Social Media & Digital Citizenship

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Lecture at University of Applied Sciences Windesheim May 9, 2011

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social media & digital citizenship :

*Image by 24752578@N02 via Flickr s ocial media & digital citizenship Lecture @University of Applied Sciences Windesheim (NL), May 2012 Dr. Thomas Strasser University of Teacher Education Vienna,@ thomas_strasser , www.learning-reloaded.com, # windesheim_stra

Vienna University of Teacher Education:

Vienna University of Teacher Education

www.learning-reloaded.com :

www.learning-reloaded.com

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Image by : POPOEVER (@ flickr )

Clip: Social Media Revolution:

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Quelle: http://www.webthreads.de/article-data/uploads/2007/04/web20_alexa_value_chart_3.jpg

Why Web 2.0?:

*Image by 40501877@N04 via Flickr Why Web 2.0?

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#1.: Web 2.0 is huge .

If Facebook were a country…:

*Image by 10749810@N04 via Flickr Source: Wikipedia If Facebook were a country … It would be the country with the thirdmost population .

700 billion:

*Image by 58782395@N03 via Flickr 700 billion Source: http://newsroom.fb.com/ = amount of minutes spent on Facebook per month .

60 hours:

*Image by 24586618@N06 via Flickr 60 hours Amount of videos that is uploaded on YouTube per minute . Source: http://www.youtube.com/t/press_statistics

850 million:

*Image by 38956013@N03 via Flickr 850 million Facebook-Users Source: http://thesocialskinny.com/100-more-social-media-statistics-for-2012/

465 million:

*Image by 35237097961@N01 via Flickr 465 million Twitter accounts Source: http://thesocialskinny.com/100-more-social-media-statistics-for-2012 /

Holland is Twitterati-Epicentre:

*Image by 30713600@N00 via Flickr 33 % Holland is Twitterati-Epicentre Source: http://thesocialskinny.com/100-more-social-media-statistics-for-2012/

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http://www.flowtown.com/blog/the-2010-social-networking-map

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#2.: Web 2.0 is Self-portrayal .

Lifestream:

Lifestream

You are the Internet.:

You are the Internet. Image by : license-free Google search Me .

My digital footprint:

*Image by 41919566@N07 via Flickr My digital footprint

Social networks et al:

Social networks et al Facebook

Social networks et al:

Social networks et al Twitter

Social networks et al:

Social networks et al Blogs

Social networks et al:

Social networks et al ePortfolio

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#3.: Web 2.0 is pedagogical .

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#4.: Web 2.0 is zeitgeist .

Web 2.0 is:

Web 2.0 is Clip

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#5.: Web 2.0 and Social Media are not t he same. (but that‘s not a big deal).

Social Media vs. Web 2.0:

Social Media vs. Web 2.0 37

The terms „Web 2.0“ and „Social Media“ are not synonymous. Many developments towards Web 2.0 are prerequisite for Social Media, though. (Voigt und Kreiml 2011, S. 10, transl. presenter):

38 *Image by 44457602@N00 via Flickr The terms „Web 2.0“ and „ Social Media“ are not synonymous . Many developments towards Web 2.0 are prerequisite for Social Media, though . (Voigt und Kreiml 2011, S. 10, transl . presenter )

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#6.: Web 2.0 is thinking differently .

Change of paradigm in the 21st century:

Change of paradigm in the 21st century

changes:

changes

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Credits : @ courosa

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#7.: Web 2.0 is practice-oriented .

