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Glorious Google EDTEC 572 Tech Tools of the Day Communication tools to support learning: One-way communication Support/extend/expand your own thinking/learning with RSS feeds (one way communication) Start your own blog to document your learning in journal format (one way communication)

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Glorious Google

EDTEC 572


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Tech Tools of the Day

  • Communication tools to support learning:

  • One-way communication

    • Support/extend/expand your own thinking/learning with RSS feeds (one way communication)

    • Start your own blog to document your learning in journal format (one way communication)

  • Two-way Communication

    • Subscribe to your classmates’ blogs and post replies

    • GoogleDocs to collaborate with others (two way)

    • Just for fun: Explore Bookr to create online books with Flickr images


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Why Google?

  • Easy to use

  • Extensive tools

    • iGoogle

      • personalization options

      • Expand knowledge with select RSS feeds

    • Blogger for sharing

    • GoogleDocs for collaboration

    • GooglePages for easy web authoring and publishing sites


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Getting Started with Google

  • Go to google.com

  • Select iGoogle in upper right corner

  • Use your gmail account to sign into iGoogle

  • iGoogle mini tour

  • AtomicLearning.com

    • Login: sdsu, Password:


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Customize Your Page

  • Personalize your iGoogle home page

    • Click on “Select Theme” (upper right)

      • Browse and click on a theme for header

      • Select gadget to keep or find more by clicking on “Add Stuff” (upper right)

      • Add 5 or 6 different gadgets and return to your iGoogle main page

      • Click on header bar of gadget to move it around

      • Consider your topics and add category tabs

        • Find the HOME tab, click on the “Add a Tab” hotlink

      • Return to HOME page to arrange gadgets


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Expand Your Own Knowledge with RSS Feeds

  • RSS feeds link to blog sites

    • News, Sports, Cooking, Edtec, Education, etc.

  • Some popular education feeds:

    • http://edweb.sdsu.edu/courses/comet572/feeds.php

    • http://www.kootmansclass.com/ (local teacher)

  • Explore and add to your page

  • If there isn’t a RSS symbol, check the end of the URL for the orange RSS symbol, click it

  • Organize your feeds under tabs to locate topics quickly


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Finding More Feeds

  • Find more RSS feeds on your iGoogle page:

    • Pull down menu “More --> Even More”

  • Select:

    • “Blog Search” and explore, click the RSS Feed orange icon or the letters RSS, opt to add those you like to your Google homepage


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Making Your Own Blog (optional)

  • Return to your iGoogle page, pull down menu “More --> Even More”

  • Select “Blogger” and follow the prompts to establish your account

  • Blogger Help is found at:

    • http://help.blogger.com/


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How to Post to your Blog (optional)

  • Find how to post to your new blog at: http://help.blogger.com/bin/answer.py?answer=41378&topic=12507

  • Send your blog URL toTerri and post it in theDiscussion Forum


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GoogleDocs

  • Return to your iGoogle page, pull down menu “More --> Even More”

  • Select “Docs”

  • Select “New” to create a document in GoogleDocs or “Upload” to transfer a document from your computer to GoogleDocs

  • After you’ve saved the document, opt to “Share” it with others. Share with [email protected] to fulfill the assignment (Note: do not use this email address for mail. I only use it to access Google’s tools)


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A 572 Project that teaches Google Docs

  • http://callawayinstructpack.googlepages.com/usinggoogledocspart2

  • A video on Google Docs:

    • http://masterschase.blogspot.com/

  • The online video showing how to manage files and folders

    • http://www.screencast.com/users/callawayk/folders/Jing/media/6b84e59a-d522-4268-9f72-07b066fa39e5


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More Videos

  • Opening up Google Docs: http://screencast.com/t/4Re8yRAKX

  • Google Docs interface: http://screencast.com/t/J67luePBQk

  • Managing files and folders: http://screencast.com/t/qY6mp1Cv6

  • Uploading to Google Docs: http://screencast.com/t/hLKMp4y7nvX

  • Creating Google Docs: http://screencast.com/t/CqMvqU0fwQ2

  • Sharing Google Docs: http://screencast.com/t/VnLzh0Xhwt

  • Accessing a shared Google Doc: http://screencast.com/t/4QNZ5u0D

  • Collaborating/Commenting on a Google Doc: http://screencast.com/t/Kgq5dN9FvR


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You can also use Google Forms to do research…

  • Create a survey using Google forms

  • Collect data

  • Google forms will analyze the results for you

    • Preliminary analysis of course

  • Example from the Digital landcape team

    • Click Formsshow summary


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This is how…

  • You simply create a new "Form" in Googledocs. It looks like surveymonkey, but is way easier and has no limitations on length.

  • Once the form is done, you can email it, or post it to a website to have people take it.

  • When people answer the form (survey), it automatically fills out the answers on the Googledocs spreadsheet for you.

  • You can edit, analyze, and administer the form through the "form" menu in Googledocs.

  • I linked our form (survey) to http://surveyofmyspace.wordpress.com. The password to see the form and discussion pages is


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Comparison Chart

of various online

communication

tools


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Finally, Tip or Trick of the Week

  • Each week, look for something fun or interesting in this section!

  • Bookr is an online book creator that uses Flickr photos. It’s part of the Flickr toys division.

  • http://www.pimpampum.net/bookr/

  • Some examples:

    • http://www.pimpampum.net/bookr/?id=930

    • http://www.pimpampum.net/bookr/index.php?id=1080


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Optional Practice

  • Set up and personalize iGoogle page with tabs

    • Find and subscribe to RSS feeds, organize them under your iGoogle page tabs

  • Set up Blogger account and start your own blog

    • Post your thoughts about these new tools and how you might use them to extend your knowledge or with your students

  • Use GoogleDocs to share a screen shot of your new iGoogle page with someone. Click on "Share" and select "As Collaborator." Instructions for screen shot.

    (FYI - I do not check this email account - it's only for access to Google great tools)


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