Web Pages, Blogs, Wikis, Podcast, and multimedia authoring software<br />By: Shondrea McCargo<br />
WEBPAGESDocument or information resource for the World Wide Web that can be accessed through a web browser and displayed t...
Educational Purposes<br />Sharing information such a news<br />Publishing students' work (Projects, papers, grades, etc.)<...
Tips for creating a Webpage<br />WebPages Should: <br />Be easy to read <br />Be easy to navigate <br />Be well organized ...
Free Educational WebPages<br />Pageflakes.com - popular items to include: Message board, notes about assignments , class t...
BLOGSShort for “Weblog”,  informal website consisting of "time-stamped" articles or post. <br />Tumblr<br />BlogSpot<br />
Blogging in the Classroom <br />Helps keep records of students reading, project, or classroom discussions-Keep track of pr...
Educational Blogging Precautions<br />-Know your school and districts policies concerning students<br />-Get parental cons...
Popular Blogs<br />-Blogger.com<br />-Tumblr.com<br />-blogstream.com<br />-Edublogs.com	<br />blogsearch.google.com<br />...
WIKIA collaborative websites allowing users to create, add to, modify, or delete content via their web browser.<br />
Educational Wikis<br />
Educational Wiki Pros<br />Creates a "student centered" website.<br />Facilitates group authoring and collaboration<br />A...
Wiki Cons<br />There is little accountability for information because you do not need qualifications to post information. ...
Popular Wiki Sites	<br />Wikipedia.com<br />mediawiki.org<br />pbworks.com/edu<br />seedwiki.com<br />wiki.com<br />wikisp...
PODCASTA podcast (or non-streamlined) is a series of digital media files (either audio or video) that are released episodi...
Podcasting Sites<br />Podcast.com<br />Epnweb.org<br />Ed-cast.org<br />Teacherspodcast.org<br />
MULTIMEDIA AUTHORING SOFTWAREUsed to create electronic presentations, simulations, and software demonstrations that includ...
Camstasia Studios<br />
Uses:<br />Record screenshots<br />Use PowerPoint to create presentations<br />Create podcast<br />Allows students to:<br ...
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Web pages, blogs, wikis, podcast

  1. 1. Web Pages, Blogs, Wikis, Podcast, and multimedia authoring software<br />By: Shondrea McCargo<br />
  2. 2. WEBPAGESDocument or information resource for the World Wide Web that can be accessed through a web browser and displayed through a monitor or mobile device.<br />
  3. 3. Educational Purposes<br />Sharing information such a news<br />Publishing students' work (Projects, papers, grades, etc.)<br />Communicating with parents<br />Promoting after school activities<br />
  4. 4. Tips for creating a Webpage<br />WebPages Should: <br />Be easy to read <br />Be easy to navigate <br />Be well organized <br />Have a layout design consistency <br />Be easily locatable on web <br />Include small graphic files on page<br />Be Interactive<br />Be Quickly downloadable<br />
  5. 5. Free Educational WebPages<br />Pageflakes.com - popular items to include: Message board, notes about assignments , class to-do list, current feed for weather, news, etc<br />
  6. 6. BLOGSShort for “Weblog”, informal website consisting of "time-stamped" articles or post. <br />Tumblr<br />BlogSpot<br />
  7. 7. Blogging in the Classroom <br />Helps keep records of students reading, project, or classroom discussions-Keep track of project related task that need completion<br />Helps directly cite quotations using links<br />Keep track of data such as events for social studies & scientific experiments <br />Learn math and mentor others using concepts and assignments<br />Allow other to edit blogs for feedback<br />
  8. 8. Educational Blogging Precautions<br />-Know your school and districts policies concerning students<br />-Get parental consent before allowing students to blog.<br />-Avoid sites that requires students to give full name and email address (outdated)<br />-Avoid sites that request personal information (semi-outdated)<br />-Review what is permissible for students <br />-Remind student of the important of being “netiquette” and respectable.<br />- Have rules of appropriate behavior and consequences set <br />-Provide examples of model blogs <br />-Inquire whether classroom blogs are acceptable.<br />
  9. 9. Popular Blogs<br />-Blogger.com<br />-Tumblr.com<br />-blogstream.com<br />-Edublogs.com <br />blogsearch.google.com<br />spaces.live.com<br />
  10. 10. WIKIA collaborative websites allowing users to create, add to, modify, or delete content via their web browser.<br />
  11. 11. Educational Wikis<br />
  12. 12. Educational Wiki Pros<br />Creates a "student centered" website.<br />Facilitates group authoring and collaboration<br />A general space to view information all in one place.<br />Stores data collections<br />Displays student projects<br />Shares presentations student can view for clarity<br />
  13. 13. Wiki Cons<br />There is little accountability for information because you do not need qualifications to post information. Anyone is allowed to post and edit information regardless of actual knowledge of subject.<br />
  14. 14. Popular Wiki Sites <br />Wikipedia.com<br />mediawiki.org<br />pbworks.com/edu<br />seedwiki.com<br />wiki.com<br />wikispaces.com <br />EDUCATIONAL WIKI SITE<br />gps8socialstudies.pbwiki.com<br />
  15. 15. PODCASTA podcast (or non-streamlined) is a series of digital media files (either audio or video) that are released episodically and often downloaded through web-syndication.<br />
  16. 16. Podcasting Sites<br />Podcast.com<br />Epnweb.org<br />Ed-cast.org<br />Teacherspodcast.org<br />
  17. 17. MULTIMEDIA AUTHORING SOFTWAREUsed to create electronic presentations, simulations, and software demonstrations that include text graphics, video, audio, animations and screen captures.<br />Uses:<br />Create digital tutorials<br />Teach lessons using PowerPoint presentations with voiceover<br />Develop short how-to videos<br />Create animated whiteboard-type presentations<br />
  18. 18. Camstasia Studios<br />
  19. 19. Uses:<br />Record screenshots<br />Use PowerPoint to create presentations<br />Create podcast<br />Allows students to:<br />Stream on web<br />Store media <br />Show media using DVD player, TV, ipod, or PC<br />
  20. 20. The End. <br />Thanks for Listening!<br />
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