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History Day Web Sites, Blogs And Beyond 2

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The second presentation for the state coordinator's conference

The second presentation for the state coordinator's conference

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  • 1. History Day Web Sites, Blogs and Beyond Using Web 2.0 to Your Advantage PART 2 in an exciting 2 part series
  • 2. What is it all for?
    • Social Networking (Facebook, Myspace, Linked In)
    • Blogging (Blogger, WordPress)
    • Shared Office Tools (Google, Slideshare)
    • Pictures (Flickr, Kodak Gallery)
    • Bookmarking (de.li.ci.ous)
    • Survey Tools (Survey Monkey)
    • Videos (YouTube, Teacher Tube)
    • Much More! (Café press, Twitter)
  • 3. Tools You Can Use
    • What’s the message?
    • Who’s the audience?
    • How much time does it take?
  • 4. Social Networking
    • MySpace (www.myspace.com)
      • Middle School, High School, 20-35
      • Keeping up-to-date, calendar, messages, pictures, video
      • A few hours a week
    • Facebook (www.facebook.com)
      • High School and older
      • Like MySpace, more tools
      • A few hours a week
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  • 11. Blogging
    • Blogger ( www.blogger.com ) or Word Press ( www.wordpress.com )
      • Parents, teachers, students
      • Informational, informal, personal
      • Time dependent on the number of posts. At least twice a month is a good rule.
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  • 16. Shared Office Tools
    • Google Office Tools, Slideshare (www.slideshare.net)
      • Colleagues, partners, collaborators
      • Create shared documents, share documents without using file space, direct research
      • Almost no time if it is filling a need you already have
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  • 25. Pictures and Images
    • Flickr ( www.flickr.com ), Kodak Gallery ( www.kodakgallery.com
      • Parents, teachers, students, press, donors
      • Allows for easy sharing without large files, also allows for tagging and linking to other web 2.0 tools
      • Depending on the number of uploaded photos
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  • 31. Bookmarking
    • delicious ( www.delicious.com )
      • A research tool for students
      • Allows bookmarking from any computer and saved to your account
      • Just a few minutes to set up an account
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  • 34. Survey Tools
    • Survey Monkey (www.surveymonkey.com)
      • Audiences with email and internet access
      • Allows you to easily create and distribute surveys
      • A few hours (survey creation, distribution, and analysis)
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  • 39. Videos
    • YouTube ( www.youtube.com )
      • Students especially
      • Shared how-to’s, documentaries, performances
      • Easy to navigate, easy to upload, very time intensive to create your own content
    • Teacher Tube ( www.teachertube.com )
      • Teachers
      • Not blocked by school’s firewalls!
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  • 45. Other Cool Stuff
    • Twitter ( www.twitter.com )
      • Students, teachers, community
      • Short bites of info about your status
      • A few minutes a day
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  • 47. Other cool stuff
    • Café Press ( www.cafepress.com )
      • All of your stakeholders
      • Sell products for free without keeping a stock
      • Several hours to get set up, but no time in fulfilling orders
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  • 50. Sharing Time
    • What do you do?
    • Questions?