#Mosomelt 2017 Week 10 “Collaborative Mobile Video”

Collaborative Video Production

One of the affordances of the merging of mobile Apps and cloud-based social media platforms is the ability for users to not only generate and share their own content but to also collaborate on it’s production. Explore and create a collaborative video project using an App such as:

Design an educational scenario that could use collaborative video then upload and share your project outline and any examples via the Project Bank.

Reflect on this process on your WordPress blog.

Suggested Readings:

Cochrane, Thomas, Antonczak, Laurent, & Wagner, Daniel. (2013). Post web 2.0 pedagogy: From student-generated content to international co-production enabled by mobile social media. International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning, 5(4), 1-18. doi: 10.4018/ijmbl.2013100101 http://www.igi-global.com/article/post-web-20-pedagogy/99677

Keegan, Helen. (2010). Immersed in the digital: Networked creativity through mobile content production. Paper presented at the Association for Learning Technology: ALTC2010, Nottingham, UK. http://altc2010.alt.ac.uk/talks/15004

Keegan, Helen, & Bell, Frances. (2011). Youtube as a repository: The creative practice of students as producers of open educational resources. European Journal of Open, Distance and E-Learning (EURODL)(Special Issue: Creativity and Open Educational Resources), 149-168. http://www.eurodl.org/?p=special&sp=articles&article=456

Smith, Shaunna, & Byrum, David. (2013). Using a byod model to teach a graduate level video production course to in-service teachers. Paper presented at the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference.

#Mosomelt 2017 Week9: Exploring mobile video streaming

Week 9 “Mobile Video Streaming”This week we are exploring mobile video streaming. Live video streaming provides the ability to share events and experiences beyond physical boundaries and geographic contexts. The advent of mobile video streaming solutions brings a whole new level of access to sharing experiences without the need for costly video equipment or servers or dedicated technicians. A simple App on your mobile device connected to one of the many free streaming server platforms is enough to create a live interactive educational experience from anywhere. These mobile video streaming platforms also integrate a range of social media including Twitter for notifications and comments, and geolocation on Google Maps, and even archiving of the live stream on YouTube.

Create a project that utilizes a mobile video streaming platform such as Bambuser, Ustream, Google Hangouts On Air, or Periscope, and upload an outline and example of your project to the Project Bank. Review and rate another submitted project.

Reflect on this process on your WordPress blog.

Suggested Reading:

Educause Learning Initiative. (2008). 7 things you should know about ustream. 7 Things You Should Know About… 2008(21 October). http://www.educause.edu/library/resources/7-things-you-should-know-about-ustream

https://jennscheffer.wordpress.com/2015/01/11/going-global-with-google-hangouts/

Cochrane, Thomas, Buchem, Ilona, Camacho, Mar, Cronin, Catherine, Gordon, Averill, & Keegan, Helen. (2013). Building global learning communities. Research in Learning Technology, 21(ALT-C 2013 Conference Proceedings – Building new cultures of learning), 1-13. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/rlt.v21i0.21955

#Mosomelt 2017 Week 8 Exploring mobile audio sharing

Create a project that utilizes a mobile audio recording and sharing platform such as Soundcloud or AudioBoom, and upload an outline and example of your project to the Project Bank. http://mosomelt.org/the-project-bank/

PODCasting (internet streamed audio recordings) has been popular in education for many years, starting with the advent of the original iPod circa 2001, and leading to the development of iTunesU. Today there are many simpler options for recording and streaming audio via a variety of social media based platforms with associated mobile Apps. Soundcloud and Audioboom are two examples. How can these be used as a basis for student-generated projects? For example: students record and share interviews with experts in their field, students report and share reflections via audio, students create a PODCast show (e.g. East Tamaki School), students record and mashup environmental sounds representing their discipline…

http://www.core-ed.org/sites/efellows.org.nz/files/Dorothy_oracy.pdf

Upload your project description and any links to an example on the project bank: http://mosomelt.org/the-project-bank/

Review and rate another submitted project.

Reflect on this process on your WordPress blog.

Mobile audio recording and upload functionality is part of Apps such as “Audiocopy” https://itunes.apple.com/nz/app/audiocopy/id719137307?mt=8

A relatively long established PODCasting service is PODomatic, you can create and share your own free PODomatic channel, and download the PODomatic Player App. See for example a PODcast series from “The Versatilist”

https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/versatilist/episodes/2017-04-17T14_25_39-07_00

 

Suggested readings:

The birth of the iPod | Macworld

Reeves, Thomas. (2011, July). Authentic tasks and collaborative group work: Key factors for effective e-learning. effective elearning in practice, 2011, from http://unitube.otago.ac.nz/view?m=9WOR29G9iGC

McKinney, Dani, Dyck, Jennifer L, & Luber, Elise S. (2009). Itunes university and the classroom: Can podcasts replace professors? Computers & Education, 52(3), 617-623. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S036013150800167X

Educause. (2005). Podcasting. 7 Things You Should Know About… 2005, from http://www.educause.edu/LibraryDetailPage/666?ID=ELI7003

#Mosomelt 2017 Week 7: Explore More

#Mosomelt Week 7

It’s been great to have everyone on our first six weeks of the #mosomelt 2017 journey – for those who would like to explore more follow and participate in the next six weeks of the #mosomelt cMOOC to explore mobile collaboration and co production. You are encouraged to form project teams, design and create a simple educational project each week and share your project description for peer feedback and rating via the Mosomelt “project bank” at http://mosomelt.org/the-project-bank/view-all/
Week 7 “Mobile Image Sharing”

Design and Create an educational project that utilizes a mobile image sharing platform such as Flickr or Instagram, and upload an outline and link to an example of your project to the Project Bank. http://mosomelt.org/the-project-bank/130-2/

Review and rate another submitted project.

Reflect on this process on your WordPress blog.

Suggested Readings:

Axel Bruns. 2008. Blogs, Wikipedia, Second Life, and Beyond: From Production to Produsage. New York: Peter Lang Publishing. http://www.amazon.com/Blogs-Wikipedia-Second-Life-Beyond/dp/0820488666/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1273792978&sr=1-1

Vickel Narayan. 2011. Learner-generated content as a pedagogical change agent. In: G Williams, P Statham, N Brown, B Cleland, eds. Proceedings of the 28th ASCILITE Conference, ASCILITE 2011: Changing Demands, changing directions. Hobart, Tasmania, Australia: The University of Tasmania, pp. 891 – 903. http://www.ascilite.org.au/conferences/hobart11/downloads/papers/Narayan-full.pdf