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Empowering inquiry based learning with Web2.0 mash-ups.
Presentation for ECAWA Conference 2007.
'Web 2.0' and the new models of communication and research that it enables means teachers and students can embed and automate the inquiry based learning process. Instant messaging, blogging, podcasting, Skype, wikis, RSS are but some tools available in the 'participatory social web' that allow students to become become knowledge creators and teachers to become facilitators. And the impact that this has on education could be enormous.
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