"Social Collaboration Online - What Does It Mean?” Slides, Chat Transcript TLT Group's FridayLive! October 19, 2012 2:00-3:00 pm ET
Penny Kuckkahn, Nicolet Area Technical College
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Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:PennyK wants FEEDBACK about her work; tools!
Dale Parker:I want to keep up with what is going on in cyberspace with respect to education
flavio argueta:how to manage social networks. There is just so much information to gather.
Lynn Yeager:I'd like to know what ways there are to implement social media into library classes.
Dale Parker:yes personal connection
Deirdre:Is this Social Collaboration - What does it mean? that is supposed to start at now??
flavio argueta:not loose simple, to the point information.
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:PennyK - doesn't want to lose personal connections.. .. so wants tools that provide/support personal connections!
Dale Parker:don't want to "water down" the quality of education
Ilene Frank:Deirdre - Social Collaboration - yep!
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:PennyK - not lose new ways of connecting with people unavail otherwise
Beth Dailey:Hi Ilene, I'm not surprised
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:http://tlt.gs/blog http://tlt.gs/adobecintro http://tlt.gs/adobetechcheck
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:correctioni: http://tlt.gs/adobetechck
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:Full copy of this session (digital archive) will be avail to you AND slides AND transcript!
irene:I can help
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:This role, Voice of the Chat, is itself a useful model for interactivity in online sessions!
irene knokh-rejoining:ok i am back
irene knokh-rejoining:Hi Beth :=)
irene knokh-rejoining:finally got a normal headset that works;=)
Penny Kuckkahn, Nicolet College:Im okay.
Beth Dailey:Thanks so much irene! :)
irene knokh-rejoining:love the picture
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:No more apologies today, pls!
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:Seems these days, "2 year colleges" are not 2 year! Neither are 4 year!
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:PennyK - pre-college foreign lang taecher; online teacher; instructional designer; own children in public charter school in Wisc
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:Charter School - "Google Apps" - problem-based; professional learning community for the school led by Penny
Beth Dailey:that is so cool, your work with the charter school
irene knokh-rejoining:probem based learning-start in school before moving on to college
irene knokh-rejoining:would love to hear more about voicethread
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:PennyK - motivated to look into social communication/educ. online because of her own children's increasing usage of (mostly free) social resource tools!
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:[Many of these tools have yet to be discovered by lots of higher ed faculty]
irene knokh-rejoining:It's how you use the tools :=)
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:Use of QR codes in paper? map!!!!
Marc Boucher:Glad to see that Penny is doing all this cool stuff - I have learned a lot from her over the years
irene knokh-rejoining:Sharing everything, open education, learn from each other-use the tools interactively and productivey
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:3 defs of Social Media - construct, share, collaborate via Internet
irene knokh-rejoining:I've heard of Wordle-very cool
Marc Boucher:Wordle really is cool
Marc Boucher:I integrate it into blogs
Marc Boucher:I have seen people take entire books and put them in Wordle and see what themes come out
Beth Dailey:Can you share an example marc, maybe a link?
irene knokh-rejoining:Is anyone participating in the Global Ed conferences?
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:Joosten def "A virtual Place .. "...http://twitpic.com/2x199e #edusocmedia #wordle of What is social media? check it out!
irene knokh-rejoining:Penny,nk think that your topic might fit somewhere.
Ilene Frank:example sof Wordle here http://www.wordle.net/
Marc Boucher:Yes - sure - I need to find one though...
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:http://mrl.li/Qwy7ug
Ilene Frank:they did one of the US Constitution - It says STATES and President a lot! ;)
Rick Foral:Social media expand engagement across time and space.
irene knokh-rejoining:Think about the framework before the implementation-Penny
Marc Boucher:Oh my - Rick Foral is here - Long time no hear - I hope you are doing well sir!
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:What about people who are inclined to jump in first and then figure out what they're doing and why?
irene knokh-rejoining:sometimes, you have to have a blend-think of a loose framework and then start checking things out-start as a lurker
irene knokh-rejoining:(I mean learner-lurker-not creepy stuff). :=)
Rick Foral:Are social protocols set by teachers?
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:You've got to jump off cliffs all the time and build your wings on the way down. Ray Bradbury http://www.brainyquote.com/
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:http://scholar.google.
irene knokh-rejoining:and responsibility for rwhat you are developing :=)
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:http://mrl.li/Qwy7ug
Dale Parker:@steve I love that quote the story of my life
Jane Harris, UNC Greensboro:This sounds like Harold Jarche's PKM model here: http://www.jarche.com/pkm/
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:firstname.lastname@example.org @pkuckkahn
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:http://beta.mural.ly/ Sk8nLn
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:https://twitter.com/
flavio argueta:now following penny on twitter
Deirdre:I also use Diigo groups to encourage students to share resources
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:Collaborative mind-mapping tools?
irene knokh-rejoining:I like diigo a lot and use google collaborative tools a lot
irene knokh-rejoining:I also use twitter and yamer
Jane Harris, UNC Greensboro:I'm using Netvibes as a dashboard - but it lacks the commenting
irene knokh-rejoining:and delicious
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:Tools that allow people to comment, use WITHOUT CREATING AN ACCOUNT OR PAYING!
