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Web 2.0 in Higher Education

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  • web 2.0 is an advanced techonology i like it. Here is some more information about higher education. Please reply for my article.
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  • Yes this guy looks like he;'s part of a 1960s Open University programme (UK TV based lectures). This is not a good example, I would rather have an example of student work showing, e.g., biodiversity in an urban environment, where that work is the product of several students working with each other, discussing, co-learning, and finally producing an artifact to be shown that demonstrates theri work.
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  • 1. Web 2.0 in Higher Education Mark van Harmelen
  • 2. What’s it all about?
    • Sharing Content
    • create
    • save
    • find
    • use
    • re-use
    • mix
    • mash-up
    • repurpose
    • share
    • text, graphics, sound, video, slideshows, ….
  • 3.
    • What’s it all about?
    • Social software
    • helping people
    • interact
    • form groups
    • manage processes
    • pursue common interests and endeavours
    • learn
    • research
  • 4. Wikis, blogs
    • help people communicate
    source: http://www.modernlifeisrubbish.co.uk
  • 5. RSS, Atom
    • notification of changes
  • 6. Social bookmarking
    • collecting knowledge together
    del.icio.us home page
  • 7. Web start pages
    • organise your / your group’s web use
  • 8. Picture sharing
    • educational information, visual projects
  • 9. Video sharing
    • educational content – avoiding rescheduling lectures
  • 10. Podcasting, Vidcasting
    • audio, video with RSS for notification
    subscribe
  • 11. Mashups
    • superimpose data
    library availability user ratinng and ISBN, rating and reviews from Amazon
  • 12. Social networks
    • interact with learners, teachers and researchers
    • via social networks
  • 13. Common threads
    • tags
    • comments
    • ratings
    • RSS and notification
    • favorites
    • friends
    • network as platform for collaboration
    • user-generated content
    • mutually-added value
    • building community
  • 14. you need to try it to understand it
  • 15. Education Libraries Services
  • 16. Education and Web 2.0
  • 17. … applied scaffolding page structure content suggestions multi-way suggestion / feedback
  • 18. … learning together
  • 19. … communication / participation with Google Groups 168 messages 68 topics guess 75% me but significant effect feedback from one class member: felt involved in a course for the first time
  • 20. Library 2.0 / Repository 2.0
    • go where the user is
  • 21. Library 2.0 / Repository 2.0
    • enable the growth of
    • user generated content
    • ratings
    • recommendations
    • reviews
    • user tagging and tag exploitation
    • make it possible to meet
    • collaborate with
    • and help each other
    • thereby building communities
  • 22. Some service issues
    • Here or there?
    • What here?
    • Control and legal liability vs experimentation
    • Who as users and IPR
    • Services staff as advisors in a new field
    • What’s best?
    • What should our strategy be?
    • How should we learn about this?
  • 23. Examples
    • Edinburgh – Strategy first
    • Brighton – Elgg, anyone uses, 4.5% use
    • Leeds – Elgg, staff trained first, consequent use for teaching
    • Warwick – Own blog software, longest running scheme, highest use
  • 24. thanks
    • Mark van Harmelen
    • Independent consultant
    • and
    • School of Computer Science
    • University of Manchester
    • [email_address]
  • 25. Credits and licence
    • Credits
      • Web/neurone Flynn-Burhoe
      • Thumbs up by Sean Dreilinger
      • Community line drawing by the New School Masters in Media Studies Program and The Opportunity Agenda
      • Screendumps by Mark van Harmelen
    • License for this presentation http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/