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2.5 Researching Credible Connects

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Web-Based Tools
What Are Web-Based Tools?
Based on: "CCCCCCC.CCC
(Ten Cs) for Evaluating Internet Resources" by Betsy Richmond, Nancy Everhart, and Nicole J. Auer

Researching Credible Connections
The term "Web-based tools" refers to advanced online technology tools that facilitate and support communication, collaboration, and sharing as opposed to previous versions of online tools that only supported passive viewing.
Advantages For Learning
When utilized correctly, Web 2.0 can be used to aid students in collaborating with their classmates on important projects. In many instances this allows for improved student learning outcomes.
Web 3.0?
Some individuals believe that Web 3.0 is already upon us yet others imagine what it will be like. Differing opinions exist as to what it will look like ranging from something that increase human interactions to the belief that it will be more of an information gathering tool. Despite these differences the one aspect that all theorists agree upon is that change is coming.
Joe Huber, DGL Instructor
"An Introduction and Guide to Enhancing Online Instruction with Web 2.0 Tools"
by Karyn W. Tunks, University of South Alabama
The most common tools include blogs, wikis, RSS feeds, video and photo sharing, and social media. These tools allow for student collaboration in their classroom community.
http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=ehh&AN=70423576&site=ehost-live
"Examining the Effectiveness of Web-Based Learning Tools in the Middle and Secondary School Science Classrooms"
by Robin Kay, University of Ontario Institute of Technology
http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=eric&AN=EJ985402&site=ehost-live
Kay defines Web-based tools as "Interactive tools that support learning of a specific concept by enhancing, amplifying, and guiding cognitive processes of learners."
" A Survey of Web 2.0 Technologies for Classroom Learning."
by Les Pang, University of Maryland at Baltimore
http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=ehh&AN=47479448&site=ehost-live
There are many advantages when using Web-based tools in the classroom. These include being able to work on group projects (research, essays, presentations), peer editing, and brainstorming.
"Web 2.0 Tools in the Reading Classroom: Teachers Exploring Literacy in the 21st Century"
by Savilla Banister, Bowling Green State University
http://www.sicet.org/journals/ijttl/issue0802/4_2_3_Banister.pdf
When Web 2.0 tools such as blogging and podcasting were utilized in a reading classrooms, instructors found that they aided with fluency, vocabulary development, and comprehension of text materials
Obstacles to Use
Despite the success that Web 2.0 users have had in the classroom, there has not been a widespread implementation of them. One of the reasons why they haven't been incorporated more is due to the fact that many schools are resistant to change, lack sufficient Internet safety protocols, and the lack of professional development in regards to use and implementation.
"The Teach Web 2.0 Consortium: A Tool to Promote Educational Social Networking and Web 2.0 Use Among Educators"
by Wendy Drexler, Anna Baralt, and Kara Dawson, University of Florida
http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=35713705&site=ehost-live
Despite the fact that Web 2.0 tools provide the opportunity to collaborate and interact many schools are slow to adapt and change because "schools are notoriously slow to adopt new technologies."
"Cloud Computing Still Faces Obstacles to Adoption"
by Howard M. Cohen, eWeek
http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=70456056&site=ehost-
Cloud computing, a Web-based service, is not advancing in the business world as expected due to a lack of understanding and education about the concept
Advantages in the Workplace
http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=36430330&site=ehost-live
"A Walk in the Cloud"
by Patrick Cunningham and Jesse Wilkins

Despite the fact that many organizations are using Web-based tools because it's the new "buzz word," they are finding more widespread use because they are more cost effective. Users tend to like these tools because they come with fewer rules and restrictions in regards to creativity.
http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=57264794&site=ehost-live
"Putting Hard Numbers to Soft Investments"
by Paula Ketter, T+D

In order for businesses to adopt Web 2.0 Tools they have to prove to be a worthy investment. In that vein many executives are beginning to recognize how critical the role of learning is to success. As such these same organizations are making the move to online platforms to better facilitate that need.
Many business owners are beginning to develop an awareness that learning plays a key role in the success of their organizations. Web-based tools satisfy that need because they allow users more freedom through creativity. As an added bonus Web-based tools rarely affect the bottom line as they tend to be cheaper and in some instances free to use
http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=745065&site=ehost-live
https://www.diigo.com/list/mrjhuber/researching-credible-connections
Sources shared at:
"Three Reasons the Web is Morphing Into Web 3.0"
by Ahava Leibtag, EContent

