EXPLORING WEB 2.0 TOOLS TO  DEVELOP A COLLABORATIVE E-  LEARNING ENVIRONMENT             Michal J. Cidon MD.            Ka...
A New Culture of learn·ing/ˈ  lərniNG/ in 2012Cultivating the Imagination for a World of ConstantChange:                  ...
Objectives:1. Define Web 2.0 tools and describe the ways in which Web 2.0 toolscan be applied to specific medical educatio...
I     II       III       IV       V      VI   VII   VIIII social networks       V Screencasting ToolsII Blogging          ...
Multi-functionality of Web 2.0Content management: medical search engines, open source resources, aggregation, RCollaborati...
How Web 2.0 tools fit into Bloom’s DigitalTaxonomy?                            Creating                            Analyzi...
How Web 2.0 tools fit into the taxonomy of remembering?                                           Bullet pointing      Boo...
How Web 2.0 tools fit into the taxonomy of understanding?                                         Annotating   tagging Blo...
How Web 2.0 tools fit into the taxonomy of applying?                                          Annotating   tagging Bloggin...
How Web 2.0 tools fit into the digital taxonomy of evaluating?                                           Annotating   tagg...
How Web 2.0 tools fit into the digital taxonomy of analyzing?                                           Annotating   taggi...
How Web 2.0 tools fit into the digital taxonomy of creating?                                           Annotating   taggin...
Functionality of Web 2.0  Content management:  Medical search  engines,  Open source  resources,   Aggregation Tools,   RS...
1.HealthFind http://www.healthfind.com                                        HealthFind is using Google CustomMedical Sea...
5. MedWorm : http://www.medworm.com MedStory http://www.medstory.com SmartMedical Search engine, which filter the         ...
12. Healthline.comhttp://www.healthline.com/Honorable mention!OmniMedical Searchhttp://www.omnimedicalsearch.com/Searches ...
Open Sources for LearningFree Online Modulesand Portals    Resident Learning Center    Pedia Link Learning Center    MedEd...
RSS ReaderReally SimpleSyndicationFormat used to publishfrequently updated worksFull or summarized textMetadata (publishin...
Functionality of Web 2.0                                                 Six typesCollaboration Tools:Blogs, Wikis,       ...
Blog       short for “ web-log”                              A personal diary                              A collaborative...
http://www.ucan-u.org/blog/pediatric-rheumatology-collaborative-study-group-cincinnati/ http://dukehealthorg.wordpress.com...
http://www.lupus.org/webmodules/webarticlesnet/templates/marcy        zitron_news.aspx?articleid=4150&zoneid=400http://www...
WikiHawaiian word for “quick”                            Website that allows creation                            and editi...
Social Networking PlurK: social journal http://www.plurk.com Ning: http://www.ning.com Social network info ‐ http://www.co...
Vod-casts   Video On Demand + broadCAST =    VODCAST   Video files commonly in blogs that can be    played on a computer...
Create and share online repositories ofURLs, clippings from web pages, images,       Social Bookmarkingand more, all acces...
Visual Communication andCollaboration   Use media to collaborate with students and vice versa   Potential Instructional ...
Document Sharing   Tag and share documents with others via the Internet   http://Slideshare.net and http://Scribd.com ar...
Virtual WorldsWebkinz ‐ http://www.webkinz.com/us_enJumpStart World ‐http://www.knowledgeadventure.com/jumpstartworldDimen...
A non-hierarchical keyword orTagging   term assigned to a piece of          information          Description that allows i...
Functionality of Web 2.0  Graphic Tools:  Screencasting,  visualization  tools,  concept mapping
Screencasting   Record your computer screen with voice, mouse movements and    video and share via the Internet   Screen...
Visualization Tools (Prezi)   Provides alternate means to display information, temporally,    graphically, or spatially....
Prezi Example about Bloom’s DigitalTaxonomy                                 Phillipa Cleaves                              ...
Concept/Mind Maps   Shows relationships between entities (words, ideas, tasks)   Webspiration™ http://mywebspiration.com...
MashupsExamples of Mashup Mashup:HealthMap http://healthmap.org/en                                               Applicati...
