Chapter 12 ppt for module 5

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<ul><li> 1. Samantha RagasaWeb 2.0 and Related Technologyinformation taken from Technology for the SchoolLibriarian: Theory and Practice by William O. Scheeren</li></ul> <p> 2. Introduction to Web 2.0Implementation of Web 2.0 tools are beneficial tothe classroom. Here are some reasons they arevaluable: creation of content is easy and quick. allows for students to be interactive with eachother and their teacher. provide opportunities for collaboration. teachers and students are able to participate inknowledge communication. 3. Library and School Library 2.0 Library 2.0 activities are like Web 2.0 activities,but expand these activities to the library. They areuser-centered, have video, audio, and textmaterials, gives many communicationopportunities, and is always innovating andchanging. Examples include: social networking, Twitter,blogs, Wikis, podcasting, virtual conferencing,course management systems, and virtual siteswith avatars. 4. Glossary of Terms1. Web 2.0 a World Wide Web application that is user generated andallows a community of users to interact with the site and each other byadding or updating the content.2. Interactivity allowing two-way transfer of information between a userand the central point of a communication system3. Social Networking using a Web site to communicate informally withother members in the site by posting photos, messages, etc.4. taxonomies the classification of something, usually science related5. folksnomies the activity of sorting information into categories derivedfrom the consensus of the information users6. Twitter a free messaging system that allows people to send andreceive short messages called tweets7. Blogs also called web logs, are online logs whose posts are arrangedin reverse chronological order8. Wikis a set of powerful Web tools that allow two or more people tocollaborate together to create something in a virtual environment.9. Podcasting a digital recording available for download from the Internet10. Avatars a virtual version of yourself 5. Response to Chapter Questions1. Construct both a blog and a wiki. You will needto research how to do each, and then postmeaningful content. Maintain each for onemonth (longer, if you prefer), and then reportback to the class with your results.I have a blog and a wiki that I have kept upsince January. I had no idea how to do a wiki ora blog, but it was easy to sign up and begin. Ialso like how easy it is to edit or to add new. 6. SummaryWeb 2.0 tools can offer a wide range of opportunities forlearning in the library. Web 2.0 applications motivatestudents, help them gain more knowledge on theirsubject, and help their communication skills with theirteacher and their peers. 7. Other Resources Ellyssa Kroskie - Web 2.0 for Librarians andInformation Professionals Ester Rosenfeld and David Loertscher Toward a21st Century School Library Media Program 8. URLs to Support The American Library Association (ALA)discusses Web 2.0 tools in their State ofAmericas Libraries Report 2013: Social Media and its influence: School Library Learning 2.0: </p>