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  • Session 2: Using Web 2.0 Technologies to Create Teacher Web Pages
  •  Web Syndication  Really Simple Syndication  Really Serious Stress Relief  Allows you to easily access frequently updated Internet content  You “subscribe” and updated content is delivered to your computer
  •  CommonCraft  Many quick video how-to’s  RSS in Plain English
  •  Teacher:  Posts lecture on site  Publishes lecture to Web Server  Newsfeed file  XML file  RSS file  Catalog of all information published
  •  Student  Installs a “news reader” or “news aggregator”  One function: check web server and downloads an identified RSS newsfeed on a regular basis  Effectively and continually asks the server, “Is there new content?”  Similar to e-mail – “Is there new e-mail?”  Server reports new content – aggregator dutifully downloads it
  •  Google Reader  Bloglines
  •  Plurk Question:  n2teaching will rebuild my blog roll. I think I am over the incident. If you would like to send me your blog/web url, I would appreciate it very much.  Link to responses
  •  Describe an item so that it can be found again by browsing or searching  Conveys meaning about the content  Folksonomies  Groups of tags
  •  K12 Online Conference  Chris Betcher – Sydney, Australia  “I Like Delicious Things”
  •  When students tag –  They are forced to think about themes and the big idea - metacognition  There becomes value to their writing – global audience
  •  Displays shared lists of user-created Internet bookmarks  Allows you to:  Organize  Rank  Display for others to see and use
  •  Content classified by tags  Allow searches for bookmarks using tags  People can connect  Find similar interests  Subscribe to other’s bookmarks  Allow access wherever you are – with Internet connection
  •  CommonCraft  Social Bookmarking in Plain English
  •  del.icio.us  Diigo