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  1. Web 2.0 Thinking Tools: Considerations for Collaborative Brainstorming, Mind-mapping, and Storyboarding Web 2.0 Tools

  2. Tools to Support Collaborative Thinking • Created by Liz Sikes, TWU SLIS Graduate Assistant • For Students in LS5233: Multimedia Resources and Services, LS5333: School Library Media Center, and LS5443: Librarians as Instructional Partners • To support your use of these tools and to help you select the best tools for your own students • Revised by Dr. M. 2011

  3. What’s the difference? • Brainstorming • Mind-mapping • Storyboarding • From the least • to the most structured format…

  4. Brainstorming • Generates ideas or information about a topic in no particular order • Proceeds at a “fast and furious” pace • Captures all ideas, answers questions and allows for details to be added later

  5. Example: Brainstorm Created with Bubbl.us

  6. Mind-mapping • Organizes information about a single topic around central themes • Can be as simple or complex as need requires and time allows: • Show/hide multiple levels of detail • Prioritize tasks and next actions • Add images, attachments, and links

  7. Example: Mind Map Created with Mindomo

  8. Storyboarding • Places a series of events or main points in a linear sequence • Allows a team to rearrange the order as they add, change, or remove items in the sequence

  9. Example: Storyboard Created with WallWisher

  10. Matching the Task to the Tool

  11. Best Practices • New Web 2.0 tools are developed every day. • Stay current. • Always try out specific learning tasks with familiar and new tools BEFORE assigning tools to students. • Teach some tools and encourage students to experiment with other tools. • Give students choices once they have a variety of tools in their toolkits. • Guide students to tools that best meet the learning objectives. • Dr. M.