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Blogs and Wikis for Beginners

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Using blogs and wikis in education

Using blogs and wikis in education

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    I created something similar about wikis in higher education. Love the way you make the process simple with tables.

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  • 1. Blogs & Wikis in the Classroom Lower Hudson Regional Information Center
  • 2. Web 1.0 – Web 2.0 Read Only – Read/Write
    • DoubleClick
    • oFoto
    • mp3.com
    • Britannica Online
    • Media reviews
    • Personal Websites
    • Publishing
    • Content
    • Directories (taxonomy)
    • Hyperlinks
    • Google AdSense
    • Flckr
    • Napster
    • Wikipedia
    • Amazon (user reviews)
    • Blogging
    • Participation
    • Wikis
    • Tagging ("folksonomy“- collaborative categorization of information)
    • RSS
  • 3. The Past, Present and Future of the Web is Now
    • Learn about something – Google
    • Experts
    • Static information
    • Writing for teacher & grade - an audience of one
    • Learn about and from people – Blogosphere
    • Construction & sharing knowledge
    • Publish to the world
    • Writing for all w/ feedback & dialog
    • Social Networking
    • Exploit the content of social computing sites, store information (for commercial purposes?)
    • Machines will do intelligent things
    • Move from a web of connected documents to a Web of connected data (Semantic Web)
    Web 1.0 Web 2.0 Web 3.0
  • 4. Web 2.0 Tools
    • RSS – share content between websites
    • Aggregators – collects RSS feeds
    • Delicious - social bookmarking tool
    • Flickr - online photo management and sharing application
    • Slideshare – share slides online
    • YouTube – share videos
    • Technorati – blog search tool
    • Digg – members submit news articles
    • Mashups – data from one site is integrated into another
  • 5.  
  • 6. Educational Benefits of Blogs & Wikis
    • Help students to communicate & collaborate
    • Motivate students to participate
    • Provide opportunities to read & write
    • Postings can be created by students any time, any place
  • 7. Being Five – a cartoon blog http://beingfive.blogspot.com/
  • 8. Preparing the classroom for blogging
    • Determine school policy
      • AUP
      • Viewing student work online
      • Parental notification
    • Teach student safe online behavior
    • Set expectations
  • 9.  
  • 10. http://classblogmeister.com/ David Warlick – How to
  • 11. Wiki
    • Collaboration
      • collaborative public writing tool
    • Community of users construct knowledge
      • Edit, delete or modify content
      • Ongoing collective work of many authors
    • Students “own” their learning experience
  • 12. Wikis
  • 13.
    • Q. How many Wiki people does it
    • take to change a lightbulb?
    • A. One, but anyone can change it back.
            • - langreiter.com

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