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  • 1. Web 2.0 Tools & Mashups
  • 2. Web 2.0
    Web 2.0 refers to the trend toward the web being a dynamic environment where people can interact and contribute to the content on the web more freely.
    Web 2.0 represents a new reliance and focus on collective intelligence and user-generated content
  • 3. Web 2.0 Tools
    Social Media
    Social Bookmarking
    Blogs
    Open Source Software & Tools
    RSS Feeds
    Wikis
    User-generated content and reviews
    Audio & Video sharing sites
    Mashups
  • 4. Social Media
    Web sites and tools that allow people to create online communities and interact and communicate with others on a large scale
  • 5. Social Networking Services
    Web sites that provide a platform for people to connect and communicate with other users
    Facebook
    MySpace
    Twitter
    LinkedIn
    SecondLife
  • 6. Microblogging
    The exchange of short messages or bits of information in the style of blogging but through much shorter posts.
    Twitter
    Facebook
    Tumblr
    Jaiku
  • 7. Twitter
    • Approximately 200 million users
    • 8. News spreads faster than ever
    • 9. Unprecedented access to celebrities
    • 10. Bloggers, podcasters & journalists can reach more people than ever
    • 11. Real-time conversations are possible around the world
    • 12. Allows politicians to share information without follow-up questions
    From: Gross, Doug “5 ways Twitter changed how we communicate” CNN.com 3 Mar. 2011
  • 13. Blogs
    User-generated web logs that document personal or professional interests. They are typically written by a single person and open for comments. Often a blogroll of links to other blogs on similar interests or topics is included.
  • RSS Feeds
    Rich Site Syndication (aka Really Simple Syndication) allows you to subscribe to feeds from various web sites so that you can easily view the newest postings from a variety of sources in one location.
    Bloglines
    My Yahoo!
    Google Reader
    Pageflakes
  • 17. Social Bookmarking
    Allows users to share, store, manage, organize and search for bookmarks online
    Delicious
    Diigo
    Digg
    StumbleUpon
    Mister Wong
    CiteULike
  • 18. Wikis
    Wikis are websites that allows a community of users to create and edit content, often without the need for registration. “It also allows for linking among any number of pages. This ease of interaction and operation makes a wiki an effective tool for mass collaborative authoring."
    From: Dearstyne, Bruce W. "Blogs, Mashups, & Wikis Oh, My!." Information Management Journal 41.4 (2007): 24-33. Academic Search Premier. EBSCO. Web. 16 Mar. 2011.  
  • Audio & Video Sharing
    Audiovisual sharing web sites allow you to store, organize, tag and share pictures, audio files
    Voicethreads
    Audacity
    Gabcast
    Flickr
    Picasa
    PictureTrail
    Youtube
    Vimeo
    Slideshare
  • 26. Open Source Software
    Software programs are transitioning from being individually loaded on user machines to being hosted and accessed online. Many allow for collaboration from multiple users
    Zoho
    Google Docs
    Open Office
    Bubbl.us
    Zotero
  • 27. Mashups
    Mashups are web pages or applications that integrate data or functionality from two or more sources to create a more unified and functional resource tailored to the users' needs.
    Yahoo! Pipes
    Google Maps
    Youtube
  • 28. For more information & links…
    http://trcc.commnet.libguides.com/web20