Educação na Web/Como usar redes sociais

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Slides da segunda aula

Páginas relevantes:

Ferramentas do professor - Com plágio e Recursos Abertos

Wikis

Blogs

Facebook

Liks para a Aula[editar | editar código-fonte]

Slide 3 - A Internet não esquece

Slide 4 - Executiva que fez comentário racista no Twitter e perdeu o emprego *

Slide 5 - O que acontece com quem quer fazer a internet esquecer ou o Efeito Streisand

Slide 6 - Guia para professores ensinarem sobre privacidade na Internet

Slide 7 - Serviços grátis não são grátis e writers servicio de revisión

Slide 9 - Tapping the educational potential of Facebook: Guidelines for use in higher education[1] | Ajuda do Facebook

Slide 11 - Modelos de Copyright

Slide 12 - Recursos Educacionais Abertos

Slide 13 - Duplichecker e Plagiarisma

Slide 15 - Investigating pedagogical value of wiki technology[2]

Slide 16 - The use of blogs, wikis and RSS in education: A conversation of possibilities.[3]

Slide 17 - Como fazer um bom artigo de Wikipédia

Slide 18 - Wikispaces e Wikia

Slide 20 - Crude Comments and Concern: Online Incivility’s Effect on Risk Perceptions of Emerging Technologies[4]

Slide 21 -  The Facebook Project-Performance and Construction of Digital Identity[5] e Tapping the educational potential of Facebook: Guidelines for use in higher education[6]

Bibliografia[editar | editar código-fonte]

  1. Wang, R., Scown, P., Urquhart, C., & Hardman, J. (2014). Tapping the educational potential of Facebook: Guidelines for use in higher education. Education and Information Technologies, 19(1), 21–39. doi:10.1007/s10639-012-9206-z
  2. Hazari, S., North, A., & Moreland, D. (2009). Investigating pedagogical value of wiki technology. Journal of Information Systems Education, 20(2), 187
  3. Duffy, P. & Bruns, A. (2006). The use of blogs, wikis and RSS in education: A conversation of possibilities. Proceedings of the Online Learning and Teaching Conference 2006, Brisbane: September 26.
  4. Anderson, A. a., Brossard, D., Scheufele, D. a., Xenos, M. a., & Ladwig, P. (2013). Crude Comments and Concern: Online Incivility’s Effect on Risk Perceptions of Emerging Technologies. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication
  5. Ginger, J. (2008). The Facebook Project-Performance and Construction of Digital Identity
  6. Wang, R., Scown, P., Urquhart, C., & Hardman, J. (2014). Tapping the educational potential of Facebook: Guidelines for use in higher education. Education and Information Technologies, 19(1), 21–39. doi:10.1007/s10639-012-9206-z