Digital Skills and Literacies

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Digital Skills and Literacies by Mind Map: Digital Skills and Literacies

1. Multi-User Virtual Environments

1.1. Virtual Goods

1.1.1. Social Networking Systems

1.1.2. 2009: US =$1B- China=3B

1.1.3. iPhone Apps sales in 2009=$95M

1.1.4. Huge and growing economic impact

1.1.4.1. Manitoba

1.1.4.2. Canada

1.1.5. Virtual Worlds

1.1.5.1. Reaction Grid

1.1.5.2. ScienceSim

1.1.5.3. MMORPG

1.1.5.3.1. Shooter

1.1.5.3.2. War

1.1.5.3.3. Strategy

1.1.5.3.4. Fantasy

1.1.5.3.5. Sports

1.2. Second Life

1.2.1. What is it?

1.2.1.1. Linden Labs

1.2.1.1.1. Second Life Grid

1.2.1.1.2. Teen Grid

1.2.1.2. User Generated Content

1.2.1.3. Not exactly a game

1.2.2. In education

1.2.2.1. Social constructionism

1.2.2.2. SLED

1.2.2.3. Gamer Theory

1.2.2.4. SLOODLE

1.2.2.5. Advantages for Education

1.2.3. How does it work

1.2.3.1. Download application

1.2.3.2. Set up an account

1.2.3.3. Building and Scripting

1.2.3.4. Navigating

1.2.4. New node

2. Wikis

2.1. What is a wiki?

2.1.1. Definition

2.1.1.1. O'Reilley Wiki

2.1.1.1.1. A wiki is a website where users can add, remove, and edit every page using a web browser. It's so terrifically easy for people to jump in and revise pages that wikis are becoming known as the tool of choice for large, multiple-participant projects.

