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Leonard Low Canberra Institute of Technology http://mlearning.edublogs.org [email protected] Progress… In Pictures! Capturing and Sharing Learning and Process using Photos, Videos, and Moblogs. It is sometimes said…. “…a picture is worth a thousand words ”.

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leonard low canberra institute of technology http mlearning edublogs org leonard low@cit act edu au
Leonard Low

Canberra Institute of Technology

http://mlearning.edublogs.org

[email protected]

Progress… In Pictures!Capturing and Sharing Learning and Process using Photos, Videos, and Moblogs
it is sometimes said
It is sometimes said…

“…a picture is worth a thousand words”

“Canberra Technical College” – 1950’s

http://flickr.com/photos/cit_canberra/1573227330

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in education?

…but how do we apply this wisdom

“Homework”

http://simonswritingroom.blogspot.com

but how do we apply this wisdom
…but how do we apply this wisdom

in education?

Picture?

1000 words?

“Homework”

http://simonswritingroom.blogspot.com

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Process.

Pictures can show…

Canberra Technical College First Aid Student – 1970’s

http://flickr.com/photos/cit_canberra

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Progress.

Pictures can show…

CIT Automotive Students – from Skills to Supercars

http://flickr.com/photos/cit_canberra

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Learning.

Pictures can show…

Food & Beverage Preparation & Service by CIT Students

http://flickr.com/photos/cit_canberra

pictures can show
Pictures can show…

Achievement.

CIT Graduation, Env. Design Exhibition, and Fashion Show

http://flickr.com/photos/cit_canberra/page105

and there s never been a better time
And there\'s never been a better time

to use media for teaching and learning.

(Please go over to the Whiteboard tab to participate in this activity)‏

10 Years Ago... Today!

Film cameras: expensive Digital cameras: free film and processing ; every imaging with unlimited reprint cost $$$! copying and sharing!

(add your thoughts on how media creation and sharing has changedin the last 10 years!)‏

now it s show time
Now it\'s Show Time!

I have a couple of cool tools you – or your students

– might like to try as ways to share your images:

Moblogs:a way of capturing and sharing photos using a mobile phone camera; and, if we have time...

Animoto : an online site that takes a collection of your images, and turns them into a professionally-presented video show

um whatblogs
Um.. Whatblogs?

A “moblog” is a “mobile weblog”

A website you own, control, and customise,

Where you can post stuff you create,

From your cellphone, PDA, or other connected mobile device: anytime and anywhere!

Let’s have a look at one!

http moblog co uk blog mobilelearning
http://moblog.co.uk/blog/mobilelearning

My testing and demonstration moblog…

wanna try it
Wanna Try It?

[email protected] > http://moblog.co.uk/blog/developingus

Yaay, of course you do!

  • Email a photo, video, or sound file (as an attachment) to:
  • [email protected]
  • And you’ll see it appear here:
  • http://moblog.co.uk/blog/developingus
  • You can add a text comment and a title in your message
  • You can email from your mobile phone or your computer
  • I’ll put this information on the rest of this session’s slides
  • – add something anytime!
so why moblog
So… Why Moblog?

Moblogging can be used as a fun and effective:

Individual learning activity

Formative assessment activity

Way to document ANY process over time

Group resource-gathering and sharing activity

Summative assessment activity

…and much more…

[email protected] > http://moblog.co.uk/blog/etoolsntips

so why moblog1
So… Why Moblog?

Instead of making notes like this:

[email protected] > http://moblog.co.uk/blog/etoolsntips

Your students could moblog like this:

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They could share images, sounds, & videos they create…

[email protected] > http://moblog.co.uk/blog/etoolsntips

So… Why Moblog?

…with other learners and experts everywhere…

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…using tools they enjoy…

[email protected] > http://moblog.co.uk/blog/etoolsntips

So… Why Moblog?

…to get instant feedback...

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…any time…

[email protected] > http://moblog.co.uk/blog/etoolsntips

So… Why Moblog?

…and anywhere.

here s just one example
Here’s just one example.

This is Darren.

[email protected] > http://moblog.co.uk/blog/etoolsntips

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Darren is studying advertising & marketing at CIT.

[email protected] > http://moblog.co.uk/blog/etoolsntips

Here’s just one example.

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This semester, he’s been asked to moblog examples of advertising and marketing that he comes across.

It’s an eye opening assignment.

