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The Three Cs by Mind Map: The Three Cs
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The Three Cs

Collaboration

Activity

A collabartive activity is an interaction between two or more people with the express purpose of creating a product of some type.

Small Group Discussion

planning

mindmapping

Project or Problem based learning

Tool

A collaboration tool allows two or more people to work together to create a product. It may also be used to disseminate that product to others outside of the collaborative group.

Wiki, Wikispaces, Google Sites, PBWiki, Wetpaint

Mindmap, MyWebspiration, Mindmeister, Bubblus

Google Apps, Google Docs, Google Spreadsheet, Google Sites

File Sharing, DropIO, DropBox

Workspaces, Huddle.net, TeamBox

Whiteboards, Dabbleboard, Skrbl

Communication

Activity

A communication activity is a type of interaction between the participants, the facilitator, and the content.

Threaded Discussion, Instructor led, Student moderated

Chat

Reflection

Microblogging

Blogging

Tool

A communication tool allows a user to disseminate and/or communicate information and receive communication back from others.

Forum

Email, Gmail, Yahoo, Messaging System inherent to LMS or Social software

VOIP/Text Chat, Skype, MSN Messenger, AIM, ICQ

Blog, Wordpress.com, Blogger, TypePad

Microblog, Twitter, Edmodo, Plurk, Tumblr

Virtual Worlds, Second Life, Club Penguin, OpenSim

Private Social Network, Ning, Facebook, Elgg

Web Conferencing, DimDim, WebEx, Elluminate

Video Chat, Skype, Oovoo

Strategies

24 hour response

Kind and respectful tone

Rubric

Syllabus

Forums, emails, VOIP

FAQs

Content

Types

A content activity is any type of document, file, or item with which the participant interacts in some way, e.g. reads, watches, listens to, plays.

Rubric

Syllabus

Text, Word docs, PDF, Google Apps, Docs, Spreadsheet, Presentation

Media, Video, Audio, Podcasts, Presentations, Games/Interactivities, Social bookmarking, Delicious, Diigo

Tool

A content tool can be a piece of software to create content, an open courseware repository, or an informational website (including blogs, wikis, etc.).

LMS, Moodle, Sakai, Blackboard, Sloodle

Open Course Content, MIT OpenCourseWare, Open University, Connexions, Curricuwiki, Open Access Journals

Media, Audio, Audacity, Garageband, Ineractivity, Flash, GameMaker, HTML Editor, Dreamweaver, VUE, Video, Open Video Editor, Premiere, iMovie, MovieMaker, Web Presntation, SlideRocket, Google Presentations, Slideshare.net, One True Media