Web 2.0 Analytics: Knowledge is Power ADEIL10

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Did you know that many Web 2.0 tools like Youtube, Flickr, Slideshare, Bit.ly, Blogs, and more allow you to measure, collect, analyze and report who visited, when, and where? This session will explore how these tools report analytic information and finally discuss the how action analytics capabilities could benefit teaching and learning in a Learning Management System.

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Web 2.0 Analytics: Knowledge is Power ADEIL10

  1. 1. KNOWLEDGE IS POWER Web 2.0 Analytics
  2. 2. Overview of Session Topics include: 1) Web Apps and Analysis tools 2) The a testimony to their value 3) The application of intelligent agents to Education (oh the irony)
  3. 3. What is Web 2.0??? Web 1.0 1990’s Web 2.0 2000’s Characteristics: Web 3.0 2010 +
  4. 4. Blogs  ClustrMaps  Feedjit  Sitemeter
  5. 5. YouTube
  6. 6. flickr
  7. 7. Twitter and Bit.ly
  8. 8. Value
  9. 9. Philontilt
  10. 10. Kickstarter
  11. 11. Carnegie Mellon Open Learning Initiative
  12. 12. Questions?? Comments
  13. 13. MAMICK@CLCMN.EDU TWITTER: @GOAMICK BLOG: LEARNING AND BURNING ONLINE CENTRAL LAKES COLLEGE, BRAINERD/STAPLES, MN Michael Amick Dean of Academic and Technology Services

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