http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=83832979&site=ehost-live
The major areas of interest where change will most likely occur first will be video, social media, and mobile applications. Consumers will begin to expect "multithreaded and multiscreened overlays of interaction" to add depth the experience.
"The Future of Web 2.0 Websites (Possibly Web 3.0)"
by Jessica Keren, Killer Startups

http://www.killerstartups.com/startups-tools-and-guides/future-of-web-2-0-websites/
One of the most important aspects of Web 3.0 will be the ability to personalize the experience using multiple searches and incorporating mobile devices. It is believed that access to more free technologies and widespread free access to information will spur the change.
Fact 1:
10Cs Evaluation:
Content: Content would be classified as "Scholarly" and was published by a peer reviewed journal

Credibility: Authors were easily identifiable and reliable as study was conducted in their classroom
Critical Thinking: I know from past research experience that the "Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning & Learning Objects" is a reputable source.
Copyright: This article is copyrighted by the authors and the journal that it was published in.
Citation: Authors cited all sources and included at least 2 pages of reference material used
Continuity: This journal article is only available to subscribers through subscription to publication or online databases.
Censorship: This journal article is only available to subscribers through subscription to publication or online databases.
Connectivity: Users will have to have paid subscription to EBSCOhost to access
Comparability: This article was also published as part of a journal. They compared data and statistics over time to guarantee results.
Context: The context of my research was to find out what Web-Based Tools are. This study satisfied the need for that definition.
10Cs Evaluation:
Content: Content would be classified as "Scholarly" and was published by a peer reviewed journal

Credibility: Authors were easily identifiable and reliable as study was conducted in their classroom
Critical Thinking: I know from past research experience that the "Journal of Educators Online" is a reputable source.
Copyright: This article is copyrighted by the authors and the journal that it was published in.
Citation: Authors cited all sources and included at least 2 pages of reference material used
Continuity: This journal article is only available to subscribers through subscription to publication or online databases.
Censorship: This journal article is available freely on the Web but can also be found on subscription-based online databases.
Connectivity: Users will have to have paid subscription to EBSCOhost to access, however the Journal itself is "Open Access"
Comparability: This article was also published as part of a journal. They compared data and statistics over time to guarantee results.
Context: The context of my research was to find out what Web-Based Tools are. This study satisfied the need for that definition.
"Effective Web 2.0 Tools For Your Classroom"
by Nicole Wanago
Web 2.0 Tools are available freely for all grade levels. This article outlines a project put in place to provide educators with tools that were tested by grade level experts.
http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=84311486&site=ehost-live
10Cs Evaluation:
Content: The author of this article is identified and the content is based on scholarly research.
Credibility: The author is identified as the project director and offers her email address for training and consultation
Critical Thinking: I am aware of this organization from previous publications
Copyright: Article is copyrighted with strict rules as to how it can be shared
Citation: Author did not offer citations but mostly provided an outline for what tools were and where they were located online (Web Address)
Continuity: The author provided contact information so readers could reach out to her if they needed help with materials
Censorship: There are restrictions in place for use of article (cannot be used without permission)
Connectivity: Article is optimized for tablet use and sites recommended are categorized as to whether or not they have comparable tablet applications
Comparability: This publication was initially only made available to instructors within a specific school district
Context: This article satisfies the context parameters of and provides examples of Web 2.0 Tools
Fact 2:
10Cs Evaluation:
Content: The author of this article is identified and the content is based on scholarly research.
Credibility: Author is credible as he teaches courses that relate to research data presented
Critical Thinking: All traditional means of establishing credibility pertain
Copyright: Article is copyrighted by the "International Journal of Learning"
Citation: Author cites previous work in his research
Continuity: This article is only available through paid subscription to either publication or database
Censorship: Restriction is limited to paid subscriptions
Connectivity: Only subscribers have access
Comparability: Complete article is available
Context: This article satisfies the requirement because it is scholarly research
10Cs Evaluation:
Content: The author of this article is identified and the content is based on scholarly research.
Credibility: Author is an associate professor and instructor for course research is based on
Critical Thinking: All traditional means of establishing credibility pertain
Copyright: No copyright information is provided for article but is maintained on site
Citation: Author includes list of references used
Continuity: This article is from the most current issue which was published in 2012; no permalink provided
Censorship: Found freely online via Google Scholar
Connectivity: Article available freely online but site not updated within past year
Comparability: Site only offers electronic publication
Context: This article satisfies the requirement because it is scholarly research
"Empowering Students For Life"
by Carolyn Foote
http://search.ebscohost.com.oclc.fullsail.edu:81/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=48677627&site=ehost-live
Study shows that student empowerment increases when they are taught research skills using Web 2.0 Tools. Students have varying levels of proficiency where the Internet is concerned and teaching how to use tools helps to increase their critical thinking skills as well.
10Cs Evaluation:
Content: The author of this article is identified and the content is based on scholarly research.
Credibility: Author is an associate professor and instructor for course research is based on
Critical Thinking: All traditional means of establishing credibility pertain
Copyright: Copyright belongs to "MultiMedia and Internet @Schools"
Citation: Author does not include list of references used, but links to sites used
Continuity: This article is available on subscription databases
Censorship: Subscription required to access article on database
Connectivity: Article is permalinked
Comparability: This article was part of a similarly themed online journal
Context: This article satisfies the requirement because it is scholarly research
Content: Content would be classified as "Scholarly" and was published by a peer reviewed journal

