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Blogs, productivity, and social networks
Drop-in tech demo
Social networks; polls and surveys; productivity tools


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Lecture. Teaching with blogs


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Lecture. Teaching with social networks



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Tech demo drop-in: Social networking

See Social networks on the Using Social Media in the Classroom website


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Tech demo drop-in: Productivity tools

See Productivity tools on the Using Social Media in the Classroom website



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Tech demo drop-in: Polls

See Polls and surveys on the Using Social Media in the Classroom website



IconBooks.PNGFurther reading: Productivity tools

This reading is not compulsory. It is provided for extension only. Many, but not all, of these resources are available on E-reserve for this unit.

Benz, A. (2010). Writing a book with students, using Google Docs as shared learning environment: an experience. In International Journal of Innovation in Education 1 (2), 139 – 147.

Blau, I., & Caspi, A. (2009). What type of collaboration helps? Psychological ownership, perceived learning and outcome quality of collaboration using Google Docs. In Eshet-Alkalai, Y., Caspi, A., Eden, S., Geri, N., & Yair, Y. (eds), Proceedings of the Chais conference on instructional technologies research 2009: Learning in the technological era. Raanana: The Open University of Israel. Available at http://telem-pub.openu.ac.il/users/chais/2009/noon/1_1.pdf. Accessed 13 October 2011.

Kaimuloa Bates, B. (2011). Using Google Apps in professional learning communities. PowerPoint presented at the Technology, Colleges and Community Worldwide Online Conference, April 14, 2011. Available at http://scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu/bitstream/handle/10125/19960/etec_kaimuloabates.pdf?sequence=1. Accessed 13 October 2011.


IconBooks.PNGFurther reading: Blogs

This reading is not compulsory. It is provided for extension only. Many, but not all, of these resources are available on E-reserve for this unit.

Byington, T. A. (2011). Communities of practice: Using blogs to increase collaboration. Intervention in School and Clinic 46 (5), 280 – 291.

Laia, H., & Chenc, C. (2011). Factors influencing secondary school teachers’ adoption of teaching blogs. Computers & Education 56 (4), 948 – 960.

Lankshear, C., & Knobel, M. (2006). Blogging as participation: The active sociality of a new literacy. Paper presented to the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, US. April 11, 2006. Available at http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.135.3944&rep=rep1&type=pdf. Accessed 13 October 2011.

McGrail, E., & Davis, A. (2011). influence of classroom blogging on elementary student writing. Journal of Research in Childhood Education 25 (4), 415 – 437.

Sawmiller, A. (2010). Classroom blogging: What is the role in science learning? The Clearing House 83, 44 – 48.


IconBooks.PNGFurther reading: Social networking

This reading is not compulsory. It is provided for extension only. Many, but not all, of these resources are available on E-reserve for this unit.

Beach, R., & Doerr-Stevens, C. (2011). Using social networking for online Role-plays to develop students’ argumentative strategies. Journal of Educational Computing Research 45 (2), 165 – 181.

Collin, P., Rahilly, K., Richardson, I., & Third, A. (2011). Benefits of social networking services. Cooperative Research Centre for Young People, Technology and Wellbeing, Melbourne. Available at http://www.inspire.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/FINAL_The_Benefits_of_Social_Networking_Services_Lit_Review.pdf. Accessed 13 October 2011.

de Zwart, M., Lindsay, D., Henderson, M., & Phillips. M. (2011). Teenagers, legal risks and social networking sites. Faculty of Education, Monash University, Melbourne. Available at http://newmediaresearch.educ.monash.edu.au/moodle/course/view.php?id=37. Accessed 13 October 2011.

Moayeri, M. (2010). Classroom uses of social network sites: Traditional practices or new literacies? Digital Culture & Education 2 (1), 25 – 43. Available at http://www.digitalcultureandeducation.com/uncategorized/dce1029_moayeri_refs_2010/. Accessed 2 September 2011.

Sieber, D. E. (2010). Teaching with social networks: Establishing a social contract. ECAR Research Bulletin 10. Boulder, CO: EDUCAUSE Center for Applied Research. Available at http://www.educause.edu/ecar. Accessed 2 September 2011.

Waddington, J. (2011). Social networking: The unharnessed educational tool. Undergraduate Research Journal at UCCS 4 (1). May 2011. Available at http://ojs.uccs.edu/index.php/urj/article/viewArticle/113. Accessed 2 September 2011.