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Using Web2.0 to Communicate with Stakeholders

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This presentation was presented for teachers and tech coordinators to demonstrate how Web2.0 can be used to keep parents, teachers, and others up to date with resources for Internet Safety and …

This presentation was presented for teachers and tech coordinators to demonstrate how Web2.0 can be used to keep parents, teachers, and others up to date with resources for Internet Safety and Cyberbullying

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  • 1. Using Web2.0 Tools to Communicate with Stakeholders
    • Cyber Safety Day
    • LTC1C - Moraine Valley Community College
    • Nadine Norris
    • January 13, 2009
  • 2. Web 2.0
    • Easy to Create and Edit
    • Collaboration
    • Updated frequently
    • Interaction through comments, forums, chat
  • 3. Web 2.0 Technology
    • Social Bookmarking
    • Blogs
    • Twitter
    • Wikis
    • Nings
  • 4. Criteria for Resources
    • Advice from trusted organization or individual with expertise
    • Lack of bias
    • Up-to-date research and information
    • Practical advice
    • Non-Commercial
  • 5. Social Bookmarking
    • Bookmark websites from any internet connected computer
    • Annotations or comments
    • Network of other “bookmarkers” to share resources
  • 6. Social Bookmarking
  • 7. Social Bookmarking
  • 8. Blogs
    • Maintained by an individual
    • Focused writing
    • Reverse chronological order
    • Posts often include links to other articles and blog posts
    • Allow for comments by readers
  • 9. Blogs
  • 10. Blogs
  • 11. Twitter
    • Microblogging
    • Brief text updates - 140 characters or less
    • Posts viewed by a set of “followers”
  • 12. Twitter
  • 13. Twitter
  • 14. Wikis
    • Collection of webpages where anyone who has permission can contribute
    • Collaborative
    • Easily Editable
    • Allows for text, video, images, documents, and hyperlinks
    • RSS Feed
  • 15. Wikis
  • 16. Wikis
  • 17.  
  • 18. Ning
    • Social Networking
    • Catering to a group of people with specific relationship or common interest
    • Features allow for blog posts, forums, images, and videos
  • 19. Ning
  • 20. Ning
  • 21. Ning - ltc1cil.ning.com
  • 22. [email_address] nnorris.edublogs.org nnorris nnorris nnorris