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  • 1. WEB 2.0 "My vision of school/classroom 2.0 is, more than anything else, about conversations. Traditional schools involved teachers and textbooks delivering information to students, and students reflecting that information back. To better serve their future, today’s classrooms should facilitate teaching and learning as a conversation — two-way conversations between teachers and learners, conversations between learners and other learners, conversations among teachers, and new conversations between the classroom and the home and between the school and its community." David Warlick
  • 2. From The Zero Strategist , make your own on Wordle .
  • 3. WEB 2.0 IS “ THE PARTICIPANT ECONOMY . . . WEB 2.0 IS ABOUT PEOPLE” JEREMY VARGA The “ Conversation Prism ” From Brian Solis of PR 2.0
  • 4. POPULAR WIKIS
  • 5. WIKIS
      • Concept :  "fast" in Hawaiian, W.I.K.I. (What I Know Is...)
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      • Definition :  database of linked web pages where users can edit pages live, "governed" by user community
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      • Topic-specific vs. Open-purpose (less "governance") vs. Build-your-own
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      •   Possible uses : 
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      • Research
      • Increased access to information
      • Contributions (SME)
      • Communication
      • Teaching (writing, history, etc.), academia 
      • Current/world events
      • News
      • Interests
  • 6. WIKIS: Examples
      •   FamilySearch Wiki , Topic:  Norway  (research, family history)
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      • Maps Wiki  (maps, geography)
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      • Cookbook Wiki  (recipes)
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      • Cory Little's American History class (history)
  • 7. POPULAR BLOG SITES
  • 8. BLOGS
      • Concept :  contraction of "web log," 200+ million
      • Microblogs:  short-form blogs (think email vs. texting)
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      • Definition :  interactive web pages where owner(s) add content and users interact through commentary
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      • Possible uses : 
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      • Communication
      • Family History/Documentation
      • Journaling/Records
      • Retail (business, marketing, advertising)
      • Sharing (recipes, art, decor, fashion)
      • Teaching/Academia (Writing Process, point-of-view, persuasion, etc.)
      •   Learning (topics from technology to gardening)
  • 9. BLOGS: Examples
      • Judge Memorial HS  (school)
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      • Live Journal  (journaling)
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      • Yelp  (travel/leisure)
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      • Santa's Gift Shoppe  (business/ideas)
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      • Recipes  (food)
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      • Microblog  ("abbreviated" blogs)
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    • Blog additions:
      • Swicki from Eurekster
      • Widgets /Gadgets
      • Aesthetics
  • 10. SOCIAL NETWORKING
  • 11. SOCIAL NETWORKING (CONCEPT OF) Possible uses:  communication, collaborate on projects, maintain professional contacts, find jobs or employees. Examples: Facebook, Myspace, Twitter, Flixster, Linkedin
  • 12. NINGS- SPECIAL MENTION
      • Nings are your own social networks that you create
      • Possible uses:  social skills/etiquette, community/collaboration, support, SMEs unite, academia, leadership opportunities, cooperative learning
      • Examples: UTLA ning ,
  • 13. SOCIAL NETWORKING (CONCEPT OF)
      • Real-life example
      • Use Rapleaf to find people in social media. Look up yourself on Wink too.
      • Job search SimplyHired
  • 14. SOCIAL BOOKMARKING
  • 15. SOCIAL BOOKMARKING
    • Social bookmarking is a method for Internet users to share, organize, search, and manage bookmarks of web resources. Unlike file sharing , the resources themselves aren't shared, merely bookmarks that reference them.
    • Possible uses:  You can use bookmarks to collect websites to create a calendar of upcoming events
    • Maintain an on-line folder of research materials and reference sites
    • Create a file indexing system (images, audio, video) for items that are online
    • Create a public, on-line portfolio – content creators are always looking for an audience for their material
    • Examples: Delicious, Digg, Redditt
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  • 16. GOOGLE DOCS Google Docs is a free, Web-based word processor , spreadsheet , presentation , and form application offered by Google . It allows users to create and edit documents online while collaborating in real-time with other users.   Possible uses: This is the way we collaborate on our idet project.  Benefits are:  each member can add what they want at any time.  We can choose to work on something at the same time and "chat" with each other while working.
  • 17. RSS READERS / AGGREGATORS
  • 18. RSS READERS / AGGREGATORS
      • Concept :  "Really Simple Syndication," also "Rich Site Summary," web feed capability
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      • Definition :  tool that alerts user to website updates from media such as blogs, news sites, video-sharing, etc.