Credibility: Authors were easily identifiable and reliable as study was conducted in their classroom
Critical Thinking: I know from past research experience that the "Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning & Learning Objects" is a reputable source.
Copyright: This article is copyrighted by the authors and the journal that it was published in.
Citation: Authors cited all sources and included at least 2 pages of reference material used
Continuity: This journal article is only available to subscribers through subscription to publication or online databases.
Censorship: This journal article is only available to subscribers through subscription to publication or online databases.
Connectivity: Users will have to have paid subscription to EBSCOhost to access
Comparability: This article was also published as part of a journal. They compared data and statistics over time to guarantee results.
Context: The context of my research was to find out what Web-Based Tools are. This study satisfied the need for that definition.
Content: Content would be classified as "Scholarly" and was published by a peer reviewed journal

Credibility: Authors were easily identifiable and reliable as study was conducted in their classroom
Critical Thinking: I know from past research experience that the "Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning & Learning Objects" is a reputable source.
Copyright: This article is copyrighted by the authors and the journal that it was published in.
Citation: Authors cited all sources and included at least 2 pages of reference material used
Continuity: This journal article is only available to subscribers through subscription to publication or online databases.
Censorship: This journal article is only available to subscribers through subscription to publication or online databases.
Connectivity: Users will have to have paid subscription to EBSCOhost to access
Comparability: This article was also published as part of a journal. They compared data and statistics over time to guarantee results.
Context: The context of my research was to find out what Web-Based Tools are. This study satisfied the need for that definition.
http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=57264794&site=ehost-live
"Putting Hard Numbers to Soft Investments"
by Paula Ketter, T+D

In order for businesses to adopt Web 2.0 Tools they have to prove to be a worthy investment. In that vein many executives are beginning to recognize how critical the role of learning is to success. As such these same organizations are making the move to online platforms to better facilitate that need.
Content: Content would be classified as "Scholarly" and was published by a peer reviewed journal

Credibility: Authors were easily identifiable and reliable as study was conducted in their classroom
Critical Thinking: I know from past research experience that the "Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning & Learning Objects" is a reputable source.
Copyright: This article is copyrighted by the authors and the journal that it was published in.
Citation: Authors cited all sources and included at least 2 pages of reference material used
Continuity: This journal article is only available to subscribers through subscription to publication or online databases.
Censorship: This journal article is only available to subscribers through subscription to publication or online databases.
Connectivity: Users will have to have paid subscription to EBSCOhost to access
Comparability: This article was also published as part of a journal. They compared data and statistics over time to guarantee results.
Context: The context of my research was to find out what Web-Based Tools are. This study satisfied the need for that definition.
Content: Content would be classified as "Scholarly" and was published by a peer reviewed journal

Credibility: Authors were easily identifiable and reliable as study was conducted in their classroom
Critical Thinking: I know from past research experience that the "Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning & Learning Objects" is a reputable source.
Copyright: This article is copyrighted by the authors and the journal that it was published in.
Citation: Authors cited all sources and included at least 2 pages of reference material used
Continuity: This journal article is only available to subscribers through subscription to publication or online databases.
Censorship: This journal article is only available to subscribers through subscription to publication or online databases.
Connectivity: Users will have to have paid subscription to EBSCOhost to access
Comparability: This article was also published as part of a journal. They compared data and statistics over time to guarantee results.
Context: The context of my research was to find out what Web-Based Tools are. This study satisfied the need for that definition.
Content: Content would be classified as "Scholarly" and was published by a peer reviewed journal

