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Ten Web 2.0 Things You Can Do in Ten Minutes

5 marzo, 2010

Ten Web 2.0 Things You Can Do in Ten Minutes to Be a More Successful E-Learning Professional by Stephen Downes

Extractos y adaptación.

  1. Listen to a conference presentation.
  2. Record a 10-minute presentation about something you are working on or learning about, either as audio (use Odeo) or video (use Ustream), and post it on your blog.
  3. Do a search on the title of your most recent post or on the title of the most recent thing you’ve read or thought about.  Usa medios de busqueda diversos: Google Blog SearchGoogle Image SearchAmazondel.icio.usTechnorati,Slideshare, or Youtube. Scan the results and if you find something interesting, save it in del.icio.us to read later.
  4. Write a blog post or article describing something you’ve learned recently. (…) The trick here is to keep your writing activity to less than 10 minutes-make a point quickly and then click “submit.”
  5. Tidy your e-portfolio.
  6. Create a slide on Zoho. Just do one slide at a time; find an image using the Creative Commons licensed content on Flickr and a short bit of text from a source or yourself. Add this to your stick of prepared slides you use for your next talk or class.
  7. Find a blogger you currently read and follow the links to other blogs
  8. Write a comment on a blog post, article, or book written by an e-learning researcher or practitioner.
  9. Go to a website like EngadgetMetafilterDiggMixxMashable, or Hotlinks and skip through the items. These sites produce much too much content to follow diligently, but are great for browsing and serendipitous discovery. If you find something interesting, write a short blog post about it or at least a comment.
  10. Catch up on one of your online games with a colleague-Scrabulous on Facebookor Backgammon on Yahoo. Or make a Lolcat. Or watch a Youtube video.
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