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  • Press F5 or enter presentation mode to view the poll
    In an emergency during your presentation, if the poll isn't showing, navigate to this link in your web browser:
    http://www.polleverywhere.com/multiple_choice_polls/LTE2NTEzNTUzNTE

    If you like, you can use this slide as a template for your own voting slides. You might use a slide like this if you feel your audience would benefit from the picture showing a text message on a phone.
  • Press F5 or enter presentation mode to view the poll
    In an emergency during your presentation, if the poll isn't showing, navigate to this link in your web browser:
    http://www.polleverywhere.com/free_text_polls/LTExOTU2Mjc5Njg

    If you like, you can use this slide as a template for your own voting slides. You might use a slide like this if you feel your audience would benefit from the picture showing a text message on a phone.
  • Web 20 tetc presentation

    1. 1. http://tetc2010webtools.pbworks.com Wiki full of Resources!
    2. 2. Ginny Britt  2nd year Ph.D. Student  Instructional Technology  University of Tennessee  Master’s in Educational Media and Technology  High School Librarian – 2 years  Currently Teach a course for pre- service teachers
    3. 3. Interactive Session!  Even though it’s early!  Discussion  Need your cell phone, iPad or other mobile device
    4. 4. What is the definition of Web 2.0?
    5. 5. 2nd generation of the WWW, especially the movement away from static webpages to dynamic and shareable content and social networking
    6. 6. Web 2.0 does not refer to any specific change in the technology of the internet but rather the behavior of how people use the Internet
    7. 7. Web 2.0 is commonly associated with web applications that facilitate interactive information sharing, interoperability, user- centered design and collaboration on the WWW.
    8. 8. A new way of thinking about the web which provides tools and functionality for publishing, collaboration, and information access that normally existed only in the realm of desktop computing with software packages.
    9. 9. Technology must be like oxygen: ubiquitous, necessary and invisible. ~Chris Lehmann
    10. 10. Technology Integration More than just the knowledge of the curriculum knowledge of tools
    11. 11. Poll Questions  Text using cell phone  Tweet in Answer  Submit online
    12. 12. Poll Question
    13. 13. Websites were triple checked!  Metro Nashville/Davidson County  Knox County  Monroe County (ENA Internet Provider)
    14. 14. Web 2.0  Animoto  Smilebox  Picnik  Glogster  Delicious  Dabbleboard  Wordle  Creately and Bubbl.us  Pbworks  Youtube  Voicethread  Twitter  PollEverywhere  Wallwisher  ScreenToaster  Prezi  Slideshare
    15. 15. Animoto
    16. 16. Animoto  http://animoto.com  Create slideshows with images, text and music  Free 30-second videos  Example  http://tetc2010webtools.pbworks.com/w/page/ 33160975/Image-Tools  http://animoto.com/play/luobmvYucvlV7k2o YRXk6w Images
    17. 17. Animoto for Education
    18. 18. Animoto for Education  http://animoto.com/education  Apply for an education account to create free, unlimited videos with your students  3 Easy Steps  Choose your photos, videos, or text  Choose your music  Create your video
    19. 19. Smilebox
    20. 20. Smilebox  http://smilebox.com  Create collages  Example  http://tetc2010webtools.pbworks.com/w/p age/33161871/Smilebox Images
    21. 21. Picnik
    22. 22. Picnik  http://picnik.com  Free photo editing online  No account needed for basic changes  Easy to upload and easy to save  Great if you don’t have a photo editing software available Images
    23. 23. Picnik Before After
    24. 24. Glogster
    25. 25. Glogster for Education
    26. 26. Glogster  http://glogster.com  http://edu.glogster.com  Create Online Posters  Use as an alternative to creating posters in the classroom  Science Projects  Presentation  Example Glog Online Posters
    27. 27. Delicious
    28. 28. Delicious  http://delicious.com  http://delicious.com/rosegb25  Social Bookmarking  Save your webpages to view at home or at school  Bookmark websites for your students Social Bookmarking
    29. 29. Dabbleboard
    30. 30. Dabbleboard  http://dabbleboard.com  Online Whiteboard  Use to collaborate  Share with others and work together online  No account needed  **You will need an account to save your projects Online Whiteboard
    31. 31. Wordle
    32. 32. Wordle  http://wordle.net  Create word clouds  Use any text or website  Show important information  Another option - Tagxedo Word Clouds
    33. 33. Creately
    34. 34. Creately  www.Creately.com  Online Diagramming  Create an account  Free site Online Diagramming
    35. 35. Bubbl.us
    36. 36. Bubbl.us  www.Bubbl.us  Online Diagramming software Online Diagramming
    37. 37. PbWorks
    38. 38. PbWorks  http://www.pbworks.com  Wiki  Use as a website or to collaborate with students, teachers, etc.  Steps  Set up account  Create Wiki  Decide on access and content  Other wiki sites: Wikispaces or Wetpaint Wikis
    39. 39. YouTube  www.youtube.com  Share Videos  Find Videos  Tools to use with YouTube  www.KeepVid.com  www.QuietTube.com  www.TubeChop.com
    40. 40. Voicethread
    41. 41. Voicethread  www.voicethread.com  Comment on images  Share information  5 ways to contribute  Computer Microphone  Telephone  Text  Audio File (MP3/WAV)  Webcam  Example Voicethread Collaboration
    42. 42. Twitter
    43. 43. Twitter  www.twitter.com  Microblogging  140 Character limit  Share short bits of information  Homework reminder  Link to more ways to use Twitter Social/Cell Phones
    44. 44. Twitter @techladytn
    45. 45. PollEverywhere Question
    46. 46. PollEverywhere
    47. 47. PollEverywhere  http://polleverywhere.com  Instant data  Feedback from your students  Use online, with cellphones  Import to PowerPoint Social/Cell Phones
    48. 48. Wallwisher
    49. 49. Wallwisher  http://wallwisher.com  Use to post notes  Share homework information  Have students use to post answers to questions  Share  Collaborate Social/Cell Phones
    50. 50. Screen Toaster
    51. 51. Screen Toaster  http://screentoaster.com  Free screen capture  Use to create tutorials  Have your students create tutorials  Example Screen Capture
    52. 52. Prezi
    53. 53. Prezi  http://prezi.com  Zooming presentation editor  Save you from “death by PowerPoint”  Example:  http://tetc2010webtools.pbworks.com/w/p age/33161059/Prezi Presentation
    54. 54. Slideshare
    55. 55. Slideshare  http://slideshare.net/  Great place to share your classroom presentations online  Good place to find presentations on different subjects  Example Slideshare Presentation
    56. 56. Extras  Scratch  Google Timeline  Crocodoc  Toondoo spaces  Word Magnets  Magnetic Poetry
    57. 57. http://tetc2010webtools.pbworks.com Wiki full of Resources!
    58. 58. References  List of 35 best Web 2.0 Tools  http://edudemic.com/2010/07/the-35- best-web-2-0-classroom-tools-chosen-by- you/

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