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Back to the Future: Are you prepared?

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Our professional workplaces and organisations are immersed in a momentum of change, requiring innovators and leaders who help shape the future of physiotherapy in Australia. This requires a transformation in our education strategies and professional communication practices. October 21 celebrates “back to the future” day, and the time discursive timeline of events of Marty McFly using Doc Browns time-jumping car. The trick is to be in control and plan to be ready for the future. Let us consider the skills and techniques needed to pick up momentum in digitally informed environments. How do we work, learn and communicate online? What do we need to understand in terms of digital scholarship? How do we cope with the influences of the internet on education and learning needs, and how do we grapple with communication avenues, information management and …..just keeping connected. Come back to the future as we talk about education and online learning, and see if you are prepared for the future!

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Back to the Future: Are you prepared?

  1. BACK TO THE FUTURE Are you prepared?Judy O’Connell, Charles Sturt University
  2. 32nd October 21 celebrates “back to the future” day, and the time discursive timeline of events of Marty McFly using Doc Brown’s time-jumping car……
  3. MACHINES THAT WERE BRILLIANT IN 1985 Discman World’s first mobile phone Windows 1.0 1st commercial GPSInstant print Nintendo cartridges Electronic watch ……..from 14 machines that were brilliant in 1985
  4. Our world changed in April 1993 when the Mosaic 1.0 browser was released to the general public. We need new forms of education. We need to reform our learning institutions, concepts, and modes of education for our age. Now, anyone with access to the World Wide Web can go far beyond the passive consumer model to contribute content on the Web.
  5. THE WEB AT 28+ Overall verdict: “The internet has been a plus for society and an especially good thing for individual users” http://www.pewinternet.org/2014/02/27/the-web-at-25-in-the-u-s/
  6. “We are now connected by the Internet like neurons in a giant brain . -Stephen Hawking
  7. Davies, A., Fidler, D., & Gorbis, M. (2011). Future work skills 2020. http://www.iftf.org/our-work/global-landscape/work/future-work-skills-2020/
  8. Mozilla web literacy https://learning.mozilla.org/en-US/web-literacy
  9. An immediacy in interactions to improve learning and understanding in the formation of knowledge. Knowing how to leverage social media and new media channels of communication. Using a diversity of media rich content materials.
  10. APPROACHES TO CONNECTED LEARNING Back to the new future!
  11. Three key contexts for connected learning Personal Profession Education
  12. WHAT IS REALLY AT STAKE? ● Communication - sharing thoughts, questions, ideas and solutions ● Curation - collecting and reflecting on what we encounter ● Collaboration - working together to reach a goal by putting talent, expertise and ‘smarts’ to work ● Critical thinking - looking at problems in a new way by linking knowledge across digital spaces ● Creativity - new approaches to get things done through innovation and invention.
  13. TALKING IN CONTEXT ● What makes a good physiotherapy clinical educator? ● Don’t simply add the role of educator to that of clinician. ● For students the impact of interactions with their clinical educator can be as great as the impact of dealing with patients. ● Understand the role and skill set of the physiotherapy clinical educator and professional organisation. ● Build strong non-clinical skills - personal skills linked to graduate attributes eg. teamwork and leadership. ● Nurture the role of advocacy, education and communication in the health sector. Edgar, S., & Connaughton, J. (2014). Exploring the role and skill set of physiotherapy clinical educators in work integrated learning. Asia-Pacific Journal of Cooperative Education, 15(1).
  14. “Our professional workplaces and organisations are immersed in a momentum of change, requiring innovators and leaders who help shape the future of physiotherapy in Australia”. “This requires a transformation in our education strategies and professional communication practices”. AN ERA OF ONLINE TECHNOLOGY
  15. • “Knowledge assembly,” building a “reliable information hoard” from diverse sources. • Retrieval skills, plus “critical thinking” for making informed judgements about retrieved information, with wariness about the validity and completeness of internet sources. • Awareness of the value of traditional tools in conjunction with networked media. • Awareness of “people networks” as sources of advice and help. • Being comfortable with publishing and communicating information as well as accessing it. Bawden, D. (2008). Chapter One: Origins and concepts of digital literacy. In Digital literacies: concepts, policies & practices (pp. 17–32). Peter Lang Publishing, Inc. AN ERA OF ONLINE TECHNOLOGY
  16. How do you nurture purposeful discourse in multiple information environments for learning and professional practice? What are the possibilities? AN ERA OF ONLINE TECHNOLOGY
