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Jen Kraucis

YouTube - Web 2.0 - 1 views

shared by Jen Kraucis on 08 Mar 09 - Cached
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    Definition video of Web 2.0
Jen Kraucis

web 2.0 - Google Video - 0 views

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    Video describing how the web is used as a machine
Staci Rubenzer

The Future of Education - Charting the Course of Education and Learning in a Networked ... - 0 views

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    social network community of teachers sharing resources and information
Annette Marchand

E-language » podcasting - 0 views

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    Links to information about elearning resources, digital storytelling, podcasting, virtual worlds and much more
Annette Marchand

Futurelab Resources - Podcasts - 0 views

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    A podcast seminar that introduces "Futurelab's Innovations Handbook". Looking at future technological developments of 2025 and beyond...the long-term future of teaching and learning.
Annette Marchand

Futurelab - Resources - Multimedia - Free online learning tools - 0 views

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    5 links to free online learning tools such as Create-A-Scape, Enquiring Minds, Exploratree, and Million Futures which can be used to digitally enhance learning experiences.
Jill Zielinski

Website Builders - Web 2.0 in Education (UK) - 0 views

  • I use Moonfruit to host my own Department Website and pay arounf £40 per year to keep it advert free.
    • Jill Zielinski
       
      Not all of the tools described are free!
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    Web 2.0 tools, categorized by type of tool
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    Not all the tools described are free
Jill Zielinski

Free Web 2.0 Books - 0 views

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    Web 2.0 Projects book
    60 usable projects categorized by age group
Jill Zielinski

Education for the 21st Century: Balancing Content Knowledge with Skills | Britannica Blog - 0 views

  • But these 21st-century skills require deep understanding of subject matter, a fact that these reports acknowledge, albeit briefly.
    • Jill Zielinski
       
      21st Century Skills can not be taught in isolation, there needs to be rich content involved in the development of critical thinking and analyzing information. The use of Web 2.0 tools to complete the integration is how all the pieces of the puzzle fit together.
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    Integrating Web. 2.0 tools helps to incorporate 21st Century Skills
John Lyle

49 Amazing Social Media, Web 2.0 And Internet Stats - 2 views

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    These numbers are mind-boggling. They will come in hhandy explaining to others how big and small the world becomes when interconnected through the web.
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    Statistics on web 2.0, social media, research and the internet
John Lyle

World Without Walls: Learning Well with Others | Edutopia - 1 views

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    Collaboration takes on a whole new meaning these days with the global world and how it is linked together. This is just another article that fires me up, making me want to learn all I can so I can contribute.
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    Another great example of how the world is learning together.
Gwen Nachman

O'Reilly Network: What Is Web 2.0 - 0 views

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    Evolution of Web 2.0. Clarification of what is and is not. Principle features of Web 2.0 companies. Helps define user experiences.
Shavonne Bauer

Blogger: Create your free blog - 3 views

  • Your blog. Share your thoughts, photos, and more with your friends and the world.
    • Anna Lardinois
       
      If you are looking for a fast, free way to get on the World Wide Web, look no further than Blogger. This is an easy tool and can be used in any classroom where publication beyond the classroom is desired.
  • Unlimited flexibility to personalize your blog with themes, gadgets, and more.
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    This is another link that I personally need, but many of you don't. I have this also tagged with "go_back_to" so that I can use the help on the site to create my very first blog.
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    create a blog space with help...just what I need!
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    This is wonderful! I read the "Create the Blog". It looks user friendly. I want to try it this weekend when I have some uninterrupted time to learn how to Blog.
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    I am using blogger with my 8th graders. I'm subscribed to their blogs through RSS on my Google Reader account so when they update their work, I can easily see it - and track how often and to what extent they are making progress on assignments. Way better than grading papers! I'm working up to using Diigo as a way to post private comments to students about their work posted on their blogs - another cool option.
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    This site allows you to set up your own blog. This can be used for personal or profressional purposes. When I took a trip to Europe this summer, I used it to share the places we visited and the things we did. Wonderful tool.
Kaye Ortman Peters

Web 2.0 for the Classroom Teacher - 2 views

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    Good site for resources on Web 2.0 -
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    Called 'an Internet Hotlist on Web 2.0' it has links to a variety of Web 2.0 tools for teachers.
Shelley Lee

How to Be a Good Online Learner - The Most Frequently Used Emoticons - 0 views

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    This is an ewxcellent article about emoticons.
Vicki Shapiro

Digital Web Magazine - Web 2.0 for Designers - 1 views

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    There are 6 main themes covering design in the Web 2.0 world. It affects the people who use it socially, culturally, and even politically.
Stacey Whalen

