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Learn about tools that are being used in the classroom by fellow faculty and how you can harness those tools to improve classroom communications and engagement. Simple techniques and ideas will help ...

Learn about tools that are being used in the classroom by fellow faculty and how you can harness those tools to improve classroom communications and engagement. Simple techniques and ideas will help you integrate them into your curriculum, while working in harmony with Blackboard and other tools you may be currently using.


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  • Web 2.0 not Just For Web Geeks
    Jesse Diazjdiaz142@alamo.edu Sr. Multimedia SpecialistNorthwest Vista College Library
    Phone: 210-486-4574
  • Web 2.0 was intended to bring sharing and collaboration to an otherwise static web.
    Back in my day, people could only view information but not contribute or share their own work unless they were nerdy geeks.
    Web 2.o Blah Blah Blah
  • What can I do with Web 2.0 Tools?
    Share Presentations
    Share Documents
    Share Expertise
    Share News and Bookmarks
    Share Media
    Shared Website
    Wow Tools
  • How should I think about using Web 2.0?
    These tools are complementary to what you may be using in class or in e-learning.
    These tools can work with Blackboard.
    These tools work alongside Blackboard.
    These tools are independent of Blackboard.
    These tools provide external experience for learning outside the classroom environment.
  • Share Presentations
    Slideshare http://www.slideshare.net/
  • Share Documents
    GoogleDocs http://docs.google.com
    Dropbox.com http://www.dropbox.com
  • Share Expertise
    Facebook Pages http://www.facebook.com
    Blog http://www.blogspot.com
    Twitter http://www.twitter.com
  • Share News and Bookmarks
    Digg http://digg.com
    Delicious http://delicious.com/
  • Share Media
    Youtube http://www.youtube.com
    Flickr http://www.flickr.com/
  • Shared Website
    Google Sites http://sites.google.com/
    Wikispaceshttp://www.wikispaces.com/
  • Wow Tools
    Mind42.com – Mind Map http://mind42.com/
    Slinkset–Social News Site http://slinkset.com/
    Quizlet – Flashcards http://quizlet.com/
    Knol – Share what you write http://knol.google.com/k
    Xtimeline – Time line creator http://www.xtimeline.com/
  • Where do I begin?
    Take an existing assignment or class activity and think of how you can enhance collaboration through Web 2.0 tools.
    Take a semester to learn how to use the technology before you use it in the classroom.
    Create assessment strategies to tie learning objectives to rubric .
    Be careful to not get overwhelmed, outline what you want to accomplish.
  • Sample Web 2.0 Rubric (Twitter)
  • So You Want More
    http://www.go2web20.net/
  • What does the future bring? Web 3.0 of course, and it’s already here!
    The Web gets personal! It knows I like AC/DC!