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Presentation on cutting edge technologies delivered by Michael Mazyck on February 28, 2009 for NEMEN Technology Leaders, a Minnesota group of technology integrationists and teacher-leaders …

Presentation on cutting edge technologies delivered by Michael Mazyck on February 28, 2009 for NEMEN Technology Leaders, a Minnesota group of technology integrationists and teacher-leaders participating in an Enhancing Education Through Technology grant.

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  • 1. Jazzing the Cloud:Cutting Edge Considerations for K-20 Learning and Instruction E2T2 Symposium Hamline University February 28, 2009 Michael Mazyck [email_address] mmazyck@ecminstructionalsystems.com
  • 2. Considerations…..An email Based on recent court cases and articles in the news, ____is making the following recommendations about professional behavior and social networking sites: _____ recommends the following regarding social networks sites such as Facebook or MySpace: that ________staff refrain from using social networks sites such as Facebook or MySpace to communicate, collaborate or contact students and parents. that staff use their _____email account to correspond with students and parents regarding school assignments and activities. that staff use school owned web sites for posting assignments instead of Facebook or MySpace. that staff carefully consider what personal information they display in their public social network profile and what comments they make in online public forums.
  • 3. Part 1: A Brief History of Web “Points”
  • 4. Web One Point Zero
      • Information Exclusivity: Be the first to own the content
      • Dividing the Web: Place into Usable Directories
      • Everyone has their own personal piece of the web
      • Lacks: 1. Context 2. Scalability 3. Interaction
  • 5. Web Two Point Zero
      • Community is key focus
      • The influence and force of a looser form of organization
      • Creating hooks for future integration
      • Lacks: 1. Personalization 2. True Portability 3. Interoperability
  • 6. The Progression: From Web 1.0 to Web 2.0
      • Mostly Read Only
      • 147 Million Users Globally
      • Big focus on Business
      • Home Pages
      • Focus on Content Ownership
      • Britannica/WorldBook Online
      • HTML/Web Portals
      • Web Forms
      • Directories- Taxonomy
      • Netscape
      • Page Views/ Hits
      • Now Read and Write
      • 1.5 Billion Users Globally
      • Focus on Communities
      • Blogs
      • Focus on Creating Content
      • Wikipedia
      • XML, RSS
      • Web Applications
      • Tagging- Folksonomy
      • Google
      • Cost Per Click
    Web 1. 0 Web 2.0
  • 7. Web 3.0 The Semantic Web: From Display to Conversion
  • 8. Web 3.0: A View into The Future The Semantic Web Artificial Intelligence Personalization Mobility
  • 9. Part 2: Trends for Emerging Technologies
  • 10. 2009 Horizon Report
  • 11. Key Trends Impacting Education in the Next Five Years Increasing Globalization 2009 Horizon Report
  • 12. Key Trends Impacting Education in the Next Five Years Collective Intelligence 2009 Horizon Report The ways that we work
  • 13. Key Trends Impacting Education in the Next Five Years Games as Learning Tools 2009 Horizon Report
  • 14. Key Trends Impacting Education in the Next Five Years Visualization Tools Important 2009 Horizon Report The ways that we work
  • 15. Key Trends Impacting Education in the Next Five Years Mobiles: Innovation and Competition 2009 Horizon Report The ways that we work
  • 16. Technologies to Watch Now and the Next Year Mobiles 2009 Horizon Report
  • 17. Mobiles/Information
      • TinEye Mobile
      • TinEye Mobile
  • 18. Mobiles/Mathematics
      • Spacetime
      • QuickGraph
  • 19. Mobiles/Campus Life
      • iStanford
  • 20. Mobiles/Music
      • Shazam
  • 21. Mobiles/SMS
      • Short Messaging Service Response System
  • 22. Technologies to Watch Now and the Next Year Cloud Computing 2009 Horizon Report
  • 23. Cloud Computing Cloud=On Demand+Utility Computing+Software As A Service
  • 24. Software As A Service:Google Health
  • 25. Software As A Service: Gmail
  • 26. Software As A Service: Mint
  • 27. Utility Computing: Amazon Web Services
  • 28. Amazon Web Services: Customers
  • 29. Utility Computing: Google App Engine
  • 30. The Desktop in the Clouds
      • Live Mesh
  • 31. The Desktop in the Clouds
      • Yahoo Zimbra Desktop
  • 32. The Desktop in the Clouds
      • iCloud
  • 33. The Desktop in the Clouds
      • GHOST
  • 34. Cloud Computing/Storage
      • Box
  • 35. Cloud Computing/Storage
      • Dropbox
  • 36. Cloud Computing/Storage
      • Syncplicity
  • 37. Cloud Computing/Storage
      • SMEStorage
  • 38. Cloud Computing/Resources
      • The Tower and the Cloud
      • 20 More Online Desktops
      • Web 2.0 and Cloud Computing
  • 39. Technologies to Watch Two to Three Years Geo-Everything 2009 Horizon Report
  • 40. Geo-Everything
      • Radar
      • Buzzd
  • 41. Geo-Everything:Geotagging/ Virtual Geocaching Travels of March Polo
  • 42. Geo-Everything Geotagging/Geocoding
      • Community Walk
      • Geocoding with Google Spreadsheets
  • 43. Geo-Everything/Resources
      • 7 Things You Should Know About Geolocation
      • Geotagging Photos to Share Fieldtrips with the World
  • 44. Geo-Everything/Resources
      • Locations Technologies Primer
      • GoogleLitTrips
  • 45. Geo-Everything/Resources
      • Notes from the Classroom:Exploring Literary Spaces via Google Earth
  • 46. Technologies to Watch Two to Three Years The Personal Web 2009 Horizon Report
  • 47. The Personal Web/Research
      • Zotero
  • 48. The Personal Web/Media Studies
      • The Open Publishing Lab
  • 49. The Personal Web/Publishing
      • Omeka
  • 50. The Personal Web/Art
      • Smarthistory
  • 51. The Personal Web/Resources
      • The Evolution of Personal Publishing
      • Personal Learning Environment Diagrams
  • 52. Technologies to Watch Four to Five Years Semantic Aware Applications 2009 Horizon Report
  • 53. Semantic-Aware Applications
      • Hakia
  • 54. Semantic-Aware Applications
      • Calais
  • 55. Semantic-Aware Applications
      • Tripit
  • 56. Semantic-Aware Applications
      • Worldmapper
  • 57. Semantic-Aware Applications/Resources
      • The Semantic Web in Education
  • 58. Technologies to Watch Four to Five Years Smart Objects 2009 Horizon Report
  • 59. Smart Objects
      • Touchatag
  • 60. Smart Objects
      • Mirror
  • 61. Smart Objects
      • Smart Home Based Health Platform
  • 62. Smart Objects
      • iPhone in Education: QR Codes in the Classroom
  • 63. Smart Objects/Resources
      • Internetting Every Thing, Everywhere, All the Time
      • When Blobjects Rule the Earth
  • 64. The Digital Experience http://www.c-spanarchives.org/library/index.php?main_page=product_video_info&products_id=283754-3&showVid=true

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