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Webpublishing in Open Participatory Environments

 


 

Title

 

Webpublishing in Open Participatory Environments

 

Sponsors

TESOL Teacher Education and Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) ISs

 

Syllabus

 

Description

 

Blogs, podcasts and social networking tools are a convenient and highly accessible medium for multimedia web publishing and networking. They allow learners to create their own content and build their identity online through interactive spaces through which they can engage in reflection, open and participatory multi-mode self-expression with peers and experts beyond classroom walls.

 

Target Audience and Objectives

 

This is an advanced level workshop for teachers who have already experimented with blogs and podcasts either for their own use or with classes and who would like to extend their technical and pedagogical knowledge of these social tools, RSS and tagging to help learners interact with the web at large and create networks according to their own interests.

 

Before enrolling, you will be asked to fill in a survey. We will then invite you to join the group or redirect you to Blogging for Beginners or BAW07.

 

 

A Week-by-Week Outline

 

Pre-Session

 

Survey

 

Week 1 - People, Tools and Observation

Moderators: Barbara and Patricia

Socializing, open accounts and configure social tools, post photos and URLs on community map, discuss difficulties encountered, reflection and questions on personal blogs.

Round Table on January 20th (Saturday): Clarence Fischer

 

Week 2 - Aggregating, Mash-Ups, Publishing and Looking for Connections

Moderators: Barbara and Patricia

Aggregate other participants + some exercises with rss, opml, and tagging;

comment on blogs and/or bring discussions to your blog, find and/or produce material to publish on social platforms and discuss how to introduce them to the students

Round Table on January 27th (Saturday): Aaron Campbell

 

Week 3 - Connecting, Engaging in Dialogue, Reflecting on Practice

Moderators: Barbara and Patricia

Introduce Dekita.org + Exchange + Orchard, discuss project, recommended practice and how to use it for networking and student community building.

Round Table on February 3rd (Saturday): Alexander Hayes

 

Week 4 - Podcasting Projects, Tools, Innovations and Good Practice

Moderators: Graham , Scott and Nick

99 ways to use a podcast

Podcasting Tools Evaluation (podcasting software, audio editors, mp3 recorders, etc)

Good practice: learncasting, "podagogy", etc.

Starting student podcast projects

Podcasting Round Table webcast: Podcasting in Language Learning & Teaching (Guest speakers (to be confirmed) : Carla Arena, Joe Dale, Geoff Taylor, Rita Zeinstejer ) and moderators

 

Week 5 - International & Intercultural Podcasting, Skypecasting & Webcasting

Moderators: Graham, Scott and Nick

Intercultural Podcast Projects

Hosting & Recording Podcasts Live (VOIP / Skypecasting / Webcasting)

Connecting with Audiences

Audio vs Video

Podcasting Round Table webcast: Intercultural & International Podcasting Projects (Guest speakers (to be confirmed) : Anne Fox, Steve McCarty, Pete Travis, Tom Zurinskas, ) and moderators

 

Week 6 - Wrap-up

All Moderators

Conclusion & presentation of projects, discussion on personal blogs and evaluation session.

Participants will complete an EVO session evaluation.

 

Communication media to be used

 

Open Web Publishing Yahoo Groups: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/openwebpublishing/ - messages and announcements

 

    • Wiki: weekly schedule, instructions, links and tutorials

 

    • Community Walk: bios, photos, podcasts and stories

 

Flock: http://www.flock.com - social browser

 

Wordpress: http://wordpress.com - personal blogs and content management

 

Bloglines: http://bloglines.com - personal feed aggregator

 

Netvibes: http://www.netvibes.com - personal/class feed aggregator

 

Flickr: http://flickr.com - photographs and networking

 

43Things: http://43things.com - social tool

 

43Places: http://43places.com - social tool

 

43People: http://43people.com - social tool

 

Suprglu: http://suprglu.com - site aggregator

 

Podcasting resources: http://pod-efl.wikispaces.com/

 

Podomatic: http://www.podomatic.com

 

Odeo: http://www.odeo.com

 

Skype: http://www.skype.com - weekly synchronous sessions (all)

 

 

Moderators

 

Barbara Dieu - EFL teacher at the Franco Brazilian secondary school in São Paulo.Involved in collaborative projects online <http://tinyurl.com/exdfw> since 1997 and blogging since 2003. She moderated the 2005 EVO session on weblogging.

Personal blog at: http://beewebhead.net

Class blog at: http://lycee.wordpress.com

Open Web Publishing EFL/ESL project at: http://dekita.org

 

Patricia Glogowski - Patricia Glogowski teaches ESL at York University English Language Institute (YUELI). She has been involved in EFL/ESL teacher training in the field of technology. She is interested in meaningful uses of the newest technologies (blogging and podcasting) in second language acquisition. My blog: http://monitorhypothesis.typepad.com

 

Scott Lockman - Scott Lockman has been an English teacher in Japan since 1998. He is currently enrolled in the MA in TESOL program at Teachers College in Tokyo. Prior to coming to Japan, he worked in radio broadcasting. He has been podcasting since October, 2004 and was Japan's first podcaster : http://www.tokyocalling.org.

 

Nicholas Noakes - Director, Center for Enhanced Learning ( http://celt.ust.hk ) and Teaching, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST): http://ihome.ust.hk/~ctnick/ Currently developing a course for teachers new to Second Life with the New Media Consortium (NMC http://www.nmc.org ) on their NMC Campus in Second Life ( http://www.nmc.org/sl and http://www.nmc.org./campus ).

 

Graham Stanley - EFL Teacher and ICT co-ordinator at the British Council in Barcelona, Spain. He blogs at http://blog-efl.blogspot.com and is also involved with webcasting/podcasting at http://www.eflbridges.net as well as co-moderating the 'ELT Podcasting Yahoo group' at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/podcasting_elt/


Join this session

 

To join this group:

 

Before enrolling, please take this survey and we will send you an invitation to join the group or re-direct you to the other blogging session (only for this session)

 

  1. Go to: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/openwebpublishing
  2. Click on the blue button:
  3. Follow the instructions

 

Note: When you register for the group, you will have to be approved by the moderator. In order to reduce the possibility of "unwanted" members (such as spammers), please be sure to explain who you are and why you want to enroll in the session


 

 


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