Community 2.0 Seminar Agenda
10 June, 2011
- Welcome and Introductions
- Responsibilities & Expectations Overview
- Concept Overview & Sample Interactions (PowerPoint)
- Considering Internet Privacy
- Reviewing a Course Description Model on the Community 2.0 Wiki
- Creating your own Course or Project Description(s) on the Community 2.0 Wiki
- Accept the invitation to the Wiki on your e-mail
- Log in (see instructions on the Home page)
- Create a page for the course/project you plan to include in the Community 2.0 networks.
- For each page, please write the following categories (to be filled out later, as you plan the course[s.]). Or you may cut and paste them from HERE.
- URL/Web Address:
- Teacher/Project Leader:
- Quick Description:
- Fall Schedule:
- Tools/Platforms I plan to use:
- Course/ Project Objectives:
- Theme Tags:
- Others I plan/wish to connect to:
- Main Texts:
- Feedback and Evaluation:
- Watching Bloom’s Taxonomy in RadioJames Objective Builder
- Discussing Web 2.0 Tools Using Bloom’s Taxonomy.
- Reflecting on Discussion
- Please respond to the following prompt as a comment on today’s agenda in the Community 2.0 blog:
Think about the learning objectives for your students in a particular course or for a specific module or activity. What type of Web 2.0 tool seems the most useful to fulfill these objectives? Why? Or would you need another type of tool? What kind? Why?
Work for Next Seminar
- On Wiki: Complete your Course or Project Description(s) following Ximena’s Brave New World example by Friday, September 2, 2011.
- Submit a Syllabus and Tentative Schedule as attachments to your wiki page.
- Consider incorporating privacy and netiquette issues in your syllabi (see “Internet Privacy and Responsibility” for ideas).
- Decide on the best way how to grade your online component (see “Evaluation Styles for Online Interactions” for ideas).
- On Wiki: by the end of Tuesday, September 6, 2011, read the Course/Project Descriptions of other seminar participants, and make comments on their wiki pages.
- On Blog: Update Google Docs with your requests for computer labs.