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IHAQ#3: How to curate and foster online conversations (especially ours)

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IHAQ#3
April 20, 2014
How to curate and foster online conversations

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Next Week's Featured Question

From  Paul Allison  via  https://twitter.com/youthvoices

What would a K-12 MOOC have in it? What connections would it nurture? Would teachers codesign it with students? Do they exist?
 
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Chat Log Below

 
 
hello! Is anyone here? ;)
14 hours ago
Paul Allison
Hi there.
14 hours ago
hi, Paul!
14 hours ago
Sheila A
  
 
Hello all! Long time no hear . . . Great to see you all!
14 hours ago
Sheila A
  
 
Just listening tonight.
14 hours ago
Sheila A
  
 
Getting ready for Tuesday in the background.
14 hours ago
Sheila A
  
 
I liked how K12Online revisited their content with the "Echoes." The recording (about 20 min) was replayed and then the speaker was available for questions for the rest of the hour.
14 hours ago
Vanessa Vaile
late but here before it's over
14 hours ago
Sheila A
  
 
Wow! 400! :)
14 hours ago
Hi, Vanessa :)
14 hours ago
Peggy George
Hi everyone! Just got home from family Easter festivities. Sorry I'm joining you late!
13 hours ago
Vanessa Vaile
Hi back Jennifer -- seems more order than #2 when no audience was visible
13 hours ago
@peggy ... thank you for joining :)
13 hours ago
Peggy George
Great to be here with you!
13 hours ago
Hello all. Happy Sunday
13 hours ago
Sheila A
  
 
FB is blocked in schools . . .
13 hours ago
Peggy George
Hi Valerie :-) Great to see you :-)
13 hours ago
FB is blocked in some schools, though I don't know if it's all that great for curation. Though I guess that depends on whether we're talking curation vs. archiving. You can go back through previous posts, but you mostly have to do that scrolling through the timeline which is sorted based on activity, which can be difficult
13 hours ago
Peggy George
I love the one hour length of Teachers Teaching Teachers. It takes awhile to get people introduced before the topic gets rolling but it's always a great conversation!
13 hours ago
Hey @Peggy.
13 hours ago
Archiving is kind of like structure where fostering is about engagement, no?
13 hours ago
Though I guess fostering also has a structural demand
13 hours ago
@Jason ... good point
13 hours ago
@Jason, maybe Edmodo, blogs. wikis or Schoology would be better for curating
13 hours ago
Sheila A
  
 
Maybe turn the question around. Why do you have audiences? What are the listeners' goals?
13 hours ago
I'm thinking like a twitter hashtag, though Twitter tends to kill older tweets so you have to archive it through other means, i.e. TAGS, storifiy
13 hours ago
Peggy George
I often go back to ETT archives to find old conversations and resources shared. Just last week I searched for our earlier Earthcast conversations and discovered that some people I am still connected with and learning with/from were part of those early conversations back to 2008-2009. :-)
13 hours ago
Nice that John could join us with 3 minutes left
13 hours ago
I'm still thinking that fostering is based on building or choosing a platform that will be able to continuously engage the participants, but archiving is about giving the participants a way to tag conversation and providing an updating aggregator that will outlast the course.
13 hours ago
And ideally, when someone goes back and interacts with a tweet, Dave Cormier gets an update to let them know that someone has used the word MOOC without his permission
13 hours ago
Geocities!
13 hours ago
Peggy George
Chatwing and Titanpad both provide great opportunities to review links/resources before a conversation. :-)
13 hours ago
Sheila A
  
 
You can create VT but not delete VT for free. So I just change the pics and delete the comments . . .
13 hours ago
dual band router
13 hours ago
mine is "Pretty Fly for a Wi-Fi"
13 hours ago
Peggy George
we're still with you :-)
13 hours ago
Sheila A
  
 
This is the best part!
13 hours ago
Peggy George
I agree Sheila!
13 hours ago
jefflebow
  
 
Thanks all
13 hours ago
Vanessa Vaile
I can hear you Dave
13 hours ago
jefflebow
  
 
Stay tuned for an awesomely fostered and curated conversation next week :)
13 hours ago
BYe!
13 hours ago
Peggy George
see you next week!
13 hours ago
that you! sorry for my rambling ... I thought we turned off the stream :)
13 hours ago
Peggy George
can you repeat the question for next week? Is it K-12 Moocs?
13 hours ago
yes ... #k12mooc :)
13 hours ago
Peggy George
:-)
13 hours ago
Peggy George
I'm sure Verena Roberts will be interested in that topic!! :-)
13 hours ago

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archive and mp3 rendition

Yet another archive of this event, but value added, I got an mp3 rendition which you can download (or listen to) here: http://learning2gether.net/2014/04/20/176463172/



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