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      • Possible uses : 
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      • Organization
      • News
      • Trends
      • Financial websites
      • Current information
      • Communication/Discussions
      • Alerts
      • School information
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  • 19. RSS READERS / AGGREGATORS
      • Icon   
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      • Web page edits
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      • News Feed  
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      • Stock Market
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      • Readers:
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      • Google Reader
      • Slashdot
      • News Gator
  • 20. MEDIA-SHARING SITES
  • 21. MEDIA-SHARING SITES
      • Concept:  digital communication and interaction
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      • Definition: websites enabling communication between sender/receiver including various media forms
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      • Possible uses: 
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      • Student-made productions
      • Teaching/Academia/Research
      • Training (how-to/tutorial/modeling)
      • Journaling/Records
      • Family History
      • Sharing opinions/ideas
      • Business/Marketing/Advertising
      • Professional Development
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  • 22. MEDIA-SHARING SITES
      • YouTube  (videos)
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      • "In Plain English" on YouTube (training)
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      • Digg (news/editorials)
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      • Teacher Tube  (videos, documents, other)
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      • School Tube  (videos, other)
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      • Flickr  (photos)
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      • Picasa  (photos)
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      • Photo Bucket
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  • 23. INTERNET TELEPHONE- VOIP
      • Concept:  Voice Over Internet Protocol - voice transmission via the Internet
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      • Definition:  various digital technologies enabling voice communication online
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      • Possible uses:
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      • Business meetings
      • "Sister" classrooms
      • Professional Development
      • Contributions (SMEs)
      • Training/Modeling
      • Demonstrations/Presentations
      • Research
      • Teaching/Academia
  • 24. INTERNET TELEPHONE- VOIP
      • Skype (telephone)
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      • Net2Phone (telephone)
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      • Free Switch (open-source VOIP)
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      • Go to Meeting (web conferencing)
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      • Yugma (web conferencing)
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      • Podcast Alley  (podcasting)
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      • Teachers Webinars (webinars)
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      • More Teacher Webinars (webinars)
  • 25. RESTRICTIONS Nebo Iron County Canyons Daggett County Schooltube Edublogs Google Reader Youtube Hulu Blogger Edublogs Newsgator Nings Twitter Diigo etc
  • 26. LINKS & BLOGROLL Generation Yes Cool Cat Teacher Blog 2 cents worth Dangerously Irrelevant Open Culture Utah Coalition for Educational Technology
  • 27. WEB 2.0 IS interactive Multi-dimensional fluid dynamic creative innovative evolving Far-reaching offers a “voice”
  • 28. Web 2.0 Summary
    • Media designed for conversation, contribution, and interaction:
      • Wikis
      • Blogs
      • Social Networking
      • Nings
      • Social Bookmarking
      • Google Docs
      • RSS/Aggregators
      • Media-Sharing
      • Video-Conferencing
      • Internet Telephone
      • Webinars
      • Podcasts
      • and so much more...
    •   How will YOU utilize Web 2.0 applications?
    • How will YOU influence Web 2.0?
  • 29. REFERENCES
      • Long, K. (2006, August 9). Web 2.0 ceo quotes from techcrunch video . Retrieved from http://experiencecurve.com/archives/web-20-ceo-quotes-from-techcrunch-video
      • McManus, R. (2009, October 13). Top 100 real-time web companies . Retrieved from http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/top_100_real-time_web_companies.php
      • Deon Designs. (2009, October 6). Top 100 social media sites . Retrieved from http://www.deondesigns.ca/blog/top-100-social-media-sites/
      • Jackson, L. (2009, June 5). Sites to see: social bookmarking . Retrieved from http://www.education-world.com/a_tech/sites/sites080.shtml
      • Davis, V. (2007). Wikis in the classroom . Retrieved from http://www.slideshare.net/coolcatteacher/wikis-in-the-classroom#stats-bottom
  • 30. Further reading
      • Oreilly, Tim, What is Web 2.0: Design Patterns and Business Models for the Next Generation of Software. Communications & Strategies, No. 1, p. 17, First Quarter 2007. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1008839
      • Christine Greenhow, Beth Robelia, and Joan E. Hughes   Learning, Teaching, and Scholarship in a Digital Age: Web 2.0 and Classroom Research: What Path Should We Take Now? Educational Researcher, May 2009; 38: 246 - 259.  
      • Rosen, D., Nelson, C. & Bloom, A. (2008). The wisdom of crowds: Understanding Web 2.0 and its applicability to higher education. In K. McFerrin et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference 2008 (pp. 3151-3152). Chesapeake, VA: AACE. Retrieved from http://www.editlib.org/p/27713 . 

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