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  • What’s the big deal? The main difference between web 1.0 and 2.0 is the amount of user-created content and social networking that takes place on the Internet and all the tools to do so with. Web 1.0 – All the rectangles represent all those who view content with the dark red being the generator of content. The light red is someone who responds to it.Web 2.0 shows much more interaction and user generated content. Web 1.0 – read email, read blogs, read websitesWeb 2.0 – read blog and leave a comment, read comments on your fb, post pictures and others leave comments

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  • Web 2.0 Tools for College Students
  • Examples of Web 2.0 Applications
  • What do you mean “web 2.0”?
    Web 2.0 refers to the web as a platform for sharing and organizing information as opposed to a static medium for viewing information as it was in its earlier days.
  • The Evolution of the Web
    Web 2.0
    Web 1.0
    (Red indicates user output)
  • Choose the simplest tools that are most useful to you.Avoid time -wasters and applications that are more complicated than they are worth.
  • Web 2.0 & You
    Why bother?
    The purpose of using these tools is make your life easier. Use them to:
    Discover
    Organize
    Access
    Collaborate
  • Common Terms in Social Media
    Bookmark:To save a website as a favorite
    Tag: Assign a category to describe a website or article
    Network/group: a group of people connected by a common interest
    Subscribe: automatically receive new updates from a source to email or to a reader.
    Site/page/:a page is a part of a site.
    Page is to website as page is to book
    Post/comment: post refers to an entry on a website. Comments are responses to posts
  • Social Bookmarking
    Allows user access to “favorites” from any computer (with an Internet connection).
    It is social because you can find others who bookmark what you do, other sites they bookmark, and share your bookmarks or keep them private.
    Delicious- bookmark websites and “tag” them. Organize the tags. Find other sites with that tag.
    Diigo- all of the above and allows highlighting and sticky notes. Common interest groups.
    Zotero- all of the above and more. Creates citation. Firefox add-on
    • more of a social network format
    • common interest groups/friends
    • easier to organize
    • create lists
    • subject lines
    personalize sites
    highlights
    sticky notes
    diigo toolbar
    diigo.com
  • delicious.com
    zotero.com
    one of the first social bookmarking sites
    you can create bundles to organize tags
    not as user friendly as diigo and no highlighting features
    a firefox application
    automatically creates citation for the saved page.
    more complicated to use
    the other two choices
  • Bibliography creator
    Bibme.org
    Create a bibliography in the style you need:
    • MLA
    • APA
    • Chicago
    • Turabian
    Database of previously used works
    Save your lists separately
    Print in word document
  • wi·ki   (wĭk'ē)    n.   pl.wi·kis
    A collaborative website whose content can be edited by anyone who has access to it.
    Wikis
           
    wikispaces.com
    Wikis in Plain English on YouTube
  • A social networking sight for sharing power-point presentations.
    Slideshare
  • Email Portal
    Turn your personal email site into a
    personal portal
    Make that your home page
    Examples:
    • My Yahoo
    • igoogle
  • Putting it All Together
    Real life examples
    www.atu.edu/ozark/library1.shtml
    www.librarysherry.webs.com
    www.songspace.wikispaces.com
  • Google Wave
    Wolfram Alpha
    Real-time, all-in-one communications
    Computable knowledge database
    Two Cool Things