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Making Knowledge Free Through Technology by Mind Map: Making Knowledge Free Through Technology
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Making Knowledge Free Through Technology

Helen Baxter, MD, Mohawk Media at EDTalks, Te Papa, Wellington, NZ

Published by Helen Baxter, Mohawk Media, NZ under a Creative Commons, Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike (BY-NC-SA) License. You can share, remix and republish this work for non commercial use, as long as you give attribution and publish using the same CC license.

"It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge." ~ Einstein.

Life long Learning

Innovation through collaboration

Two way knowledge flows

Connecting students, educators and business partners

Moving towards a "Literacy of Cooperation"

Collaborative Tools

Two way knowledge flows - publish or access data

Mindmaps

Wikis

Project management

Research

Communication

Videoconferencing

Smartphones

Freeware list of Educational technologies

Open & Free

Giving Knowledge for Free

MIT Open Courseware

Moodle

Open Office

open-source office software suite for word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, graphics, databases & more

Portable Apps

Now you can carry your favorite computer programs along with all of your bookmarks, settings, email and more with you. Use them on any Windows computer. All without leaving any personal data behind.

Creative Commons

New Zealand

2,700 Schools

National Education Network

Virtual Learning Network

The VLN supports the concept of classrooms without walls, where students and educators have the flexibility to connect with their classes 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Brokers the connections between teachers and learners; joining clusters, schools, groups and individuals who are learning through online programes using asynchronous and synchronous technologies for curriculum support.

EVO

Scootle

Managed Learning Environment

Less than 20% of schools currently have and use an Learning Management System (in contrast, over 95% of schools have and use an Student Management System). Many commentators now believe that a mix of tools is a stronger, more stable approach. The largest challenge in this ‘mash-up’  approach is interoperability - the way the parts interact and play together.

Albany Senior High School