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  • 1. (c) C4LPT, 2008
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    Introduction to Web 2.0
    Digital 20/20 Workshop
    Web 2.0 in Teaching and Learning
    Leeds, 24 March 2009
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    13 March 1989
  • 4. (c) C4LPT, 2008
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    13 March 1989
    Tim Berners-Lee handed a document to his supervisor Mike Sendall entitled "Information Management : a Proposal".
    "Vague, but exciting" is how Mike described it, and he gave Tim the nod to take his proposal forward.
    The following year, the World Wide Web was born.
  • 5. What is Web 2.0?
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    The Early Web : Web 1.0
    one-way webread-only web
    contentproduced by an expert authorpublished
    on the web to be read by consumers.
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    E-Learning 1.0
    one-way learningread-only learning
    online coursesproduced by experts(teachers) and published on a VLE
    to be studied by learners
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    Emergence of Web 2.0 Technologies
    Web 2.0 = read-write web
    services and apps to co-create content, collaborate and share it with others
    social media toolsencourage socialisation
    FREEOpen SourceHosted
    tools
  • 9. Why Web 2.0?
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    Generation Y and Technology
    97% own a computer
    97% have downloaded music and other media using peer-to-peer file sharing
    94% own a cell phone
    76% use instant messaging and social networking sites
    75% of college students have a Facebook profile and most of them check it daily
    60% own some type of portable music and/or video device such as an iPod
    49% regularly download music and other media using peer-to-peer file sharing
    34% use websites as their primary source of news
    28% author a blog and 44% read blogs
    15% of IM users are logged on 24 hours a day/7 days a week
    Source: Connecting to the Net.Generation: What Higher Education Professionals Need to Know About Today's Students, Reynold Junco and Jeanna Mastrodicasa, 2007
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    Attitudes to Learning(generational and technology influences)
    Traditional learner
    Classrooms and workshops
    content-driven
    taught
    linear
    tied to tests
    “just in case”
    singularity
    online web-based courses
    text-based
    independent
    New breed of learner
    hyperlinked info
    multi-tasking
    visual
    experiential
    with short attention spans
    social
    “just in time”
    instant gratification
    construct own learning
  • 13. Impact of Web 2.0 on Teaching and Learning?
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    Learning 2.0 = Social Learning
    Learners create contentin a variety of formats using tools like blogs and wikis
    share knowledge, experiences, information with others
    work and learncollaboratively
    participatory learning
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    Learning 2.0 changes model of learning
    Source: Jeff Cobb, Learning 2.0 for Associations, 2008
  • 16. Engaging with Social Media
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    Web 2.0 Tools
    Social bookmarking
    Social networking
    File sharing
    Blogging/RSS
    Microblogging
    Collaboration tools
  • 18. Levels of Engagement
    Passive Consumer
    browses Web sites, blogs, and wikis, watches videos, listens to podcasts, etc.
    Active Contributor
    comments on content in blogs, wikis, and other sites , rates, comments on and favourites items
    shares links
    connects and communicates with others using e.g. micro-blogging and social networking
    Pro-active Creator
    creates and shares own content like photos, videos, etc
    Creates blogs, wikis, social networks, etc.
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  • 19. Plan of Day
    11.00 Micro-blogging : Twitter (Josie)
    11.45 Social bookmarking : Delicious (Jane)
    12.30 Lunch
    13.30 E-Safety and Cyberbullying (Josie)
    14.00 Social networking : Ning (Jane)
    14.30 Collaboration tools : wikis/Google Docs (Josie)
    15.00 Plenary
    15.30 Close
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  • 20. Activities
    Brief demo and explanation
    Experienced users guide the beginners
    Ensure everyone has some time on a computer
    Reflect on use for teaching and learning within the group
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  • 21. Social Bookmarkingwith Delicious
  • 22. Delicious Activity
    Go to www.delicious.com and view popular bookmarks (people, tags)
    Existing Delicious user sign in and show their bookmarks. Visit others using “Go to a user”.
    One new user join up with an account (skip button set up)
    Save some bookmarks (using “”Save a new bookmark”) and use tag d2020w2
    Explore the tag: d2020w2 to see what others have saved
    Reflect on the use of Delicious for teaching and learning
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  • 23. Social Networkingwith Ning
  • 24. Ning Activity
    Go to d2020w2.ning.com
    One member log in and view profiles of members already on the system
    Help one new user log in and set up their profile.
    Change their page theme and layout; add RSS feed; make friends with other members
    Respond to a discussion
    Set up a new discussion topic
    Reflect on the use of Ning for teaching and learning
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