The Internet, Part I

Collaborating on the Web: Transforming Teaching and Research in Higher Education
Thursday, November 20, 2014
11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Rose Hill - Walsh Family Library - Flom Auditorium

Part one reviews tools for collaboration and best practices for using the Web in teaching, learning, and research. The web is about 25 years old. Part two investigates implications of various online trends and how educators and students might collaboratively use and experience the Internet for the next 25 years. The session takes place March 12, 2015.


Matching Tools to Task (wiki) via @LindsayKarp
Top 100 Tools for Learning via @c4lpt

Personal Learning Network (PLN)

Building a PLN (PDF) via LPS
Building a PLN (slides) via @Langwitches
Getting Connected via Mark Rounds APU EdTech
Personal Learning Networks (video) via @willrich45
A PLN Quick Start Guide via A Principal's Reflections
PLN Connect. Collaborate. Contribute (wiki) via BSD Learning Community
What "Connected Education" Looks Like: 28 Examples from Teachers All Over via Teaching & Learning with The New York Times


Social Media: Twitter via @kris10_

Twitter Directories

10 Ed-Tech Voices to Follow on Twitter via EdTech Magazine
23 Most Influential Twitter Users in EdTech via Mediacore
50 Global Edu Leaders You Should Follow on Twitter via Online College
The Twitter Top 100: Education Technology Must-Follows via Open Sesame

Delicious (social bookmarking)

Social Media: Delicious via @kris10_

Additional Resources
The Internet in Realtime

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5 URL Expanders to Help You Avoid Spammy Links
Jargon Buster via Google


Jane's Daily PKM Routine
Stages of Personal Learning NetworkAdoption
David Hopkins PLE
How to Grow Your Personal Learning Network with Social Media
Connected Learning
US Online Users, What Are People Doing?

The Internet, Part II

The Internet, Higher Education, and the Next 25 Years

Thursday, March 12, 2015
11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Lincoln Center - LL309

On March 12 of last year, the Internet turned 25 years old. It's not easy to predict what's in store for the next 25 years. However, part 2 of our discussion on the Internet explores some of the possibilities relevant to higher education, including how educators and students might collaboratively use and experience the Internet in the future.

Not The Same Thing: The Internet vs. the Web
How the Web Works
Three billion People Are on the Internet Now
The Web is 25 years old today – so how has it changed the way we learn?
The History of the Internet (video)
The Web's Creator Looks to Reinvent it
Decentralized Web Summit


A Year in Search (2014) In 2014 we searched trillions of times. What do these searches say about us?

Net Neutrality
Everything you need to know about today's net neutrality victory in seven minutes
What Happens Now With Net Neutrality?

Security & Threats

Cybergeddon: Why the Internet could be the next “failed state”
Beware Online "filter bubbles" TED talk
Terms and Conditions May Apply
Terms of Service Didn't Read


15 predictions for the future of the Internet
Five EdTech Predictions for 2015
Satellite Internet: meet the hip new investment for Richard Branson, Elon Musk
Coming Data Deluge Means You’ll Know Anything You Want, Anytime, Anywhere
The Internet of Things Explained


The Evolution of Learning Technologies
What Will the Internet Look Like in 100 Years?
The History of the Internet
Market of Information
Internet Tubes

About the Presenter

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Kristen Treglia is a Senior Instructional Technologist at Fordham University. She develops technology resources for faculty and teaches best practices for technology-based teaching methods and materials. She also has ten years’ experience teaching secondary mathematics and is well versed in social media and Web 2.0 technologies. |