Top 10 Web 2.0 Picks

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The Instructional Technology Coordinator's top 10 free Web 2.0 applications for educators

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Top Ten Web 2.0 Picks: 

Top Ten Web 2.0 Picks Joel Kinison, Instructional Technology Coordinator, College of Southern Maryland

Objectives: 

Objectives Define Web 2.0 Web 2.0 Tools for Education Top 10 Web Site Picks

What is Web 2.0: 

What is Web 2.0 Monk-e-Mail Monk - e- Mail http://www.careerbuilder.com/monk-e-mail

What is Web 2.0: 

What is Web 2.0 In studying and/or promoting web-technology, the phrase Web 2.0 can refer to a trend in web design and development — a perceived second generation of web-based communities and hosted services (such as social-networking sites, wikis, and blogs) which aim to facilitate creativity, collaboration, and sharing among users. The term gained currency following the first O'Reilly Media Web 2.0 conference in 2004. Although the term suggests a new version of the World Wide Web, it does not refer to an update to any technical specifications, but to changes in the ways software developers and end-users use webs.

...In Fact…: 

...In Fact… That definition came directly from Wikiedia “We are already well down the path to what some call a “Web2.0 world.” - Gary Brown, The future of Web 2.0 (see handout) Wikipedia http://www.wikipedia.com Online encyclopedia, information added by anyone with knowledge.

Web 2.0 Technologies: 

Web 2.0 Technologies Most tools are online, free Can be embedded in websites Combination of online social networks, groups – collaborative groups Always in Beta mode Reflect life, learning and trends Always new tools available “The only thing consistent is change!”

Different User Expectations : 

Different User Expectations Web 1.0 Web 2.0 Surfing Browsing Consuming Megabytes of published text and photos I passively consume Connecting Collaborating Creating Gigabytes of shared Audio and video We actively participate Adapted from: Web 2.0 - Understanding the substance behind the buzzwords. As part of a panel debate at Webstock.org.nz

Web 2.0 in the Classroom: 

Web 2.0 in the Classroom Only some useful in the classroom Enable users to interact with their peers and mentors, form communities, and connect via peer-to-peer networks within and outside the classroom. Increased capabilities to monitor, provide feedback, and assess student progress Web 2.0 tools include rating, sharing and commenting. Enable Active Learning

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“Employers are telling us that what they want is active, hands-on, authentic learning pedagogies that actually are more aligned with what we know about learning and good practices than much of what happens in our educational institutions currently upholding ivory tower values.” - Gary Brown, The future of Web 2.0 (see handout)

Web 1.0 vs Web 2.0 Video: 

Web 1.0 vs Web 2.0 Video http://www.classroom20.com/video/video/show?id=649749%3AVideo%3A5905 This video, and others available at http://web2videos.blogspot.com/

Top Ten: 

Top Ten Photo Sharing Presentation Sharing Video Sharing Portfolio Development Audio Sharing Web Conferencing Lesson Capture Survey Tools Free Photos Productivity Tools

Photo Sharing: 

Photo Sharing Publishing of a user’s digital photos online Sharing Groups/Networks Critiquing/Commenting Educational Uses Art classes Design Classes History Classes Biology Classes Web 2.0 Sites #1

Photo Sharing: 

Photo Sharing Art History using Flickr http://flickr.com/photos/ha112/901660/ The whole Merode Altarpiece This is an example of using a Web 2.0 site to support teaching and learning online

Presentation Sharing: 

Presentation Sharing Share your presentations online Turns it into a Flash slideshow Public or private Includes transcript PPT PPS PDF Audio, Video, Narrations & Animations (authorSTREAM) Educational Uses Any course that uses presentations. Great resource for a student who needs extra review material or a student who has missed a class. Web 2.0 Sites #2

PresentationSharing: 

Presentation Sharing Multimedia: Making it Happen Introduction http://www.slideshare.net/joelk/introduction-to-multimedia English 101 Lecture with Narration (See link below) This is an example of using a Web 2.0 site to support teaching and learning online http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/twhitt-50720-English101LectureThr-ee-English-101- Paper-1-Narrative-Narration-Description-Questions-consider-Essay-DB-7-8-english101lectu-Education-ppt-powerpoint/

Video Sharing: 

