Web 2 0: An Introduction

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This is an introduction to Web 2.0 for educators. It was part of my overall presentation for the 2010 California Charter Schools Conference.

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Web 2 0: An Introduction

  1. 1. Web 2.0: An Introduction By: Daryll Johnson & Shawn Roner http://edbuzz.org
  2. 2. Web 1.0 Static websites Content generated in a rigid top down approach Designed to simply disseminate information About eyeball pageviews
  3. 3. What is Web 2.0? Term coined by O'Reilly Media - 2004 Refers to a perceived second generation of Web-based services that involve a read-write orientation Social Networking Sites Wikis Communication Tools Folksonomies (tagging of information) Content distributed, sorted, combined, and displayed in formats unanticipated by the content creators Web-based technology that promotes information sharing, interoperability, and is user-centered
  4. 4. Web 2.0 - The Beginning Blogging is where it all began. Breaking down of traditional barriers to participation Commenting & crowd interaction Power is in the hands of individual users It's really all about flow & collaboration
  5. 5. Some Helpful Tools Blogs Moodle Delicious and Diigo Ning Facebook Podcasting Flickr Twitter Google Apps Wikipedia Skype VoiceThread
  6. 6. Teachers & Students On-demand access to information never previously available videos, lectures, data Collaboration opportunities Teacher Collaboration Student-Teacher Collaboration Student Collaboration Parent-Teacher Collaboration School-Community Collaboration New ways to mashup or interact with data
  7. 7. Administrators Improve communication Using social media to improve school communication Using cloud computing to enhance faculty communication Using Web 2.0 to enhance the teaching and learning experience Improve professional development Use social networking tools, like Ning, to manage professional development Use Web 2.0 products to effectively manage projects
  8. 8. Who Moved my Cheese? Reevaluate traditional delivery methods or formats Embrace crowdsourcing and open source development Rethink student management and accountability systems For more info visit http://edbuzz.org

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