This handout will assist you in establishing an online identity, organising and publishing information, and inviting relationships with people who have an interest and a motivation to learn.
- Every day, all around the world, many thousands of people are looking to learn things, and many thousands are looking to teach things. With the aid of the Internet, these people are able to connect and communicate without limitation of time. Networked teaching is a process of publishing information, inviting interactions with people and other information, in such a way so as to offer support for people's teaching and learning.
Openness and your online identityEdit
- The authentic you - Anthropological Introduction to Youtube
- Your pictures, text, audio and video, all online, open access, on popular social media sites, ready for networking
- Copyright - use copyrights that enable people to reuse your work. Restricting reuse is restricting new and creative network connections forming. Use Creative Commons Attribution licensing.
Presence in popular mediaEdit
- Ask Ninja: What is Podcasting
- Managing your online identity for wide coverage
- Inviting, attracting, sustaining participation and engagement with your work
- - Why free online lectures will destroy universities – unless they get their act together fast By Adrian Hon for The Telegraph. 25 November 2010