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Web 2.0 for Teacher-Librarians

                A quick guide to tools you can use
                in your school library
...
Web 2.0
 Collaborative
 Open source editing/sharing
 Global
 Evolving
Learning
   Encompasses all of *Bloom’s Taxonomy
   Participatory
   Cooperative
   Student-led
   Teacher-facilitated



...
What is Web 2.0? by Tim O'Reilly http://www.oreillynet.com/pub/a/oreilly/tim/news/2005/09/30/what-is-web-20.html#mememap
Top 10 Web 2.0 sites March ‘09
  YouTube - 69.8
                                                          Monthly
  Wikipe...
Links from technology dept.
 http://online.olatheschools.com/curr
 iculum/K6symposium.htm
Speaking of top sites:
eBiz MBA provides monthly web rankings
Might be used as a template for creating a
class project for...
More on “Open Source”
Shared spaces
Ownership not emphasized
Co-creation with many
Crosses boundaries
Non-proprietary
Blogs
 One way to share text/photos/opinions
 Many blog platforms
 Free
 Wordpress for USD#233
 Caveat: should be updated ...
School Library Blogs
http://www.blogwithoutalibrary.net/li
nks/index.php?title=School_libraries
http://blog.schoollibrarym...
Wiki world
  Sharing
  Gathering
  Editing
  Publishing
  Archiving
Wrap your head around it…
 Online space
 Anybody can edit
 Can password protect
 What ways can you use a wiki?
Quick wiki example
From pbwiki:
http://pbwiki.com/content/viewdemo
Joyce Valenza’s wiki
http://teacherlibrarianwiki.pbwiki.com/
More examples…
  Plymouth Regional High
  School Library
  Penrith P.S. Library
  Benson School Library
  Decatur High Sch...
Creative tools
 Flickr
 Upload photos and share/create
 slideshows
 F.D.’s Flickr Toys
 Mash up with Flickr lets you creat...
Animoto takes it further -
 Animoto
 Photos, music, motion
 Uploads to YouTube, Facebook, iPhone
 Example:
 http://animoto...
Then you share…
Digital storytelling
 Voice Thread
 Demo
 Example
ToonDoo
 Create your own cartoons
 Publish and share!
Amazing stuff/no time
 Schmoop
 Try this with students in language arts
 programs – also covers other subject
 areas
 Hipp...
More…
 Amelia Bloomer Project
 Looking for books that feature strong
 female characters? Need storytelling
 from a feminis...
Self-help can be creative
wikiHow
This worldwide writing
project lets the users tell the
steps and procedures for just
abo...
Love streaming video?
 Streaming Video Services
 Links, via a wiki, to just about every
 streaming service/conversion/fix ...
AP Images
 AP Images free trial
 Good through March 31, 2009
 Get the latest photos from news events
 happening around the...
Get the 411
 Goog-411 Directory Calling
 Demo
Digital Librarian
 Librariana
 Simply a monster site!
 Filled with all things libraries, including
 that awesome Stephen C...
Remember Nancy Pearl?
 Nancy Pearl’s Book Lust Wiki
 Interactive
Like to listen?
 Best of iTunes University
 Scroll down for suggestions
 Great literature for listening
For example…
 Lit2go
 Download pdf of the text to go along
 with the audio!
Television content…online
 Hulu
Read Alikes
 Novelist
 Literature Map
File converters
 Allow you to transfer from one platform
 or file format to another
 Useful for many reasons:
  - students...
Use these…
 Zamzar – provides many conversions,
 including YouTube for playing at school
 Vixy – also allows video convers...
Think about passwords…
 For school use of Web 2.0 products, you
 could use the same username/password
 combo that you orig...
My favorite…
 RoboForm
 Will generate usernames and passwords
 One-touch entry into sites requiring
 username/password com...
This presentation…
 SlideShare –
 Example:
 http://www.slideshare.net/lfranklinoe
 Also on OE Library page
 http://teacher...
Want to learn more?
