Web 2.0 Presentation Student Teachers

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This is the presentation used during the Web 2.0 overview session for student teachers on the St. Joseph's College campus.

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Web 2.0 Presentation Student Teachers

  1. 1. What do you do online?
  2. 2. Number of new videos uploaded 65,000 to YouTube per day Number of new users on Facebook 600,000 per day Number of blog posts indexed by 1.5 million Technorati daily Site tracks over 133 million blogs 14 million Number of accounts on Twitter
  3. 3. Number of iPods (Touch) & iPhones 26 million sold during the last holiday season 37 million Number of people who have a 2nd Life Participated in the 2004 US political election via the Internet 75 million * MySpace was a year old * Facebook just launched * YouTube didn’t exist The number of online videos watched 12.7 billion by Americans in one month (Nov’08) Stats from Alexa.com, pingdom.com, Nielsen-Netratings.com, Pewinternet.org, Readwriteweb.com, Apple, Facebook, YouTube, and Linden Labs (not in that order).
  4. 4. “The Web 2.0 revolution gave rise to a labyrinth of blogs, wikis, and tweets where trying to make yourself heard can seem a little like shouting into a waterfall.” -Kenneth Corbin, Internetnews.com
  5. 5. Web 2.0: Connecting Creating Contributing
  6. 6. A second generation of web-based interactions, applications and communities. Photograph © James Duncan Davidson.
  7. 7. Exciting new applications and sites pop up with surprising regularity. Creativity Communication Hosted Collaboration Services Web 2.0
  8. 8. The Past & The Present: Side by Side Web 1.0 (1994-2001) Web 2.0 (2002-) Read/Write Static - quot;read-only” Personal web pages / Communities and Services directories / corporations Google™, MySpace®, Digg™, AOL®, Netscape®, Yahoo® Facebook®, YouTube™, Flickr™, 1-way medium Delicious™ Surfing - Browsing - Consuming Connecting - Creating - Collaborating - Sharing
  9. 9. What terms do you associate with Web 2.0? Maybe you know the terms and tools, but never knew they were Web 2.0…
  10. 10. Created with Wordle www.wordle.net
  11. 11. BLOG + + + post read feed comment text audio video photo
  12. 12. WIKI + + + save content collaborate edit text in web pages
  13. 13. PODCAST / VODCAST + + + media audio feed podcatcher player video
  14. 14. MULTIMEDIA HOSTING + + + web host embed share content video audio photo
  15. 15. SOCIAL BOOKMARKING + + + web bookmark tag share sites
  16. 16. “GENERATIONS ONLINE 2009” Pew Internet pewinternet.org 93% of 12-17 year olds use the web 64% of them use the web to create content (up slightly from 2004 study) Create – Connect
  17. 17. “I use email to talk to old people.”
  18. 18. SOCIAL NETWORKING + + community connections interests
  19. 19. VIRTUAL WORLDS + + characters interaction 3D environments (Avatars) Avatar courtesy of Flickr photostream of Torley ‘In world’ screen shots courtesy of Linden Labs
  20. 20. VIRTUAL WORLDS Image courtesy of WebKinz.com
  21. 21. Examples of Web 2.0 Tools Where disruption meets opportunity!
  22. 22. Examples Bubblus www.bubbl.us Gcast www.gcast.com Wordle www.wordle.net PBworks www.pbworks.com TeacherTube www.teachertube.com Pixlr www.pixlr.com DejaSpace www.dejaspace.com Vodpod www.vodpod.com
  23. 23. What will you do with Web 2.0?
  24. 24. Podcasting Images courtesy of (CC) Flickr photostreams
  25. 25. The Conversation Prism theconversationprism.com Brought to you by Brian Solis & JESS3

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