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     Today’s Presentation
What is Filamentality?
Why you should use it?
How to use it?
How others are using it?




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                 FAQ’s
How do I actually use the web in the
 classroom or library?

Find good sites: Blue Web’n
Web-based Activities: Filamentality Formats




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                  FAQ’s
How do I make web pages and post them on
 the Internet?

Find good sites
Cut and paste the Title, URL, and a brief
 description of the site
Select “Hotlist” from the Navigation Menu


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      What Is                       ?
It helps you combine the "filaments" of the
   Web with a learner's "mentality.”




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       What Is                            ?
A fill-in-the-blank interactive Web site that
   guides you through picking a topic,
   searching the Web,
   gathering good Internet sites, and
   turning Web resources into learning activities.




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What Does Filamentality Do?
Blends your learning goals with the many
 resources available on the Web.
Guides you through the complete
 instructional design process.
Lets you focus on instruction, instead of
 HTML & graphics.




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          More Details…
Prompts you for Web site URLs, Titles,
 Introductions, Questions, etc.
Online support helps you pick a topic,
 search, write good questions, etc.
Builds the Web page for you & posts it on
 the Web for FREE for at least one year.




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      Who Should Use It?
Teachers
Librarians / Media Specialists
Trainers
Students
Parents
Internet Novices
Web Authors (for rapid prototyping)

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Filamentality is Easy to Use
Choose a format based on your learning
  goal. (It’s best to start with a Hotlist.)
Start a new topic.
Gather and add links.
Scaffold the links with a good description,
  instructions, questions, etc.



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How Others Use Filamentality
Use the Filamentality Search to see what
  others have created including:
   Web Activities
   Student Work
   Collaborations


Training (User Guides and handouts)

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    Any Questions??




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