus College • Poll Daddy • Scriblink • Notesake • Vuvox • Google

  3. Wink • Creates tutorial and presentation , primarily on how to use software or processes • Capture screenshots, use saved images, type-in explanations for each step, able to create user navigation or self running • Output formats: Flash, HTML, Standalone EXE, PDF, PostScript, HTML • http://debugmode.com/wink/

  4. Web 2.0 • http://www.go2web20.net/ • Tim O’Reilly’ definition of ‘Web 2.0: Compact Definition?’ • ‘Web 2.0 applications are those that make the most of the intrinsic advantages of that platform: delivering software as a continually-updated service that gets better the more people use it, consuming and remixing data from multiple sources, including individual users, while providing their own data and services in a form that allows remixing by others, creating network effects through an "architecture of participation," and going beyond the page metaphor of Web 1.0 to deliver rich user experiences.’

  5. WiZiQ • http://www.wiziq.com • WiZiQ (Wiz-IQ) brings students and teachers together regardless of the boundaries • Content - Find, share, download or upload PowerPoints on educational subjects and topics • Sessions - Schedule sessions with a single participant or a group, using audio, video, and whiteboard capabilities • Virtual Classroom - Teach and learn synchronously (No needs for downloads, it launches online) • ‘Members’ make WiZiQ’s community of teachers and students--an educational pool of minds to share knowledge with. • Send personalized invites to your contacts, e-mail your invitations to your web mail accounts, search for people with similar subject and topic interests and communicate with them to share knowledge and educational content

  6. Free Mind • Download: http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=7118&package_id=188772 • Free Mind is concept mapping and knowledge building software • Keep track of projects, essay writing, brainstorming, project workplace, research workplace • Works like Inspiration • Example: Link internal

  7. Wiki • Example from Professor Greg Scranton, Ursinus College • Students reluctant at beginning of semester • Became engaged after a few weeks • http://wiki.ursinus.edu/index.php/MCS370.A

  8. PollDaddy • http://polldaddy.com/ • Allows you to create polls and place them on your website or blog, or anywhere online that you can paste HTML • You can also place links to PollDaddy polls in your emails etc.

  9. Scriblink • http://www.scriblink.com • Digital sketchpad that users can share online in real time • Great collaboration tool for instructors/students • You can create your own personal board for free and gain access to features, such as: • Privacy: the board is all yours, open to who you invite • Dynamic Tools: Shapes, more colors, and a layout toolkit that allows you to add text or a grid • In-Screen Chat: when working with others, chat on the screen

  10. Notesake • http://notesake.com/ • NoteSake allows you to take your class/meeting notes completely online, enabling you to access them from any computer, at any time • Collaborate With Groups - enables multiple participants to collaborate on notes within one group • Pass Notes to People • Organize Notes - allows you to organize and search your notes by title, date, course and custom tags.

  11. Vuvox • Visual literacy “is the ability to interpret, use, appreciate, and create images and video using both conventional and 21st century media in ways that advance thinking, decision making, communication, and learning.” – NCREL • http://www.vuvox.com • http://www.vuvox.com/presentations/2436

  12. Google • www.google.com • Google Photo – Picasa web albums • Google Docs • Google Blog - Blogger • Google Calendar • Google Groups • Google LabsGoogle Desktop • Google Maps • Google Earth

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