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Course Tech 2013, Anna Stirling, What is Web 2.0 & Why Should I Care?
 

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You’ve heard the term floating around, but what does it actually mean? Web 2.0 sites allow users to interact with ...

You’ve heard the term floating around, but what does it actually mean? Web 2.0 sites allow users to interact with
each other by creating and sharing user generated content.There are many ways that Web 2.0 can be integrated into
the classroom and encourage student engagement. In this workshop you will be introduced to two Web 2.0 sites:
Wordle, a and Animoto, and see how they can be used separately or together in the classroom to enhance
engagement and learning. In addition to introducing you to the tools, I will show you examples of how I have
incorporated the min to my online and traditional courses. By the end of this workshop participants will have
created a word cloud using Wordle, and produced a video using Animoto.

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    Course Tech 2013, Anna Stirling, What is Web 2.0 & Why Should I Care? Course Tech 2013, Anna Stirling, What is Web 2.0 & Why Should I Care? Presentation Transcript

    • What is Web 2.0 & Why Should I Care? Anna Stirling Adjunct Faculty CIS; Mt. San Jacinto College@ONE Online Teaching Certification Coordinator
    • What is Web 2.0 - the LONG description“A Web 2.0 site allows users to interact andcollaborate with each other in a social mediadialogue as creators (prosumers) of user-generated content in a virtual community, incontrast to websites where users (consumers)are limited to the passive viewing of contentthat was created for them. Examples of Web2.0 include social networking sites, blogs, wikis,video sharing sites, hosted services, webapplications, mashups and folksonomies.” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_2.0
    • Why Should I CARE?• Web 2.0 sites allow your students to interact with each other by creating and sharing content on the web• Integrating Web 2.0 tools keeps students engaged by default because it requires interaction
    • Easy to use TOOLSVideos on the websitewill show you how tocreate:• Word clouds using Wordle• Visually stunning videos using Animoto http://youtu.be/-J-5MgR1ArU
    • Get all the INFO http://bit.ly/AS-Web20
    • Do you have questions?Please feel free to contact me via email astirling@msjc.edu