Monday, September 24, 2007

Web 2.0

Just read Web 2.0 A New Wave of Innovation for Teaching and Learning? By Bryan Alexander. To start off with I liked how the article explained what web 2.0 is or is not. Including items like social bookmarking, wiki pages, collaborative writing, blogging, blog and RSS search services--where users can create micro content about micro content.

A few places I plan on checking out when I have time: (would not open at school) (blocked at my school)

I liked how in the article it talked about several of the ways web 2.0 could be valuable to higher education. For me, this is key, if I am to spend time learning about a new technology I need to know how to implement it in my classroom or if it is worth implementing in my classroom.

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