Getting Started with Web 2.0 Tools

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  • 1. Getting Started with Web 2.0 ToolsRandy Thornton

2. The Culture of Comment 3. Three Must-Have Tools A Social Bookmark TaggerAn RSS AggregatorFirefox with Ad blocker 4. Audio-Visual ActivityClosed OpenResourceTextual The Three Arrows 5. Audio-Visual ActivityClosed OpenWeb 1.0 ResourceTextual The Three Arrows 6. Audio-Visual ActivityClosed Web 2.0OpenWeb 1.0 ResourceTextual The Three Arrows 7. You need different strategies for teaching and learning in a world ofabundant over-informationthan in a world of scarce information. 8. Lets Go Exploring 9. Be Self-Reliant These tools are designed to be easy to useFree yourself from tech supportUse Web 2.0 tools to learn Web 2.0 tools 10. Be Part of a Community Ask your colleagues what they are doing Ask your students what they are doingShare with everyone what you are doingUse Web 2.0 tools to learn Web 2.0 tools 11. Begin On the Beaten TrackBlogs for personal voiceWikis for collaboration Forum, Chat, Twitter, Ning for building community Tagging for knowledge discovery and sharing Audio and Video for multiple modes of expression 12. Digital quot;Slash and Burnquot;Invest lightly and move on if it fails It will get better or become extinctThere are more tools out there 13. Have a Backup Plan Can you get your data out in a standardformat ?Can you get your data when the net isdown ? 14. And finally, some advice from an Explorer