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Integrating Web Based Tools into DART 1000

Jul 15, 2015

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  • Integrating Web 2.0 Tools into DART 1000

    Presentation for COPR 1123-01

    G. Pat RidgewayFall 2009

    Darton College

  • What are the tools?Web 2.0 tools are free, open-source, online, interactive technologies that can afford opportunities for students to become active contributors in collaborative activities.

  • What are examples? Examples of the tools include:BlogsWikisAggregatorsSocial BookmarkingPhoto Sharing and Photo EditingVideo Sharing

  • What are examples?Web-Based Word ProcessingWeb-Based SpreadsheetsPresentation ToolsPeer-edited fiction writing sitesDesk-Top ToolsSurveys and PollsSearch Tools

  • What are examples?Task Management ToolsOnline CalendarsContent Management SystemsMapping ProductsWeb Start PagesOnline Mind Mapping SoftwareSocial Netwoking

  • What are positives?Benefits of Web 2.0 tools:Cost effective (free)Accessible (students can access from any computer)Promote creativity, communication, and collaborationAccomodate diverse learning styles

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  • What are benefits?Accomodate the needs of diverse learnersHelp students to develop 21st century skillsHelp students develop skills needed to compete in the global marketplaceAllow students to share content

  • What are negatives?Resistance to learning about and using the emerging technologiesResistance to changing from individualized to collaborative learning activitiesInability to select the most effective tool for objectives

  • What are negatives?Being uninformed about or failing to comply with policies re: cyber ethics, safety, and security issuesFailing to become adequately informed about emerging technologies before evaluating them

  • How can tools be used?The DART 1000 or First Year Experience Curriculum affords many opportunities for students to work collaboratively to research, make presentations, and synthesize information about relevant topics

  • My favorite tools are:Wikis - accessible web pages that afford opportunities for students to create and edit pagesPhoto Sharing - sites for sharing, downloading, and tagging photosMind Meister - site for creating and sharing mind maps

  • Example of a Wiki Copy the following web address to view an example of a Wiki that a group of students in DART 1000 could complete as a project based learning assignment for the Health and Wellness Module.

  • Web address for wikihttp://thecolloborators.wikispaces.com/College+Students+and+Binge+Drinking

  • Photo SharingOne of the sites students can use for photo sharing in www.flickr.com. Students can upload, share, download, and tag favorite photos.

  • 1 way to use FlickrStudents can search the site for relevant, recent, or interesting photos to download for a presentation. Photos have been tagged to help the user find appropriate photos. Students could use the following for a presentation.

  • Student after 1 drink

  • After 2 drinks...

  • After 3 drinks...

  • After 4 drinks...

  • Mind mapping Students can use a mind map to show the relationships between ideas. Mind Meister is a site students can use for creating, collaborating, and sharing mind maps.

  • Example of mind mapPaste the following address for an example of a mind map:www.mindmeister.com/maps/show/35666914

  • A Final Word...All of these tools can be useful in helping students to create, communicate, collaborate, and share content. Many of our students are already using tools to create, collaborate, communicate, and share with friends. We just need to help them use these tools to learn.

    Integrating Web 2.0 Tools into DART 1000What are the tools?What are examples?Slide 4Slide 5What are positives?What are benefits?What are negatives?Slide 9How can tools be used?My favorite tools are:Example of a WikiWeb address for wikiPhoto Sharing1 way to use Flickr Student after 1 drinkAfter 2 drinks...After 3 drinks...After 4 drinks...Mind mapping Example of mind mapA Final Word...