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From Information to Knowledge

From Information to Knowledge

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Published by Nik Peachey
This document has been created to supplement a presentation that I am delivering at the AVELMEC ‘Social Networking Thriving as a Community of Practice’ online conference http://www.avealmec.org.ve/moodle/

The document contains a variety of follow up tasks and ‘How to’ sheets which should help educators to set up and try a number of tools to help them access quality information from a range of web based community sources. It will help them to access that information through RSS feeds, process and evaluate the information and streamline it for various purposes and show them how to use some tools to reflect on how they transform information into knowledge in their own classrooms and through reflection and reformulation.
This document has been created to supplement a presentation that I am delivering at the AVELMEC ‘Social Networking Thriving as a Community of Practice’ online conference http://www.avealmec.org.ve/moodle/

The document contains a variety of follow up tasks and ‘How to’ sheets which should help educators to set up and try a number of tools to help them access quality information from a range of web based community sources. It will help them to access that information through RSS feeds, process and evaluate the information and streamline it for various purposes and show them how to use some tools to reflect on how they transform information into knowledge in their own classrooms and through reflection and reformulation.

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FromInformationto Knowledge
Written by Nik Peachey | Learning Technology Consultant, Writer, Trainer
Teacher Development:http://nikpeachey.blogspot.com/ News and Tips:http://quickshout.blogspot.com/ Student Activities:http://daily-english-activities.blogspot.com/  On Social media:http://bloggingandsocialmedia.blogspot.com/ On Twitter:http://twitter.com/NikPeachey
From Information to Knowledge
Email:nikpeachey@mac.com
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Contents:IntroductionFinding the information you want
Tapping into the communityListening to the Twitter stream
Capturing information
How to create your RSS homepage
Sifting, evaluating and storing information
Creating a temporary reading listVisual bookmarkingCreating a knowledge sharing portal
Adding experience, reflection and reformulation
Creating a journal for reflectionReformulation for publication
About the author
From Information to Knowledge
Email:nikpeachey@mac.com
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© Nik Peachey
 
Introduction
This document has been created to supplement a presentation that I amdelivering at the AVELMEC
ʻ
Social Networking Thriving as a Community ofPractice
ʼ
online conferencehttp://www.avealmec.org.ve/moodle/  The document contains a variety of follow up tasks and
ʻ
How to
ʼ
sheets whichshould help educators to set up and try a number of tools to help themaccess quality information from a range of web based community sources. Itwill help them to access that information through RSS feeds, process andevaluate the information and streamline it for various purposes and showthem how to use some tools to reflect on how they transform information intoknowledge in their own classrooms and through reflection and reformulation.This document should be of use to any ELT educator with an interest ineducational technology, keeping their teaching and awareness of educationaldevelopments up to date and building their own personal developmentnetwork through social networking.As well as instruction n how to set up and use a range of web based tools, italso contains recommendations for social networks to join, blogs to visit andpeople to follow on Twitter.This document is a work in progress. If you would like to contribute to it bysupplying recommendations and links for further reading etc. please drop mea line.I hope you find it useful.BestNik Peachey
From Information to Knowledge
Email:nikpeachey@mac.com
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© Nik Peachey

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