Powerful Mobile Devices and Servers Hi-speed Pervasive Wireless Internet Appealing Web- delivered Applications and Services Anywhere Anytime Computing
Appealing Web- delivered Applications and Services
A participatory online environment in which anyone and everyone can contribute, share, and collaborate. Tools are provided that allow users to add value by contributing, information, media, and even software. Web as a computing platform, where applications, data, and communications are stored on servers and accessed through browsers.
? Web casting Wikis Online Social Nets Micro-blogging Social Bookmarking Consumer Reviews Media Sharing Rich Internet Apps Mashups Virtual Social Nets
http://www.blogger.com Blogs: Online journals, called Web logs (blogs), gave voice to Web users.
RSS (Real Simple Syndication) – a Web broadcasting technology that allow users to subscribe to online content such as blogs, news, and podcasts. http://www.google.com/reader http://www.news.com/ Aggregator: Software used to subscribe to RSS feeds.
Podcasts, Vcasts: audio and video over RSS typically delivered on a schedule. iTunes is an ideal aggregator http://www.feedburner.com/fb/a/help /podcast_quickstart http://www.voices.com/podcasting.html
http://coursecasts.course.com Podcasts, Vcasts: audio and video over RSS typically delivered on a schedule. iTunes is an ideal aggregator
Online collaborative encyclopedia – general purpose or topic-specific. http://en.wikipedia.org http://www.wikia.com http://scratchpad.wikia.com http://www.scienceofspectroscopy.info/edit/index.php?title=Usi ng_wiki_in_education Adopted in some businesses as a knowledge management system.
Online communities for sharing information about yourself, meeting new people with similar interests, communicating with friends, and creating special interest groups. Provide development tools that allow users to expand functionality. http://www.facebook.com http://developers.facebook.com http://www.linkedin.com
Post short messages answering the question: What are you doing now? Max 140 characters. Users “following you” will see your posts on Web or cell phone. http://www.twitter.com
Powerful server-stored Web page bookmarking tools that can be shared with your network of friends. Provides information to the public on what’s hot on the Web. http://del.icio.us http://www.adaptiveblue.com http://www.digg.com
Allow Web users to publicly rant or rave about products and services. Implemented through dedicated sites and as a service from some e-tailers. http://www.amazon.com/ http://www.epinions.com/
Sharing, viewing, and commenting on digital media (video, music, photos) online. http://www.youtube.com http://www.flickr.com
Productivity, media, and personal information software, even operating systems, that run in the Web browser, and store data on the Web server. http://www.google.com http://www.zoho.com http://www.eyeos.com
A Web application that combines data from multiple sources into one. http://code.google.com/gme/tour/tour1.html http://gmapsmania.googlepages.com/100thingstodowithg ooglemapsmashups http://pipes.yahoo.com
Manipulate avatars in virtual reality environments, meet people, join groups, participate in the virtual/real economy.
Web 2.0 technologies are a technology magnet for students. They provide technology teachers with: –Powerful collaboration tools –New ways to teach and reach students –New concepts and skills to teach –Insight into the lifestyle of students
Internet Communication and Collaboration Blogs Wiki’s Facebook Twitter del.icio.us Second Life Personal Information Management Google Calendar Gmail ToDaLists.com Productivity Software Google Apps Zoho Apps EyeOS Media Production Podcasts, Vlogs YouTube Flickr Second Life Programming Google MashUps Yahoo Tubes Facebook and MySpace Development Platforms LESSONS IN….
Pushing Web 2.0 services out to cell phones and ultra mobile devices (UMD’s) via text messaging, specially-designed apps, and mobile Web. Gamin Nuviphone Sony Ericsson Xperia Apple iPhone
The Semantic Web The Web as a universal medium for data, information, and knowledge exchange. Where information is easily located by people and machines.
Full-featured rich Internet applications delivered online – total cloud computing, the end of desktop applications as we know them.
Web 2.0 and today’s wireless technologies present a tipping point to fully online learning. As technology teachers we should adapt quickly to these new technologies or face the possibility of becoming outdated and irrelevant.
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