field – furthering inclusive learning and development
A major aim of our organization is to incorporate new technologies into the disability sector for the purposes more successful recruitment and retention and to strengthen and widen learning and development
Web1.0: The information published on the web in a static manner. It is like your word document on the web with pictures and formatting done neatly. Hyper-linking the web-pages and bookmarking were two of the most important aspect of Web1.0 world. . Even today more than 70% users are only familiar with Web1.0.
Web2.0: This term was coined by Tim O’Reilly The information published in web2.0 world is very different from web1.0. There is a very high importance given on usability and sharing. The information published in Web2.0 world travels like wild fire, either partially or in full. Web2.0 world has less clutter coupled with easy retrieval of precise information and furthermore building upon that information and sharing it further. Widgets and Tagging are two important features of Web2.0. For a comprehensive information on web2.0, click here
Arun Prabhudesai was published on August 13th, 2007
Advantages/disadvantages of the blogs to the organisation
Offers a public platform for greater understanding of the issues facing people with a disability and their families.
Hey Dad and Freefall are written from a strengths-based, solution-focused approach, which assists people with CP and families to reframe their thinking about living with cerebral palsy into a more positive approach.
It provides the opportunity for the public to directly communicate with the authors and for them to engage in a dialogue in some instances – e.g. Freya’s post about being bullied at school http:// www.cpblogs.org.au/freefall/index.php?option = com_myblog&show =School- reunions.html&Itemid =3
The blogs put a more human face to the organisation’s corporate communications
Freefall and Hey Dad blogs has been as ‘discussion-starters’ in our face-to-face parent support groups.
additional time that is needed to moderate the comments (see below) but that is far outweighed by the benefits.
This blog came from the field Learning Partnership project. The blog is maintained by Ricky Buchanan .
This blog explores the dynamics of the relationships that are forged by people with disabilities and the workers who provide necessary support. It contains stories from people with a disability and support workers