flavio argueta:just found this one for concept maps....http://www.instagrok.
irene knokh-rejoining:and tools that don't disappear
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:http://vocaroo.com/
irene knokh-rejoining:I remember the uproar over delicious bookmarking-i joined the uproar by the way... anyway, the service stayed on :=)
Jane Harris, UNC Greensboro:I've been using screencast-o-matic for video capturing the computer screen and YouTube and my webcam to video myself.
irene knokh-rejoining:jing can be collaborative (free 5 minute screen recorder)
irene knokh-rejoining:sorry, something just came up-must run. Thank you! Amn excellent and enjoyable presentation (and side channel discussion) =)_
flavio argueta:i c that happening more with mobile apps
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:TOOLS DESIDERATA: NO $, LIKELY TO SURVIVE, DON'T NEED TO CREATE AN ACCT; CAN USE A COMMONLY USED ACCT TO REGISTER/LOGIN/USE (E.G., FACEBOOK, GOOGLE ACCT)
Ilene Frank:Using those kinds of logins gives Twitter or Facebook a LOT of control over your stuff - I'm a little leery of some of that
flavio argueta:i agree Ilene
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:PennyK - OK if instructor must create an account if that will avoid having the students creaet accounts!
Qi Dunsworth:we have Yammer
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:Don't know what "Scoop.it" is... what is it?
Rick Foral:Learners must feel free to make mistakes as they learn. Does the public nature of some social media inhibit risk-taking?
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:http://www.scoop.it/
Qi Dunsworth:Scoop.it is like a visual paper collage
Jane Harris, UNC Greensboro:is there commenting on scoop.it?
Jane Harris, UNC Greensboro:thnx
Qi Dunsworth:example of scoop.it: http://www.scoop.it/t/the-
Deirdre:I use Scoopit as a newsletter for faculty on what in trending in education
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:scoop.it "Share Ideas that matterEasily curate engaging magazines.Effectively feed your web presence."
Jane Harris, UNC Greensboro:URLs??
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:www.scoop.it curating tool
Qi Dunsworth:is scoop.it a good tool for student to create?
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:Google+ sort of like Facebook; Google Hangouts - free video conferencing for up to 10(?) participants
Ilene Frank:Scoop.it is more for curation than creation ;)
Qi Dunsworth:Thanks Ilene!
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:http://www.google.com/+/
Ilene Frank:If you wanted students to scoop up some good resources on a certain topic that would work!
Qi Dunsworth:I see.
Qi Dunsworth:Diito. Quit FB twice.
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:PennyK =- no longer has Facebook acct!
Qi Dunsworth:and this time is permanent
Dale Parker:I think FB can be dangerous and collect garbage
Deirdre:I dislike facebook being used by schools
Irina Ivliyeva Missouri S&T:question. All of these tools duplicate themselves in function , at least in themajority of functions. Why use so many ? I prefer Skype, personally.
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:Blogger permits running a blog that can automatically produce a new Tweet for each blog posting http://tlt.gs/blog
Ilene Frank:I have a facebook account - but basically have stopped posting to it. Tired of trying to keep up with their privacy settings
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:Public activity vs. Private vs. Anonymous
Dale Parker:Hard to delete a FB acct
Qi Dunsworth:Diito. I want to control how much "personal" info. I give out in prof. network, not being dictated by how much personal info. taken into prof. network
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:Feel much different about Linked-In?
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:PennyK - CAN HAVE CLOSED/PRIVATE ACCTS WITHIN TWITTER!
Dale Parker:Linkedin better
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:PennyK "Blogging really puts you out there... thoughts, reflections..."
Rick Foral:Thanks Penny!
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:Irene - how avoid using too many tools/resources esp. that some duplicaet features
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:PennyK - likes esp. scoop.it for curating and Twitter for sharing
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:"Personal Learning Network won't begin until you begin sharing" - PennyK
Jane Harris, UNC Greensboro:what about Tumblr?
Irina Ivliyeva Missouri S&T:thnak you for sharing Scoop it with us! This is much better than filing aricles away in my mailbox!!
Deirdre:Start with an archiving tool like Diigo, then get into Twitter for knowledge building
Cynthia Wilson:Just a resource -- early findings from the League for Innovation's Getting Connected project on social media use in community colleges, available atwww.league.org/
Maureen G:Tools that allow people to comment, use WITHOUT CREATING AN ACCOUNT OR PAYING! TitanPadtitanpad.com/
Qi Dunsworth:I like yammer, esp. within a large org.
Beth Dailey:QI would you say a little more about yammer
Irina Ivliyeva Missouri S&T:Virtual office hours with Skype or Blackboard Illuminate. Myay be then students will contact the professor, without needing to physically come to your office!
Maureen G:titanpad.com is a version of etherpad
Jane Harris, UNC Greensboro:Google Reader?
Maureen G:yammer is a private facebook
Maureen G:diigo is great - make groups
Jane Harris, UNC Greensboro:I use Netvibes to aggregate both twitter and google reader
Jane Harris, UNC Greensboro:but that is PKM not social networking - I use twitter for that.
