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Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Coming of Age: 2nd edition timelines etc

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Coming of Age, 2nd edition

Contents (draft)

* = new content
++ = moved content

If you would like to change any of the sections I've written, or add to them, please let me know so I can co-ordinate that. Also, if you know of anyone who has done great things with the 1st edition, please write a cse study (250 words?).

Remember: you need people's permission to quote, use their pics (or at least abide by the CC licnsing terms or whatever).

See towards end of this post for timelines.
  1. PRELIMINARY INFORMATION
  2. THE CONTRIBUTORS: QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
  3. INTRODUCTION
  4. * Introduction to the 2nd edition
  5. GLOSSARY OF TERMS USED
  6. A NOTE ON SPELLING
  7. BOOK REVIEW: REDEFINING LITERACY FOR THE 21ST CENTURY
  8. * BOOK REVIEW: Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts
  9. EFFECTIVE E-LEARNING THROUGH COLLABORATION -- Steve Lee & Miles Berry
  10. * Website review: Shambles/web2 -- by ??
  11. WHAT ARE RSS FEEDS AND WHY HAVEN’T I HEARD ABOUT IT?(RSS FEEDS FROM AN EDUCATOR’S PERSPECTIVE) -- John Evans
  12. * Trends in Web 2.0 -- Will Richardson (tbc)
  13. *Collaboration in Online projects, -- Jennifer Wagner
  14. BLOGGING: SHIFT OF CONTROL -- Alan November
  15. PHOTO-SHARING AND CLIP-ART
  16. FACTORING WEB LOGS TO THEIR FUNDAMENTALS -- David Warlick
  17. VIRTUAL SUPPORT VIA THE BLOGOSPHERE -- Mechelle De Craene
  18. THE INTERNATIONAL EDUBLOG AWARDS -- Josie Fraser
  19. * Blog.ac.uk -- Josie Fraser
  20. BLOGS YOU MUST READ!
  21. ELGG AND BLOGGING IN PRIMARY EDUCATION -- Miles Berry
  22. USING BLOGS IN SCHOOL
  23. THINKING ABOUT CREATIVITY: THINKING ABOUT BLOGS! -- PETER FORD
  24. BOOK REVIEW: CLASSROOM BLOGGING: A TEACHER’S GUIDE TO THE BLOGOSPHERE
  25. BOOK REVIEW: NEW TOOLS FOR LEARNING
  26. DIARY OF A POTENTIAL PODCASTING JUNKIE -- CHRIS SMITH
  27. PODCASTING -- Dai Thomas
  28. FINDING AND SUBSCRIBING TO A PODCAST VIA ITUNES
  29. OBTAINING INFORMATION ABOUT A PODCAST IN ITUNES
  30. GIVING STUDENTS A SECOND LISTEN -- Shawn Wheeler
  31. PODCASTING: A REVIEW OF RECORDING DEVICES
  32. OTHER USEFUL WEBSITES
  33. RECORDING A PODCAST ON A COMPUTER
  34. USES OF PODCASTING IN SCHOOLS
  35. * Blogging vs podcasting: how to decide -- Steve Denbo
  36. * Digital storytelling: a practical classroom guide -- Mechelle De Craene (tbc)
  37. * Digital storytelling -- David Jakes
  38. * Stories without words -- Barbara Ganley (tbc)
  39. WIKIS: AN INTRODUCTION
  40. ++ PODCASTING AND WIKIS -- EWAN MCINTOSH
  41. WIKIPEDIA VS BRITANNICA
  42. WIKIVILLE: AN INTERVIEW WITH JOHN BIDDER
  43. VIDEO BLOGGING: TERRY FREEDMAN INTERVIEWS PAUL KNIGHT
  44. VIDEO BLOGGING IN SCHOOLS
  45. * Web 2.0 video editing -- Chris Smith
  46. * Video blogging and cell phones as agents of social empowerment: food for thought for older students (tbc)
  47. SOCIAL BOOKMARKING
  48. FORUMS, INSTANT MESSAGING AND OTHER WAYS TO PARTICIPATE
  49. * Weaving Web 2 tools -- Darren Kuropatwa (tbc)
  50. * What's available for Mac users? -- Peggy George (tbc)
  51. * case studies (throughout the book) (tbc)
  52. FURTHER READING

Time lines

1. Confirmation of contribution: 1 September 2006
2. (Updated) biographies (approx 100 words) + mugshot: 8 September 2006
3. (Updated) Chapter -- 1st draft: 15 September 2006
4. Chapter (final draft): 1st October 2006
5. Recording of chapter to Shawn Wheeler: 3rd October 2006
5. Proof copy of 2nd edition: 1st November 2006: send to contributors
6. Feedback on 2nd edition by 15th November
7. Finished version: 30th November


Style guide

(if you are not changing your existing chapter, ignore this section)

1. Please send file in text format
2. Designate headings by having them on a line with a blank line above and below
3. It would be useful if you could also send me a Word version showing headings, bold text etc so I can see how you envisgaed it looking
4. Please use internet rather than Internet, ditto email rather than Email, except at start of sentences
5.Please save file in the format coa-title-name, eg coa-video blogging in schools-terry freedman
6. Please send pics separately
7. If u use pics, please indicate in text where they should go

Copyright

If you're happy with the following statement, do nothing. If you prefer, you can have a CC licence on your own contribution (but please send the details along with your final chapter)

"This booklet is (c) 2006 Terry Freedman (Ed) and its individual contributors. The following copyright statement applies to all chapters, unless stated otherwise.
The content of this publication is provided for your own personal, professional and non-commercial use. However, you may pass it on to others, either in its entirety or as individual sections; if you do so, please include acknowledgements to the source. You may not adapt, alter or create a derivative work from any part of the booklet except for your own personal, professional and non-commercial use, and on condition that you make it clear that the altered article is different to that accredited to the original author. Any other use of the booklet and its content requires the prior written permission of Terry Freedman or the individual author."

Other conditions
1. The online edition is free, and therefore your contribution won't be paid for, as I hope you will understand. However, a PoD edition may be made available, with profits going to the EFF.

2. People are free to use the individual chapters and the whole book how they like. I haven't put a creative commons licence on it, but given very generous (c) terms instead. But contributors are free to make their contribution under a CC licence. (see "Coipyright" above)

3. You're free to make it available for download from your own websites -- in fact, this is very much encouraged.

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