Video Sharing View & upload videos Great deal of educational videos View & upload for free Google video has an educational category. Educational Uses View subject videos Create video projects Research (may come across inappropriate content) Educational Outreach for collage marketing aspects Classroom lectures Web 2.0 Sites #3

VideoSharing: 

Video Sharing Integrative Biology 131 – Lecture 09: Muscular System http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSeCYT1g6eo This is an example of using a Web 2.0 site to support teaching and learning online

Portfolio Developmentand Hosting: 

Portfolio Development and Hosting Create your own Web site: Contact information Post course information Links to resources Links to documents Online portfolio As a student e-portfolio: extensive résumé links to an online repository of a student's papers, pictures Create and maintain a professional ePortfolio Engage in professional  and social networking Showcase scholarly work Web 2.0 Sites #4

Portfolio Developmentand Hosting: 

Portfolio Development and Hosting Seanettles Designs http://sitekreator.com/seanettles Ella Bartlett http://ebartle.phoenix.epsilen.com This is an example of using a Web 2.0 site to support teaching and learning online

Audio Sharing: 

Audio Sharing Share Audio: Course content Dissemination tool Field Recording Study support Guest speakers & events Languages Music Digital field trip Academic Uses: Making podcasts - online radio shows Fieldtrip Languages Lectures or Interviews Web 2.0 Sites #5

Audio Sharing: 

Audio Sharing Stanford on iTunes U http://itunes.stanford.edu/ Seanettles http://www.switchpod.com/p13628.html This is an example of using a Web 2.0 site to support teaching and learning online

Web Conferencing: 

Web Conferencing Web Conferencing - Meetings: Meet online with colleagues and students Demonstrate Troubleshoot Common conferencing tools Audio/Video Screen Sharing Presentations Polling Whiteboard Chat Uses Staff/faculty training Help Desk Support Guest lectures General Communication Tool Web 2.0 Sites #6

WebConferencing: 

Web Conferencing ITC Help Desk http://zoho.com This is an example of using a Web 2.0 site to support teaching and learning online

Lesson Capture: 

Lesson Capture Sketchcast Create sketches and annotations with narration. Draw the sketch while explaining what your doing in audio Embed the video player or URL on any blog/web-site Simple GUI: Record – Preview - Publish Recommend using a WACOM drawing board. Requires a microphone for audio Educational Uses Math (Explain a math formula) Electronics Drawing (Create a cartoon) Creating tutorials White board drawings, diagrams Web 2.0 Sites #7

Lesson Capture: 

Lesson Capture Math 102 Geometry Lesson http://sketchcast.com/view/blBcOV1/ This is an example of using a Web 2.0 site to support teaching and learning online

Survey Tool: 

Survey Tool SurveyMonkey Create online surveys quickly and easily Course/material evaluation Student survey 100 users/10 questions (free) Educational Uses Classroom surveys Course evaluations Student Satisfaction Professor Evaluation Web 2.0 Sites #8

Survey Tool: 

Survey Tool Faculty Satisfaction Template Survey Monkey This is an example of using a Web 2.0 site to support teaching and learning online

Free Photos: 

Free Photos Yotophoto Public Domain- copy left image search Flickr, Wikipedia,Stock.Xchng, Pixelperfect Digital and Openphoto Easy to use – enter keyword Includes type of license. Educational Uses Presentations Biology Art History images Web 2.0 Sites #9

Free Photos: 

Free Photos Fishy1 http://www.sxc.hu/photo/27026 This is an example of using a Web 2.0 site to support teaching and learning online

ProductivityTools: 

Productivity Tools Online tools and storage Comprehensive suites of affordable, online productivity tools Educational Uses Presentations, document creation and storage Remote access to material Web 2.0 Sites #10

ProductivityTools: 

Productivity Tools Google Docs This is an example of using a Web 2.0 site to support teaching and learning online

Notable Mentions: 

Notable Mentions Skyping – Skype synchronized communication Podcasting – BlogTalkRadio, ODEO Blogging- Blogger, TypePad Wikis – pbwiki, TWiki, welpaint Polling sites- PollDaddy Brainstorming/Mind Maps– Bubble.us, thinkature Social Networking- FaceBook Linkedin Google Maps Virtual Worlds – Second Life, There Quizes – Quizlab *Course Management System – LectureShare.com And even online Karaoke!

If you can’t find a tool… go to:: 

If you can’t find a tool… go to:

Thank You: 

Thank You Joel Kinison joelk@csmd.edu

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