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  1. 1. EXPLORING WEB 2.0 TOOLS TO DEVELOP A COLLABORATIVE E- LEARNING ENVIRONMENT Michal J. Cidon MD. Kadriye O. Lewis Ed.DWGEA 2012
  2. 2. A New Culture of learn·ing/ˈ lərniNG/ in 2012Cultivating the Imagination for a World of ConstantChange: Douglas Thomas and John Seely Brown The culture of Sharing, Openness, Connectiv
  3. 3. Objectives:1. Define Web 2.0 tools and describe the ways in which Web 2.0 toolscan be applied to specific medical educational contexts.2. Discuss the key concepts and methods of Web 2.0 tools that willenhance collaboration, social interaction, and reflection.3. Describe at least two Web 2.0 applications that can be usedto address specific curricular objectives and promote learners’ lifelonglearning skills in medical education.
  4. 4. I II III IV V VI VII VIIII social networks V Screencasting ToolsII Blogging VI MindmappingIII Wiki tools VII Social BookmarkingIV Document sharing VIII RSS Readers
  5. 5. Multi-functionality of Web 2.0Content management: medical search engines, open source resources, aggregation, RCollaboration Tools: Blogs, Wikis, Social Networks, Social Bookmarking,Synchronous Collaborative environments, Vodcasts, Podcasts, Document sharing, virtuaGraphic Tools: Screencasting, visualization tools, concept mappingWord clouds:Virtual simulations: Animations, GamesMashups:
  6. 6. How Web 2.0 tools fit into Bloom’s DigitalTaxonomy? Creating Analyzing Evaluating Applying Understanding Remembering
  7. 7. How Web 2.0 tools fit into the taxonomy of remembering? Bullet pointing BookmarkingSocial Networking Highlighting Remembering Searching
  8. 8. How Web 2.0 tools fit into the taxonomy of understanding? Annotating tagging Blogging commenting UnderstandingAdvanced andBooleansearching
  9. 9. How Web 2.0 tools fit into the taxonomy of applying? Annotating tagging Blogging commenting ApplyingAdvanced andBooleansearching
  10. 10. How Web 2.0 tools fit into the digital taxonomy of evaluating? Annotating tagging Blogging commenting EvaluatingAdvanced andBooleansearching
  11. 11. How Web 2.0 tools fit into the digital taxonomy of analyzing? Annotating tagging Blogging commenting AnalyzingAdvanced andBooleansearching
  12. 12. How Web 2.0 tools fit into the digital taxonomy of creating? Annotating tagging Blogging commenting CreatingAdvanced andBooleansearching
  13. 13. Functionality of Web 2.0 Content management: Medical search engines, Open source resources, Aggregation Tools, RSS feeders
  14. 14. 1.HealthFind http://www.healthfind.com HealthFind is using Google CustomMedical Search Engines search to look up in selection of medical and health sites. 2. PogoFrog http://www.pogofrog.com A medical research engine for physicians, using Google custom search. 3. SearchMedica http://www.searchmedica.com It is a series of free medical search engines built by doctors for doctors and other medical professionals. This search engine searches in selected recommended medical sites or the entire web. The user can refine his search by category for more specific information, also he can narrow or broader the search. 4. Hakia.com http://health.hakia.com (Semantic Search Technology) Source: http://www.goomedic.com/12-web2-0-medical-search-engines.html
  15. 15. 5. MedWorm : http://www.medworm.com MedStory http://www.medstory.com SmartMedical Search engine, which filter the medical search engine, aimed to save timesearch results by date, relevance, specialty when looking for certain medical topics byfilter. Every search query has RSS feed to giving the users a chance to explorekeep watching the results update, related topics to get focused results.MedWorm look-up in medical news, 9. GuidedMedjournals, organization, blogs and medical http://www.guidedmed.com/en/ Simplepodcasts. personalized search engine for health6. Healthbase information ( Diseases, Symptoms,http://healthbase.netbase.com Surgeries , Problems, Clinical States), theNetbase.com is a providing their medicine simple search home interface2.0 search engine with showing up their 10. Healia.com http://Healia.com Acapability of intelligent search in medical medical portal, communities and guidesand health field, their health search engine with extending medical capabilities tosearch in diseases complications, medical retrieve results form the site, medicalconditions treatment. journals, clinical trials, and from the web.7. Modernmedicine.com: 11. GoPubMed.orghttp://www.modernmedicine.com A http://www.gopubmed.org/web/gopubmed/Medical and Health community portal, A Web2.0 search engine that searchwhich is rich with medical articles and PubMed.com, and return the result basedorganized medical topics. on classification of Gene Ontology andModernMedicine.com search also look-up Medical Subject Headings.Source: http://www.goomedic.com/12-web2-0-medical-search-engines.htmlrecommended medical sites.