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Change of Paradigm Edu -Apps Didactical talent, instead of technological expertise

Components of Edu-Apps:

Components of Edu -Apps Strasser, T. (2011) Strasser, T. (2011). „Edu-App-Komponenten“

Edu-Apps in the lessons a mini-selection:

*Image by 71923610@N08 via Flickr Edu -Apps in the lessons a mini- selection

Podcasts:

Podcasts *Image by 53328410@N00 via Flickr

Cartoons (www.GoAnimate.com):

Cartoons (www.GoAnimate.com) *Image by 43666171@N07 via Flickr

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Kreation Reflexion Kommunikation Multiplikation Kollaboration

Avatars (www.Voki.com):

Avatars (www.Voki.com) *Image by 31096745@N08 via Flickr

Tagclouds (www.Wordle.net):

Tagclouds (www.Wordle.net)

Working with Google Maps (www.Tripline.net):

Working with Google Maps (www.Tripline.net)

Mindmapping (www.bubbl.us):

Mindmapping (www.bubbl.us)

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Microblogging:

*Image by 48600103384@N01 via Flickr Microblogging

Social Bookmarking:

Social Bookmarking *Image by 74153077@N07 via Flickr *Image by 40771862@N08 via Flickr

Media Sharing:

*Image by 60281550@N00 via Flickr Media Sharing

Social Networking:

Social Networking *Image by 18090920@N07 via Flickr

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#8.: Web 2.0 is fast.

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#8.: Web 2.0 is Follower Power.

Arab spring:

*Image by 60992346@N00 via Flickr Arab spring

Occupy wall street:

*Image by 24150494@N03 via Flickr Occupy wall street

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#9.: Web 2.0 is just a hype ? ( and got nothing to do with learning ?)

The future!?:

*Image by 66652565@N00 via Flickr The future !? How will our kids learn ?

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Bizarre videos:

*Image by 21580875@N02 via Flickr Bizarre videos CLIP

Funny videos:

*Image by 58098765@N03 via Flickr Funny videos CLIP

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*Video by HDCYT via YouTube *Image by 59060456@N05 via Flickr CLIP

Showing talent:

*Image by 8450747@N02 via Flickr Showing talent CLIP

commercials:

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tutorials:

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superstars:

*Image by 49719980@N02 via Flickr superstars CLIP

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#10.: Web 2.0 is creativity .

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therefore…:

therefore … Web 2.0 is zeitgeist . Web 2.0 is a constructivist form of learning that considers mono- directional knowledge acquisition redundant in order to dedicate itself to a collaborative-communicative learning experience . “

All wired up to learn…:

All wired up to learn … http://www.flickr.com/photos/rosauraochoa/3256859352/sizes/z/in/photostream/

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Credits @ courosa

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#11.: Web 2.0 is also taking over responsibility .

Internet Safety:

*Image by 59345882@N00 via Flickr Internet Safety

advice:

advice ‘ Be careful what you share and with whom you share it , online and offline.‘ (A. Couros )

Private by default- public by effort:

*Image by 25672960@N00 via Flickr Private by default - public by effort

Internet safety for your job:

Internet safety for your job Credits : @ courosa

Cyberbullying.:

*Image by 50715604@N07 via Flickr Cyberbullying .

Web 2.0 is mainstream:

Web 2.0 is mainstream *Image by 29701778@N05 via Flickr *Image by 40603140@N07 via Flickr *Image by 40603140@N07 via Flickr

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Blended Learning (supporting friend, not a replacing enemy)

Blended Learning:

*Image by 35468158048@N01 via Flickr Blended Learning as a possible approach against the Digital Divide

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Web 2.0 is : communication .

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Web 2.0 is : c ollaboration .

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Web 2.0 is : multiplication .

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Web 2.0 is : c reation .

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Web 2.0 is : modification .

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Web 2.0 is : reflection .

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Web 2.0 is : Thiking differently in the lesson .

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Web 2.0 is : Accepting new learning cultures .

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Web 2.0 is : Ideal partner for blended learning .

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Thank you for your attention!:

121 Thank you for your attention ! Thomas Strasser Pädagogische Hochschule Wien www.learning-reloaded.com www.eportfolio.or.at thomas.strasser@phwien.ac.at @ thomas_strasser

Special credits:

Special credits Dr. Alec Couros @ courosa George Couros @ gcouros for kindly offering me the permission to use some of their slides . Thank you ! Parts of the presentation inspired by CC- presentation : http://www.slideshare.net/mzkagan/what-the-fk-is-social-media-now-4747637

References:

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