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Introduction to Web2.0 Introduction to Web2.0 Presentation Transcript

  • Online Collaboration and Communication Dr. Henry Keil Using Web2.0 tools
    • Web1.0 The Web as a platform (for passive browsing - ’consuming’)
    What is Web2.0?
    • Web2.0 (Dale Dougherty)
    • The Web as a service (dynamic) You DO things on the Web by ‘creating and sharing’
    • Blogger
    Examples of Web 2.0? Do these words mean anything to you?
    • Wikipedia
    • YouTube
    • MySpace/Facebook
    • Kazaa/Napster
    • Flickr
    • Del.icio.us
    • Technorati
    • Odeo
    • Diigo
    • Netvibes
  • What is Web 2.0? The Machine is Us/ing Us Best explained via one of its own tools!! by Michael Wesch
  • Why Web 2.0? How People Learn?!
  • Doing things in Web 2.0 Media Forums Tagging/ Sharing Wikis/ GoogleDocs Personal learning space Examples of Good Practice Bubbl.us
  • Buzz-words in Web 2.0
    • Social networking
    • User-generated content (UGC)
    • Folksonomies
    • Syndication
    • Weblog/vblog
  • ‘ Web-logs and blogging
    • What is its purpose?
    • Provides opportunities for reflection
    • Other advantages
    • Other people can provide comments
    • Proper tagging allows searches
    • What is a blog?
    • An online personal diary
    • You choose the medium
    • Writing or verbal (audio-blogging)
    • Video-blogging (vblog)
  • ‘ Social networking’
    • Architecture of participation
    • Online sharing of data (photos – Flickr ), audio ( iTunes , Odeo ), video ( YouTube )
    • Online collaboration and co-production GoogleDocs / Wikis
    • Social tagging of content - Folksonomies ( social bookmarking , Slideshare )
    • Multi-user virtual environments ( MUVE s)
    • Educational gaming (role play)
  • The context
  • The Power of Social Networking
  • Are You A Digital Native?
  • Collaborative authoring – tools for group work
    • GoogleDocs , Acrobat.com
    • Wiki ( WetPaint )
  • Social networking – the tools
    • MySpace
    • Facebook
    • Ning
  • File sharing: content creation – not only consumption
    • Flickr
    • Odeo ; iTunes ; iMesh
    • YouTube; Google Video ; blib.tv
  • Folksonomies – Social bookmarking and tagging
    • Diigo , del.icio.us
    • - Accessing bookmarks anywhere
    • - Tagging and sharing bookmarks
    • - Finding people with the same interests
  • RSS-feeds (syndication) Keep your information up-to-date
    • RSS (Web) feeds are a useful tool to receive updated information from relevant Web-sites or Blogs
    • You subscribe by clicking on the feed icon
    • You get a list of recent contributions and additions in IE7
  • Personal learning spaces (PLE)
    • Create your own interface
    • Centralisation of access and content
    • Current information through syndication
    • Share information with whom you want
  • Personal learning space in iGoogle
  • Multiuser 3D Worlds – ‘Immersive learning ’