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What is Web 2.0? Pam Furney June 2009
Once upon a time… A few of us published information on the internet Most of us used the internet to find information What would we do without it? June 2009Pam Furney
However… We now have tools to publish We now have tools to help us share We can communicate, collaborate and connect This is Web 2.0 – the “read and write” web June 2009Pam Furney
Web 2.0 is dynamic and allows us to create knowledge rather than consume it. June 2009Pam Furney
Web 2.0 allows us to collaborate, communicate and connect online This is often called social networking Social Networking in Plain English June 2009Pam Furney
The Tools We Can Use http://www.go2web20.net/ June 2009Pam Furney
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