Deirdre:We didn't talk about wikis but we use that a lot for committees and researchers to work on documents together.
Jane Harris, UNC Greensboro:Google Sites
flavio argueta:can u create a group in yammer?
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:yammer.com looks like Facebook to many students; commercial free; can create internal network WITHIN yammer to protect participants from too bit open particiapntion
Maureen G:take a look atSalon from CMU
Qi Dunsworth:Yes you can create groups in yammer @flavio
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:Maureen = likes diigo and scoop.it as tools for building multi-way personal learning network(s)
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:Sharing "bookmarks"
Qi Dunsworth:@steve, it's actually "external network" to insulate students from the feed from the larger org.
Qi Dunsworth:you can also tag your own post, or search other people's posts by tag - in Yammer
Maureen G:see bit.ly/MYtutor where I have shared many of these tools and tutorials to use them
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:50 seconds remaing in which to share something from this session with some colleague(s)
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:30 seconds
Qi Dunsworth:Cabel Green
Qi Dunsworth:I know
Irina Ivliyeva Missouri S&T:Students resistance to learn - Anton Tolman
Qi Dunsworth:I want to learn more about CC
Jane Harris, UNC Greensboro:derek bruff on visual learning
Penny Kuckkahn, Nicolet College:I would love a session on visual learning
email@example.com:Derek is great!
Jane Harris, UNC Greensboro:Derek is working in this area right now.
Qi Dunsworth:Alex Pickett, love her
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:PENNYK - PLS PROVIDE FEEDBACK ON HER FRAMEWORK - ESP. VIA http://mrl.li/Qwy7ug
Marc Boucher:Thank you Penny!
Irina Ivliyeva Missouri S&T:Have to go, folks! thank you for another great session!
nikki:May I put in a plug for the Global Education Conference coming up ? Runs Nov. 12-16, 24 hours/day., 3-5 sessions per hour....thanks
Qi Dunsworth:@nikki, conference location?
Jane Harris, UNC Greensboro:screencast-o-matic - like jing - but don't need to create an acct - downloads as an mp4
Penny Kuckkahn, Nicolet College:I am signed up for the Global Education Conference - looking forward to it.
Beth Dailey:Is this on online confernce - Global Ed Conf
Penny Kuckkahn, Nicolet College:@Beth yes it is online
nikki:Main Conference Site: http://
Beth Dailey:Cynthia, would you like to say more about the League for Innovations
Qi Dunsworth:had to go, thanks!
Jane Harris, UNC Greensboro:thnx for this session - got to go...
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:PENNY - HOW APPLY THESE THINGS WITHIN CLASSROOMS...
Cynthia Wilson:www.league.org for information on the League -- look forward to receiving Penny's first draft of The Cross Papers next month. Thanks, Penny!
flavio argueta:TY-Enjoy ur weekend.
Sally Gilbert, TLT Group:That would be great!
Cynthia Wilson:Would love to do that!
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:FUTURE FRLV: 1. lEAGUE FOR INNOVATION (CROSS PAPERS?) 2. APPS FOR SOCIAL NETWORKING ONLINE FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES USING "APPS" - MULTI-PLATFORM FUNCTIONS/TOOLS/CAPABILITIES!
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:CROSS PLATFORM, CROSS DEVICE, CROSS PAPERS!
Dale Parker:You are not running out of steam LOL
Sally Gilbert, TLT Group:I'd love to hear about the Cross papers
Cynthia Wilson:The researchers would be good to include in a discussion about Getting Connected. Regina Deil-Amen at University of Arizona and Cecilia Rios-Aguilar at Claremont Graduate University.
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:ANOTHER FRLV: THINGS OUR CHILDREN/GRANDCHILDREN ARE DOING IN K-12 ALREADY THAT HAVE IMIPLICATIONS FOR HIGHER ED SOON!
Dale Parker:Bless U
Beth Dailey:Cynthia, I will follow-up with you. Thanks for your offer.
Cynthia Wilson:Great - thanks, Beth.
Rick Foral:Penny K. and TLT continue to open my eyes to new ideas. Thanks and see you again.
Beth Dailey:Good to see you Rick, thanks for joining!!!
Penny Kuckkahn, Nicolet College:Soooooo I want total truth how did you think it went.
Beth Dailey:Thanks Penny, for sharing new ideas and apps with me!
Sally Gilbert, TLT Group:It's time for this party to end!
Sally Gilbert, TLT Group:That would be a totally cool session!
nikki:Do have a good weekend and until next time!
Beth Dailey:I love hearing what is happening in the k12 world
Beth Dailey:older people, funny
Dale Parker:I sent a text to my daughter yesterday and she could not get over it
Beth Dailey:that's funny Dale
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:I remember when our daughter told us NOT to use Facebook... and then later when she told us it had become OK for us to do so!
Dale Parker:I am 71
Cynthia Wilson:Must go now -- thanks for the informative session!
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:THANKS EVERYONE! THIS WAS FUN AND VALUABLE!
Beth Dailey:how fun!