Credibility: Authors were easily identifiable and reliable as study was conducted in their classroom
Critical Thinking: I know from past research experience that the "Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning & Learning Objects" is a reputable source.
Copyright: This article is copyrighted by the authors and the journal that it was published in.
Citation: Authors cited all sources and included at least 2 pages of reference material used
Continuity: This journal article is only available to subscribers through subscription to publication or online databases.
Censorship: This journal article is only available to subscribers through subscription to publication or online databases.
Connectivity: Users will have to have paid subscription to EBSCOhost to access
Comparability: This article was also published as part of a journal. They compared data and statistics over time to guarantee results.
Context: The context of my research was to find out what Web-Based Tools are. This study satisfied the need for that definition.
"Cloud Computing Still Faces Obstacles to Adoption"
by Howard M. Cohen, eWeek
http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=70456056&site=ehost-
Cloud computing, a Web-based service, is not advancing in the business world as expected due to a lack of understanding and education about the concept
Content: Content would be classified as "Scholarly" and was published by a peer reviewed journal

Credibility: Authors were easily identifiable and reliable as study was conducted in their classroom
Critical Thinking: I know from past research experience that the "Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning & Learning Objects" is a reputable source.
Copyright: This article is copyrighted by the authors and the journal that it was published in.
Citation: Authors cited all sources and included at least 2 pages of reference material used
Continuity: This journal article is only available to subscribers through subscription to publication or online databases.
Censorship: This journal article is only available to subscribers through subscription to publication or online databases.
Connectivity: Users will have to have paid subscription to EBSCOhost to access
Comparability: This article was also published as part of a journal. They compared data and statistics over time to guarantee results.
Context: The context of my research was to find out what Web-Based Tools are. This study satisfied the need for that definition.
Content: Content would be classified as "Scholarly" and was published by a peer reviewed journal

Credibility: Authors were easily identifiable and reliable as study was conducted in their classroom
Critical Thinking: I know from past research experience that the "Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning & Learning Objects" is a reputable source.
Copyright: This article is copyrighted by the authors and the journal that it was published in.
Citation: Authors cited all sources and included at least 2 pages of reference material used
Continuity: This journal article is only available to subscribers through subscription to publication or online databases.
Censorship: This journal article is only available to subscribers through subscription to publication or online databases.
Connectivity: Users will have to have paid subscription to EBSCOhost to access
Comparability: This article was also published as part of a journal. They compared data and statistics over time to guarantee results.
Context: The context of my research was to find out what Web-Based Tools are. This study satisfied the need for that definition.
"The Future of Web 2.0 Websites (Possibly Web 3.0)"
by Jessica Keren, Killer Startups

http://www.killerstartups.com/startups-tools-and-guides/future-of-web-2-0-websites/
One of the most important aspects of Web 3.0 will be the ability to personalize the experience using multiple searches and incorporating mobile devices. It is believed that access to more free technologies and widespread free access to information will spur the change.
Content: Content would be classified as "Scholarly" and was published by a peer reviewed journal

Credibility: Authors were easily identifiable and reliable as study was conducted in their classroom
Critical Thinking: I know from past research experience that the "Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning & Learning Objects" is a reputable source.
Copyright: This article is copyrighted by the authors and the journal that it was published in.
Citation: Authors cited all sources and included at least 2 pages of reference material used
Continuity: This journal article is only available to subscribers through subscription to publication or online databases.
Censorship: This journal article is only available to subscribers through subscription to publication or online databases.
Connectivity: Users will have to have paid subscription to EBSCOhost to access
Comparability: This article was also published as part of a journal. They compared data and statistics over time to guarantee results.
Context: The context of my research was to find out what Web-Based Tools are. This study satisfied the need for that definition.
Content: Content would be classified as "Scholarly" and was published by a peer reviewed journal

Credibility: Authors were easily identifiable and reliable as study was conducted in their classroom
Critical Thinking: I know from past research experience that the "Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning & Learning Objects" is a reputable source.
Copyright: This article is copyrighted by the authors and the journal that it was published in.
Citation: Authors cited all sources and included at least 2 pages of reference material used
Continuity: This journal article is only available to subscribers through subscription to publication or online databases.
Censorship: This journal article is only available to subscribers through subscription to publication or online databases.
Connectivity: Users will have to have paid subscription to EBSCOhost to access
Comparability: This article was also published as part of a journal. They compared data and statistics over time to guarantee results.
Context: The context of my research was to find out what Web-Based Tools are. This study satisfied the need for that definition.
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