99 Resources for Web 2.0 Design | Vandelay Design Blog - 1 views

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    Nice collection of web 2.0 links / resources. And if these 99 resources weren't enough the responses still add more..........
Margot Laird

Online tools and applications - Go2web20 - 5 views

  • Web 2.0 Tools and Applications

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    A web 2.0 directory
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    This is great!
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    Good examples to use for more information on web 2.0
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    This is a great list of Web 2.0 tools
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    People have spoken about Web 2.0 applications, but this site lists them so I can explore and perhaps apply to new assignment as Tech teacher.
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    Different Web 2.0 tools and resources
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    This site is a general site used to compile and provide brief descriptions of Web 2.0 tools. I have used this site for some of my technology-based courses. I have found a Web 2.0 tool I found interesting or useful and shared it with my class as an introduction to the class period. I have also had students research Web 2.0 tools and share their favorites with the class via iGoogle.
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    This is a Web 2.0 directory to help you find applications. It is updated with new apps and you can search to find what you are looking for.
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    Site describes web 2.0 tools and compares them in an easy to access format
John Popke

Audacity: Free Audio Editor and Recorder - 3 views

  • Audacity® is free, open source software for recording and editing sounds. It is available for Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows, GNU/Linux, and other operating systems. Learn more about Audacity... Also check our Wiki and Forum for more information.
    • Brenda Karls
       
      This is something I'd like to look into for usage in a Spanish language classroom
  • Changes and Improvements:
    • A hover tooltip is now provided if the Mixer Toolbar input selector cannot control the system slider for the selected input
    • More intuitive behavior when moving and resizing labels by dragging
    • Export Multiple: new option to use a numerical prefix before existing label or track names
    • New Equalization preset "Inverse RIAA", with new button to invert other curves
    • New Preferences choice for "System" language which is used on first run instead of asking user to choose language
  • Audacity® is free, open source, cross-platform software for recording and editing sounds.
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    Free recording web tool
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    This site has a free download where you can record audio and podcast your lectures.
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    Open source software for recording and editing oral activities in the online delivery of FL instruction. Students download it and can record oral activities and saved them. They can also upload it to a CMS to share with peers and instructor.

    It is important to remember to save in a format that will be recognizable.

    Students can create a single project by adding and editing different individual files in a single one.
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    Audacity® is free, open source software for recording and editing sounds. It is available for Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows, GNU/Linux, and other operating systems. (Taken from http://audacity.sourceforge.net)
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    Open source software for recording and editing oral activities in the online delivery of FL instruction. Students download it and can record oral activities and saved them. They can also upload it to a CMS to share with peers and instructor.

    It is important to remember to save in a format that will be recognizable.

    Students can create a single project by adding and editing different individual files in a single one.
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    Audacity is an awesome (and free) tool for basic recording, editing, and playback. I use it to record my choral rehearsals, record individual singers during private lessons, and create practice tracks that can be posted online so students can learn and/or reinforce their part in a piece of music we are rehearsing in class. The interface is relatively simple and the options for the music classroom (or even the general education classroom) are numerous! 
Marty Rognlien

Wikis for Everyone - Wikispaces - 2 views

  • All you need is a place for yourself, your classroom, your project. Create an account on wikispaces.com and get the wiki that's right for you.
  • ll you need is a place for yourself, your classroom, your project. Create an acc
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    Wikispaces offers free easy to use wiki websites for educators. I use a wiki at Wikispaces to keep my on-line professional portfolio.
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    Free Wiki classroom.
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    Free Wiki space for educators.
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    I feel that wikispaces offers more options for free than other online blog/wiki applications. I am able to host more pages and users than in PBWorks. Permissions can be set independently by page. These options are important to me since I am trying to build more collaboration of students across grade levels. I could delete student pages when they leave me to go to the high school, but isn't it way cooler that their info and account lives on so they can still participate? With the easy management tools, I can easily make sure everyone's contributions are on the "up and up". ;)
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    Want to encourage online collaboration? Look no further than Wikispaces. This is just one of the line wikis which allow the public or only members to collaborate together. I have used this for graduate classes and it really makes it easy to share information. Don't want the ads? Apply for an ad free educational site.
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    A free host site for wikis. Can be used as a Geometry proof tool.
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    If you haven't already heard, this is a free place for students to share links, photos, documents, videos, podcasts, etc. It is also a place to have student discussions online.
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    Great site for students to create online Wikis. A colleague has used it to have students create review materials for AP exams.
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    A colleague has used this site to have students create review materials for AP exams and I am going to try it this year with my AP Psychology class. I have had students use Wikis on my class Moodle page and they seem to like the collaborative aspect of it because they don't feel overwhelmed by the workload.
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    Great site for student collaboration for rojects and such
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    Here is a free wiki service that I could use with my students! 
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    A great tool for student webpage and project collaboration
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