  16. 16. 12. Healthline.comhttp://www.healthline.com/Honorable mention!OmniMedical Searchhttp://www.omnimedicalsearch.com/Searches medical news, images, andforums. Source: http://www.goomedic.com/12-web2-0-medical-search-engines.html
  17. 17. Open Sources for LearningFree Online Modulesand Portals Resident Learning Center Pedia Link Learning Center MedEdPORTALOpen Source Courses and Programs Health Sciences Online www.hso.info HSO is the first website to deliver authoritative, comprehensive, free, and ad-free health sciences knowledge (with over 50,000 hand-selected resources, and 8,000 hits per day). HSOs founding collaborators and funders include CDC, NATO, World Bank, WHO, and the World Medical Association.Open Textbook Publishing new collaborative opportunities for authors instructors can design content for their courses on an as- needed basis, choosing from an array of books, articles, videos, audio recordings, and readings
  18. 18. RSS ReaderReally SimpleSyndicationFormat used to publishfrequently updated worksFull or summarized textMetadata (publishingdates andauthorship)For readers to subscribetotimely updates ofwebsitesAggregate feeds into oneplace
  19. 19. Functionality of Web 2.0 Six typesCollaboration Tools:Blogs, Wikis, 1. CollaborativeSocial Networks, projects, 2. Blogs andVodcasts, Podcasts, microblogs,Social Bookmarking, 3. ContentSynchronous Collaborative communities, 4. Social environments, networkingDocument sharing, sites,virtual worlds 5. Virtual game worlds, 6. VirtualInternet-based applications that allow communities the creation and exchange of user-generated content
  20. 20. Blog short for “ web-log” A personal diary A collaborative space A collection of links Memos to the world
  21. 21. http://www.ucan-u.org/blog/pediatric-rheumatology-collaborative-study-group-cincinnati/ http://dukehealthorg.wordpress.com/2010/08/26/duke-pediatric-rheumatology-lupus-day/
  22. 22. http://www.lupus.org/webmodules/webarticlesnet/templates/marcy zitron_news.aspx?articleid=4150&zoneid=400http://www.lupus.org/webmodules/webarticlesnet/templates/marcyzitron_news.aspx?articleid=4150&zoneid=400
  23. 23. WikiHawaiian word for “quick” Website that allows creation and editing of any number of interlinked web pages via a web browser Often used to create collaborative works
  24. 24. Social Networking PlurK: social journal http://www.plurk.com Ning: http://www.ning.com Social network info ‐ http://www.commoncraft.com/video‐social‐ networking MySpace ‐ http://www.myspace.com Classroom 2.0 ‐ http://www.classroom20.com Video sharing Virtual Meeting Rooms Flip ‐Elluminate vRoom – http://theflip.com/products_flip_ultra.shhttp://www.elluminate.com/vroom tmlWebEx – www.webex.com Jing ‐ http://www.jingproject.com/iLinc – www.iLinc.com Camtasia ‐Adobe Connect ‐ http://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.ashttp://www.adobe.com/acom/connectnow pDimdim – http://www.dimdim.com Podcast info – http://www.commoncraft.com/podcasti
  25. 25. Vod-casts Video On Demand + broadCAST = VODCAST Video files commonly in blogs that can be played on a computer or a video iPod Some example sites:  Medical podcasts & videocasts  NOVA Vodcast | PBS  National Institutes of Health (NIH) Vodcast
  26. 26. Create and share online repositories ofURLs, clippings from web pages, images, Social Bookmarkingand more, all accessible via the webSites such as http://digg.com use tagging(user created #hashmarks) technology tocategorize and organize web URLs. Onlinenotebooks provide a space to store textand other media which can be accessedvia the Internet.Potential Instructional Uses: Peer review,collaborative writing assignments, resourcecollections, reading summaries Honorable Mention: Google Reader, http://evernote.com, http://delicious.com, http://diigo.com Sharing links (del.icio.us) Sharing lists (LibraryThing, All Consuming) Sharing articles (CiteULike, PennTags)
