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Web 2.0 Imagine

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Imagine the possibilities for education with new Web 2.0 tools

Imagine the possibilities for education with new Web 2.0 tools

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    • 1. Web 2.0: Imagine the Possibilities Presented by Gayla S. Keesee May, 2007
    • 2.  
    • 3. Knowledge is specific content Learners are empty vessels to be filled with knowledge
    • 4. Knowledge is created Learning is a collaborative social endeavor
    • 5. A Paradigm Shift Tools for Supporting Individuals Tools for Supporting Relationships
    • 6.  
    • 7. Horizon Report 2007
      • Key trends affecting higher education—next 5 years
        • One year or less
          • Social Networking
          • User-Created Content
        • Two-Three Years
          • Mobile Phones
          • Virtual Worlds
        • Four-Five Years
          • New Scholarship and Emerging Forms of Publication
          • Massively Multiplayer Educational Gaming
    • 8. Tools for Collaboration
      • Social Networks
        • Facebook, MySpace
        • Flickr
        • YouTube
      • Blogs
      • Wiki’s
      • Podcasts
    • 9. Social Software
      • Social Networking
        • Keeping contacts online through web interfaces
      • Social Calendaring
        • Shared agendas for events arrangements and meetings planning
      • Social Bookmarking
        • storing, describing, and sharing bookmarks ( del.icio.us )
      • Social Tagging
        • Unintentional, collective effort of categorizing the Web, with added social significance ( Folksonomies )
    • 10. Social Networks: Connect Users into Communities of Trust (or interests)
    • 11. Flickr social network for sharing photos
    • 12. You-Tube social network for sharing videos
    • 13. Blogging: Most Recognized Example
    • 14. What are Blogs?
      • Web + Logs = Blogs
      • Web Pages
        • Automated updating
        • Reverse chronological postings
        • May accommodate responses
      • Internet-specific phenomenon
      • Incomplete index of blogs
        • http:// blogdex.media.mit.edu /
    • 15. Blogging in Education
    • 16. Limited Only by Your Imagination
      • Instructors
        • Content-related blog as professional practice
        • Networking and personal knowledge sharing
        • Instructional tips for students
        • Course announcements and readings
        • Annotated links
      • Students
        • Reflective or writing journals
        • Assignment submission and review
        • Dialogue for groupwork
        • E-portfolios
        • Share course-related resources
    • 17. Sample Educational Blogs
      • Online Research Blog
        • eCornell Research Blog
      • Info-Commons Blog
        • commons-blog
      • Educational Bloggers Network
        • EBN blog
      • Science Blog
        • Science Blog
    • 18. Wiki’s: The ultimate collaboration tool
      • Special web site
        • allows visitors to add, remove, edit & change content
        • Not need access to or knowledge of web publishing software
      • Collaboration
        • Group members work on common document in common location
    • 19. Wikipedia: Collaborative Dictionary Being Edited in Real Time by Anyone
    • 20. Wiki’s in Higher Ed
      • Econ 482: Stephen Greenlaw
      • Advanced Artificial Intelligence: Sean Luke
      • Harvard Law School
      • Eckerd College
    • 21. Podcasting
      • Pod (iPod) + broadcast = Podcast
      • Differs from streaming audio
        • Automatically delivered to player –don't have to click on a link to download
        • Listen when you want – not when a program is scheduled
    • 22. How Does Podcasting Work?
    • 23. iPod not needed
    • 24. Why is podcasting appealing for learning and teaching?
      • Appeals to the digital natives
      • Easy and low cost to create and distribute
      • Caters to different learning styles
    • 25. Advantages
      • Students
        • Review lectures before exams
        • Listen in on classes they've missed
        • Replay at own convenience
        • Non-native speakers replay to increase comprehension
      • Instructors
        • Listen to own lectures to improve presentations
    • 26. Learning & Teaching Applications
      • Interviews with experts
      • Oral history projects
      • Quotes from recorded speeches
      • Answers to posted questions
      • Guest speakers / lecture series
      • Student submissions /portfolios / placement logs
    • 27. Issues to be aware of…
      • Not all students have iPods (about 60% do)
        • 20% of podcasts actually downloaded onto portable media players
      • Will students still come to lectures?
      • Public access to audio files is necessary (no access control)
      • Cannot search or scan podcast content
      • Podcasts can lend themselves to passive, prescriptive teaching
    • 28. Universities Podcasting
      • iTunes U ( http://www.apple.com/education/solutions/itunes_u/ )
        • Duke University
        • University of Illinois
        • Stanford
        • UC Berkley
      • Purdue University
      • http://www.itap.purdue.edu/tlt/BoilerCast/
      • University of Washington
      • http://www.css.washington.edu/
    • 29.
      • Over 200 Web 2.0 Sites in 41 Categories
      • Rated, Ranked and Awarded
      • 15 Interviews with Founders of Winning Sites
      • The creators of the winning sites share their insight and approach, including technology, funding and methods for attracting traffic.
      • http://www.seomoz.org/web2.0
    • 30. Horizon Project
      • http://horizonproject.wikispaces.com/
      • Collaborative global project between classrooms in diverse geographical locations
      • Camilla, GA (10th grade)
      • Vienna, Austria (11th grade)
      • Dhaka, Bangladesh (11th grade)
      • Melbourne, Australia (11th grade)
      • Shanghai, China (Media Literary)