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Web 2.0 & Pedagogy. The Digital Native “ Those who grow up immersed in digital technologies, for whom a life fully integrated with digital devices is the norm.” John Palfrey and Urs Gasser. What is Web 2.0?.

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The Digital Native“Those who grow up immersed in digital technologies, for whom a life fully integrated with digital devices is the norm.” John Palfrey and Urs Gasser
what is web 2 0
What is Web 2.0?
  • Web 2.0 is a term often applied to a perceived ongoing transition of the World Wide Web from a collection of websites to a full-fledged computing platform serving web applications to end users. Ultimately Web 2.0 services are expected to replace desktop computing applications for many purposes.

Wikipedia entry

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Web 1.0 was computer based

Web 2.0 uses the web as a platform

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Web 1.0 was solitary

Web 2.0 encourages sharing

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Web 1.0 was data in one place

Web 2.0 is the portability of data

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Web 1.0 was about consuming (data)

Web 2.0 is about creating data

Weblogs

Photograph sharing

Wikis

Collaborative resources

Social networking

Bookmarking

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Web 1.0 was home pages

Web 2.0 is weblogs

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Web 1.0 was getting it perfect

Web 2.0 is doing it and moving on

yes but
Yes… but?
  • “It’s vacuous marketing hype”
  • “Web 2.0 is totally silly”
  • “Meaningless”
  • “is made entirely of pretentious self-serving morons.”
  • “a lot of thin but very hot air blown at you by those who are convinced that having nothing to say is by no means a good reason to shut up.”
ok so how can i use it
OK… so how can I use it?
  • Weblogs
    • Google Docs
    • Create a library weblog
    • Additional or new library resources
    • Introduce members of staff
    • Use it as a repository of data and information by using categories and tags
    • Don’t regard a weblog as a diary – it’s an important website in its own right…
collaborate globally
Collaborate Globally
  • "Collaborative projects really make for an excellent education experience not only because students bounce ideas off each other and improve each other's writing skills, but also because the process itself teaches them how to work well with others - a valuable skill for everyone." - Richard Ellwood, Technology Coordinator and Digital Arts Teacher, Columbia Secondary School
  • Google Docs, the word processing application, doesn't just give access to the same document, it actually allows students to work on the same document at the same time from anywhere in the world.
collaborate
Collaborate
  • On documents – Google docs
  • On spreadsheets - NumSum
  • With calendars - Jotlet
  • With training - WizIQ
  • With projects – MyWebDesktop
  • With To Do lists – TaDaList
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Gmail: 7.3 GBs ( and counting) of email storage and search tools that help your school find information fast and instant messaging from right inside your inbox.
  • Google Calendar:Educators and students can organize their schedules and share events and calendars with others.
  • Google Talk: Educators and students can call or send instant messages to their contacts for free anytime, anywhere in the world.
  • Google Docs: Share documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. Collaborate in real-time with your team or with your whole school. You can publish final documents to the entire world, too.
  • Google Sites: Work together to keep related documents, web content and other information in one place, on one site.
  • Google Video for education: A video hosting and sharing solution that enables schools and other organizations to use video as an effective medium for internal communication and collaboration. 10 GB included free for every school domain.

etc…

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Hope CE Primary School

Athelstaneford Primary School

Chase Terrace Primary School

weblogs continued
Weblogs continued…
  • Use the weblog RSS feed on the site home page as a news feed
  • Encourage people to add the feed to their start page or RSS reader
  • Create a different weblog for a different subject area – invite other authors
  • Use it in a different way, on a different page
what do they include
What do they include?

