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Web 2.0 tools
Transcript of Web 2.0 tools
Introduction of Web 2.0 Tools
These tools allow you to share your presentation anytime, anywhere, with anyone. Some Examples of these tools are:
Video tools are a great way to make projects and
presentations more interactive.This list has been expanded to include other multimedia Web 2.0 tools that include the use of photos and music. Some examples of these are :
Students are always on their phones even during
class time. Here are some Web 2.0 tools that can be used to make their time on their phones more productive:
Community building and collaboration are at the core of these Web 2.0 tools. These allow students to communicate, collaborate and share work. Some examples of this are:
Web 2.0 Tools help engage learning by making
lessons more fun, interactive and accessible for students by using a variety of technologies. It allows students to express their knowledge in a more creative manner and build a strong online learning community.
Discovery education Describes Web 2.0 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. The categories of Web 2.0 tools are:
These tools are about creating and sharing and potentially span several categories. The goal of these tools is to spark creativity and ecourage collaboration:
Allows students to create interactive presentations. These presentations can be shared and students can work on presentations together in real time without even being in the same room. These Prezis can also be presented to others in remote locations and downloaded and e-mailed to others
Brainshark allows you to create a presentation and add audio so that others can log in and view the project. The program also provides information about who viewed your presentation, when and where they viewed it. Though its original purpose is for companies, Brianshark has great applications for the classroom.
Konvio is very similar to Brainshark, it allows users to incorporate forms, surveys, quizzes and video clips. This tool also provides both
on-demand and live experiences.
Is an interactive slide show maker that allows you to incorporate video and sound as well as social media such as Facebook and Twitter. It allows students and teachers to express their knowledge and skills by letting them use the information that they have discovered online (such as live blog feeds, tweets, interactive maps, online quizzes etc.) and add it to the project that they have created themselves. This tool was also a winner at SXSWi for 2012 Best
PhotoSnack is an online photo slideshow maker that allows you to create professional flash photo slideshows and share them on the web.
TED is a nonprofit organization that is devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading. Its website allows users to hear speakers present on a wide variety of topics ranging from technology, design and entertainment. This is a great tool to help students gain more information on different topics directly from the experts. Its new addition, TED-ed, allows educators to create lessons around youtube.
Is a tool to create video stories using music and pictures. Users can also upload their own pictures and music. The site also provides music options and can connect to your Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and Pintrest.
Capzles is an interactive timeline maker. Teachers and students can add photos, Post, audio, and text to their timeline. Themes, colors, backgrounds, and background music can be added to the timeline making it unique and personalized. Capzles also provides options when sharing a Capzle. It can be private with a specific list of who can view the Capzle or made public for the world to see. Capzles is also in the process of making a version just for educators.
Jing allows you to create and upload videos of yourself and/ or what you are doing on a computer. It makes it easy for educators to create tutorials. You can show students how to do things on the computer by creating a video tutorial for them to watch.
Allows users to record sound from a cellular device and attach a picture to the audio. It also has the capability to work as a podcast and works with other social networks. This is a great storytelling tool for both students and professors.
PodSnack allows users to create custom flash audio players for their website. Users just add their audio, customize the player to their tastes and publish it. Then users can share their flash mp3 players, embed them or download them as SWF files for HTML websites and flash components for full-flash websites. PodSnack will host audio files, enabling users to add audio play lists to their own website or social media page. Educators can use this tool to share lectures with students.
TubeSnack works in the same way as Podsnack, only with a Flash video player that enables you to create video playlists and publish them on your website / blog ect.
Bubbl.us allows users to create mind maps and brainstorming diagrams online. The main topic and concept are entered into the parent bubble. Then ideas and thoughts are recorded in colorful text bubbles which are linked to the parent bubble. Users continue to add text bubbles which are color coded according to hierarchy. It is a great way for students to work together on projects from remote locations.
Creates a social network using cell phones. Cell phone numbers are combined into groups called cells, and students can join in large cells. Phone numbers are kept private and are never shared between users, so there are no privacy issues. Also TA’s can ‘’approve’’ messages before they are sent out to the whole group.
Instagram is a quick way for users to share photos that they have taken. Users can then add artistic filters to these photos and post them to their social networking site. Teachers and students can use Instagram to share photos related to various topics discussed in class.
Cel.ly has a variety of applications
Allows users to create an animated character and give it a voice. TAs and students can create a voki and use it to post announcements, ask questions and offer feedback, for example in the case study projects, students can offer feedback using their Voki.
Allows instructors to create interactive games, quizzes, activities and diagrams to help students learn. Instructors can post these games on their blogs or website.
It is a database of pages which visitors can edit live. The building blocks of wikis are the comments from visitors. You can generally edit a page in real time, search the wiki's content, and view updates since your last visit.
In a "moderated wiki," wiki owners review comments before addition to the main body of a topic.
Padlet works in a way similar to a facebook wall only with a bit more sophistication. Users can make notice boards, lists, brainstorm, watch and share videos, collect feedback etc.
Formerly known as Wallwisher.
Blogger is a free tool from google that helps
users create their own blog. This tool is a great way for instructors to encourage students to talk more in depth about topics that interest them and then share them with others.
Blabberize allows users to speak through pictures. This is a fun and creative way for students and instructors to convey information
Facebook is a social networking site that allows users to connect with friends, family and colleagues. Users can post thoughts, photos and videos on their wall and share them with their friends or other Facebook users. Users can also create groups to share information with others on Facebook or create pages to share information about an interest, business or other topic. There is a news feed feature that allows users to see posts and updates from their friends, groups and pages. Many students have Facebook and by creating a group for a specific class, instructors can share information and upload files to share with their students.
Is a social network that promotes creativity through the creation and sharing of interactive posters. The posters are made up of text, graphics, music and videos. It is a fun and creative way for students and professors to share information.
Quizlet is an interactive study site that allows you to create quizzes using one of the 6 learning modes: Flashcards, Learn Mode, Scatter, Speller , Test and Space Race. It also makes your quizzes available to others wanting to prepare for an exam on the same topic.
Allows users to create cartoons for learning as well as customize online educational games. There is a cost associated with this program, the lowest being 10 cents per user per month. it was originally created for school age children.
It allows users to create fake newspaper clips and other different kinds of funny text. This tool is a creative way for students to present various information or tell a story.
Pixlr allows users to edit various photos. It also comes in a mobile app. It is a great tool to allow students and instructors to enhance photos to better tell a story or present a topic.
Is a content sharing service that allows members to "pin" images, videos and other objects to their pinboard. Pintrest also connects to other social networking sites. It is a great place for students to find and share ideas, images and photographs for use in coursework.
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*All the websites for each tool were consulted for this presentation