 College@Home
 Hundreds of Web 2.0 tutorials
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  1. 1. Web 2.0 for Teacher-Librarians A quick guide to tools you can use in your school library Lori Franklin Olathe USD#233 March 10,2009
  2. 2. Web 2.0 Collaborative Open source editing/sharing Global Evolving
  3. 3. Learning Encompasses all of *Bloom’s Taxonomy Participatory Cooperative Student-led Teacher-facilitated *Knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, evaluation
  4. 4. What is Web 2.0? by Tim O'Reilly http://www.oreillynet.com/pub/a/oreilly/tim/news/2005/09/30/what-is-web-20.html#mememap
  5. 5. Top 10 Web 2.0 sites March ‘09 YouTube - 69.8 Monthly Wikipedia – 59.6 Photobucket – 26.4 visits in Craigslist – 42.9 Flickr – 27.5 millions Wordpress – 21.7 IMDB – 21.6 Digg – 33.4 eHow – 13.4 Typepad - 9.1 eBiz MBZ: http://www.ebizmba.co – gathered on March 9, 2009m/articles/user-generated-content
  6. 6. Links from technology dept. http://online.olatheschools.com/curr iculum/K6symposium.htm
  7. 7. Speaking of top sites: eBiz MBA provides monthly web rankings Might be used as a template for creating a class project for ranking information sites for a research project Don’t miss: Top 20 Science Web Sites
  8. 8. More on “Open Source” Shared spaces Ownership not emphasized Co-creation with many Crosses boundaries Non-proprietary
  9. 9. Blogs One way to share text/photos/opinions Many blog platforms Free Wordpress for USD#233 Caveat: should be updated frequently Examples
  10. 10. School Library Blogs http://www.blogwithoutalibrary.net/li nks/index.php?title=School_libraries http://blog.schoollibrarymedia.com/ http://www.schoollibraryjournal.com /blog/1340000334.html
  11. 11. Wiki world Sharing Gathering Editing Publishing Archiving
  12. 12. Wrap your head around it… Online space Anybody can edit Can password protect What ways can you use a wiki?
  13. 13. Quick wiki example From pbwiki: http://pbwiki.com/content/viewdemo
  14. 14. Joyce Valenza’s wiki http://teacherlibrarianwiki.pbwiki.com/
  15. 15. More examples… Plymouth Regional High School Library Penrith P.S. Library Benson School Library Decatur High School Library Robin Hood Librarians Adelson Library
  16. 16. Creative tools Flickr Upload photos and share/create slideshows F.D.’s Flickr Toys Mash up with Flickr lets you create amazing graphics
  17. 17. Animoto takes it further - Animoto Photos, music, motion Uploads to YouTube, Facebook, iPhone Example: http://animoto.com/play/VG0JDu0Ks q0iECJlGlflfg
  18. 18. Then you share…
  19. 19. Digital storytelling Voice Thread Demo Example
  20. 20. ToonDoo Create your own cartoons Publish and share!
  21. 21. Amazing stuff/no time Schmoop Try this with students in language arts programs – also covers other subject areas HippoCampus This math site is comprehensive! Also includes audio read-aloud
  22. 22. More… Amelia Bloomer Project Looking for books that feature strong female characters? Need storytelling from a feminist point of view?
  23. 23. Self-help can be creative wikiHow This worldwide writing project lets the users tell the steps and procedures for just about anything. What if you made a wiki like this and asked students to classify book genres? To rank databases? To provide an orientation for new library users?
  24. 24. Love streaming video? Streaming Video Services Links, via a wiki, to just about every streaming service/conversion/fix available!
  25. 25. AP Images AP Images free trial Good through March 31, 2009 Get the latest photos from news events happening around the world http://apimages.ap.org/unsecured/log ip.aspx Username: mlc password: mlc
  26. 26. Get the 411 Goog-411 Directory Calling Demo
  27. 27. Digital Librarian Librariana Simply a monster site! Filled with all things libraries, including that awesome Stephen Colbert clip about Wikipedia
  28. 28. Remember Nancy Pearl? Nancy Pearl’s Book Lust Wiki Interactive
  29. 29. Like to listen? Best of iTunes University Scroll down for suggestions Great literature for listening
  30. 30. For example… Lit2go Download pdf of the text to go along with the audio!
  31. 31. Television content…online Hulu
  32. 32. Read Alikes Novelist Literature Map
  33. 33. File converters Allow you to transfer from one platform or file format to another Useful for many reasons: - students don’t have MS Word - conflicting versions of word processors - video/audio applications
  34. 34. Use these… Zamzar – provides many conversions, including YouTube for playing at school Vixy – also allows video conversion to MP4 format PDF to Word – Great for changing PDF files into MS Word formatting Media-Convert – conversions appear quickly
  35. 35. Think about passwords… For school use of Web 2.0 products, you could use the same username/password combo that you originally set up for one product – it makes it easier to remember
  36. 36. My favorite… RoboForm Will generate usernames and passwords One-touch entry into sites requiring username/password combo Stores up to 10 for free
  37. 37. This presentation… SlideShare – Example: http://www.slideshare.net/lfranklinoe Also on OE Library page http://teachers.olatheschools.com/o elibrary/presentations.html
  38. 38. Want to learn more? College@Home Hundreds of Web 2.0 tutorials
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