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Social Networks: Understanding the Technical to Appreciate the Application Sep 21, 2016: ISM 101 Dr. Pinkard
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Minds on Fire Discussion “The emphasis on social learning stands in sharp contrast to the traditional Cartesian view of knowledge and learning—a view that has largely dominated the way education has been structured for over one hundred years. The Cartesian perspective assumes that knowledge is a kind of substance and that pedagogy concerns the best way to transfer this substance from teachers to students. By contrast, instead of starting from the Cartesian premise of “I think, therefore I am ,” and from the assumption that knowledge is something that is transferred to the student via various pedagogical strategies, the social view of learning says, “We participate, therefore we are.”
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Question of the week Do you agree with the following statement: The "Focus should not so much on what we are learning but on how we are learning." What is the implication for the design of D2L if the focus were to shift to how we learn and away from what we learn? Online students
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1 2 3 web was originally built to link static documents together (left), but evolved to incorporate social media and we are now seeing a web built around people where their profiles and content are moving with them as they visit differt websites
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When we sign up, most social networks ask us to create our "friends" group. .
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uch group exists offline
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Everyone is shoved into this big bucket.
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People don t ʼ have one group of friends. When we sign up, most social networks ask us to create our "friends" group.
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People have multiple independent groups of friends that form around life stages.
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Shared experience Lifestage Hobby
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OFFLIN E ONLINE The problem is that the social networks we ʼ re creating online don ʼ t match the social networks in our real life
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Implication of lack of sophistication
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Some of Sally’s best friends work in a bar. They miss her being around and she misses them.
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They share photos on Facebook of wild nights in the bar.
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