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Prepared by: RZP August, 2012Prepared for: EDU653 CMU                                Read/Write Web                       ...
The Read/Write Web?      Images: courtesy of Clip Art                   Also called Web 2.0                   Free Web t...
BLOG   Definition: “online chronological collection of    personal comments and links”   Application: post comments, com...
WIKI   Definition: “Web page – modified by anyone with a    Web browser and Internet access”   Application: add, delete ...
FACEBOOK   Definition: social networking site – users interact    via criteria-based set of networks   Application: join...
FLICKR   Definition: “photo-sharing site where one can    upload, browse, tag, comment, annotate”   Application: create,...
NING   Definition: “online service where one can create    own social networks and join others”   Application: create pe...
PODCAST   Definition: software/hardware that allows    publishing/transmitting content via the Web   Application: create...
RSS   Definition: Really Simple Syndication – filter,    organizer of the vast amount of information   Applications: rec...
SCREENCAST   Definition: video recording of images usually    accompanied by narration   Application: demonstrate “how t...
SOCIALBOOKMARK   Definition: reciprocal social interaction and    collaboration/connection with others via tagged items ...
TWITTER                                                                Tw                                                 ...
Establish accounts in the following sites:            Prepared by RZP to accompany Read/Write Web SlideShareDelicious Soci...
Examples of accounts I have established                 Prepared by RZP to accompany Read/Write Web SlideShare   Class Bl...
Read/Write WebKWHL = LA (learned / apply)    What did I learn today?    How will I apply what I learned:1)   As a learne...
Click on the sound icon  Read/Write Web   Images courtesy of ClipArt / Photo courtesy of RZP Welcome   and Introductions...
Prepared by: RZP August, 2012Prepared for: EDU653 CMU                  Read/Write Web                                     ...
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  1. 1. Prepared by: RZP August, 2012Prepared for: EDU653 CMU Read/Write Web Photo: courtesy of RZP / Images: courtesy of Clip Art BLOG FACEBOOK WIKI PODCAST NING SCREENCAST FLICKR TWITTER SOCIALBOOKMARK RSS This presentation has been made possible thanks to: Educause resources, EDU653 and “Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts and Other Powerful Web Tools for Classrooms” by Will Richardson. Intro
  2. 2. The Read/Write Web? Images: courtesy of Clip Art Also called Web 2.0 Free Web tools Help you teach/learn Tech Tools
  3. 3. BLOG Definition: “online chronological collection of personal comments and links” Application: post comments, comment on posts, Pros: engage, share, reflect debate, Cons: may be biased, inaccurate Example: http://rita4edu653.blogspot.ca/ Reference: “Educause Learning Initiative” www.educause.edu/eli/ 7 Things you should know about Blogs
  4. 4. WIKI Definition: “Web page – modified by anyone with a Web browser and Internet access” Application: add, delete and modify content Pros: integrate, collaborate, participate Cons: inappropriateness, inaccuracy Example: http://educationalwikis.wikispaces.com/wiki/ Reference: “Educause Learning Initiative” www.educause.edu/eli/ 7 Things you should know about Wikis
  5. 5. FACEBOOK Definition: social networking site – users interact via criteria-based set of networks Application: join social/professional network Pros: user-controlled interaction Cons: privacy and judgement issues Example: http://www.facebook.com/educationReference: “Educause Learning Initiative” www.educause.edu/eli/7 Things you should know about Facebook
  6. 6. FLICKR Definition: “photo-sharing site where one can upload, browse, tag, comment, annotate” Application: create, publish, share Pros: available user-generated content Cons: improper use, inaccuracies Example: http://www.flickr.com/groups/wikipedia/ Reference: “Educause Learning Initiative” www.educause.edu/eli/ 7 Things you should know about Flickr
