The Study of Web 2.0 Tool: <br />Introduction of “Slideshare”<br />Presenter: Gary Leung<br />Background:<br /><ul><li>Head of the Multimedia Management Department of Hong Kong Henrietta Secondary School
Head of the Audiovisual Center of Taiwan Nan Shan High School (ISO 9001 approval)
News Reporter of CTS (China Television Broadcasting, Taiwan)
TV Producer of ETTV (Eastern Television, Taiwan)</li></li></ul><li>Today’s Issues<br />What is Web 2.0? (3mins)<br />Introduction of “Shareslide” (5mins)<br />A trail trip of “Shareside”with Gary (10mins)<br />Conclusion (2mins)<br />Critical thinking for you (5mins)<br />
What is Web 2.0? How is it formed?<br /><ul><li>"Web 2.0 is an environment that builds up the knowledge. The content is built by the interaction of people, and then they share the information to the public.
Web 2.0 includes the structuring skills and the applied programing. The main characteristic of it is sharing the resources and make them much fulfilled.
Web 2.0 is a new era of using internet. Internet becomes a platform, and its content can be edited by everyone’s participation. Therefore, the content comes to be personalized. People sharing the information by P2P, and formed the world of Web 2.0.</li></li></ul><li>Resource from: http://www.slideshare.net/<br />
Trail trip of “Slideshare” with Gary<br />Step1: <br />Gotohttp://www.slideshare.net/<br />
Critical Thinking<br />How can Web 2.0 contribute to Education?<br />What is the disadvantage of using Web 2.0 tool?<br />
When Web 2.0 is applied on teaching<br />The integration of teaching and learning resource<br />SharingSlide<br />Sharing Book reports<br />The communication between teachers and students<br />Comments, Responds<br />
Conclusion<br />In the world of Web2.0, everyone can easier and get faster to access learning. <br />
The Era of Information Transforming<br />Jan. 3, 1983<br />Dec. 25, 2006<br />
Reference<br />賴和龍 “The practical uses of Web 2.0”Taipai, Taiwan<br />鄭文傑 “How Web 2.0 changes our life?”Information Weekly Post, Taiwan.<br />www.slideshare.net<br />