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Bernie Goldbach presented an active lecture to a group of 43 third level educators attending the annual e-learning summer school in the Bolton Street campus of the Dublin Institute of Technology. This presentation complements classroom work in the Limerick Institute of Technology and draws heavily from the deep research of Catherine Cronin, an international expert in digital literacies.
This presentation involves the use of Office Sway, a cloud-based program currently used by most of the third level institutions in Ireland. Microsoft-Ireland assisted the initial phase of this project by offering a preview of Sway for third level review in early 2015.
The photo on the opening slide is the front of the Bolton Street campus, snapped by @topgold.
This active presentatipn by Bernie Goldbach is part of an hour-long focus on personal online profiles. It borrows heavily from research by Catherine Cronin in NUI Galway. The event used the #elss16 hashtag when running in June 2016. More about #elss16 at https://dublinelss16.wordpress.com/about/
This is an active presentation designed to leverage a BYOD audience. See the dynamically produced Office Sway at https://sway.com/ISMPfAuaaCgr56XZ
O365 is a campus service at the Limerick Institute of Technology.
O365 operates with higher levels of machine learning and discoverability.
Sway is part of an Office 365 (O365) subscription used on the majority of Ireland’s third level campuses.
This active presentation has a global reach already because of its accompanying Twitterstream and shareable content.
Digital Literacies and Digital Pedadogy provide important foundation elements of this presentation.
We will search for hashtagged identities using sociometrics. In this exercise, you are the machine emulating a machine learning activity.
Props to @dubsonaldson and @jsecker
Props to @kbonanno
Props to @jeremybwilliams and his take on Open Badges.
Digital Literacies feature in the annual ICT in Education Conference held in Thurles every spring.
Henry Jenkins coined the term “participatory culture” before the iPhone was invented. Jenkins, Henry. Convergence Culture:Where Old and New Media Collide, New York University Press, 2006. ISBN 0-8147-4281-5
We can follow relevant conversations and connect with communities of practice by engaging with networked publics.
We should know how to manage and detect these footprints.
Third Space in a classroom is where students' cultural capital merges with content of the curriculum as students support their arguments in literature discussions.
Skerrett associates Third Space with a multiliteracies approach. Skerrett, Allison (January 2010). "Lolita, Facebook, and the Third Space of Literacy Teacher Education". Education studies 46 (1): 67–84.
Tactics used by @catherinecronin in her third level teaching practice.
Third Space in higher education as depicted by Catherine Cronin and Alec Couros.
Brilliantly illustrated by Giulia Forsythe at #BrockU.
Twitter is a major source of education news and digital media collaboration in Ireland.
We’re inclined to use apps and are in the habit of looking for popular apps.
The App Generation by Howard Gardner and Katie Davis, Yale University Press, 2013 ISBN-13: 978-0300199185 http://www.amazon.com/App-Generation-Gardner-Howard-ebook/dp/B00FOR57R0/tag=Topgold-20
You are who you are affiliated with.
Result generated when looking for “Bernie Goldbach” and “about” on Google.
Result generated when looking for “Bernie Goldbach” and “education” on Google.
Result generated when looking for “Bernie Goldbach” and “official” on Google.
Result generated when looking for “Bernie Goldbach” and “open” on Google.
Docs.com/Topgold shows a collection connected to the OneNote used to produce this active presentation.
elss16sway shows the public Sway. Elss16footprints shows the co-authored Sway. To edit, use a Microsoft account.
This workshop is part of an hour-long focus on managing your digital footprint.
Workshop participants also share their viewpoints about online identity and Office Sway.
This activity leverages manual data analytics.
This active presentation requires hands-on use of Office Sway with a BYOD audience.
You should be able to edit Sway with your institution’s Office 365 address.
OneNote contains a listing of tasks to be accomplished during the workshop.
If sharing your identity creates unease, just change your name in the co-authored Sway. Or change your attributes. Or both.
Participating by keystroke or by audio feedback are valuable complements to this presentation.
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This active presentation uses
This slide deck is
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Microsoft needs a
Main Workshop Tasks
1. If you have a Twitter account, sign into Twiangulate. If you don’t
tweet, use Google to search your exact name AND four affiliate
2. “Your Name” and “about”
3. “Your Name” and “education”
4. “Your Name” and “official”
5. “Your Name” and “open”
6. Manually determine a relevant result.
7. Share your result and “primary URL” on http://bit.ly/elss16footprints
Note: You Can Mask Yourself
Four #elss16 Products
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1. Write your contextualized attributes.
2. Write your primary URL.
3. Chat/tweet about affiliated terms.
4. Chat/tweet about Sway.
Originally Used Wolfram Alpha
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Wolfram Alpha used to display your social
graph from Facebook. But it doesn’t now.
Wolfram Alpha & Your FB Profile
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boyd, danah (2010) Social network sites as networked publics: Affordances,
dynamics, and implications, In Papacharissi, Z. (ed.), Self: Identity,
Community, and Culture on Social Network Sites, Routledge, New York.
Couros, A. (2014). Hacking education: How openness and sharing can
transform learning. In Coombe, R. (Ed), Dynamic Fair Dealing. University of
Jenkins, Henry. (2006). Convergence Culture:Where Old and New Media
Collide, New York University Press.
Skerrett, Allison (January 2010). "Lolita, Facebook, and the Third Space of
Literacy Teacher Education". Education studies 46 (1): 67–84.
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• Bit.ly/elss16footprints can be
• Bit.ly/elss16sway is view-only.
• Slideshare.net/topgold includes this