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Web 2.0 in the Library World

This group is for those who wish to share about using collaborative Web 2.0 tools in their library instruction. Here we can discuss what tools we are using, make connections for collaboration, and celebrate our technological triumphs!

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Comment by Rachel Brockman on January 19, 2010 at 9:01am
Hey Joseph! Welcome! Web 2.0 is a term used to refer to all of the collaborative Internet-based tools available on the web. Websites like Skype, Blogger, Wikipages, Storybird, Bubble.us, Delicious, Facebook, Google Earth, Google Books, Google Scholar, - I can't really scratch the surface here... All of these tools can be integrated into what we do with students every day! You have found a great place to find out just how librarians are doing this - If you read what our fellow educators have posted here, you will find a wealth of ideas and people to collaborate with!
Comment by Joseph K. Faleti on January 18, 2010 at 8:56am
Actually, I have heared about it, but you may have to give me a detail information about web 2.0 and how it works in the library.
Comment by Jenny Power on January 14, 2010 at 9:26pm
Hi all,
We are just starting back to school next week after our summer holidays. I'm really interested in your website and 'quest' Katharine. Could you explain a little more about why you created it and how it has been introduced to your students? Thanks
Comment by Katharine C. Adams on December 28, 2009 at 12:13am
We recently gave our book fair a Web 2.0 twist! The Cat Bookler and the Mystery of the Missing Mysteries utilizes Weebly, Animoto, Voki, Vuvox and Shelfari tools to make one fun event! Please take a look and comment on our blog! www.catbookler.weebly.com
Comment by Fran Bullington on December 6, 2009 at 8:17am
Jeanne,
Your mock Newbery blog looks awesome - not only is it a vehicle for students to post their comments, but it is a great reader's advisory tool. Thanks for sharing!
Comment by Donna Baumbach on October 12, 2009 at 6:36pm
Stephanie, I heard Chris Harris say "Anything that's blocked can be unblocked." And I've never forgotten it. If you come up with a really good project for blogging (or any other tool) you might be able to persuade them to unblock some of the tools. Maybe start with some book reviews...? or book trailers? Just a thought.
Comment by Stephanie Paul on October 12, 2009 at 4:47pm
I'm glad to hear about all of your class blogging and suggestions. It's nice to know there are schools out there that are not afraid of technology. My district has everything with blogging capability blocked including articles in the local newspapers. So much for current events assignments.
You guys rock!
Comment by Donna Baumbach on October 11, 2009 at 8:16pm
I just read about a blogging tool for teachers and students based on Wordpress called Eduperience. Read more about it here: http://ilearntechnology.com/?p=1348 It sounds great!
Comment by Laura Gary-Michel on October 9, 2009 at 6:46am
Has anyone heard of Classpress.com? I'm not sure if its a newsite or not? Teachers can set up classroom accts and monitor each students individual blog. I'm not sure if you can embed code.
Thanks for the help so far. I love this site!!
Comment by Maggie Verster on October 9, 2009 at 1:49am
I have mostly been using wordpress as it gives you the option of creating pages which gives it a website like feel. But unless you host it on your own server it is definitely not embed freindly -and learners love to embed stuff. So Blogger is a great choice as it comes automatically with a google account. I feel all our learners hould ahve a google account- gives them so much choices in web 2 applications (gmail,googledocs,claenders,picassa) and they all work together.

Edublogs is of course GREAT. It has a wordpress engine but because it is hosted on the edublogs server, it allows for all creative embeds!
 

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