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A presentation delvered July 29, 2008 at SAME-TEC conference in Austin TX, by Mike Qaissaunee and Gordon Snyder. This version includes notes.

A presentation delvered July 29, 2008 at SAME-TEC conference in Austin TX, by Mike Qaissaunee and Gordon Snyder. This version includes notes.

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    Educational Uses of Web 2.0 Based Applications with Notes Educational Uses of Web 2.0 Based Applications with Notes Presentation Transcript

    • Educational Uses of Web 2.0 Based Applications July 29, 2008 Michael T. Qaissaunee Associate Professor, Engineering and Technology Brookdale Community College co-PI NCTT Gordon F. Snyder, Jr. Springfield Technical Community College Executive Director and PI National Center for Telecommunications Technologies ictcenter.org 1
    • Wireless Network 2
    • Presentation Links q-ontech.blogspot.com 3
    • What do we want to do with Web 2.0? 4
    • Learn/Teach/Share !!- Blogs !!- Podcasts - Audio & Video !!- RSS/Subscription !!- Reader !!- iTunes !!- iPod/iPhone !!- Amazon Kindle 5 one of very few slides with bullets
    • !Collaborate !!- Webware !!- Skype/ VoIP !!- Social Networking 6 one of very few slides with bullets
    • Increase Productivity 7 one of very few slides with bullets
    • •Information •100 Years? •Analog vs Digital •New Paradigms •The New Web •Enabling Technology •Access •Emerging Technology 8 one of very few slides with bullets
    • Information 9 talk a little about the evolution of information
    • Our Relationship With Information 10 this is my relationship with information - and probably that of most teachers or faculty
    • Our Relationship With Information 11 this wasn’t that long ago
    • Our Students Relationship With Information 12 contrast that to this - your relationship with information
    • In Fact, Their World Looks More Like This ... 13 probably more like this
    • 100 Years? 14 let’s look at the last 100 years
    • 1908 1958 2008 15 music: 100 years ago you had to go to a live performance to hear music; 50 years ago a portable “record” player - have you heard the word record before?; and finally today - a tiny digital portable music player that can hold thousands of songs
    • 1908 1958 2008 16 but is we examine the evolution of the classroom ovr that same period - not much has changed
    • Digital Immigrants vs. Digital Natives -- a new generation of employees who grew up on video games are demanding to be trained differently than the boomers and we need some new ways to transfer the vast amounts of boomer knowledge to these gamers Karl M. Kapp, Ed.D, CFPIM, CIRM 17
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    • What Do These Have in Common? ANSWER: They’ All Been Banned in the Classroom e.g. Polleverywhere 20
    • Demo •Show Blog on Cell Phones •Polleverywhere •GrandCentral •Jott •Qik and others 21
    • Analog 22
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    • Digital 24
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    • Nearly Everything can Go Digital 34
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    • ... and Mobile! 37
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    • Even after Starbucks had five stores and more than 20 employees, which item was unavailable for purchase at their stores: ✓ Espresso ✓ Hot Coffee ✓ Biscotti ✓ Frappucino® blended beverage 40
    • Whatever you think 41
    • eht knihT etisoppo 42
    • 1908 1958 2008 43
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    • The Long Tail 48
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    • The Long Tail 51
    • The Long Tail Quiz a. Coca-Cola b. Dr. Pepper The most popular soft c. 7UP drink in the country is d. Root Beer ________. e. quot;otherquot;: none of the above True or False? More people watched more video on YouTube last week than watched the top ten shows on network television 52 • sales of the 150,000 titles in a big store account for half of Amazon's book sales • if you aggregate the millions of poorly selling titles on Amazon, they add up to the total sales of all the bestselling books in the physical world put together.
    • The Long Tail Quiz a. All Sales of the 150,000 titles in b. 75% a big store (e.g. Barnes & c. 50% Noble) account for _______ d. 33% of Amazon's book sales. e. 25% 53 • sales of the 150,000 titles in a big store account for half of Amazon's book sales • if you aggregate the millions of poorly selling titles on Amazon, they add up to the total sales of all the bestselling books in the physical world put together.
    • Choice 54
    • Why? 55
    • Online Shopping 56
    • Nearly Infinite Online Inventory 57
    • Search 58
    • Digital is Easy to: 59
    • Store 60
    • Customize 61
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    • Demo •Webware •Office 2.0 Database •Google Docs •Zoho •Gliffy •Online presentations 66
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    • Tim Berners-Lee The Mobile Web Initiative is important - information must be made seamlessly available on any device. I have always imagined the information space as something to which everyone has immediate and intuitive access, and not just to browse, but to create. [...] Furthermore, the dream of people-to- people communication through shared knowledge must be possible for groups of all sizes, interacting electronically with as much ease as they do now in person. 72
    • 73 1 Gig Hard drive
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    • 78 The image to the right is the Kirtas APT Book Scan 2400 Gold robotic scanner, which can read 2,400 pages an hour. Microsoft used these machines to scan books.
    • 79 The image to the right is the Kirtas APT Book Scan 2400 Gold robotic scanner, which can read 2,400 pages an hour. Microsoft used these machines to scan books.
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    • But 81
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    • 86 Charlie Chaplin’s camera
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    • Demo • Viral Video - Mentos • Jing • Video of David Riser • Bob Dylan mashup • NCTT Videos • Seesmic • Qik and others 90
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    • The New Web 96
    • Web 2.0 97
    • The amount of new technical x2 information is doubling every ____ years a. one b. two c. five d. ten 98
    • Tidal waves don’t beg forgiveness 'CRASHED' and on their way 99
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    • How does one deal with information overload? 101
    • Demo • Google Reader • iGoogle 102
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    • The Tools • Email • Websites • Search • Instant Messaging • Blogging • Podcasting • Micro-blogging / Lifecasting • Video Conversations / Streaming • Viral Video • Webware • Aggregators • Wikis • Subscription/RSS • Mobility 107 AJAX Asynchronous JavaScript and XML API Application Programming Interface
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    • Demo • Twitter, Powne, Jaiku • Friendfeed • Facebook/MySpace/LinkedIn 109
    • Community Clusters Interactions 110
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    • Emory University survey of incoming Freshmen > 90% of have a Facebook account > 30% of check at least 18 times a day a. 25 The average regular b. 35 newspaper reader is c. 45 ___ years old. d. 55 a. one Fewer than ___ in five b. two people under the age of 25 c. three ever reads a newspaper. source unknown d. four 115
    • Enabling Technology 116
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    • 119 Was Socrates right to prefer live philosophical dialogue to writing?
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    • Bandwidth Today Comcast Cable Modem Verizon FiOS (S. Hadley, MA) (Concord, MA) ~$49.95/month ~$44.95/month 124
    • Bandwidth Tomorrow 15000 kbps Asymmetric Symmetric 125
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    • AJAX - Asynchronous JavaScript and XML • Greater user interaction • Web applications start to approach the richness & responsiveness of desktop applications • not • a technology, • code or • an application that can be downloaded 128
    • Classic Web Application Model 129 Normally, user actions would generate an HTTP request
    • AJAX Web Application Model 130 with AJAX these requests are JavaScript calls to the AJAX engine. Many users actions don't require communication with the server and can be handled by the engine. If the server is needed, the engine makes the request asynchronously using XML, with no interruption of the user-application interaction.
    • Access 131
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    • Emerging 136
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    • TouchLight 145
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    • Questions 149