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COLLABORATIVE ICT

DEVELOPMENT

EMPOWERMENT TECHNOLOGIES Prepared by: Mr. Teodoro R. Llanes II


I CAN

❑ I can evaluate the quality, value, and appropriateness


of peer’s existing or previously developed ICT content
in relation to the theme or intended audience/ viewer of
an ICT project.

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TERMS
Terms used in Collaborative ICT
Development
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ONLINE COLLABORATION

Online Collaboration - Simply put,


online collaboration lets a group
of people work together in real-
time over the internet

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WEB CONFERENCE

Web Conference - provides live


audio/video communication
between two or more locations
to conduct meetings, training, or
presentations via the Internet.

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DIFFERENCE ON ONLINE COLAB & WEB CONF

The difference between Online


Collaboration and Web conference is
that Online collaboration is sharing
information to each other to come
with a way to achieve the groups goal.
While in Web Conference is more like
a meeting to discuss about a certain
topic.
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SECURITY IS ESSENTIAL IN ONLINE COLLABORATION

❑ Encryption- additional layer of


security that makes content
unreadable for people with malicious
intent.
❑ SSL (Secure Socket Layer)- is the
standard security technology for
establishing an encrypted link
between a web server and a browser
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A GOOD COLLABORATIVE TOOL:

❑ Is easy to use;
❑ Has features that will fit your
purpose;
❑ Are user-friendly and focused
on real-time updates; and
❑ Gives importance to security.

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ONLINE COLLABORATIVE TOOLS
AND WEB PORTAL
What are online collaborative tools and
web portals, why are they important?
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Facebook would not be that
interesting if it were not for all
your friends. In fact, the more
friends you have, the more
content you get.
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This also rings true for
other websites and blogs. It
is now time for us to create
a collaborative ICT content.

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WEB PORTAL

Web Portal – is a website that contains information from


different sources and places them in one location in a
uniform way.

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YAHOO.COM – A WEB PORTAL EXAMPLE

Yahoo.com – offers
a web portal a web
portal where news,
email, weather, etc.
are found in one
page

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TOP 9 WEB PORTALS

1) MySpace 6) Facebook
2) Baidu 7) YouTube
3) Wikipedia 8) Yahoo
4) Blogger 9) Google
5) MSN

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ONLINE COLLABORATIVE TOOLS

Online Collaborative Tools – are


tools that can help your group “go
the distance” and work as if you
already have your own office.
Working together does not
necessarily mean you have to be
physically together.

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EXAMPLES OF ONLINE COLLABORATIVE TOOLS:

❑ Facebook Groups
❑ WordPress
❑ G Suite
❑ Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides
❑ Microsoft Office Online
❑ Microsoft’s Yammer
❑ Trello
❑ Web Portals
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FACEBOOK GROUPS

Facebook Groups – allows you to create a group page that


will allow people in your group to communicate your ideas

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WORDPRESS

WordPress – allows you to have multiple contributors for a


single blog.

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G SUITE

G Suite – is a brand of cloud


computing, productivity and
collaboration tools,
software and products
developed by Google. It
comprises Gmail, Hangouts,
Calendar, and Google+ for
communication
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GOOGLE DOCS, SHEETS, AND SLIDES

Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides – are a word processor, a


spreadsheet and a presentation program respectively, all
part of a free, web-based software office suite offered by
Google within its Google Drive service

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MICROSOFT OFFICE ONLINE

Microsoft Office Online – allows multiple people to work on


different office files.

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MICROSOFT’S YAMMER

Microsoft’s Yammer –
offers companies to have
their own social network
that allows sharing and
managing content

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TRELLO

Trello – offer an online


to-do checklist for your
entire team

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“ Online Collaborative Tools
are most effective if the
group members are WILLING
to achieve a common goal.

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VALUES INTEGRATION

❑ We must use online collaborative tools effectively


and efficiently for good cause in order to progress
to certain developments for our country.

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DELIVERABLE #8: 8YourSection_Lastname.pdf

❑ What is Project Management? What are Project Management


Teams? Give a scenario of a project management setting.
❑ Why is ICT essential to Project Management?
❑ How does Online Collaborative Tools help in Project
Management? Give three tool example and a brief statement
on how they are essential on Project Management Teams.

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