[email protected] > http://moblog.co.uk/blog/etoolsntips

Here’s just one example.

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For the first time, Darren walks down the street, noticing how advertising works in his own world. How advertising works on him.

[email protected] > http://moblog.co.uk/blog/etoolsntips

Here’s just one example.

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That’s just one of the many things he reflects on, in his moblog.

[email protected] > http://moblog.co.uk/blog/etoolsntips

Here’s just one example.

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His classmates have their opinions too…

[email protected] > http://moblog.co.uk/blog/etoolsntips

Here’s just one example.

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…and of course, moblogs of their own …

[email protected] > http://moblog.co.uk/blog/etoolsntips

Here’s just one example.

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…so there’s plenty to talk about.

[email protected] > http://moblog.co.uk/blog/etoolsntips

Here’s just one example.

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(Even before industry professionals find the moblogs, and add even more ideas.)‏

[email protected] > http://moblog.co.uk/blog/etoolsntips

Here’s just one example.

are you getting the picture
Are yougetting the picture?

[email protected] > http://moblog.co.uk/blog/etoolsntips

(and there’s more than just pictures: you can also moblog with videos and sounds.)‏

create share anytime anywhere
Create & Share,Anytime & Anywhere.

[email protected] > http://moblog.co.uk/blog/etoolsntips

Moblogging is a way to make students reflect on howtheir area of study is part of their life generally.

It can also be used as a means of documentinga specific activity, such as a creative process or an assessment.

Pedagogically speaking, moblogging favours situatedand exploratory learning in a social constructivist framework.

perhaps that s why education everywhere is moblogging
Perhaps that’s why education everywhere is moblogging!

Singapore’s educational moblogging community:

http://www.campusmoblog.com.sg

14202 users.

1057 (educational) groups: (http://www.campusmoblog.com.sg/main/group_blogger.asp).

Wow.

Oh, sorry… only mobile-enabled for Singaporean residents. Sigh.

But couldn’t we replicate this for Australian VET???

[email protected] > http://moblog.co.uk/blog/etoolsntips

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[email protected] > http://moblog.co.uk/blog/etoolsntips

A group moblog: http://ICJYS1.campusmoblog.com.sg

In this moblog, a class of 13-year olds is documenting their development and production of a video on “Managing and Respecting Intellectual Property”.

Wow.

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[email protected] > http://moblog.co.uk/blog/etoolsntips

A group moblog: http://ICJYS1.campusmoblog.com.sg

Each photo represents a file uploaded instantly from a mobile phone. These “posts” are organised with the most recent addition first. Videos as well as photos are supported.

On this moblogging site, there is also a mobile-enabled chat facility. Group members can chat using either their web browsers or their mobile phones.

yes moblogging is cool
Yes, moblogging is cool.

Everyone’s going mobile.

Sites you probably already know and use – sites that used to be “web based” - are now offering mobile services which effectively make them moblogs…

Sites like these:

[email protected] > http://moblog.co.uk/blog/etoolsntips

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[email protected] > http://moblog.co.uk/blog/etoolsntips

Yes, (for example), flickr. It’s a moblog.

  • The picture-sharing Web 2.0 site, flickr, is a blogging tool. Each “photo blog,” collects and displays picture entries in reverse chronological order.
  • It’s also mobile-capable - you can upload pictures directly from your mobile device.
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[email protected] > http://moblog.co.uk/blog/etoolsntips

Mobile flickr.

You can upload photos to flickr from your mobile phone:

  • Using simple e-mail. Each account has a unique email address for uploading photos to it, and most mobile phones can send emails.
  • Using the mobile web version of flickr, located at http://m.flickr.com
  • Using a photo uploader program which can be installed on most phones.
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[email protected] > http://moblog.co.uk/blog/etoolsntips

Moblogging: amazing tools in the palm of your hand…

“Phenomenal cosmic power!Itty bitty living space.” – Genie, “Aladdin” (1992)‏

Old way

New way

animoto
Animoto

http://animoto.com

Upload or import your images; choose or provide

music; select a “mood”, and...

animoto1
Animoto

http://animoto.com

BAM!

animoto2
Animoto

http://animoto.com

The resulting videos are embeddable, downloadable,

and funky! Head over to the Media tab now to see one...

any questions
Any Questions?

Leonard Low

Centre for Education Excellence

[email protected]

Photos from http://flickr.com/photos/cit_canberra

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