Visual Conferencing Only two approaches to video conferencing Value-added chat Very expensive distance equipment
Course Management System o Most Popular o Angel Learning o Moodle o Sakai Project o Think.com o Blackboard
Twitter o Keep in touch o Latest technology o News o Conferences o Online reference o Posting
Blogs o Called web blogs o Can be texts o Audios o Graphics o Communication
Virtual Sites with Avatars o Have enough bandwidth o Applications work with data projectors Confirm the level of skills Watch the downloading of software
Termso Degree- The amount of somethingo World Wide Web- Interneto Twitter-Social Networko Blog-Form of communicationo Podcasting-Virtual conferencingo Social networking-Communicating across the interneto Wikis-Informal spreading of informationo Virtual conferencing-Conferencing over the Interneto System-A way of doing somethingo Avatar-Virtual character
Response to QuestionsReport on blogs and wikis: On both my blogs and my wikis, I have gotten a few viewers and one or two comments. These devices are great ways to spread information and receive feedback.Report on social networking: Facebook is an interesting site. This site keeps the patrons busy with educational organizations, fun activities, informative groups. There is a social freedom. Students and adults can contact people as needed.
Summary This presentation outlines the Web 2.0. There are several applications that are fun and educational for the students to use. These applications include social networking, Twitter, blogs, Wikis, podcasting, and other applications.
Other Resources and URLs 2 Videos: http://www.youtube.com/embed/WH0n_skELzM http://www.youtube.com/embed/8iVj0upwymk URLs http://web2012.discoveryeducation.com/web20tools http:// www.webopedia.com/welcomead/