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  1. Sharing an Education through Networks Walker Wellborn L20255786 EDLD 5362 Information Systems Management ET8019 Lamar University wbwellborn@my.lamar.edu http://walkerwellborn.wordpress.com/edld-5362-information-systems-management/

  2. EDLD 5362 Information Systems Management ET8019 Sharing an Education through Networks Networking in Education What facilitates learning in the classroom? Educational networks must be social, trustworthy and collaborative. What’s working?The use of a social networking technology for educational purposes is expected more by today’s students. Therefore teachers must participate to understand. What adds value? Schools must measure the dollar value of technology in how it competes for limited funds. Open source networking tools can meet those budgets and also adds to user productivity value (Solomon and Schrum, 2007, p.131).

  3. EDLD 5362 Information Systems Management ET8019 Sharing an Education through Networks Networking in Education What’s working in educational environments or for educator purposes? http://www.educationalnetworking.com/List+of+Networks BuddyPress, i.e., Students Circle Network, http://studentscircle.net/live/ CourseCracker, http://coursecracker.com/index.html Diigo, i.e., Classroom2.0, http://groups.diigo.com/group/classroom20 Elgg, http://elgg.com/ Grou.ps, i.e., iTeach Mobile http://grou.ps/iteachmobile Facebook, i.e., Edutopiahttp://www.facebook.com/edutopia Linked In, i.e., Teacher2Teacher Network http://www.linkedin.com/groups?home=&gid=1781430&trk=anet_ug_hm&goback=%2Egdr_1248882849098_1 Ning, http://education.ning.com/

  4. EDLD 5362 Information Systems Management ET8019 Sharing an Education through Networks Networking in Education What facilitates learning in the classroom? It must be social. The use of a social networking technology for educational purposes is expected more by today’s students. It must be safe and secured. It must be collaborative over the Web. Log in to share calendars, bookmarks, and create online learning communities using Web 2.0 or Read/Write Web tools (Marzano, 2007, p.149).

  5. EDLD 5362 Information Systems Management ET8019 Sharing an Education through Networks Networking in Education What adds value? The use of a social networking technology for educational purposes is expected more by today’s students. Teachers must experience professional development using similar technology as that that engages students.

  6. EDLD 5362 Information Systems Management ET8019 Sharing an Education through Networks Networking in Education What’s working? Diigo. A place for educators to share links, sites devoted to those interested in the practical application of computer technology especially Web 2.0 in the classroom and in their own professional development.

  7. EDLD 5362 Information Systems Management ET8019 Sharing an Education through Networks Networking in Education Diigo.

  8. EDLD 5362 Information Systems Management ET8019 Sharing an Education through Networks Networking in Education Diigo.

  9. EDLD 5362 Information Systems Management ET8019 Sharing an Education through Networks Diigo. Classroom 2.0 Share Web 2.0 educational links such as tags, bookmarks, annotations, and other educational networking and resource sites. http://groups.diigo.com/group/classroom20

  10. EDLD 5362 Information Systems Management ET8019 Sharing an Education through Networks Networking in Education What’s working? Ning. A inexpensive place for educators to create their own social networks, devoted to those interested in the presentation of student work, curricula, tutorials, and professional development in education and technologies.

  11. EDLD 5362 Information Systems Management ET8019 Sharing an Education through Networks Ning. Art Education 2.0 A global community of art educators exploring uses of new technology. http://groups.diigo.com/group/classroom20

  12. EDLD 5362 Information Systems Management ET8019 Sharing an Education through Networks Networking in Education What adds value? Schools must measure the dollar value of technology in how it competes for limited funds. Open source networking tools [such as those as Diigo and Ning] can meet those budgets and also add to user productivity value (Solomon and Schrum, 2007, p.131). Determine school or district goals and align anticipated project benefits of professional development (Solomon and Schrum, 2007, p.132). “Amid pressures on state, college, and state budgets, networks can be a significant way of sharing resources” (Mathews, 2004, p. 7).

  13. EDLD 5362 Information Systems Management ET8019 Sharing an Education through Networks Networking in Education Sources Art Education 2.0. (2011). Using New Technologies in the Classroom. Retrieved from http://arted20.ning.com/. Marzano, R. (2007) Cooperative Learning. Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works. Denver: McRel. Mathews, j. (2004, April). Why statewide educational networks are important to state and educational leaders. Southern Regional Educational Board. Retrieved on Novemeber 17, 2009, fromhttp://www.sreb.org/programs/EdTech/pubs/PDF/04T02-Statewide_Ed_Tech_Net_Important.pdf Ning. (2011). The World's Largest Platform for Creating Social Websites™. Retrieved from http://www.ning.com/. Solomon, G., and Schrum, L. (2007). Leadership and New Tools. Web 2.0 New Tools, New Schools. Eugene, Oregon:ISTE. Tangient LLC. (2011). Educational Networking. Retrieved from http://www.educationalnetworking.com/.