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  • 1.
    • WHAT IS IT & WHY DO I USE IT?
    Web 2.0
  • 2. What is Web 2.0?
    • Web 2.0 is a neologism that signifies the transformation from the “read web to the “read-write” web.
      • “ the Web was shifting from being a medium, in which information was transmitted and consumed, into being a platform, in which content was created, shared, remixed, repurposed, and passed along.”
    • Web 2.0 works as a customizable network system to link users to information and each other
    • Web 2.0 is not just a technological revolution, but also a social revolution!
  • 3.  
  • 4.
    • Before Web 2.0
    • After Web 2.0
    • A type of content
    • Focus on content design
    • Composed, organized, & packaged by publishers
    • Organized and structured into courses
    • Consumed by students through reading
    • Uses books, manuals, or tutoring software
    • A system
    • Nodes of info connected to other nodes of info, largely produced by students
    • Syndicated information
    • Resembles a conversation or blog
    • Personal learning center where content is manipulated to meet learners’ needs – focus on content use
    • An electronic portfolio
    • An environment
    Learning
  • 5. Educase Study Reveals…
  • 6. Implications for Educators
    • Institutions of education must learn to incorporate Web 2.0 applications in a positive and educational way.
    • Educators must be flexible and creative in their use of technology in the classroom.
    • Educators must embrace a two-way exchange between themselves and students, realizing they will potentially learn as much as they teach.
    • Educators must never stop learning.
      • This used to be in regards to their content area.
      • Now, this statement also applies to exchanging information using Web 2.0.
  • 7.
    • Some We Will Explore
    • Some for You to Explore
    • Podcasts
    • Blogs
    • Photo Management
    • Satellite Maps
    • Video
    • Wikis
    • ePortfolios
    • Social Bookmarks
    • Online Groups
    • Social Networks
    • Voice Thread
    • Scrapbooks
    • Virtual Worlds
    • Project Sharing
    Types of Web 2.0 Technology Note: Elements all incorporate some type of social network.
  • 8.
    • What Are They?
    • Podcasts in Education
    • Podcasts are audio files that are posted online so that users can automatically download the files to listen whenever they want.
      • Most commonly in MP3 format
    • Podcasting allows individuals to have a self-published, syndicated radio show
    • Lectures can be posted online or downloaded from other universities through places such as the iTunes store
      • Instant world-wide access
    • Adds an auditory dimension to courses to meet the needs of varied learning styles
    • Allows absent students to easily obtain lecture content
    • New medium for class projects
    • Transportability of material
    Podcasts
  • 9.
    • Specfic
    • General Search Sites
    • Podcasts for Teachers
    • Podcasts for Educators
    • PodCop
    • Spanish PodFrecasts
    • Beginning French
    • Moritz Law
    • Theories of Communication
    • Scientific American
    • Learn Out Loud
    • Language Arts Podcasts
    • Mathgrad.com
    • Small Business Expo
    • White House Podcasts
    • Podcast Alley
    • Podcast.net
    • AllPodcasts
    • Podcasting Station
    • Podcast Bunker
    • Podcasting Tools
    • iTunes
    • Replay Media
    • Family Friendly Podcasts
    • Podcast Network
    • NPR Podcasts
    • Internet Archive
    • Podscope
    Podcasting Sites
  • 10. Blogs: What Are They?
    • Blogs are a web site that contains an online personal journal with reflections, comments, and often hyperlinks provided by the writer.
    • They often offer opportunities for community members to respond to the posts in an asynchronous form of communication.
  • 11.
    • How do they work?
    • Using RSS to Manage
    • RSS (really simple syndication) is a way to manage blogs & news posts so the information you are interested in “feeds” directly to you.
      • RSS in Plain English
    Blogs
    • Blogs in Plain English
  • 12.
    • Instructors Uses of Blogs
    • Student Uses in Your Courses
    • Content-related blog as professional practice
    • Networking and personal knowledge sharing
    • Instructional tips for students
    • Course announcements and readings
    • Annotated links
    • Knowledge management
    • Reflective or writing journals
    • Knowledge management
    • Assignment submission and review
    • Dialogue for group work
    • E-portfolios
    • Share course-related resources
    Educational Uses of Blogs
  • 13. http://www.edtechpost.ca/gems/matrix2.gif
  • 14.
    • Technology Blogs
    • Subject Matter Blogs
    • Social Computing Magazine
    • Read/WriteWeb
    • Techcrunch
    • Weblogg-ed
    • Techweb
    • The Gadgeteer
    • Boing Boing
    • Syndicated Learning
    • English4Today
      • Includes podcasts
    • Emergiblog (nursing)
    • Education Trends
    • Civil War History
    • Officer.com
    • Education Blog List
    • Internet Stocks
    • Higher Education
    Blogs
  • 15.