  17. Where can we follow you? Begin with your [digital] self AN ERA OF ONLINE TECHNOLOGY
  18. AN ERA OF ONLINE TECHNOLOGY Where can we follow you?
  19. AN ERA OF ONLINE TECHNOLOGY Where can we follow you? For example – how many have explored Evernote for organising, notetaking, sharing and presenting : 23 Research Things - Evernote 23 Mobile Things - Evernote How a CSU student is using Evernote
  20. AN ERA OF ONLINE TECHNOLOGY Microsoft OneNote Google Documents
  21. AN ERA OF ONLINE TECHNOLOGY Evernote for educators • Cloud based tool you can access from anywhere • Work online or offline • Works on any device or platform • Sync on all devices for anytime access Your best ideas are always with you
  22. Notebooks Share notes and notebooks and manage permissions by allowing others to either view, edit, or both Scannable High-quality scans ready to save or share Skitch Skitch is a free screenshot editing and sharing utility. The app permits the user to add shapes and text to an image, and then share it online. Evernote Web Clipper is a simple extension for your web browser that lets you capture full-page articles, images, selected text, important emails, and any web page. Moleskin digital-friendly notebook with specially designed pages and stickers for smartphone syncing. AN ERA OF ONLINE TECHNOLOGY https://www.theverge.com/2017/9/6/16215562/evernote-app-organize-how-to-use-maximum-productivity Twitter > Evernote Browser > Evernote PDF > Evernote LMS > Evernote Videos > Evernote
  23. AN ERA OF ONLINE TECHNOLOGY https://youtu.be/1p_7snQhdLI What is Evernote? • Animated Infographic
  24. This is already hinting at a digital profile! Evernote in action: ● Twitter to Evernote ● Browser to Evernote ● PDF to Evernote ● Blackboard to Evernote ● Videos to Evernote AN ERA OF ONLINE TECHNOLOGY Where can we follow you?
  25. http://thinkspace.csu.edu.au/digitalknowledge/ Top 200 Learning Tools 2017 http://c4lpt.co.uk/top100tools/ AN ERA OF ONLINE TECHNOLOGY
  26. AN ERA OF ONLINE TECHNOLOGY OneNote - organisation • Cloud based tool you can access from anywhere • Work online or offline • Works on any device or platform • Synced on all devices for anytime access • Integrates with Office
  27. Create multiple notebooks Built-in templates are available or you can customise your own Various options for sharing notes Create pages and subpages inside each section Tools for drawing and handwriting – then convert to typed text Tools to record audio and video Tools to insert files and take screen shots Create sections inside notebooks • Cloud based tool you can access from anywhere • Work online or offline • Works on any device or platform • Synced on all devices for anytime access • Integrates with Office AN ERA OF ONLINE TECHNOLOGY
  28. AN ERA OF ONLINE TECHNOLOGY http://uimagine.edu.au/the-csu-online-learning-model/
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  30. AN ERA OF ONLINE TECHNOLOGY Nurture the role of advocacy, education and communication in the health sector.
  31. AN ERA OF ONLINE TECHNOLOGY What I look for in all areas of primary and community care:- ● Communication and support ● Social media channels ● Print, digital and online resources ● Community education in information quality/sources and community support for products and services.
  32. Education sets the space for the future. ● Current education programs for the community. ● Current education programs for advocacy. ● Ongoing professional development. ● Training programs for the ‘next generation’. AN ERA OF ONLINE TECHNOLOGY
  33. Let’s make a movie online! Communicate with impact! ● Adobe Spark - https://spark.adobe.com/ (web stories and social graphics too! ● Screen-cast-o-matic - https://screencast-o-matic.com/ ● Google Slides and Screencastify - https://www.screencastify.com/ ● Microsoft Office Mix - https://mix.office.com/ ● Moovley - https://www.moovly.com/ ● Go-Animate - https://goanimate.com ● Powtoon - https://www.powtoon.com ● and much much more... AN ERA OF ONLINE TECHNOLOGY
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  35. CREATING A PLAYLIST - of course!
