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Web 2.0. Debi McGuire. What is Web 2.0?. What is Web 2.0?. Huge paradigm shift in the Internet Social implications that impact education Tools are powerful, useful, and collaborative Students already using them anyway. Web as a Platform.

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web 2 0

Web 2.0

Debi McGuire

what is web 2 01
What is Web 2.0?
  • Huge paradigm shift in the Internet
  • Social implications that impact education
  • Tools are powerful, useful, and collaborative
  • Students already using them anyway
web as a platform
Web as a Platform
  • The Web 2.0 lesson: leverage customer-self service and algorithmic data management to reach out to the entire web, to the edges and not just the center, to the long tail and not just the head.
open source perpetual beta
Open Source – Perpetual Beta
  • Proprietary control via software APIs
  • Web built on Linux, Apache, MySQL, and Perl, PHP, or Python
  • Everything is always in a state of development
  • Users improve software
collective intelligence
Collective Intelligence
  • The web grows organically due to the collective activity of all web users
  • The infrastructure of the web relies on the peer-production methods of open source
    • collective, net-enabled intelligence
viral marketing
Viral Marketing
  • If a site or product has to advertise then they most likely are NOT part of Web 2.0
  • Social bookmarking
    • Users find something, link to it so others can locate and use it
  • Really simple syndication
  • Allows person to get “live” updates on favorite blogs-podcasts-news-etc.
  • Takes advantage of collective intelligence to filter and rank information
  • Can be used as personal reflective journals, portfolios, training, education
  • Updated immediately, global voice, connected to blogosphere
  • Collective intelligence
wiki s
  • Collaborative, collective intelligence
  • Open – anyone can add to it
  • Global community publishing
  • Wikipedia most famous wiki
  • Quick and easy to update (unlike books)
  • Audio and video podcasts
  • Anywhere, anytime accessibility
  • Uses medium that students love and actually will use
  • Podcastforteachers.org
  • The Education Podcast Network
social bookmarking
Social Bookmarking
  • Great example of collective intelligence, learning communities, and collaboration
  • Del.icio.us, Furl, blinklist
  • Wikipedia definition
    • Tagging, sharing, connecting
instant messaging
Instant Messaging
  • Instant, email too slow, free, global, your identity, flexible, and connected
  • Cell phones, pda’s, laptops, desktops
  • Via service (Yahoo, etc.) or applications (games)
social software
Social Software
  • Flickr – share photos with world
  • 43 Things – what do you want to do
  • 10 X 10 – interactive exploration
  • Connect via books – people who like the same books as you do
  • My Space – growing like crazy
who owns the data
Who Owns the Data
  • Creative commons
  • Open source
  • User created, augmented, and driven
  • Competitive advantage for companies?
what can we get out of it
What Can We Get Out Of It?
  • Peer to peer learning
  • Increased student responsibility
  • Personalized learning
  • Informal learning