2.1.2. Terms and Concepts

2.1.2.1. Code snippets

2.1.2.2. widgets

2.1.2.3. Wiki farm

2.1.2.4. Wiki Syntax

2.1.2.4.1. WYSIWYG

2.1.2.4.2. HTML

2.1.2.4.3. wikitext

2.1.3. Popular Wikis

2.1.3.1. Wikipedia

2.1.3.1.1. Landes Bioscience Journals

2.1.3.1.2. List of Notable wikis

2.1.3.2. WikiEducator

2.1.3.3. Wealth of Networks

2.1.3.4. CP Square

2.1.3.5. Second Life Wiki

2.1.4. Providers

2.1.4.1. Wikispaces

2.1.4.2. MediaWiki

2.1.4.3. PBWorks (formerly PBWiki)

2.1.4.4. Wet Paint

2.1.4.5. Google Sites (formerly JotSpot)

2.1.4.6. PikiWiki

2.2. Uses of a wiki

2.2.1. PLE

2.2.1.1. Blogs

2.2.1.2. Podcasts

2.2.1.3. Videocasts

2.2.1.4. Tagging systems

2.2.2. Communities of Practice

2.2.2.1. Education

2.2.2.1.1. K-12

2.2.2.1.2. Higher Ed

2.2.2.1.3. Vocational/Technical

2.2.2.2. Professional

2.2.2.2.1. Personal Encyclopedia

2.2.2.2.2. Portfolio

2.2.2.3. Commercial

2.2.2.3.1. Product Manuals

2.2.2.3.2. Customer Service

2.2.2.3.3. Training and Development

2.2.2.3.4. Academic publishing

2.2.2.4. Social

2.2.2.4.1. Clubs and SIGs

2.2.2.4.2. Coordinating events F2f

2.2.2.4.3. Shared resources

2.2.3. Course Management System

2.2.3.1. integrated or free-range

2.3. Make your own

2.3.1. Wikispaces

2.3.1.1. Username and password

2.3.1.1.1. Anonymous accounts

2.3.1.2. Main Page

2.3.1.2.1. Ad free accounts for K-12 educators

2.3.1.3. New page

2.3.1.3.1. Editing

2.3.1.3.2. Framing

2.3.1.4. Navigating

2.3.1.4.1. Autonavigation

2.3.1.4.2. Editing Navigation

2.3.1.5. Manage Wiki

2.3.1.6. Recent Changes

2.3.1.6.1. Revision History

2.3.1.7. Discussion Tab

2.3.1.7.1. Collaboration: The wiki way

3. Blogs

3.1. Blogger

3.2. Wordpress

3.3. Posterous

3.4. Edublogs

3.5. Qumana

3.6. Tumblr

3.7. Microblogs

3.7.1. Twitter

3.7.1.1. How do people use it

3.7.2. Plurk

3.7.3. Laconica

4. Google Apps

4.1. Gmail

4.2. Calendar

4.3. Docs

4.4. Sites

4.5. Reader

4.6. Blogger

4.7. Wave

4.7.1. Wave for education

4.8. Chrome

4.9. Google Buzz

4.10. Google Plus

5. RSS

5.1. Rich Site Summary (Real Simple Syndication)

6. VOIP

6.1. Skype

6.2. Vonage

6.3. Brama

7. Online Presentation

7.1. Webinars

7.1.1. Paid

7.1.1.1. Adobe Connect

7.1.1.2. Eluminate

7.1.1.3. GotoMeeting

7.1.1.4. DimDim

7.1.1.5. WebEx

7.1.1.6. GVO

7.1.2. Free

7.1.2.1. Yugma

7.1.2.2. WIZIQ

7.1.2.3. Big Blue Button

7.1.2.4. AnyMeeting

7.2. Screencasting

7.2.1. Jing

7.2.2. Screencast-o-matic

7.3. Screensharing

7.3.1. Join.me

7.3.2. Quick Screenshare

7.4. Live Chat

7.4.1. Chatzy

7.4.2. Tiny Chat

7.4.3. Backchan.nl

7.5. Document Sharing

7.5.1. Crocodoc

7.5.2. Scribd

7.5.3. Calameo

7.6. PPT alternatives

7.6.1. PreZentit

7.6.2. Google Presentations

7.6.3. SlideShare

7.6.4. BrainShark

7.6.5. Prezi

7.6.6. Present.me

7.7. Online Polling

7.7.1. Poll Everywhere

7.7.2. New node

8. Bibliographic Tools

8.1. CiteULike

8.2. Ottobib

8.3. Bibomatic

8.4. Citation Machine

8.5. BibMe

8.6. Google Doc Bibliography Templates

8.7. Social tools

8.7.1. Mendeley

8.7.1.1. Web based and desktop

8.7.1.2. Social Networking

8.7.1.3. Browser agnostic

8.7.2. Delicious

8.7.2.1. tagging, taxonomy/folksonomy

8.7.3. Diigo

8.7.3.1. Onlien, annotation tool, tagging, social network

8.7.4. Zotero

8.7.4.1. Formatted Citations

8.7.4.2. Groups and sharing

8.7.4.3. Desktop and Cloud based

8.7.4.4. FireFox addon

9. MindMapping

9.1. Online

9.1.1. CMapTools

9.1.2. Mindmeister

9.1.3. PearlTrees

9.2. Desktop

9.2.1. Inspiration

9.3. WikiMikndMap

10. Social Networks

10.1. Facebook

10.2. MySpace

10.3. NING

10.4. Epsilen

10.5. Google Plus

10.6. Sage Methodspace

11. Web Browsers

11.1. Internet Explorer

11.2. FireFox

11.3. Safari

