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1 Adrianna Coronel, CDA, RDH, BSDH

2 Welcome  This presentation will introduce you to a variety of Internet Technology tools that facilitate collaboration and sharing between students and teachers.

3 Rationale  The information provided in this Workshop will improve teaching techniques, which will positively impact the learning experience of all students. The workshops will enhance technology literacy and improve technology skills. Faculty, staff, and administration will have the opportunity to exchange ideas, and learn about different teaching methods and techniques. These experiences will be incorporated into classroom teaching and department responsibilities. As instructors of technology-related subjects, it is necessary to stay current with new processes, ideas, and methods. Attending these workshops will give teachers the opportunity to explore these areas and bring the new information to their classroom.

4 Agenda  Web 2.0 Definitions  Web 2.0 Examples and Transitions  Activity 1  Web 2.0 Implications for Higher Education  Activity 2  Discussion

5 What is Web 2.0  A category of new Internet tools and technologies created around the idea that the people who consume media, access the Internet, and use the Web shouldn't passively absorb what's available; rather, they should be active contributors, helping customize media and technology for their own purposes, as well as those of their communities (O’Reilly, 2004).

6 Web 2.0 Tools BlogsWikis Google Docs DeliciousTwitter

7 Blogs  A shortened form of weblog  A website where items are posted regularly  Made up of text, hypertext, images and links  Utilizes conversational style of documentation  Blogs Video Blogs Video

8 Wikis  A webpage with an edit button  Easy to use  Perfect for collaborative learning  Promotes communication between students and teachers  Allows for creativity and innovation  Wikis Video Wikis Video

9 Google Docs  Easy-to-use online word processor, spreadsheet, and presentation editor  Enables teachers and students to collaborate and share docs online in real time.  No software necessary to download  Google Docs Video Google Docs Video

10 Delicious  Social Bookmarking web service for storing, sharing and discovering web bookmarks  Bookmark tagging  Bookmark access from anywhere you have an Internet connection  Teacher s can post websites that are relevant to their lectures  Student and teacher collaboration  Delicious Video Delicious Video

11 Twitter  Social networking and micro-blogging to send and read messages know as tweets  Group discussion collaboration  Hashtags to organize comments, questions, and feedback for students to post  Alert capability through mobile phone  Twitter Video Twitter Video

12 Conclusion  Social software is helping teachers and students connect like never before, opening up organizations to a new world of expertise, knowledge and productivity.

13 Links  Blogs:  Wikis:  Google Docs: s/tour1.htmlhttp://www.google.com/google-d- s/tour1.html  Delicious:  Twitter: 58/ 58/ 


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