pattern recognition: digital identity, digital #curation and digital badges (#ozelive keynote)
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DESCRIPTIONSlides for virtual keynote at #OzeLive series, 23 February 2014. Taking a journey through digital identity and digital curation, how they fit together into a personal learning network. And how all of that networked learning can be acknowledges through #openbadges.
- 1.JOYCE SEITZINGER ACADEMIC TRIBE #OZELIVE 23 FEBRUARY 2014Photo cc license Brewbrooks http://www.flickr.com/photos/brewbooks/4587762383/PATTERN RECOGNITION: DIGITAL IDENTITY, DIGITAL CURATION, AND DIGITAL BADGES.
2. KIA ORA! GOEDENDAG! GDAY! Joyce Seitzinger Founder at Academic Tribe Dutch kiwi living in Melbourne firstname.lastname@example.org twitter: @catspyjamasnz 15 years in eLearning (8 in higher education in NZ and Australia) Pattern recognizer 3. SOCIAL MEDIA SAVED MY LIFE 4. PATTERN RECOGNITION: YOUR DIGITAL IDENTITY 5. 7 CRICOS Provider Code: 00113B 6. cc license http://www.flickr.com/photos/shareski/2655113202/ 7. MAPPING DV/DRhttp://tallblog.conted.ox.ac.uk/index.php/2012/11/19/vr-mapping-at-educause/ 8. OPEN EDUCATION & DIGITAL IDENTITIES People live their lives and learn across multiple settings, and this holds true not only across the span of our lives but also across and within the institutions and communities they inhabit even classrooms, for example. I take an approach that urges me to consider the significant overlap across these boundaries as people, tools, and practices travel through different and even contradictory contexts and activities. - GutierrezMany students already have confident social identities online, but developing identities as learners, writers, scholars, citizens these are important tasks as part of higher education. - Catherine Croninhttp://catherinecronin.wordpress.com/2014/02/12/openeducation-and-identities/ 9. PATTERN RECOGNITION: YOUR DIGITAL CURATION 10. Social curation is: the discovery, selection, collection and sharing of digital artefacts by an individual for a social purpose such as learning, collaboration, identity expression or community participation.Seitzinger, 2014, Networked Learning Conference Proceedings The social curation processArtefactsDiscoverySelectionCollectionSharing 11. The social curation processArtefactsDiscoverySelectionCollectionSharing 12. PATTERN RECOGNITION: YOUR PERSONAL LEARNING NETWORK 13. INSERT ANY PROFESSIONALcc licensed flickr photo by courosa: http://flickr.com/photos/courosa/2922421696/ 14. ABOUT THE TOOLSABOUT THE PEOPLEcc licensed flickr photo by shareski: http://flickr.com/photos/shareski/465487261/ 15. Everyone has the same building blocksbut can you see your pattern? Flickr cc license by fragmented http://www.flickr.com/photos/fragmented/2645000094/ 16. Design your PLN. Build your filter. For Educators. High Profile High Communication Streamed Low Profile Low Communication In your own timeStaff RoomFiling Cabinet YouPortfolio High Profile Low Communication In your own timeMagazine Low Profile Low Communication In your own time 17. Who are you connected to? Which tools do you use to communicate with other students? Are the tools public or private? What are advantages or not? How much do you share about you?ConversationCuration Where do you keep track of your digital files and resources? What are restrictions/benefits? How safe are your collections? Do you share collections with others? Why or why not?YouPortfolio Where do you keep your work? Is it digital or analog? Private or public?Information Streams Which platform do you use for your information streams? What are advantages/ disadvantages? 18. Who are you connected to? Which tools do you use to communicate with other students? Are the tools public or private? What are advantages or not?ConversationCuration Where do you keep track of your digital files and resources? What are restrictions/benefits? How safe are your collections? Do you share collections with others? Why or why not?YouPortfolio Where do you keep your work? Is it digital or analog? Private or public?Information Streams Which platform do you use for your information streams? What are advantages/ disadvantages? 19. PATTERN RECOGNITION: DIGITAL BADGES OR HOW WILL PEOPLE RECOGNIZE YOUR SKILLS & KNOWLEDGE? 20. INCREASE IN USE OF DIGITAL BADGES Khan Academy LinkedIn Deloitte Gamification Do not talk to each other. Not transferable 21. MOZILLAS OPEN BADGES Learning today happens everywhere. But it's often difficult to get recognition for skills and achievements that happen online or out of school. Mozilla Open Badges helps solve that problem, making it easy for any organisation to issue, manage and display digital badges across the web. 22. Image: Mozilla Foundation 23. IF WE USE OPEN BADGES Can facilitate informal and formal learning Can represent hard or soft skills Can be issued by an institution, afterschool club, maker society, employer, a peer,. Can be built on for lifelong learning Can transfer between contexts and life stages 24. EVEN BETTER DETECT PATHWAYShttp://carlacasilli.wordpress.com/2013/03/25/badge-pathways-part-1-the-paraquel/ 25. MORE ABOUT #OPENBADGES? Join Open Badges Australia and New Zealand #OBANZ community First community call with Mozilla team Thursday 27 Feb, 7PM AEST / 9PM NZ Twitter.com/ob_anz Facebook.com/openbadgesanz 26. MAKE ME A PART OF YOUR PATTERN: JOYCE SEITZINGER ACADEMIC TRIBE @CATSPYJAMASNZ LINKEDIN: JOYCE SEITZINGER BLOG: CATS-PYJAMAS.NET