2010-11-30 CMTC Share Ideas

These are additional links for our "Platforms for Publishing" workshop from our Etherpad backchannel

Wes' wiki: 
http://wiki.wesfryer.com/Home/handouts/share-ideas

Global Education Conference recordings:
http://www.globaleducationconference.com/recordings.html

Online Stopwatch:
http://www.online-stopwatch.com/full-screen-stopwatch/

create your own Business card that can be texted: 
http://contxts.com/signup

Etherpad is a backchannel tool:
http://etherpad.org/

Our Etherpad for today:
http://piratepad.net/sharecmtc10

Clay Shirky: Here Comes Everybody
http://www.amazon.com/Here-Comes-Everybody-Organizing-Organizations/dp/1594201536

TextMarks Text messaging
http://lite.textmarks.com/

iPadio: http://www.ipadio.com/
ipadio allows you to broadcast from any phone to the Internet live.   Phone blog, collect audio data, record and update the world, or simply  let your mates know what you're doing - ipadio is integrated with Social  Media & Blogging platforms - can be embedded

wikispaces - educators get wikis with no ads
Google Sites
kidblog.org - site without ads
classroom blogmeister
edublogs
audioboo.fm

Misc:
- Will Smith's daughter got a recording contract because she put a video on YouTube
Willow Smith's video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ymKLymvwD2U
info on her rise to stardom: http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1647430/20100909/jay_z.jhtml
- Mayor in Oregon caused controversy through risque photos published to MySpace
http://blog.oregonlive.com/breakingnews/2008/01/risque_photos_may_lead_to_mayo.html

High Tech, High Touch
http://www.naisbitt.com/bibliography/high-tech-high-touch.html

The Book of Learning and Forgetting [Paperback
http://www.amazon.com/Book-Learning-Forgetting-Frank-Smith/dp/080773750X



Ways to Share Links
1. Put on chalkboard
2. Contxts (SMS message)
3. Email
4. Twitter
5. Blog or class website
6. Facebook
7. Paper handout
8. School website
9. Phone call
10. Verbally tell them
11. Marquee in front school
12. QR codes
13  Backchannel Chat (today’s meet)
14. Diigo or Delicious (social bookmarks)

How are these differentiated?
1- Technology requirements
-- digital divide / access
2- Setup differences
3- Portability or Durability (permanency)
4- Human interaction
5- Time requirements
6 - Mass vs. individual
-- one to many OR one to one
7 - 


Blog v Wiki
- blogs are responsive where wikis are collaborative
- blogs are more personal






Questions you have:


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