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Scribblar - Free Interactive Online Whiteboard The Whiteboard Blog - Supporting the use of technology in the classroom - Online Whiteboard Collaboration - Top 20 Social Networks for Education 0 Comments August 11, 2011 By: Aug 10 Written by: 8/10/2011 4:20 PM ShareThis Since I last posted on social networks a year ago, a number of new ones have been introduced that can be a huge benefit to education. Twitter - Far and away one of the most popular social networks around. David Kapuler is an educational consultant with more than 10 years of experience working in the K-12 environment. Alert to All Users of the Disqus commenting system: Because of a recent global security issue, the Disqus website recommends that all users change their Disqus passwords.

Etherpad Foundation Tech the Plunge What was Your First Tweet March 22, 2014 Yesterday I celebrated Twitter’s eighth birthday. Since a day seems to short to celebrate birthdays anymore, here’s one more Twitter present. Do you remember what your first tweet was? Of course not! Read the full article → Happy Birthday Twitter! March 21, 2014 Today is Twitter’s eighth birthday and Mashable posted a nice video outlining the history of Twitter. Read the full article → ASCILITE 2004: Augar, Raitman and Zhou - Teaching and learning online with wikis Naomi Augar, Ruth Raitman and Wanlei ZhouSchool of Information TechnologyDeakin University Wikis are fully editable websites; any user can read or add content to a wiki site. This functionality means that wikis are an excellent tool for collaboration in an online environment. This paper presents wikis as a useful tool for facilitating online education. Basic wiki functionality is outlined and different wikis are reviewed to highlight the features that make them a valuable technology for teaching and learning online. Introducing wikis Ward Cunningham used the word wiki (the Hawaiian word meaning quick) to name the collaborative tool he developed for use on the Internet in 1994. Figure 1: The Wikipedia wiki encyclopaedia home page Wikis can be used to facilitate computer supported collaborative learning, CSCL. How wikis work Wikis have two different writing modes, or styles of usage. Wikis have two states, read and edit. Comparing wikis Figure 3: Wikipedia in edit state Comparing wiki features

From Advogato to Zoopa: The ultimate list of social networks Facebook. Twitter. LinkedIn. These social networks we all know. However, they are not the only social networks striving for your attention. Memeburn’s already looked at the 29 professional niche social networks you should know about, and we also have a list of our favourite offbeat social networks. This list, however, is the ultimate list of all: As many social networks as we can find. How many are you on? Advogato, in existence since 2000, bills itself as “community site and social networking site for free software developers”. See also: Academic research community aNobii: Network for book lovers aSmallWorld: Private network for the “sophisticated and influential” AsianAvenue: Asian American community Athlinks: Community for athletes Audimated: Independent music community Bebo Launched in China, Bebo, an acronym for “Blog Early, Blog Often”, promises to “turn chaos into order by delivering real-time, chronological updates from all of your friends” social feeds.

Top Web Tools for Enhancing Collaboration 11/1/2010 By: By Özge Karaoglu It’s not news that collaboration is a proven method for effective teaching, and Web 2.0 has enlarged the possibility of peer collaboration to a global scale. What follows is some of the coolest tools you can use to kick-start collaborative projects in your district in any curriculum. ¦ AwesomeHighlighter is the easiest way to highlight texts on Web pages. When you finish highlighting, you get a link and share it with others. ¦ Board800 is a multi-user-shared interactive whiteboard with simultaneous access and drawing capabilities. ¦ CoSketch is another whiteboard that you can collaborate on to visualize your ideas and share them as images. ¦ Creately lets you create professional-looking online diagrams with your colleagues. ¦ With CubeTree, you can create wikis, blogs, profiles, and feeds for your groups. ¦ DabbleBoard is a whiteboard that enables you to visualize, explore, and collaborate. ¦ DoingText is a Web-based text editor for collaborative writing.

Prodageo Wikis for Everyone - Wikispaces Petite méthode des prises de notes collaboratives « Site compagnon des cours de François Jourde Je pratique depuis 2009 la prise de note coopérative du cours de philosophie. A presque chaque séance du cours, un élève est nommé “secrétaire” : il veillera à la publication des notes du cours de philosophie. Ce travail se fait avec en ligne. L’outil principalement utilisé est Google Docs, qui présente de puissantes fonctions de collaboration (commentaires de type "forum" sur toute partie du texte, historique des révisions, clavardage) et de publication. Voici le petit guide de méthode que je remets aux élèves (en le commentant avec eux). Quelles sont les finalités et les avantages d’une telle pratique ? N’hésitez pas à m’indiquer les (vos) bonnes pratiques ! Voici quelques copies d’écran de l’interface de Google Docs. image d'illustration du billet cc . Like this: J'aime chargement…

Rememble Faciliter la production d'un groupe de travail en ligne Recommander cette page à un(e) ami(e) Stimuler et organiser les contributions d'un groupe de travail Si vous avez déjà été membre d'un groupe de travail en ligne, vous savez qu'une petite fraction des membres seulement participe activement, et qu'il est indispensable que le groupe soit animé. Si vous avez déjà été animateur d'un groupe de travail en ligne, vous savez qu'il s'agit d'une tâche difficile, chronophage, et qu'on manque parfois d'idées pour relancer les contributions. Voici un texte qui fournit des pistes d'action très concrètes pour mieux animer un groupe de travail en ligne. Il s'agit de "Outils et méthodes pour faciliter la production collaborative dans les groupes de travail en ligne", qui a été produit par les membres d'un groupe de travail du projet "Imagination for People", visant à "Repérer et soutenir les projets sociaux créatifs". Trois fonctions-clés d'animation du groupe et de structuration des contributions Le chef d'orchestre L'attrapeur Le cartographe