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Social Networking from Web 2.0 - 3.0 - Engaging Students

Presentation to educators at the May 2011 USDLA National Conference.
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Maureen Lloyd-James

on 9 June 2011

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Transcript of Social Networking from Web 2.0 - 3.0 - Engaging Students

Web 2.0 - 3.0 What can we expect? Change So much data to sift through From Web 1.0 - 2.0 This era was all about read-only content and static HTML websites Original Internet was text = static With Web 2.0 came more interaction engaging rich media research beyond textbooks user generated content not reliant on lectures Yahoo! Hotmail Teacher's Role GeoCities Disseminator of knowledge
Controller of classroom Power switches So much information Semantic Web by alexdecarvalho Now you can get your email from any computer! get ready for Web 3.0 Data Galore Accessing Filtering Web 3.0 filtering content for you more power to the user to the Social Networking one HUGE database find what we really want? HOW can we Future ... data mining bots TOO many results!! search engines personlization intelligent search Ontologies " a web where the context of content defined by data ..." "... a web capable of reading and understanding content and cotext.” Tim Berners-Lee This may well change the way we look at things, the way we teach! Social Networking - Web 2.0 - 3.0
Engaging Students Maureen Lloyd-James, Ph.D., Ed.S.
Johnson & Wales University http://faculty.jwu.edu/mlloydjames Technology 1-way medium
Used to show video clips or PowerPoint presentation
Passive student Audience from ANY computer!! anywhere on the Web People preferred navigating the web through link directories such as Yahoo! THEN came Web 2.0! “A platform that gives users the possibility (liberty) to control their data”
- Tim O’Reilly, 2005 User created content MANY different sites HOW can we organize it all? Artificial intelligence Browser acts like a personal assistant
Learns what you are interested in
Brings you back more focused results USER Students become producers of media Automatic Reasoning Cognitive architecture Compositive applications Distributed computing Knowledge representation Ontology Recombinant text Scalable vector graphics Semantic Web We have moved from: Photography Music Research Search feature returns multimedia report - instead of list Report comes from many sources Repositories Blogs Cell phone info Textbook chapters YouTube articles Speeches Virtual reality scenarios Websites Remember, 15 years ago the web was science fiction to most. Today it is taken for granted. Students will now be able to spend more time on synthesizing the information, creating new knowledge, and applying learning, using critical thinking skills New Technologies may change the way we teach Too much data collected? Photosynth Think of the possibilites of this technologyies teaching? Virtual worlds will become more common - augmented reality To harness the potential of open, socio-technological systems, 3.0 schools will need to rebuild themselves not on software, not on hardware, but on mindware. Mashups Gowalla Foursquare The potential of moving learning into a more sophisticated level of work may truly become a reality The faster educators become engaged in the discussion and begin experimenting with the technology, the more likely it is that instructional interest can influence the emerging technology Students as learners as well as teachers in a never-ending learning cycle of researching, learning, synthesizing, creating, and reviewing It will be well worth while to re-think what we refer to as curriculum, since the value that we place on particular ideas or knowledge isn’t half as important as how we interact with it. “the medium is the message”. Instead of focusing on curriculum, we will have to focus on the learning cycle. Partial References:
Agarwal, Amit. (2009, May 30). Web 3.0 concepts explained in plain english (presentations). Retrieved fromhttp://www.labnol.org/internet/web-3-concepts-explained/8908/
Dertouzous, Michael. (2011). The unfinished revolution: human-centered computers and what they can do for us. New York: Harper Collins.
Farber, Dan. (2007, February 14). From semantic web (3.0) to the webos (4.0). Retrieved from http://www.zdnet.com/blog/btl/from-semantic-web-30-to-the-webos-40/4499
Lucier, Todd. (2009, January 25). What is web 3.0 definition?. Retrieved from http://www.tourismkeys.ca/blog/2009/01/what-is-web-30-definition/
Miller, Paul. (2008, February 26). "sir tim berners-lee: semantic web is open for business," the semantic web [Web log message]. Retrieved from http://blogs.zdnet.com/semantic-web/?p=105
Moravec, John. (2009, April 4). The role of technology in education 3.0. Retrieved from http://www.educationfutures.com/2009/04/21/the-role-of-technology-in-education-30/
Ohler, J. (2008).The Semantic Web in Education Educause Quarterly, vol. 31, no. 4 (October-December, 2008) http://www.educause.edu/ Thank you!
If you would like to watch this Prezi again - email me at mlloydjames@jwu.edu and I'll send you the link! ~ Maureen Mobile Gaming "Did You Know? Prepare for the New, Global Economy in 2011" "Social Media Revolution 2010"
Its not just about having a Facebook fan page or twitter account, but about having a voice within these social media outlets and maintaining a sense of purpose. Its not enough to just do it anymore, but doing it strategically and with reason. Obviously, PRIVACY is / will be a huge issue! analyzes digital photographs and generates a three-dimensional model of the photos and a point cloud of a photographed object So, where are we going? Are we engaging our students yet?? How are we engaging our students??
Are we on the same page as them? "formal representation of knowledge- categories of things that exist or may exist in some domain" Presentation for USDLA
May 3, 2011
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