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  • Slide 1
  • Technology Enhanced Learning Environments Kara Monroe, Ph.D. Executive Director, Center for Instructional Technology
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  • Objectives What is it? Why would I use it to connect with my students? How do I use it at Ivy Tech? Wiki Blog IM iPods, MP3s, and other media Streaming Media Social Networks
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  • Wiki Streamed live from: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-dnL00TdmLY
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  • Wiki why use it?Wiki why use it? Group projects Better publishing options than the discussion board or a word document Ability for students to make comments Building a collective library Carries over from one semester to the next when you copy your course
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  • How do I use it at Ivy Tech?How do I use it at Ivy Tech? Within Blackboard Teams LX Great built-in assessment features Full revision history Can be exported and placed on another web site Other wiki products Twiki (available at Ivy Tech for admin use)
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  • Blog Streamed live from: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NN2I1pWXjXI
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  • Blog why use it?Blog why use it? Student journaling Faculty journaling - Announcements that can be directed to an RSS reader Ongoing team reporting A new format for discussion Allows richer editing Is more challenging to assess
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  • Blogs How do I use it at Ivy Tech?Blogs How do I use it at Ivy Tech? Within Blackboard Journals LX Choose the configuration options right for your particular application Grading is more challenging than with discussions Outside of Blackboard No other College option is currently available
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  • Instant Messaging IMingInstant Messaging IMing Instant messaging is like an email, but live (NCIS, Season 2, Red Cell). Stream available at: https://media.ivytech.edu/Gallery/Sqrt4qjyRYIGpk0Phttps://media.ivytech.edu/Gallery/Sqrt4qjyRYIGpk0P
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  • Instant Messaging Why Use It?Instant Messaging Why Use It? Connect with other faculty and staff, in your region and beyond Help students connect with one another Better connect with your students by holding regular office hours Focus student communications to times during your office hours Our IM tool has some great additional tools as a part of it voice, video, and application sharing with more coming soon.
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  • IM How do I use it at Ivy Tech?IM How do I use it at Ivy Tech? Pronto Register once Classes are automatically linked up Add your Pronto ID to your signature in emails to let others link up with you. Guide to Pronto is on the Click for Help tab Check out training from the Center for Instructional Technology
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  • iPods, MP3s, and other mediaiPods, MP3s, and other media Make content that students can take with them or use when they want. Lots of tools can be used to create these things free or for very little cost: AudioVideoInteractive Activities Audacity: http://audacity.sourceforge.net http://audacity.sourceforge.net Both Windows and Mac Machines also include a simple audio recording program JingProject: http://www.jingproject.com/ http://www.jingproject.com/ CamStudio http://camstudio.org/ IHETS Interactive http://interactive.ihets.org Both Windows and Mac Machines also include a simple video editing program StudyMate Available from Click for Help Merlot http://www.merlot.org Hot Potatoes http://hotpot.uvic.ca
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  • Streaming MediaStreaming Media Build your own and post to media.ivytech.edu Stream from YouTube, TeacherTube, etc. Get from other sources (search google for topic and video; look at textbook publisher resources Use sparingly Remember your first attempts will be difficult, but it will get easier ALWAYS HAVE A BACKUP PLAN!!!
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  • Social Networks - FacebookSocial Networks - Facebook
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