Revision history for WeblogsAndWikisWeekOne2012


Revision [10664]

Last edited on 2012-01-15 08:30:31 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- Sign up with http://delicious.com, http://diigo.com, or http://pinboard.in for social bookmarking. Email your address to me and I'll connect to the aggregator. Grab the bookmarklet for your bookmark site so you can readily bookmark sites. Start bookmarking your movements and tagging what you find with #en3177.
Deletions:
- Sign up with Delicious, Diigo, or Pinboard for social bookmarking. Email your address to me and I'll connect to the aggregator. Grab the bookmarklet for your bookmark site so you can readily bookmark sites. Start bookmarking your movements and tagging what you find with #en3177.


Revision [10653]

Edited on 2012-01-11 07:28:23 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- Rettburg, chap 1: Blogging
- Levinson, chaps 1 and 2.
- Set up your smart phone for work for this class: twitter, bookmarking, blogging. Android and iPhone have apps for many social media services.
Deletions:
- Levinson, chap 1
- Rettburg, chap 1
- Set up your smart phone for work for this class: twitter, bookmarking, blogging. Android and iPhone have apps for that.


Revision [10651]

Edited on 2012-01-11 07:12:21 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- Install the wordpress bookmarklet. Under dashboard > Tools.


Revision [10640]

Edited on 2012-01-10 15:43:11 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
As you work through getting set up, be //annotating//, //remixing//, //repurposing//, and //sharing// what you're doing. Post on your blog your accounts of your work: others can learn from them. Post to Twitter when you make a new blog post, when you have a success, when something goes wrong. Read posts on [[http://www.erhetoric.org/daybook/ The Daybook]] - check in daily, follow the links, and comment on the posts of others to trade ideas and information.
- Locate and follow Jill Walker Rettburg and/or Paul Levinson on Twitter.
- Start following each other on Twitter so you can stay in touch for the course.
Deletions:
As you work through getting set up, be //annotating//, //remixing//, //repurposing//, and //sharing// what you're doing. Post on your blog your accounts of your work: others can learn from them. Post to Twitter when you make a new blog post, when you have a success, when something goes wrong. Read posts on [[http://www.erhetoric.org/daybook/ The Daybook]], follow the links, and comment on the posts of others to trade ideas and information.
- Locate and follow Jill Walker Rettburg and/or Paul Levinson on Twitter


Revision [10639]

Edited on 2012-01-10 15:42:00 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
Expect to get set up with a blog, bookmarking, and tagging on your own. When in doubt, just Google it, check The Daybook, or ask on Twitter.
You're getting set up this week, but you're also trying to learn as much as you can about using the social media tools for locating and gathering materials. You're learning how to incorporate links, how to add things to your blog and bookmarking site. You're getting comfortable with the social side of learning online.
- Demonstration
- Goggle it.
- Bookmarklets
==== Reading ====
- Levinson, chap 1
- Rettburg, chap 1
- Sign up with Delicious, Diigo, or Pinboard for social bookmarking. Email your address to me and I'll connect to the aggregator. Grab the bookmarklet for your bookmark site so you can readily bookmark sites. Start bookmarking your movements and tagging what you find with #en3177.
As you work through getting set up, be //annotating//, //remixing//, //repurposing//, and //sharing// what you're doing. Post on your blog your accounts of your work: others can learn from them. Post to Twitter when you make a new blog post, when you have a success, when something goes wrong. Read posts on [[http://www.erhetoric.org/daybook/ The Daybook]], follow the links, and comment on the posts of others to trade ideas and information.
As you set up and read the chapters, just google those ideas and issues and leads that strike you as interesting. Locate information, and bookmark what you find on your bookmarking site. Start tagging posts so you can find them and share them later.
- Locate and follow Jill Walker Rettburg and/or Paul Levinson on Twitter
- Set up your smart phone for work for this class: twitter, bookmarking, blogging. Android and iPhone have apps for that.
Deletions:
Expect to get set up with a blog, bookmarking, and tagging on your own. When in doubt, read up using a search on Google, check The Daybook, or ask on Twitter.
- Introductions
- Demonstration
- rss feeds, and personal learning environments
- Sign up with Delicious, Diigo, or Pinboard for social bookmarking. Email your address me. Start bookmarking your movements and tagging what you find with #en3177.
As you work through getting set up, be //annotating//, //remixing//, //repurposing//, and //sharing// what you're doing. Post on your blog your accounts of your work: others can learn from them. Post to Twitter when you make a new blog post. Read posts on [[http://www.erhetoric.org/daybook/ The Daybook]], follow the links, and comment on the posts of others to trade ideas and information.
Make a video showing how to sign up with Twitter or a social bookmarking site and let everyone know it's there. (Or locate a good, helpful vid on the same and share it on Twitter.) Write a tutorial on choosing a good weblog title. In a blog post, audio post, or video post, reflect on what it means for you, right now, to try to get things linked up. Create a diagram or map of how the interrelated parts of your developing network are connected using drawing software or pen and paper and scanning it. (see [[http://mcmorgan.org/blog/?p=1937 Bookmarking topology c Dec 2010]] #PLENK2010


Revision [10637]

Edited on 2012-01-10 15:27:39 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- Make a couple of blog posts using the tag #en3177. Anything you publish using the tag #en3177 will be aggregated on The Daybook. You can post about getting set up, about the readings for the week ... something that will be valuable to you in the class.
Deletions:
- Make at least one blog post using the tag #en3177. Anything you publish using the tag #en3177 will be aggregated on The Daybook.


Revision [10636]

Edited on 2012-01-10 15:26:16 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
Expect to get set up with a blog, bookmarking, and tagging on your own. When in doubt, read up using a search on Google, check The Daybook, or ask on Twitter.
Deletions:
Expect to get set up with a blog, bookmarking, and tagging on your own. When in doubt, read up using a search on Google, check The Daybook, and Twitter.


Revision [10635]

Edited on 2012-01-10 15:25:53 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- Sign up with Delicious, Diigo, or Pinboard for social bookmarking. Email your address me. Start bookmarking your movements and tagging what you find with #en3177.
Deletions:
- Sign up with Delicious, Digg, or Pinboard. Email your address me. Start bookmarking your movements and tagging what you find with #en3177.


Revision [10634]

Edited on 2012-01-10 15:20:33 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- Sign up with Delicious, Digg, or Pinboard. Email your address me. Start bookmarking your movements and tagging what you find with #en3177.
Deletions:
- Sign up with Delicious or Pinboard. Email your address me. Start bookmarking your movements and tagging what you find with #en3177.


Revision [10628]

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