Other software

  • Daily pictures of the school
  • Visitor locations
  • Event calendars
  • Flickr widget
  • Links to other school websites
  • Archives
  • Scanned drawings
  • Poems
  • Delicious links

Edublogs

Class Blogmeister

podcasts
Podcasting

Resources

Podcasts
  • GCast
  • Gabcast
  • Podomatic
  • Provide access to audio content
  • Guides/tours around a library
  • School radio stations
  • Book readings
  • Library news
  • Recording interesting people
podcasts 2
Podcasts 2
  • Content that can’t easily be made available in other formats
  • Content that is accessible on the move
  • Not time or place dependent.
schools using podcasts
Schools using Podcasts
  • Lancashire Grid for Learning
  • Guildford College
  • Tovashal Elementary Primary School
  • Radio Willow Web
  • Podcasts for schools and educators
  • Redbridge Podcast network
bookmarking
Bookmarking

Social

Bookmarking

  • Limited to a specific machine
  • Not informative
  • Difficult to find what you want
  • Inflexible
  • Cannot easily share bookmarks
  • Del.icio.us
  • Diigo
  • digg
  • Share your bookmarks
    • Between computers
    • Between colleagues
    • Between users
  • Create bookmark sets
    • To supplement projects
    • To assist users
  • Annotate (or tag) bookmarks
great for searching
Great for searching!
  • http://del.icio.us/tag/

Get an RSS feed automatically

  • http://del.icio.us/rss/tag/[insert your tag here]
who is using it
Who is using it?
  • Dept. Children, Schools, Families
creating communities
Creating communities
  • Zimbio
  • Flickr
  • Grou.ps
  • Plum
  • Squidoo
  • Pageflakes
  • Facebook
facebook
Facebook

Question:

One of my principals is toying with the idea of using social networking tools to improve student attendance. What are you thoughts on this? More specifically, how would you use social networking tools to improve student attendance?

Answers from my Tweeps...

cyndyw2cyndy woods-wilson - draw 3-5 names daily to post on the page, must be present to win. Keep FB page as read only, but kids must join to read

cyndyw2cyndy woods-wilson - A school homepage where the kids follow, get extra credit for reading @ home +

answering question from it next day in class.

bigjakelittle Jake Little - I like idea of FB as an extension of class, but how will that incrs. attendc? Need more engaging classes, support @ home.

BrightTeacher Amy Bright

Maybe use a team of students (social media team) in charge of FB page. Rotate kids into the team.

MZimmer557 Michael Zimmer

maybe create a page dedicated to school attendance and share contest information or other programs?

jsquared2110 Jason Johnson

scavenger hunt at school before first period...send clues via fb...clues could lead to very minimal but positive

ICTmagic Martin Burrett

Run a breakfast FB club? 'Food and Facebook' & 'Toast and Twitter'?

web20guru Cheryl Capozzoli

Have students submit ideas for schooling and attendance issues via fb get the disc started include them in the solutions

wikis1
Wikis
  • LIS wiki
  • Library success wiki
  • Wikipedia
  • Peanut butter wiki
  • Wikispaces for teachers
wiziq
WizIQ
  • WizIQ
combine everything
Combine everything!
  • With RSS and other Web 2.0 resources anything can work with anything else
  • Content can be changed and manipulated into different formats that you control
  • Users can get involved
  • Geography doesn’t matter
  • Speed is easy
  • It’s not technical!
so why not
So why not…
  • Create search engines for subject groups
  • Get users involved with a Zimbio group on an aspect of ?
  • Create a Squidoo lens for a subject?
  • Start a library weblog?
  • Create a flickr group
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Or…
  • A podcast or a radio station, both involving music students
  • A Pageflakes page that you can share with colleagues
  • Create del.icio.us or FURL accounts and share them
  • Start a wiki for all the librarians in the area
or even
Or even
  • Use instant messaging to provide information in a different way
  • Create a book reading club using LibraryThing, Amazon and a weblog
  • Have a library tour on YouTube
or even1
Or even
  • Create trading cards from Flickr photographs
  • Create fun/interesting new posters
  • Set up a Facebook, Bebo, MySpace account for the library
  • Share presentations with Slideshare.net
because web 2 is changing
Because Web 2 is changing:
  • The way we use the web
  • The way we use information
  • The way we find information
  • The way we do our jobs
  • The way we interact with people
  • The way that we look at everything
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