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    • Emerging Technologies developing a digital native accent Digital Natives and Digital Immigrants Web 2.0 –The Revolution Experience Evaluate Integrate Creating a Digital Identity
      • 5-10,000 hours Video Games
      • 250,000 emails & IMs
      • 10,000 hours on cell phones
      • 20,000 hours TV
      • 500,000 commercials
      • 2 billion ring tones per year
      • 2 billion songs per month
      • 6 billion text messages per day
    • Conventional Speed Step-by-Step Linear Processing Text First Stand-Alone
    • The e-Life
      • Communicating
        • IM, chat
      • Sharing
        • Blogs, webcams
      • Buying & Selling
        • ebay
      • Exchanging
        • P2P
      • Creating
        • sites, avatars, mods
      • Meeting
        • 3D chat rooms, dating
      • Collecting
        • mp3, video, sensor data
      • Searching
        • Info, connections, people
      • Analyzing
        • SETI, drug molecules
      • Reporting
        • Moblogs, photos
      • Programming
        • Open systems, mods, search
      • Socializing
        • Learning social behavior, influence
      • Growing Up
        • Exploring, transgressing
      • Coordinating
        • Projects, workgroups, MMORPGs
      • Evaluating
        • Reputation systems–Epinions, Amazon, Slashdot
      • Gaming
        • Solo, 1-on-1, small & large groups
      • Learning
        • About stuff that interests them
      • Evolving
        • Peripheral, emergent behaviors
      © 2006 Marc Prensky Digital Natives
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      • The world is changing
      • Engage or Enrage
      • Emerging Technologies
      • Experience, Evaluate, Integrate
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    • What is web 2.0 ?
      • The evolution of the web ( as we once knew it)
      • Social software.
      • Users are active rather than passive
      • Create and publish content. Shared constitution of meaning.
      • Less about places and other nouns more about verbs.
    • What is web 2.0 ?
      • No html knowledge required.
      • Content flows in a variety of directions that depend on the behaviors
      • of those who produce the information and those who use it.
    • Social software supports the desire of individuals to be pulled into groups to achieve goals. Social software enables people to rendezvous, connect or collaborate through computer-mediated communication and to form online communications. Wikipedia
    • Web 2.0 can be organised in the following way:
      • Aggregators - A site or program that gathers data from multiple sources and organizes the information to present in a new, more streamlined or appropriate format. Google , RSS feeds, Delicious …
      • Social Networking - Websites focusing on connecting people with other people directly like MySpace , Oldfriends, Secondlife …
      • Social Media - User-generated content like blogs , wikipedia , webnote …
      • Audio, Picture and Video - Online television such as YouTube ,Pandora, Podcasts,
      • Flickr…
      • Web Applications - online programs that can do virtually everything your existing
      • software programs can do. Zoho for instance can replace your Microsoft
      • Office programs.
    • Web 2.0 is growing by the day.
      • Mission :
      • Check out the growing list of web 2.0 applications.
      • Which are familiar to you? How do you use them?
      • Choose one that is new to you and has appeal – professionally or personally. Prepare to share with the group:
      • What it is? Why you like it? How you will make use of it?
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    • Creating a Digital Identity