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JinWen Univ. Keynote Speech

Keynote speech at JinWen University Taiwan, 10/20/2009
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Chih-Hsiung Tu

on 12 February 2010

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Transcript of JinWen Univ. Keynote Speech

Chih-Hsiung Tu, Ph.D.
Northern Arizona University
USA
Emerging E-learning: Digital Social Technology for Learning Environments Monolithic teaching
Technologies that support control & familiar pedagogies
Sustaining technologies — like the interactive whiteboard
As teachers we choose… Technologies disrupting content delivery
Online learning disrupting traditional learning Characteristics of Web2.0 Network Learning Environments
Open content (creative commons sharing)
Open Education Resources (OER)
Microcontent—focus on small relevant elements
Personal Learning Environment
Customized Learning Environments
UGC: User generated Content
Participatory
Collective intelligence
Social construction of knowledge
Multi modals: Text, Audio, Visual Web 2.0 typically include Search
- ease of finding information through keyword search
Links
- to important pieces of information
Authoring
- create constantly updating content interlinked work
Tags
- categorization of content by creating simple, one-word descriptions
Extensions
- automation of the work and pattern matching by using algorithms
Signals
- use of RSS to notify users any changes of the content by sending e-mails to them
Digital Literacy Web 1.0
Web2.0
Basic literacy
Reading, writing, speaking
Information literacy
Access, evaluate, use information Media literacy
Analyze & create media products; from consumption to participations
ICT Digital Literacy
Apply technology effectively to solve problems Digital Literacy Re-creation of narrative
Transduction especially visualization of ideas
Dimensionality
Virtual worlds
Re-use & re-mix of resources
Annotation in a variety of media
Mobility: mLearning
Changing place & time, screen size, cloud computing
Social construction of knowledge
Locus of control & group participation Today’s Students Expect:
A learning environment that provides equivalent functionality as their social environment
Accommodate:
A mobile learning style
Support:
Media rich expression
Adapts:
Individual learning styles
Encourages
Collaboration & teamwork
Diigo ICT in the next 5 years One Year or Less
- Mobiles
- Cloud computing
Two to Three Years
- Geo-aware applications
- The personal web (personal applications)
Four to Five Years
- Semantic-aware applications
- Smart objects Resources http://delicious.com/tag/JinWen+Keynote
Subscribe RSS Contact Information Chih-Hsiung Tu, Ph.D.
Educational Technology, College of Education
Northern Arizona University
Chih.Tu@Nau.Edu
Web Site: http://jan.ucc.nau.edu/~ct68/
Facebook: ChihHsiungTu
Twitter: ChihHsiungTu
Blog: http://chihhsiungtu.blogspot.com/
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