  7. 7. NING Definition: “online service where one can create own social networks and join others” Application: create personalized social networks on a specific topic Pros: private, personalized, one-stop shop Cons: unclear model of organization Example: http://classroom20.com Reference: “Educause Learning Initiative” www.educause.edu/eli/ 7 Thins you should know about Ning
  8. 8. PODCAST Definition: software/hardware that allows publishing/transmitting content via the Web Application: create, publish tailored audio files Pros: enable portable education Cons: difficulty downloading, one-way interaction Example: http://www.cbc.ca/manitoba/eal/lessons.html Reference: “Educause Learning Initiative” www.educause.edu/eli/ 7 Things you should know about Podcasting
  9. 9. RSS Definition: Really Simple Syndication – filter, organizer of the vast amount of information Applications: receive customized articles Pros: convenient, specific, available Cons: initial set-up time, some limitation Example: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/isd/students/e-learning/tools/rss/example Reference: “Educause Learning Initiative” www.educause.edu/eli/ 7 Things you should know about RSS
  10. 10. SCREENCAST Definition: video recording of images usually accompanied by narration Application: demonstrate “how to” do something Pros: private tutorial for the viewer Cons: one-way interaction Example: http://screencast.com/t/yZeQwVNUkQ Reference: “Educause Learning Initiative” www.educause.edu/eli/ 7 Things you should know about Screencasting
  11. 11. SOCIALBOOKMARK Definition: reciprocal social interaction and collaboration/connection with others via tagged items Application: research and archive resources Pros: work as a community Cons: inaccuracies in the use of “folksonomy” Example: http://delicious.com/ritaprokopetz Reference: “Educause Learning Initiative” www.educause.edu/eli/ 7 Things you should know about Social Bookmarking
  12. 12. TWITTER Tw ee t Definition: a form of microblogging which enables users to interact with technology and one another Application: read, write, edit, interact Pros: two-way interaction Cons: use of non-academic language Example: http://twitter.com Reference: “Educause Learning Initiative” www.educause.edu/eli/ 7 Things you should know about Twitter
  13. 13. Establish accounts in the following sites: Prepared by RZP to accompany Read/Write Web SlideShareDelicious Social Bookmarking SlideShare http://delicious.com/  http://www.slideshare.net/YouTube http://www.youtube.com/  Information courtesy ofBlogger (part of Google) EDU653* taken online via http://www.blogger.com/ Central Michigan UniversityGoogle Reader (part of Google)  This course* helped me establish Read/Write Web (Web http://www.google.com/ 2.0) resources to help in myWikispaces teaching and learning process. http://www.wikispaces.com/ There are many free toolsFlickr (part of Yahoo) available on the Internet to help http://flickr.com/ you get started. Enjoy!
  14. 14. Examples of accounts I have established Prepared by RZP to accompany Read/Write Web SlideShare Class Blog http://englishonline4everyone.blogspot.ca/ Flickr photo used in a lesson plan: “Pali papa 60 http://www.flickr.com/people/zsoltika/ Photo courtesy of ZSoltika Skill: writing/CLB: 5 Sharing information: Report an event (p.125) Class Wiki http://technology4aealclsrm.wikispaces.com/ I have also created a few Slideshare resources (available in the WWW). I share these with my group of learners. Feel free to download and/or embed these as required. http://www.slideshare.net/RitaProkopetz/presentations
  15. 15. Read/Write WebKWHL = LA (learned / apply) What did I learn today? How will I apply what I learned:1) As a learner2) As an educator
  16. 16. Click on the sound icon Read/Write Web Images courtesy of ClipArt / Photo courtesy of RZP Welcome and Introductions Expectations – for you as learner / teacher Sharing – impact on you / your learners Overview – Web 1.0 / Web 2.0 Rationale – PWP teaching / learning tool Q and A – comments welcome! KWHL = LA (learned / apply) Overview
  17. 17. Prepared by: RZP August, 2012Prepared for: EDU653 CMU Read/Write Web BLOG FACEBOOK WIKI PODCAST u! NING SCREENCAST yo FLICKR TWITTER nk SOCIALBOOKMARK RSS T ha Images: courtesy of Clip Art This presentation has been made possible thanks to: Educause resources, EDU653 and “Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts and Other Powerful Web Tools for Classrooms” by Will Richardson.
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