Lit Review: Web 2.0 and College Student Learning

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This was a presentation based on a literature review I did for one of my doctoral classes in Higher Education at Boston College. It provides an overview of the concepts and the literature surrounding Web 2.0, theory, and college student learning.

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Lit Review: Web 2.0 and College Student Learning

  1. LIT REVIEWWEB STUDENTCOLLEGE 2.0 +LEARNING2011.12.15
  2. I WANT TO STUDY NOT ONLY WHATTHE COMPUTER ISDOING FOR US, BUT WHAT IT IS DOING TO US.- Sherry Turkle
  3. WEB 2.0 TRENDS, COLLEGETECHNOLOGY STUDENT & IDEOLOGY LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT IN WEB 2.0 PEDAGOGICAL AND RELATED THEORIES
  4. WEB 2.0 TRENDS,TECHNOLOGY & IDEOLOGY
  5. Web 1.0STATIC WEBPAGES
  6. here
  7. there
  8. this guyTim O’Reilly I coined the term Web 2.0
  9. Web 2.0 + UGC = Social Media
  10. Web 2.0
  11. The term "Web 2.0" (2004–present) iscommonly associated with webapplications that facilitate interactiveinformation sharing, interoperability,user-centered design, and collaborationon the World Wide Web. Examples of Web2.0 include web-based communities,hosted services, web applications,social-networking sites, video-sharingsites, wikis, blogs, mashups, andfolksonomies. A Web 2.0 site allows itsusers to interact with other users or tochange website content, in contrast tonon-interactive websites where users arelimited to the passive viewing ofinformation that is provided to them.
  12. Web 2.0 + UGC = Social Media
  13. UGCuser generated content
  14. Web 2.0 + UGC = Social Media
  15. Social Media
  16. sharing
  17. Web 2.0 + UGC = Social Media
  18. THEMACHINE ISUS/ING US - Michael Wesch
  19. VIDEO: original can be found at:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6gmP4nk0EOE
  20. Clay Shirky
  21. Yahoo, faced withthe possibility thatthey could organizethings with nophysicalconstraints, addedthe shelf back.
  22. folksonomywe are creating a database-backed web
  23. folk sonomysocial taxonomy
  24. THEMACHINE ISUS/ING US - Michael Wesch
  25. global brain
  26. WEB 2.0 TRENDS &TECHNOLOGY
  27. WEB 2.0 TRENDS & COLLEGETECHNOLOGY STUDENT LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT IN WEB 2.0 PEDAGOGICAL AND RELATED THEORIES
  28. PEDAGOGICALAND RELATED THEORIES
  29. Constructivist Theories including social construction
  30. connectivism
  31. Critical Theory & Literacy
  32. PEDAGOGICALAND RELATED THEORIES
  33. WEB 2.0 TRENDS & COLLEGETECHNOLOGY STUDENT LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT IN WEB 2.0 PEDAGOGICAL AND RELATED THEORIES
  34. COLLEGE STUDENT LEARNING &DEVELOPMENT IN WEB 2.0
  35. In/formal learning
  36. current literature on college student learning and web 2.0 focuses mainly on 1. Statistics on college student use of technology
  37. current literature on college student learning and web 2.0 focuses mainly on 2. Problematic behavior associated with online participation
  38. current literature on college student learning and web 2.0 focuses mainly on 3. Use of specific applications and web technologies in traditional environments (i.e. classrooms, or student affairs departments)
  39. key works on web 2.0 & student affairs
  40. R E R ATU LI TE T H EN
  41. The literature... on college student learning and Web 2.0... is largely composed of thought piecesif it contains research, often focuses on formal learning environments has few qualitative studies is fragmented across disciplines, internationalborders, and K-12 and higher education
  42. COLLEGE STUDENT LEARNING &DEVELOPMENT IN WEB 2.0
  43. WEB 2.0 TRENDS & COLLEGETECHNOLOGY STUDENT LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT IN WEB 2.0 PEDAGOGICAL AND RELATED THEORIES
  44. health of the literature overall
  45. constantly evolving...even 4 years ago is out-of date has a robust engaged takes new community forms, including much is digital,blogs, videos and can and audio disappear or be repeated without attribution
  46. possible researchDirections
  47. Developmental
  48. apply constructivist theories to understand student meaning-making on the web
  49. the global brainstudent development in light of connectivist concepts oflearning being “in the network” itself
  50. emergentism comparing the cognitive development of the global brain to that of the college- aged student
  51. Developmental
  52. possible researchDirections
  53. Power
  54. examine thechanging powerdynamics in thelearning relationshipbetween studentsand student affairseducators(critical theory base)
  55. examine specialpopulations (such as genderqueeridentifying students) and their self- representations online and their use of social media to problematize and subvert concepts (such as gender)
  56. Power
  57. possible researchDirections
  58. Cultural Shifts
  59. developing and examining theimpact of folksonomies withincollege and university settings
  60. developing and examining the educational impact of campus (digital) memes
  61. Cultural Shifts
  62. Directions
  63. digitally archived at

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