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Other Web 2.0 Tools

Explanation:

There are a whole host of collaborative Web 2.0 tools that you can use in your teaching; these are some of the better known ones that educators use:

  • For storing and sharing web resources - Social Bookmarking try Delicious

  • For collaborative writing -  Etherpad - there are a number of similar looking ones

  • Collection of ideas on a topic - Padlet

  • For collaborative mind-mapping - Bubbl.us

  • For adding audio to still or moving images and sharing try Voicethread

  • For creating your own screencasts, use Screencast-o-matic or Jing

Web Resources

Top 100 tools for learning 2015

Digital Research Tools

References to Scholarly Articles

Collis, B., & Moonen, J. (2008). Web 2.0 tools and processes in higher education: quality perspectives. Educational Media International, 45(2), 93-106.

Fernández, J., & Fernández, P. (2015). Introducing web 2.0 tools for teaching linear programming. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 191, 1392-1396. 

James Baxter, G. (2014). Implementing web 2.0 tools in organisations. The Learning Organization, 21(1), 2-5.

King, D. L., & Brown, S. W. (2009). Emerging Trends, 2.0, and Libraries. The Serials Librarian, 56(1-4), 32-43.

Kurilovas, E., & Juskeviciene, A. (2015;2014;). Creation of web 2.0 tools ontology to improve learning. Computers in Human Behavior, 51, 1380-1386.

Majid, N. A. A. (2014). Integration of web 2.0 tools in learning a programming course. Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology, 13(4), 88-94.

Olthouse, J. M., & Miller, M. T. (2012). Teaching talented writers with web 2.0 tools. TEACHING Exceptional Children, 45(2), 6-14.

Rethlefsen, M. L., Piorun, M., & Prince, J. D. (2009). Teaching Web 2.0 technologies using Web 2.0 technologies. Journal of the Medical Library Association, 97(4), 253.

Wheeler, S. (2009). Learning Space Mashups: Combining Web 2.0 Tools to Create Collaborative and Reflective Learning Spaces. Future Internet, 1(1), 3-13.

 

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