    • What is Photo Management?
    • Educational Uses
    • Photo management sites allow users to organize their digital photos and share them with people world-wide.
    • Not just for art class!
    • Great way to create a class presentation based on a field trip/field experience
    • Post photos of specimens or objects for students to view – such as plant ID
    • Store & organize your digital pictures by subject, course or other
    Photo Management
  • 16. Flickr
    • Flickr possibly the leading website of its kind, combines photo management & sharing systems with blogging and mapping options.
    • It also offers community groups for members to join
    • There are free and “pro” accounts
  • 17.
    • Google Earth
    • Educational Uses
    • Google Earth is a virtual globe browser, arguably the most popular of those available for free on the Internet.
      • (NASA's World Wind and ESRI's upcoming ArcGIS Explorer are competitors).
    • Virtual globes allow users to interactively display and investigate geographic data.
    • Use demos to get your students excited about geography
    • Use different Google Earth layers to study:
      • Economics
      • Demographics
      • Transportation
    • Use real-time coordinates to demonstrate distance calculations
    • View tectonic plate-shift evidence
    • Study major land forms.
    • The only limit to Google Earth's classroom uses is your imagination.
    Satellite Maps
  • 18.
    • Google Earth
    • Links
    • Google Earth in Darfur
    • Using Templates to Create Content
    • Google Earth User Guide
    • Google Earth & Geoscience Education
    • Review & Download
    • Google Earth Blog
    • Google for Educators
    • Crisis in Darfur
    More Google Earth
  • 19.
    • What is YouTube?
    • Educational Uses
    • YouTube is a video sharing website that allows users to upload, view, and share videos.
      • Other sites also host video sharing
      • YouTube is one of the industry leaders.
    • Great for visual learners!
    • Engaging enrichments
    • Gives historical context, examples, or demonstrations
    • Scaffolding for higher level learning
    Video
  • 20.
    • Links about Video
    • Other Video Sites
    • Techlearning
    • NCLB Research
    • Video for the Classroom
    • KQED
    • Annenberg Media
    • 7 Strategies
    • Metacafe
    • Google Video
    • AOL Video
    • Jumpcut
    • Yahoo Video
    • MSN Video
    • Ebaum’s World
    • Spike
    • United Streaming
    • EVC
    • Video Placement
    • Internet Archive
    • EPA (Specialty sites have videos!)
    Video
  • 21.
    • What Are They?
    • Educational Uses
    • "Wiki Wiki" is Hawaiian for "quick".
    • A wiki is computer software that allows users to easily create, edit and link web pages.
      • It is like combining a web page & a Word document
    • Wikis are used to create:
      • Collaborative websites
      • Power community websites
      • Intranets
    • Wiki in Plain English
    • Collaborative writing
    • Coordinating planning
    • Easily create simple websites
    • Project development with peer review
    • Data collection
    • Review classes & teachers
    • Presentations
    • Create courses
    Wikis
  • 22.
    • Using Wikis
    • Wiki Sites
    • Wiki Design Principles
    • Using Wiki in Education
    • Wikis in Higher Education
    • 7 Things You Should Know
    • Wiki Comparisons
    • Pbwiki
      • Video
    • Wet Paint
    • Wikispaces
    Wikis
  • 23.
    • What is the purpose?
    • Educational Uses
    • "The portfolio can provide an opportunity to demonstrate one's ability to collect, organize, interpret and reflect on documents and sources of information.
    • It is also a tool for continuing professional development, encouraging individuals to take responsibility for and demonstrate the results of their own learning."
    • Metacognition development
    • History of development & growth
    • Make connections between learning experiences
    • Authentic assessment tool
    • Personal knowledge management
    • Showcase competencies
    • Interdisciplinary synthesis
    ePortfolios
  • 24.  
  • 25.
    • More Information
    • Web Sites
    • ePortfolios (Awesome!)
    • 7 Things You Should Know
    • ePortfolio.eu
    • ePortfolios for Learning
    • Sample Portfolio
    • Free Basic ePortfolio sites
      • My eCoach
      • OSP
      • rCampus
      • DIGIcation
    • Subscriber/Institutional use sites
      • Foliotek
      • Live Text
      • iWebfolio
      • ELGG
    ePortfolios
  • 26.
    • More Info
    • More Practice with 2.0
    • eLearn Magazine
    • Stephen’s Web
    • Educase Study
    • Robin Good
    • eLearn Space
    • TVUSD
    • Gliffy
    • 23 Things to Do
    Web 2.0 Websites
  • 27. Questions?
  • 28. Your Turn!
    • Social Bookmarks
      • Social Bookmarks in Plain English
    • Online Groups
    • Social Networks
      • Social Networking in Plain English
    • Voice Thread
    • Scrapbooks
    • Virtual Worlds
    • Project Sharing