Bob Abrams
misterabrams@misterabrams.com
Twitter, Plurk & Skype: misterabrams
A is for …
B is for …
C is for …
Q is for …
Letter Name What is it? Letter Name What is it?
A Apple Computer Company N Napster Online Music Site
B Bluetooth Wireless ...
 By the end of the presentation, you should be able to:
 Identify methods of cataloging, collaborating, and
sharing reso...
Introducing Web 2.0
Web 1.0
 Slow connectivity
 Privacy concerns for
authors
 Read-only files
 Faster connectivity
 Built on the ideas of...
Social Bookmarking
 Like Favorites but
online
 Share with the
entire cyber-world
 Search other
people’s
bookmarks
Benefits?
Possible
Pro...
 Tags
 Find me:
http://www.delicious.com/misterabrams
http://www.diigo.com/user/misterabrams
 Find others who save the ...
Word Clouds
Wordle.net
 Example
 Text is transformed into word clouds
 Words that are repeated are larger
 In order to find wordle...
Wordle.net
With a partner, discuss some ways that
this could be incorporated into an
English class.
Make pictures and presentations really speak
Blabberize.com
Example
Bring photos to life!
Just draw the interactive mouth
Free to sign up and then all of your
crea...
Blabberize.com
With a partner, how can we get
students to use this for a project in a
math class?
VoiceThread.com
 Example
 Multiple comments can be added to a
picture
 Video
 Voice
 Text
 Can be shared and saved
...
VoiceThread.com
 With a partner, how could this
application be used to discuss WWII in a
history class?
Movie Creators
 Perfect for Elementary but can be used in
higher grades
 Pre-made clips to create the movie
 Add text and dialogue
 S...
With a partner, how could this
application be used in a World
Language class?
 Will render photos into a movie
 Students can
 Use their own photos or those available online
 Add some written langu...
With a partner, how could this
application be used in a Science class?
Word Cloud
 Wordle.net  Zimmertwins.com
 Animoto.com
Getting Things Moving
Adding a Voice
 Blabberize.com
 Voicethrea...
 Remember the objective?
 By the end of the presentation, you should be able to:
 Identify methods of cataloging, colla...
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  1. 1. Bob Abrams misterabrams@misterabrams.com Twitter, Plurk & Skype: misterabrams
  2. 2. A is for … B is for … C is for …
  3. 3. Q is for …
  4. 4. Letter Name What is it? Letter Name What is it? A Apple Computer Company N Napster Online Music Site B Bluetooth Wireless Technology O Office Microsoft Productivity Suite C Core 2 Duo Computer Processor P Playstation Video Game System D Delicious.com Social Bookmarking Q Quicktime Video Playback software E eBay Online Auction Site R RSS Really Simple Syndication F Facebook Social Network Site S Second Life Alternate Reality G Google Search Engine T Tags Key words attached to files to assist in searches H Hewlett- Packard Computer Manufacturer U USB Type of connection between components I iPod Touch Handheld Computing Device V Vista Recent version of Windows OS J Java Programming Language W Wikipedia Online Encyclopedia developed through collaboration K Kazaa Online Music Site X XP Recent version of Windows OS L Linux Computer Operating System Y Youtube Online video site M MSN Messenger Instant Message Program Z Zoho Open Source Productivity Suite
  5. 5.  By the end of the presentation, you should be able to:  Identify methods of cataloging, collaborating, and sharing resources.  Generate curricular based ideas for the applications of various Web 2.0 utilities.
  6. 6. Introducing Web 2.0
  7. 7. Web 1.0  Slow connectivity  Privacy concerns for authors  Read-only files  Faster connectivity  Built on the ideas of sharing and participating Web 2.0 “To take an example from above, Personal web pages were common in Web 1.0, and these consisted of mainly static pages hosted on free hosting services such as Geocities. Nowadays, dynamically generated blogs and social networking profiles, such as Myspace and Facebook, are more popular, allowing for readers to comment on posts in a way that was not available during Web 1.0.” From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_1.0 Accessed March 31, 2009
  8. 8. Social Bookmarking
  9. 9.  Like Favorites but online  Share with the entire cyber-world  Search other people’s bookmarks Benefits? Possible Problems? Examples
  10. 10.  Tags  Find me: http://www.delicious.com/misterabrams http://www.diigo.com/user/misterabrams  Find others who save the same bookmarks as you do!
  11. 11. Word Clouds
  12. 12. Wordle.net  Example  Text is transformed into word clouds  Words that are repeated are larger  In order to find wordles, use this: http://www.wordle.net/gallery?username=misterabrams
  13. 13. Wordle.net With a partner, discuss some ways that this could be incorporated into an English class.
  14. 14. Make pictures and presentations really speak
  15. 15. Blabberize.com Example Bring photos to life! Just draw the interactive mouth Free to sign up and then all of your creations are easily locatable.
  16. 16. Blabberize.com With a partner, how can we get students to use this for a project in a math class?
  17. 17. VoiceThread.com  Example  Multiple comments can be added to a picture  Video  Voice  Text  Can be shared and saved  Education accounts can be established
  18. 18. VoiceThread.com  With a partner, how could this application be used to discuss WWII in a history class?
  19. 19. Movie Creators
  20. 20.  Perfect for Elementary but can be used in higher grades  Pre-made clips to create the movie  Add text and dialogue  Students can comment and evaluate as a part of peer review.  Example
  21. 21. With a partner, how could this application be used in a World Language class?
  22. 22.  Will render photos into a movie  Students can  Use their own photos or those available online  Add some written language for transition  Add a soundtrack  Comment on other videos for peer evaluation  Example
  23. 23. With a partner, how could this application be used in a Science class?
  24. 24. Word Cloud  Wordle.net  Zimmertwins.com  Animoto.com Getting Things Moving Adding a Voice  Blabberize.com  Voicethread.com Remembering and Organizing  Delicious.com  Diigo.com
  25. 25.  Remember the objective?  By the end of the presentation, you should be able to:  Identify methods of cataloging, collaborating, and sharing resources.  Generate curricular based ideas for the applications of various Web 2.0 utilities.  Did you get some ideas?  The big idea: Play, explore, experiment, and ask the question: Who is doing the work?

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