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Students 2.0: How Social Technology is Changing Way Students Communicate, Collaborate and Learn

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Students 2.0: How Social Technology is Changing Way Students Communicate, Collaborate and Learn

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Students 2.0: How Social Technology is Changing Way Students Communicate, Collaborate and Learn

  1. Students 2.0:How Social Technology is ChangingWay Students Communicate,Collaborate and Learn
  2. Web 2.0
  3. 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.
  4. The term is closely associated withTim OReilly because of the OReillyMedia Web 2.0 conference in 2004.Although the term suggests a newversion of the World Wide Web, itdoes not refer to an update to anytechnical specifications, but ratherto cumulative changes in the wayssoftware developers and end-users usethe Web.
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  18. Three Assumptions Learning Partnerships ModelChallenge: Dimension:Portray knowledge as complex & Epistemologicalsocially constructed (cognitive)Self is central to knowledge IntrapersonalconstructionAuthority & expertise shared inthe mutual construction of Interpersonalknowledge
  19. Three Assumptions Learning Partnerships ModelChallenge: Dimension:Portray knowledge as complex & Epistemologicalsocially constructed (cognitive)Self is central to knowledge IntrapersonalconstructionAuthority & expertise shared inthe mutual construction of Interpersonalknowledge
  20. Three Assumptions Learning Partnerships ModelChallenge: Dimension:Portray knowledge as complex & Epistemologicalsocially constructed (cognitive)Self is central to knowledge IntrapersonalconstructionAuthority & expertise shared inthe mutual construction of Interpersonalknowledge
  21. Three Assumptions Learning Partnerships ModelChallenge: Dimension:Portray knowledge as complex & Epistemologicalsocially constructed (cognitive)Self is central to knowledge IntrapersonalconstructionAuthority & expertise shared inthe mutual construction of Interpersonalknowledge
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