  27. 27. Visual Communication andCollaboration Use media to collaborate with students and vice versa Potential Instructional Uses: Peer review, collaborative writing assignments, resource collections, reading summariesHonorable Mention:  Scribblar.com http://www.scribblar.com/ (Multi-user white board, live video, image collabortion)  Voicethread.com http://voicethread.com/  Tokbox.com http://www.tokbox.com/ (Free video
  28. 28. Document Sharing Tag and share documents with others via the Internet http://Slideshare.net and http://Scribd.com are two sites which allow you to upload documents and share them via the Internet. The wisdom of the crowd typically promotes the best presentations/docs to the top of the search engine results. Remember to share as well as borrow. Potential Instructional Uses: sharing class resources, providing supplemental materials Honorable Mention: http://a.nnotate.com , http://docs.google.com
  29. 29. Virtual WorldsWebkinz ‐ http://www.webkinz.com/us_enJumpStart World ‐http://www.knowledgeadventure.com/jumpstartworldDimensionM ‐ http://www.dimensionm.comSPORE ‐ http://www.spore.comEdusim ‐ http://edusim3d.comTeen Second Life ‐ http://teen.secondlife.comSecond Life http://secondlife.co
  30. 30. A non-hierarchical keyword orTagging term assigned to a piece of information Description that allows item to be found again by browsing or searching Tag Cloud A visual depiction of user generated tags Importance of each tag is shown with font size or color
  31. 31. Functionality of Web 2.0 Graphic Tools: Screencasting, visualization tools, concept mapping
  32. 32. Screencasting Record your computer screen with voice, mouse movements and video and share via the Internet ScreenToaster http://screentoaster.com is a Java-based tool for recording screencasts from your web browser. If youve got Java installed on your computer all you have to do is visit ScreenToaster and begin recording. A window will pop up asking you to select the area of your desktop that you want to record and decide whether you want to capture audio from your microphone. Potential Instructional Uses: Demos for repeated activities (Blackboard), demonstrate grading policies, review quizzes, class summaries/announcements Honorable mention: http://JingProject.com, http://Screenr.com, http://ScreenCastle.com, http://Screen-o-matic.com
  33. 33. Visualization Tools (Prezi) Provides alternate means to display information, temporally, graphically, or spatially. The Visual Thesaurus http://www.visualthesaurus.com is an interactive dictionary and thesaurus which creates word maps that blossom with meanings and branch to related words. Its innovative display encourages exploration and learning. Potential Instructional Uses: vocabulary development, definitions Honorable mention: http://prezi.com, http://ahead.com, http://dipity.com http://prezi.com/gxgypkp67mka/blooms-digital-taxonomy-and- web-2-tools/
  34. 34. Prezi Example about Bloom’s DigitalTaxonomy Phillipa Cleaves http://hccweb2.org/pip
  35. 35. Concept/Mind Maps Shows relationships between entities (words, ideas, tasks) Webspiration™ http://mywebspiration.com is the new online visual thinking tool that helps you capture ideas, organize information, diagram processes and create clear, concise written documents whether working individually or collaboratively. IHMC CmapTools http://cmap.ihmc.us Potential Instructional Uses: setting objectives, brainstorming activities, identifying cues, summarize notes, providing frameworks Honorable mention: http://mindmeister.com, http://bubbl.us
  36. 36. MashupsExamples of Mashup Mashup:HealthMap http://healthmap.org/en Application development techniqueBiowizard http://www.biowizard.com/ Hybrid AppVimo http://www.vimo.com/ ReusePubWindows Simple examples work wellhttp://www.neurotransmitter.net/index.phpProgrammableweb(portal)www.programmableweb.comMap of the Market (finance/visualization)http://www.smartmoney.com/marketmap/ A website or web application that usesTrulia (real estate) www.trulia.com content from more than one source toResultr (create your search engine) create a completely new service.www.resultr.com/The AD Generator (advertising/photos)http://www.theadgenerator.org/

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