This scenario is designed for training adult trainers in developing courses where they coach their audience (students/trainee...) to set up a collective watching system.
The scenario will introduce two different types of tools to help audience set up the watch system
The training session will result in the set up of a mean to collect collaborative information on a topic. For example :
The trainer should choose a reasonably realistic scenario based on his audience.
The trainer set up the context :
1.Demo and brief
Trainer set up a brief explanation of what Diigo is and when to best use it. Short demonstration
2. Students experiment with Diigo.
Set up of an individual account. They are asked to bookmark, highlight and annotate a certain number of urls. Creation of a group. Co-creation of new entries. Tagging.
3. Debriefing session.
4. Open discussion over « sources » and what constitute a qualified source
include, « how do deal with old sources »
1. Discovery of a wiki and demo by the trainer
What is it ? Which uses ? Discovery of wiki-based projects (eg. Wikipedia). Main features (editable, history, recent changes, navigation, categories). Quick preview of other features such as bibliographic notes
2. Training on a wiki
Propose a wiki instance.
Propose to create an article together, which will be a summary of the topic originally chosen (for example, if the goal of the training is to set up a watch system for a company, ask students to write down a short article about this company)
Ask each student to
Ask students to add to the wiki page, links to the diigo group as a « for more details » or « external sources ».
3. Intellectual property and collective production
Open discussion on intellectual property rights within a collective text (in particular outline the benefits the tracking who added what and when in terms of legitimacy, transparency and attribution). May develop pedagogical tools to stimulate the debate.
In a similar way than above.