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Division of Information TechnologyCool Tools: New Web 2.0 Tools     for Content Delivery       Learning Technologies
Overview What is web 2.0 content delivery? Considerations for using web 2.0 tools in instruction Overview of tools   • ...
Content Delivery Introduction to Content Self-paced Content Presentation Video/Interactive Content Presentation        ...
Considerations   Purpose or Intended Learning   Access   Cost   Appearance   Functionality   Security   Stability ...
SlideShare• World’s largest presentation sharing community• Embedd and Share• Slidecast feature• Zipcast – invite students...
VoiceThread• Collaborative Multimedia Slideshow• Better to use with smaller groups if planning to  incorporate collaborati...
Google Earth Tours• Historical Tours• Current maps – You can add descriptive  text, photos, links to websites• Can share y...
Prezi•   Learning Curve•   Educational Account•   Avoid Text-heavy Presentations•   www.Prezi.com                         ...
More Web 2.0 Presentation Tools•   Ahead.com – Similar to Prezi. Non-linear presentation style.•   Vuvox.com – Gallery pre...
Division of Information Technology   Questions?learningtools@umd.edu       Thank you!
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Web 2.0 Content Delivery

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Web 2.0 Content Delivery

  1. 1. Division of Information TechnologyCool Tools: New Web 2.0 Tools for Content Delivery Learning Technologies
  2. 2. Overview What is web 2.0 content delivery? Considerations for using web 2.0 tools in instruction Overview of tools • SlideShare.net • VoiceThread.com • Google Earth • Prezi.com Highlight a few other web 2.0 content delivery options Questions and wrap-up Division of Information Technology
  3. 3. Content Delivery Introduction to Content Self-paced Content Presentation Video/Interactive Content Presentation Division of Information Technology
  4. 4. Considerations Purpose or Intended Learning Access Cost Appearance Functionality Security Stability Usability Division of Information Technology
  5. 5. SlideShare• World’s largest presentation sharing community• Embedd and Share• Slidecast feature• Zipcast – invite students to a live broadcast of the presentation.• Application in LinkedIn• www.slideshare.net Division of Information Technology
  6. 6. VoiceThread• Collaborative Multimedia Slideshow• Better to use with smaller groups if planning to incorporate collaboration• Http://Voicethread.com Division of Information Technology
  7. 7. Google Earth Tours• Historical Tours• Current maps – You can add descriptive text, photos, links to websites• Can share your saved tour with students• www.earth.google.com - You need to download Google Earth to your computer Division of Information Technology
  8. 8. Prezi• Learning Curve• Educational Account• Avoid Text-heavy Presentations• www.Prezi.com Division of Information Technology
  9. 9. More Web 2.0 Presentation Tools• Ahead.com – Similar to Prezi. Non-linear presentation style.• Vuvox.com – Gallery presentations – Could be great for an art history class or photography course.• SlideBoom – Similar to SlideShare.• AuthorStream.com – Similar to Slideshare has rich analytics tool.• Screencast-o-matic.com – Similar to Jing and Camtasia• Sliderocket.com – Presentation Software Division of Information Technology
  10. 10. Division of Information Technology Questions?learningtools@umd.edu Thank you!

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