Yvonne - this page is looking great! I have added a link to the Networked learning page on WikiEducator as there is a lot of material and links already there about Using Web 2.0 tools which will save you some time. You can either link to it or take the bits you need - in this environment we can take and still need to acknowledge the authors.
I was wondering what you were intending by the "Features" headings? I have a couple of questions relating to the Issues for ‘blending’ section:
1. How could you address diverse skill levels when using web 2.0 tools - wikiEducator materials perhaps? sessions f2f as well? 2. I was wondering if Albion's site covered issues such as confidentiality and privacy around public blogs and teaching. It might be a good idea to make this more explicit - what do you think? 3. would students and teachers be best to negotiate expectations or would you set ground rules? --bron 01:46, 13 November 2007 (CET)
Issues for ‘blending’[edit | edit source]
- Skill level and experience of learners will need to be considered when planning first use of these tools.
- Communicating effectively online is an issue and some thought will need to be given some rules/guidelines for writing in this medium. Try Albion's excellent netiquette resource page for more information.
- Expectations for student and facilitator will need to be explored early on in the process.