Using Diigo to save bookmarks to the POT group

You can use Diigo to save bookmarks to a group, including the POT group. Here’s how.

Please note that since the video was made, the Diigo group’s name changed to “Program for Online Teaching”.

Brain-Friendly Pedagogy

January 2009 workshop with Jim Sullivan and Lisa M Lane, discussing current theories in how the brain works, and their impact on online teaching practice. (42 minutes)

Brain-Friendly Pedagogy from Program for Online Teaching on Vimeo.

Beginning Online Teaching

Workshop from May 2009, with Jim Sullivan and Lisa M Lane. (50 minutes)

Beginning Online Teaching from Program for Online Teaching on Vimeo.

Teaching Well Online: A Checklist

Presentation from 2 June 2008 workshop by Pilar Hernández and Lisa M. Lane, sharing a checklist to help instructors teach well online. The checklist itself is here [pdf].

Teaching Well Online: A Checklist from Program for Online Teaching on Vimeo.

Getting Started Teaching Online

MiraCosta College’s Program for Online Teaching workshop from August 2009 with Jim Sullivan and Lisa M. Lane.

Getting Started Teaching Online from Program for Online Teaching on Vimeo.

Adventures in Online Pedagogy

Workshop from POT MiniConference 10 January 2010, with Jim Sullivan and Lisa M. Lane. Discusses implications of basic learning theories (instructivism, constructivism and connectivism) for online teaching. Presentation portion only — this was followed by group work (30 minutes).

Adventures in Online Pedagogy from Program for Online Teaching on Vimeo.

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The Program for Online Teaching

A video about the Program for Online Teaching created by the POT leadership and AIS video masters Jim Chardi and Willie Byrd for MiraCosta’s convocation meeting on 22 January 2009. Includes peeks at course design from Louisa Moon, Jill Malone, Lisa M Lane, Pilar Hernández, Robert Kelley. (7 minutes)

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Lisa’s online discussion technique

Slideshow with audio of my Weekly Discussion Two-Step technique:

The Weekly Discussion Two-Step from Lisa M Lane

Excerpted from our Adventures with Online Pedagogy workshop in January 2010, an explanation of how Lisa uses bifurcated weekly discussion, first with students collaboratively creating a collection of resources, followed by facilitation and guidance into constructing a . . . → Read More: Lisa’s online discussion technique

Saving a bookmark in Diigo for students to access

Quick demonstration of tagging a webpage as you save it in Diigo for students to access.

Bookmarking in Diigo from Program for Online Teaching on Vimeo.

Beginners Workshop in 5 Minutes

An interpretive film of our Beginners Workshop (also known as “Where the Hell Do I Start?”), an all-day event on 20 January 2011. Here we present our method for starting out with pedagogy and taking control of the technology to teach the way you want.

Beginners Workshop from Program for Online Teaching on Vimeo.

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