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Transcript of Instructional Technology
to social networks
Web 2.0 Tools
Examples, uses and talking points for the following:
Your teacher's chalkboard has changed.
Web 2.0 Tools are defined as
a revolutionary new way of creating, collaborating, editing and sharing user-generated content online. It's also about ease of use. There's no need to download, and teachers and students can master many of these tools in minutes.
Ease of use
Teacher/student collaboration, entirely over the internet
Nothing to download
unique social network based on the creation and sharing of Glogs - interactive posters loaded with text, graphics, music, videos, and more. Glogster’s goal was to provide an outlet for unlimited creative expression online.
*to remember, think: glogSTER = poSTER
* to remember, think: "your + audio"
Delicious is the place to collect and showcase your passions from across the web. Save what you like - videos, pictures, tweets, blog posts, or articles - on topics you enjoy and compile them into one themed stack for easy sharing.
* to remember, think of a buffet. Buffets are delicious. They are also a compilation of a lot of different foods. Think of delicious as a compilation of things a particular person likes.
Allows teachers to use virtual classrooms where students can create with voices that participate in educational games and exercises. Teachers log grades and participation. Students find it more interactive and enjoyable and it is supposed to spark an interest in learning.
Not those kind!
*to remember, think and
to remember, think: Pixels and Pixar- Cartoons using graphics and animation
*to remember, think: Duh. A story of photos
Using Photostory, you can create slideshows using your digital photos. With a single click, you can touch-up, crop, or rotate pictures, remove red-eye, add stunning special effects, soundtracks, and your own voice narration to your photo stories. Then, you can personalize them with titles and captions.
Animoto, a website that lets you easily create photo and video slideshows matched to music, is debuting a brand new, smarter, easier video creation flow that makes using service even simpler.
*to remember, think: animation + motion = Animoto!
What on earth is a wiki?!
Wiki’s – website designed with the intent of allowing all users the ability to edit or make changes. This is particularly handy for teachers that have lesson plans online or want their students to be interactive with the content. A wiki invites all users to edit any page or to create new pages within the wiki website, using only a “plain-vanilla” web browser without any extra add-ons.
*to remember, think: Portable, On Demand.
What are they, why are they important, and who cares?