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PLCALL web tools

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Learners' usability of Internet-augmented in-class learning

Katarzyna Rogalska
Maciej Pokornowski
CLES @ KFA UMK Toruń THE WEB TODAY TRENDbook 2013 Pokornowski D. 2013 Natalia Hatalska @ hatalska.com Hybrid learning??? Twitter & other SM in PL FB 13.4 m
NK.pl 8.1 m
Chomikuj.pl 6.3 m
G+ 2.3 m
Twitter 1.8 m :( > YT, FB, wiki, Blogger

> Go Portugal!

> primary – high school VS university/college /25% of Poles own smartphones

/that's 40% in the 16-20 age group

/a third of whom surf the mobile web daily How are these and other tools used by Polish "netgen" students??? the pilot >>2 groups of first year students of English

>>2 modalities ( ~5 pages):
A) printed handouts / dictionaries / tutor's assistance
B) CAL >>> pdf + WEB

>> content comprehension test
>> pre-pilot questionnaire on learning preferences + post hoc WEB tools analysis pre-exp questionnaire > modality preferred: visual (non-text)
> time: reading VS WEB Why is that so? Possible explanations:
> poor information literacy (Kirkwood, 2007)
> web gen fallacy (Bennett & Maton, 2010)
> tech determinism (Oliver, 2011) conclusions TEST BALANCE RESULTS READING v ICT web tools used
(probe: 33 subjects) 2,5 billion web users globally
2,7 billion “likes” daily
1,2 trillion searches run via Google last year
Skyrocketing VIDEO content:
4 billion hours viewed monthly via YT
4 billion videos viewed daily
72 hours of video content uploaded every minute!
→ that's a decade daily! BIG DATA source: Hatalska "Trendbook 2013" >The fall of old media
>All communication moving on-line
>1 billion active users on FB
>Mobile Web developing fast
>Horizontal websites declining
>70% of all WEB activity is Google
>WEB 2.0 → users generating content
>Growing values: collectivity, society, cooperation
>Ownership, cr: sharing culture/open source/ creative commons Smartphones.PL //social media clutter
//social TV
//app overload
//point&know + point&buy
//touch screens + gesture control HOT last year: HOT this year: \\\ IOT (internet of things)
*internet of objects
*connected object

\\\ wearable computers
*wearable tech
*smart clothing *quantified self *infotainment \\\ BIG DATA & security +facial recognition
+social screening
+online tracking
+predictive personalization
+predictive computing
\\\ humachines:
+vending 3.0
+digital retail
+nanosec culture \\\ hybrid world
>physical + digital = phygital
>on-off>RFID, NFC, GPS
>augmented reality (Google Glass)
>visual search

\\\ homo digitalus:
>>Access over ownership SM in PL [ Google suite: http://goo.gl/ZigS3

[ SM: tumblr / quora / pinterest / twitter / G+ / vine / foursquare / ...

[ Learners prefer:
*gamification >> "Gamestorming" Gray
*video content >> VISUAL
(not written or written minimally:
-> microblogging) TOOLS T1 v T2 means:
0,19 *more research needed
(Jones&Czerniewicz, 2010)

*edu techs to expand NM use @ Universities
(Selwyn, 2007)

*promote new media (Selwyn, 2006)

*select appropriate tools for specific target knowledge (Hui et al. 2007)

*attend NM/IT conferences
(infoshare/Gdansk next week) THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION :) Smartphonization of Poland t1 0.28
t2 0.76
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