Web 2.0 As a general rule, Web 2.0 tools are less expensive than traditional software — and many are even free. Because they're Web-based, all you need to get started is an up-to-date browser.
Web 2.0 Users own and control the data Climate of participation Users add value as their needs evolve User friendly interface Connecting Networking Lifestreaming
Web 2.0 Blogs (Edublogs.org, 20MB free, $39.95 5GB) Podcast (Schooltube, Teachertube, Edutube) Photo Sharing (Flickr, Snapfish, Smilebox) Social Network (Twitter, Edmodo) Social Bookmark (Del.icio.us) Wordle(create word applet) Share Presentations (Slideshare)
Blogs What is a blog? Diary Journal Latest news Field reports Editorial Photo album And so on…
Photo and Slide Sharing Photo and video sharing One can… Upload photographs Edit photographs Blog photographs Tag them Share them Public or private Download photographs Link to photographs
Twitter Microblogging service 140 characters or less Can be used to… Form networks Stay in touch Seek help Stay informed Twitter.com Twitpic.com (share pictures on Twitter) Twitvid.com (share video on Twitter)
Web 2.0 Get Connected! firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com http://www.madagascar-themovie.com/