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Students 2.0: How Social Technology is Changing Way Students Communicate, Collaborate and Learn

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  • 1. Students 2.0:How Social Technology is ChangingWay Students Communicate,Collaborate and Learn
  • 2. Web 2.0
  • 3. The term "Web 2.0" (2004–present) iscommonly associated with webapplications that facilitate interactiveinformation sharing, interoperability,user-centered design, and collaborationon the World Wide Web. Examples of Web2.0 include web-based communities,hosted services, web applications,social-networking sites, video-sharingsites, wikis, blogs, mashups, andfolksonomies. A Web 2.0 site allows itsusers to interact with other users or tochange website content, in contrast tonon-interactive websites where users arelimited to the passive viewing ofinformation that is provided to them.
  • 4. The term is closely associated withTim OReilly because of the OReillyMedia Web 2.0 conference in 2004.Although the term suggests a newversion of the World Wide Web, itdoes not refer to an update to anytechnical specifications, but ratherto cumulative changes in the wayssoftware developers and end-users usethe Web.
  • 5. Web 2.0
  • 6. Conten t Form
  • 7. FormContent
  • 8. InternetInternet
  • 9. Internet<b>Internet</b>
  • 10. Internet<u>Internet</u>
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  • 16. Conten t Form
  • 17. Conten t Form
  • 18. Three Assumptions Learning Partnerships ModelChallenge: Dimension:Portray knowledge as complex & Epistemologicalsocially constructed (cognitive)Self is central to knowledge IntrapersonalconstructionAuthority & expertise shared inthe mutual construction of Interpersonalknowledge
  • 19. Three Assumptions Learning Partnerships ModelChallenge: Dimension:Portray knowledge as complex & Epistemologicalsocially constructed (cognitive)Self is central to knowledge IntrapersonalconstructionAuthority & expertise shared inthe mutual construction of Interpersonalknowledge
  • 20. Three Assumptions Learning Partnerships ModelChallenge: Dimension:Portray knowledge as complex & Epistemologicalsocially constructed (cognitive)Self is central to knowledge IntrapersonalconstructionAuthority & expertise shared inthe mutual construction of Interpersonalknowledge
  • 21. Three Assumptions Learning Partnerships ModelChallenge: Dimension:Portray knowledge as complex & Epistemologicalsocially constructed (cognitive)Self is central to knowledge IntrapersonalconstructionAuthority & expertise shared inthe mutual construction of Interpersonalknowledge
  • 22. How ideas are... created. organized. shared. controlled. repurposed. used.
  • 23. How ideas are... created. organized. shared. controlled. repurposed. used.
  • 24. created.
  • 25. How ideas are... created. organized. shared. controlled. repurposed. used.
  • 26. How ideas are... created. organized. shared. controlled. repurposed. used.
  • 27. organized.
  • 28. How ideas are... created. organized. shared. controlled. repurposed. used.
  • 29. How ideas are... created. organized. shared. controlled. repurposed. used.
  • 30. shared.
  • 31. what we’ve found what we’ve created
  • 32. How ideas are... created. organized. shared. controlled. repurposed. used.
  • 33. How ideas are... created. organized. shared. controlled. repurposed. used.
  • 34. controlled.
  • 35. Controlled vs. Open
  • 36. Controlled vs. Open
  • 37. +
  • 38. iTunes U
  • 39. How ideas are... created. organized. shared. controlled. repurposed. used.
  • 40. How ideas are... created. organized. shared. controlled. repurposed. used.
  • 41. repurposed.
  • 42. What is music?
  • 43. How ideas are... created. organized. shared. controlled. repurposed. used.
  • 44. How ideas are... created. organized. shared. controlled. repurposed. used.
  • 45. used.
  • 46. How ideas are... created. organized. shared. controlled. repurposed. used.
  • 47. How ideas are... created. organized. shared. controlled. repurposed. used.
  • 48. Questions