Art's Digital Literacy Team Cloud

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Art Oglesby
12 January 2013

Digital Literacy

Tasks for team

Decide on tools for collaboration

Here is a link to a Wallwisher wall where you can post notes.

http://wallwisher.com/wall/oldsmooc

Here is a link to a Googl Doc workspace for Digital  Literacy. 

http://tinyurl.com/oldsmooc-diglit 
I left it open so feel free to contribute.

Create Clouds within the Digital Literacy Cloudscape

Choose Twitter tags

#diglit   #digilit   #jiscdiglit

Mindmeister map

http://www.mindmeister.com/244201495/digital-literacy

Share useful links

 Digital Literacy OLDSMOOC Scoop.it

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Will Pollard
10:01am 14 January 2013


I am joining this study group but continuing with the video production project. ( partly presenting a course, partly working out how to do it)

Sue Watling
2:24pm 15 January 2013


Hello Art

I thought I might update you with progress so far

I’ve set up a DIY Multimedia for Teaching and Learning Google Group at https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/olds-mooc-diy-multimedia

And posted on Monday’s task Learning design brainstorm inviting DIY Multimedia members to describe their own thoughts on learning design.

Please feel free to add a few thoughts on how you all approach learning design.

Also how are you all finding the MOOC? So far for me the Massiveness has been a bit overwhelming. I’m hoping once we are all in the same place then collaboration and communication may get a little easier! 

Sue

Art Oglesby
3:01pm 15 January 2013


Good morning Sue,

Yes, this MOOC is MASSIVE and overwhelming,

I think it needs an effective User Interface to more easily navigate.

I also realize I probably screwed up and called this cloud a Cloudscape.

I will probably rename this to Digital Literacy Team Cloud

Art Oglesby
3:39pm 16 January 2013


I created this wall that can be used to navigate and collaborate.

http://wallwisher.com/wall/oldsmooc

Joe Nicholls
4:49pm 16 January 2013 (Edited 6:23pm 16 January 2013)


Hi Art and others,

Since these proposed study groups -

Digital Literacy Team Cloud - http://cloudworks.ac.uk/cloud/view/7137
Digilit study circle - http://cloudworks.ac.uk/cloud/view/7326

have the same focus, would it make sense for them to join and close down/remove the  redundant Cloud?

Also, Art, it's a little confusing that the Digital Literacy Team Cloud (i.e., the Study Circle you've set up) is included in the OLDSMOOC Project Teams Cloudscape (http://cloudworks.ac.uk/cloudscape/view/2470) - I initially thought it was a project proposal in addition to the one you've already set up. Might be worth removing it to avoid confusion?

Joe

Art Oglesby
5:17pm 16 January 2013


Joe,

Good points.

I just read Yishay's plea last night to put the proper clouds in the proper cloudscapes.

I will try to get my clouds placed properly soon (although I need to go in to work just now).

The Digilit study circle referrenced by you might have the wrong link associated - I think it is http://cloudworks.ac.uk/cloud/view/7326 which is Sue's.

I think our teams are separate but have some overlap.

Are study circles for several project teams to collaborate or just for one project?

Also should the MyDeam cloud be the same as the MyProjectTeam cloud.

I am confused but will try to RTFM when I find it, lol.

Art

 

 

Joe Nicholls
6:22pm 16 January 2013 (Edited 6:23pm 16 January 2013)


My understanding is there may be many mappings from 'project team' to 'study circles' - for example, your proposed project team might explore a range of themes that are being addressed by a number of different study circles, e.g., the nature of MOOCs, digital literacies, social media/technologies, etc. Other, quite different projects to yours might share some of the same, but not all, interests and therefore frequent a selection of the same study circles. I feel some kind of visualisation might help us all understand how it should work.

Peter Cheer
8:05am 17 January 2013


Hi everyone, we really need some clarity here or we are in danger of going round in circles and losing participants simply because they do not know where the discussion is taking place. I just found this cloud by luck after posting this

I have complete a a scenario for Digital Literacy but am not sure what to do with it as we have not settled on a collaborative tool or workspace. I would think that this is a priority. Does anyone have some suggestions?

in the dreambazzar and the googledocs page...  I do not have the time to check multiple possible locations every day.

Peter

 

Art Oglesby
1:32pm 17 January 2013


Peter,

This is my first experience attempting to collaborate.

I do not like the looks of the Google Doc but it kind of works.

I, too, wish for one place for everything and everybody, including a user interface (navigation bar).

I am kind of getting this at http://wallwisher.com/wall/oldsmooc

 

Arosha K Bandara
7:03am 18 January 2013


Hi, I am part of a project team working on developing digital literacy in younger learners - see http://cloudworks.ac.uk/cloud/view/7385. Would it be possible to join this study circle as it seems very relevant to what we are doing? Sorry for being so late - keeping up with OLDS-MOOC is pretty challenging!

Art Oglesby
12:58pm 18 January 2013


Arosha,

Welcome.

The wallwisher link above is where I am putting stuff.

I am putting navigaion aids on the left, assignments and how-to in the middle, and resources to the right.

Peter has added his scenario in the middle, too.

Art

Sandie Gay
5:46pm 21 January 2013


Hello

I've found my way here from the notice on the Digilit Study Circle and keen to join you, although am stll finding my way round.

Sandie

Sandie Gay
5:49pm 21 January 2013


The wallwisher wall is filling up - anyone know the best way of making best use of what's on there for learning?

Art Oglesby
6:01pm 21 January 2013


Sandy

Hi. Yes, our wall wisher is pretty full, mostly my stuff.

If we are to do teamwork tasks we need to communicate, here for now.

I think the wall will scale so for now maybe you could stake out a spot way over to the right, or down at the bottom.

Art

Art Oglesby
5:27pm 22 January 2013


I am sharing my best "Digital Literacy" links here:

Art's Hearth

A gathering place where we can warm each other

by sharing our pesonal fires.

 

Art Oglesby
9:46pm 25 January 2013


I was really happy to see this resource show  up today.

Resource: Digital Literacy Facilitation cards

I want to team up.  Where is the hangout?

The Digital Literacy Group at Ning has 10 members!

Art

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