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Please note that this is the planned schedule. On a daily basis, we may make changes to the individual pages here: Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday | Friday

Monday

Readings

  1. Educause. Seven Things You Should Know About Personal Learning Environments. PDF
  2. Sparks, David and Eddie Smith. Excerpt from “Markdown MD A MackSparky Field Guide.” Macsparky.com. ND PDF

AM-1

Introduction

  • Introduction and syllabus review
  • Discussion of PLE reading, digital “domains,” and the professional “digital identity” of the academic today. See websites of IUP English faculty in Other Links

AM-2

Markdown Workshop

Register

  • Before lunch, let's register for domains. Pick your domain carefully (use .com or .net)
  • What is your website address

PM-1

Web Domains

  • Creating a domain of your own at Reclaim Hosting
  • Uploading simple web pages
  • Explore Reclaim tools. Install a Wordpress blog in /blogs.
    • Differences between normal html web pages and a web application
    • The database
    • Stability / migration.
    • Interactivity

PM-2

CSS Workshop

  • Introduction to styling external style sheets

Homework

  1. Readings for tomorrow's class. (Downes, Stephen. “E-Learning 2.0.” eLearn Magazine, October 2005. PDF, Kay, Allan. “Personal Dynamic Media,” New Media Reader, eds. Noah Wardrip Fruin and Nick Montfort. MIT Press: 2003. pdf, and Waters, Audrey. [Selection 1 from] Claim Your Domain And Own Your Online Presence. Solution Tree Press, 2016.pdf
  2. Article presentation/discussion preparation (if you signed up) Sign up for article presentations
  3. Server App / Web 2.0 Demo (if you signed up). Server App Web Demo, Web Demonstration Format
  4. Further work on your homepage, adding content and developing your ability to use CSS.

Tuesday

AM-1

Articles

Group presentation and class discussion (articles)

  1. Downes, Stephen. “E-Learning 2.0.” eLearn Magazine, October 2005. PDF
  2. Kay, Allan. “Personal Dynamic Media,” New Media Reader, eds. Noah Wardrip Fruin and Nick Montfort. MIT Press: 2003. pdf
  3. Waters, Audrey. [Selection 1 from] Claim Your Domain And Own Your Online Presence. Solution Tree Press, 2016.pdf

AM-2

Intermediate Workshop CSS 2

Your professional site should include several pages, using images, colors, and structure effectively. There will probably be links to external sites as well as to your related projects (such as your blog). You should control the visual effects and placement of items using one or more external CSS style sheets. Make choices about color, font, and spacing.

PM-1

Podcasts

Podcast Workshop

Podcast Workshop

*Begin with review of process and planning / recording (We will continue with this tomorrow; and you should bring headphones!)

PM-2

Tech Tips

Wordpress Addons - “plugins” allow you to add features to your blog, such as a photo gallery or slideshow, Facebook like buttons, Pinterest, contact form, etc.

Server App Web 2.0 Demos

  • One Presentations (groups of 3)

Homework

Podcast work - prepare a script and record narration, interviews or other sound material.

Readings:

  1. Tour, Ekaterina. “Digital Mindests: Teachers' Technology Use in Personal Life and Teaching.” Language Learning & Technology.October 2015, Volume 19, Number 3 PDF
  2. Duffy, Peter and Bruns, Axel (2006) The Use of Blogs, Wikis and RSS in Education: A Conversation of Possibilities. In Proceedings Online Learning and Teaching Conference 2006, pages pp. 31-38, Brisbane PDF
  3. Nelson, Ted. Selections from Computer Lib. New Media Reader, eds. Noah Wardrip Fruin and Nick Montfort. MIT Press: 2003.pdf

Wednesday

AM-1

Articles

  • Group presentation and class discussion

AM-2

Podcasts Part 2 - Audacity Workshop

  • Editing and Exporting with Audacity

Podcast Workshop

[Podcast Tutorial Files]

PM-1

Image Editing Workshop

Short overview of image cropping, resizing, color modification, and layer compositing using Pixlr

Open lab

Work on: - website / content and style - podcast editing - coordinating with your group, if you have a demo tomorrow

PM-2

Server App Web 2.0 Demos

Flipped Classroom, Dokuwiki, Feed readers or aggregators like Feedly, Embed codes for Youtube videos and Google Calendars, adding plugins to a web application like Wordpress plugins, Bulletin boards. Bookmarking

HW Readings

  1. Postman, Neil. “Ideology of Machines” from Technopoly: The Surrender of Culture to Technology. NY, Vintage: 1993. PDF
  2. Richardson, Will. excerpt from Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts, and Other Powerful Web Tools for Classrooms PDF
  3. Boardley, John. “A Guide to Web Typography,” I Love Typography. http://ilovetypography.com/2008/02/28/a-guide-to-web-typography/ ———————-

Thursday

AM 1 -

Discussion of Articles

  1. Postman, Neil. “Ideology of Machines” from Technopoly: The Surrender of Culture to Technology. NY, Vintage: 1993. PDF
  2. Richardson, Will. excerpt from Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts, and Other Powerful Web Tools for Classrooms PDF
  3. 3. Waters, Audrey. [Selection 2 from] Claim Your Domain And Own Your Online Presence. Solution Tree Press, 2016. PDF

AM 2a

Twine for multimodal composition

AM 2b - Open Lab


Lunch


PM-1

Podcast Presentations

All students:

  • podcasts must be edited exported as MP3s for class listening. Max 5 minute duration.
  • please create a post in your blogs and attach the MP3

PM-2

Server App Web 2.0 Demos

One Presentation (groups of 3)

Homework

  1. DeVoss, Danielle et al. _Because Digital Writing Matters: Improving Student Writing in Online and Multimedia Environments. Jossey-Bass, 2010.pdf
  2. Stern, Danielle and Michael D. D. WIllits. Social Media Killed the LMS.“ in Cutting Edge Technologies in Higher Education. Emerald, 2011. PDF
  3. Waters, Audrey. [Selection 2 from] Claim Your Domain And Own Your Online Presence. Solution Tree Press, 2016.

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Friday

AM-1

Open Lab

AM-2

Articles (daily)

  • Group presentation and class discussion

PM-1

Share Multimodal Compositions

PM-2

Share Multimodal Compositions

Conclusion

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