Web 2.0 Trends for Professional Development and the Classroom

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<p>Slide 1</p> <p>Web 2.0 TrendsFor professional development and the classroom 2010 Ann Bell1Web HistoryWeb 1.01991 2003Static PagesRead Only</p> <p>2004 - PresentDynamic PagesRead /WriteWeb 2.0Web 3.02010 - FutureIntelligentData-drivenPersonalization (ads, iGoogle)Natural language searchWEB 2.020102000200519951990Web1.00web 3.02Security IssuesChildrens Internet Protection Act (CIPA)</p> <p>Arizona AUP Policies for Web 2.0</p> <p>3Legal IssuesFindSoundsSearch the Web for SoundsGarageBand and iLife from AppleMusic Permissions www.harryfox.com Royalty Free Music Purchase</p> <p>Library of Congress American Memory</p> <p>Locating Copyright Cleared Media</p> <p>Changed Royalty Free Music to http://www.stockmusic.net/</p> <p>4Creative CommonsCopyright Permission Site http://creativecommons.org/ authorStream.com has a free download plugin that allows users to embed YouTube videos into a PowerPoint as opposed to just linking to it.Zamzar.com Is a free online conversion service upload URL , they will convert the file for you to download.5Foundations of the Participatory Web 2.0RSS FeedsCloud ComputingOpen Source SoftwareTags and Tag CloudsFolksonomy</p> <p>61. RSS FeedsReally Simple Syndication Google Reader</p> <p>Yahoo Reader</p> <p>Outlook RSS Feeds</p> <p>72. Cloud ComputingCloud computing refers to delivering capabilities as an online service accessed from a web browser.</p> <p>Virtual Office Word processing, spreadsheet, presentation</p> <p>Media production tools</p> <p>Large File storage and delivery</p> <p>Online applications for webinars and presentations. </p> <p>8Cloud Computing Plain and Simple93. Open Source SoftwareSource codeis available to the general public for use and/or modification from its original design free of charge.</p> <p>Linux Operating System http://www.linux.com</p> <p>Open Office http://www.openoffice.org/</p> <p>Moodle (course management system) http://moodle.org/</p> <p>Open source code is typically created as a collaborative effort in which programmers improve upon the code and share the changes within the community.104. Tags and Tag CloudsUser selected keyword</p> <p>Tag Cloud the larger the word the more it appeared in the text</p> <p>Tag Cloud of President Obamas Inaugural Speech</p> <p>Tangul.com Sample of Tag Cloud of a single Web page with Google Search for each wordTag Definition: Tag cloud of President Obamas Inaugural Address11</p> <p>5. FolksonomyMethod of collaboratively creating and managing tags to annotate and categorize content.LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for book lovers. </p> <p>Connects people on the books they share.</p> <p>Shelfari.com allows you to create a virtual shelf to show off your books, see what your friends are reading .12Social CatalogingTags in Card Catalog in Danbury, CT Public Library</p> <p>13Social BookmarkingUsers save links toweb pages on a bookmarking site. </p> <p>Usually public, and can be saved privately, shared only with specified people or groups, shared only inside certainnetworks.Delicious.comDigg.com</p> <p>14BlogsWeb site with regular entries of commentary, descriptions of events, etc.Can contain other material such as graphics or video. Entries are commonly displayed in reverse-chronological order.Often allows for an exchange of comments.Includes an RSS feed to send to subscribers RSS Reader.For students need more privacy controls.www.classblogmeister.com </p> <p>15Social Networks (Professional)Ning.com</p> <p>www.classroom20.comhttp://school20.ning.com</p> <p>16Social Networks (Professional)ISTEALAOnline EducatorTechnology-Using Professors</p> <p>User GroupsLinked In17Online CollaborationUnited Nations Global Teaching &amp; Learning Project</p> <p>Lesson plans and project ideas on global issues that classrooms from around the world can work on collaboratively . </p> <p>Teachers and students can access information they need to learn about global issues and participate in finding solutions to global problems.</p> <p>Global Education</p> <p>18Online Collaborationwww.pbwiki.com or www.pbworks.com </p> <p>www.wetpaint.com</p> <p>www.wikispaces.com</p> <p>How to use Wikipedia???</p> <p>Wikis19Online CollaborationDocument</p> <p>Presentation</p> <p>Spreadsheet</p> <p>Form Used for tests, quizzes, and surveysVirtual OfficeGoogle Docs http://docs.google.com/</p> <p>20Online CollaborationConversations around media.</p> <p>TelephoneWebcamMicrophoneTypingVoiceThread http://voicethread.com</p> <p>Implementing Instructional Technology Innovations Class Voice Thread 21Online CommunicationSkype Webcam/Voice/Chat over the InternetGoogle Talk Webcam/Voice/ChatEyejot Video E-mail - ExampleTwitter 140 character messagesSet up specific listsSet up #hashtags using # sign followed by search termInclude hyperlinksExcellent search capabilitiesTweet Deck http://www.tweetdeck.com/ allows connection between twitter, Facebook, MySpace, and LinkedIn. </p> <p>22</p> <p>Sharing MediaPhotosFlickr http://www.flickr.com Shutterfly http://shutterfly.com</p> <p>Videos/VodcastsYouTube http://youtube.comTeacherTube http://teachertube.com/ iTunes- (for vodcasts) - http://www.apple.com/itunes/</p> <p>Audio/PodcastsEducational Podcasts Network http://www.epnweb.org/iTunes University http://www.apple.com/education/mobile-learning </p> <p>23Creating MediaeBooks Kindle, iPod Touch, iPhone, Nook, Sony Reader, and now the iPad.</p> <p>Self-Publishing http://createspace.com</p> <p>Wikibooks http://en.wikibooks.org eBooks &amp; Publishing</p> <p>Image by Dekuwa used by Creative Commons Permissions24Creating MediaJinghttp://www.jingproject.com/</p> <p>Snap a pictureof your screen.Record videoof onscreen action.Share instantlyover the web, IM, email.</p> <p>Screencast Creator25Displaying MediaAnimoto http://animoto.com/educationAutomatically analyzes the music, photos and video clips that you choose, and orchestrates a custom video. </p> <p>Leaves teachers and students free to focus on the content and narrative of their videos.Cinematic Artificial Intelligence26Creating AnimationGoAnimatehttp://goanimate.com/Enables the creation of unique computer animated stories and learning projects. </p> <p>Offers simple to advanced features.27Creating Speaking AvatarsVokihttp://www.voki.com/Voki is a free service that allows students tocreate personalized speaking avatars.28Geo-Projects MashupsGoogle Maps Google Earthhttp://maps.google.com/ and http://earth.google.com/Geotagging to imagesGoogle Lit Trips - Using Google Earth, students discover where in the world the greatest road trip stories took place.Label Goggle Maps locations with photos, videos, and text.Geocaching - Geocaching is a high-tech treasure hunting game played throughout the world by adventure seekers equipped with GPS devices. The basic idea is to locate hidden containers, called geocaches, outdoors and then share your experiences online. </p> <p>29Further Web 2.0 Resources</p> <p>http://www.uwstout.edu/soe/profdev/innovations/By Ann BellOnline Professional Development Course30</p>