  36. Let’s make a magazine online! • Lucid Press https://www.lucidpress.com/ • Smore or Mailchimp - for your newsletters • Flipboard - also with RSS - https://flipboard.com/ • Wordpress - RSS -http://wordpress.com • Adobe Spark of course! AN ERA OF ONLINE TECHNOLOGY
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  40. Let’s share our stuff! https://storify.com/hbailie/curation-as-a-tool-for-teaching-and-learning-1PADLET & STORIFY AN ERA OF ONLINE TECHNOLOGY
  41. Let’s talk about it together! ● Flipgrid - https://flipgrid.com ● VoiceThread - http://voicethread.com/ ● Padlet - https://padlet.com/ ● Kahoot - https://kahoot.com/ AN ERA OF ONLINE TECHNOLOGY
  42. Humanized online Learning https://padlet.com/brocansky/humanizeol AN ERA OF ONLINE TECHNOLOGY
  43. Flipgrid- participation by weekly topics http://flipgrid.com/b08c59 ‘Flipgrid can link to Google Docs, One Drive, etc. AN ERA OF ONLINE TECHNOLOGY
  44. AN ERA OF ONLINE TECHNOLOGY ● Any computer, browser or device ● Invite participation and collaboration from anyone, anytime, anywhere. ● Showcase group work or individual work. ● Teacher/student commenting ● Create your own VT portal or showcase. ● Multimedia sharing ● Formative and summative assessment ● Sharing ideas ● The Voicethread app provides easy access to threads and responses Voicethread
  45. Kahoot! Free game-based learning platform • Introduce new topics • Review, revise, reinforce • Re-energise and reward • Teach each other • Get classroom insights • Gather opinions • Motivate teamwork AN ERA OF ONLINE TECHNOLOGY
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  47. Let’s be creative and open! The primary purpose of copyright is to provide an incentive for people to produce new works for the benefit of society as a whole. In 2001, Creative Commons was created as a nonprofit to support all those who wanted to share digital content. ● Open education resources ● Open publications ● Creative commons images and audio AN ERA OF ONLINE TECHNOLOGY
  48. Let’s be creative and open! Creative Commons license does not mean giving up your copyright. It means permitting users to make use of your material in various ways, but only on certain conditions. AN ERA OF ONLINE TECHNOLOGY
  49. https://creativecommons.org/choose/ Quick Links ● Are you looking for free images, text, music, or audiovisual resources to use in your own work? ● Want to get a Creative Commons licence to let others know how they can share and reuse your works? AN ERA OF ONLINE TECHNOLOGY
  50. Educators guide to copyright, fair use, and creative commons https://www.theedublogger.com/2017/01/20/copyright-fair-use-and- creative-commons/ Fair use: Using images and non-textual materials in presentations, papers, theses, and dissertations http://libguides.usc.edu/fair_use How to combine text and image in eLearning design http://theelearningcoach.com/media/text-and-images-in-elearning/ Use images wisely to match emotions in custom course development https://www.synotive.com/blog/use-images-wisely-to-match-emotions- in-custom-course-development AN ERA OF ONLINE TECHNOLOGY
  51. ● Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York announced that 400,000 of its high- resolution digital images are now available for non-commercial use—including in scholarly publications in any media—without permission from the Museum and without a fee. ● The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam has been equally open with its digital images and uses this access as a way of encouraging people to engage with its collection. ● The British Museum has new images being added to the database and made available here at the rate of about 2,000 each week. ● The J. Paul Getty Museum in its Open Content Program has high-resolution images from the Getty collections now in the public domain, and freely available in digital format. I might be able to obtain an image for my own research purposes but what if I want to use it in a public presentation, include it in a blog post or publish it in an academic article? Of course it all depends on where the image is from. Here are some museum options! There are many more... Many museums and galleries are increasingly making their digital images available free of charge for non-commercial use. AN ERA OF ONLINE TECHNOLOGY
  52. …and then there is the Internet of Things (IoT) A range of technological and social forces are converging that will make patient-generated health data an important part of the clinical landscape by 2020. Move from episodic care to a continuous care model based on real-time health data. Internet-connected wearables that collect data on how people move could alert us when their gait speed is too slow, so we know we need to help them before they have a fall.
  53. juoconnell@csu.edu.au AN ERA OF ONLINE TECHNOLOGY

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