11.4. Opera

11.5. Flock

11.6. Google Chrome

12. Podcasting

12.1. Audio

12.1.1. iTunes

12.1.2. Hipcast

12.1.3. GabCast

12.1.4. Audacity

12.1.5. Podbean

12.1.6. Vocaroo

12.2. Vlogging

12.2.1. YouTube

12.2.2. Teacher Tube

12.2.3. UStream

12.2.4. BlipTV

12.2.5. Screencast

12.3. Lifestreaming

12.3.1. UStream

12.3.2. Qik

12.3.3. Livestream

13. Mobile

13.1. Cell phone

13.2. PDA

13.3. Smart Phones

13.4. Near Field communications

13.4.1. QR Codes

13.4.1.1. Code Generators

13.4.1.1.1. Appatic

13.4.1.1.2. Kaywa

13.4.1.1.3. QRStuff

13.4.2. RFID

13.4.3. Internet of things

13.4.4. Context based computing

13.4.5. Ubiquitous computing

13.5. iEverything

13.5.1. iTouch

13.5.2. iPad

13.5.3. iPhone

14. Online Collaboration

14.1. Mindmeister

14.2. Skype

14.3. Google Plus

14.4. Collaborative note taking

14.4.1. Google Docs

14.4.2. Etherpad

14.4.3. Hackpad

14.4.4. PrimaryPad

14.4.5. Typewith.me

14.5. Padlet

15. Online libraries and Databases

15.1. CogDogRoo

16. Electronic Publishing

17. Media Theory

17.1. Digital Pedagogy

17.1.1. Androgogy

17.1.2. Heutagogy

17.1.3. Digital Competencies

17.1.4. E-Learning Environments

17.1.4.1. Institutional LMS

17.1.4.1.1. Proprietary

17.1.4.1.2. Open Source

17.1.4.2. PLE

17.1.5. Constructivism

17.1.6. Constructionism

17.1.7. Research

17.1.7.1. Academic Research

17.1.7.1.1. Established paradigms

17.1.7.1.2. New paradigms

17.1.7.2. Action oriented research

17.1.7.2.1. Grounded Theory

17.1.7.2.2. Participatory

17.2. Marshall McLuhan

17.3. New Literacies

17.3.1. Aggregate

17.3.1.1. Do you Google well?

17.3.1.2. Drinking from a firehose

17.3.1.3. Twitter Groups

17.3.2. Filter

17.3.2.1. Evaluating internet resources

17.3.2.2. Data, information, knowledge, wisdom

17.3.3. Connect

17.3.3.1. Many channels

17.3.3.2. Don't ask somebody, ask everybody

17.3.3.3. Trust the cloud

17.3.3.4. Build something to share

17.3.3.4.1. not only text

17.3.3.4.2. Audio

17.3.3.4.3. Video

17.3.3.5. No dead ends

17.3.3.5.1. PDF the place where information goes to die

17.3.3.5.2. Enable discussion

17.3.4. Attitudes

17.3.4.1. Fearless

17.3.4.2. Collaborative

17.3.4.2.1. Knowledge Shared equals Power Squared.

17.3.4.3. Tenacity

17.3.4.4. Self-determining

17.4. Digital Humanities

17.4.1. Catherine Hayles

17.4.2. Clay Shirkey

17.4.3. New node

18. Other collections

18.1. Tech Toys for Faculty

18.2. Another MindMeister Map of apps

18.3. Russel Stannard ICT training blog

18.4. Technology Tools for Teaching and Learning

19. Personal Web Pages

19.1. Weebly

19.2. Wix

19.3. Pen.io

19.4. DropPages

19.5. New node

19.6. Pancake.io

19.7. WebNode

19.8. Webs

19.9. Wordpress

19.10. Yola

20. Online Newsletters

20.1. LetterPop

20.2. Scoop.it

20.3. Paper.li

20.4. Spundge

21. My BU Courses

21.1. BU 07:755 ICT for Teachers

21.1.1. Course Activities

21.1.1.1. Google Account

21.1.1.2. Skype

21.1.1.3. Aggregator

21.1.1.4. Wiki

21.1.1.5. Tagging

21.1.1.6. Collaborative Documents

21.1.1.7. Podcasting

21.1.1.8. Vlogging

21.1.2. Course Outline

21.1.3. Resources

21.1.4. Assignments

21.1.4.1. Paper Topics

21.1.4.2. Final Paper Specifications

21.1.4.3. Blog posts

21.1.5. Evaluation Rubric

21.1.6. Manitoba Curriculum

21.2. Digital Humanities

21.3. 03:361 Using Technology & Computers in Education (EY/MY)

21.4. Social Media for Social Marketing

21.5. BU 99:154 E-Journalism

21.6. BU62:170 Introduction to Information Technology

21.7. Transformational Multimedia Writing

22. Webproofing

22.1. How to avoid social engineering

22.2. How to spot logical fallacies

22.3. New node

23. Discussion tools

23.1. Disqus

23.2. 10 Tools from Jane Hart

23.3. Voicethread