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Presentation in the Refresher Programme in Distance Education on 14th April 2010.

Presentation in the Refresher Programme in Distance Education on 14th April 2010.

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  • 1. Understanding technology for use in distance learning Web 2.0 Sanjaya Mishra, PhD
  • 2.
    • It's a slippery concept
    • It's a technology platform
    • It's a combination of a variety of services on the web
    What is Web 2.0? Term created by Dale Dougherty, Vice President of O'Reilly Media in 2004.
  • 3.
    • Web-log or blog (coined by Jorn Barger in 1997)
    • Wikis (meaning quick in Hawaiian)
    • Social Bookmarking
    • Social Networking
    • Podcasting (coined by Ben Hammersley)
    • Aggregator or Feed Reader (RSS/ Atom)
    Key Web 2.0 Services
  • 4.
    • Static web pages
    • User as passive consumer of information
    • Individual work
    • Publishing (Britannica)
    • Directories (Taxonomies)
    • Personal websites
    • Page view
    • Storage in hard disk
    • Web as source of information
    • Mass production
    • Pull technology
    • Closed network
    • User active generator of information
    • Sharing and collaboration
    • Participation (wikipedia)
    • Tagging (Folksonomy)
    • Blogging
    • Cost per click
    • Virtual storage
    • Web as a platform to work
    • Customization
    • Push technology
    • Open network
    What is Web 1.0 and how it differs from Web 2.0? Web 2.0
    • Interactive and dynamic web pages
  • 5.
    • User generated content
    • Harnessing the power of the crowd
    • Huge data capturing
    • Open architechture
    • Network effect
    Big IDEAS of Web 2.0
  • 6.
    • No. of blogs. wiki pages, video increased
    • use of collective intelligence to rank and recommend
    • Multimedia sourcing from crowd
    • Tagging as indexing
    • Openness, and ease of use
    • Increase of social networks
    Consequences...
  • 7.
    • Ajax
      • HTML /XHTML, CCS, Document Object Model, XML, XSLT, Javascript etc.
    • Open APIs
    • Multimedia and virtual realities
    Technology and standards
  • 8.
    • Application in teaching and learning
    • Application in distance learning
    • Academic publishing and research
    • Data repositories and archiving
    • What else?
    What is there for us?