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Dipping a Toe into Web2.0

A presentation of various web2.0 tools and how I use them in my teaching and in my personal learning.
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Kate Reid

on 13 May 2010

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Transcript of Dipping a Toe into Web2.0

Dipping a Toe in Web 2.0
Year 5 Aussie Icons project
Year 6 Blogging
Year 8 Book Trailers
Creative Commons; copyright; search techniques; referencing; wiki delivery
Genre Wordles
www.voicethread.com
http://www.antipodr.com/
CC
Search for CC licensed works
Zoho Sheet
Social Networking
http://bitstrips.com/
Working with images online
Creative Commons Resources
Visual Technology
Website Creation
Random Tools
www.visualthesaurus.com
www.toondoo.com
Wikis
Fun drawing tools
Blogs
Digital tools in an education framework
Mind-mapping style tools
Thank You!
Online survey tools
http://bubbl.us
http://mywebspiration.com
http://www.flickr.com
search flickr
http://www.flickrcc.bluemountains.net
http://www.picnik.com
http://bighugelabs.com
Choose a tool
Transformation
http://www.creativecommons.org
http://del.icio.us
Virtual bookclub
http://www.twitter.com
My Yoono sidebar
http://www.weebly.com
http://www.wordle.net
The Googlenaut
Created by Kate Reid
This work is licenced for re-use, as long as you cite the original and make any derivations available to others.
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