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Web 2 Tools

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Welcome to the World of Web 2.0...


The Computer as a Door: Using Web 2.0 Tools to Communicate, Collaborate, Compose, Create, and Contribute from Kathy Schrock on Vimeo.

 

 

 

 


 This is a great list of Web 2.0 tools for just about anything. There are a few links that didn't work, but all in all this is a one-stop shop! Image, Audio and Video tools

 

LEARNING TOOLS DIRECTORY 2010

 


Great tool to organize your websites for a class, theme or workshop. http://www.jogtheweb.com/play/dOjH8c6ychjM/web-20-magical-myster-tour

 

WEb 2.0 Tools for kids---- http://www.jogtheweb.com/run/z1O1GPxm4bCR/Web-2.0-Tools-for-Kids


Scriblink 

is a free digital whiteboard that users can share online in real-time. Sorta like pen and paper, minus the dead trees, plastic, and the inconvenience of being at the same place at the same time.

 

On the homepage you'll be immediately directed to a Scriblink board, which is free and requires no registration. Here you can take advantage of all kinds of useful features, such as:

  • Privacy: the board is all yours, open only to the people you choose to invite
  • Dynamic Tools: use shapes, hundreds of colors, a size bar, a text feature, and a grid to help guide your drawings
  • File Options: gives you the ability to print, save, and email your work
  • Image Uploader: upload an image onto the whiteboard as the background, allowing you to share it, mark it, deface it, or highlight key elements
  • In-Screen Chat: when working with others, no need to sign in to third party software, simply use our in-screen chat
  • VOIP Conferencing: if you have a mic for your computer, you can automatically connect with your collaborators (no software necessary) and talk for free for as long as you like
  • File transfer: when emailing is too much of a hassle, simply transfer files directly to anyone you're working with

EtherPad is the only web-based word processor that allows people to work together in really real-time.

When multiple people edit the same document simultaneously, any changes are instantly reflected on everyone's screen. The result is a new and productive way to collaborate on text documents, useful for meeting notes, drafting sessions, education, team programming, and more.


Scratch is a new programming language that makes it easy to create your own interactive stories, animations, games, music, and art -- and share your creations on the web.

 

http://scratch.mit.edu/


 

This is one of the BEST resources I've found on Web 2.0 tools and resources... Lots of tools and lots of examples of their use in the classroom...

 The Glogster below will introduce you to the resources or you can visit the website: http://webtools4u2use.wikispaces.com/Webtools4U2Use.

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You can have your own Virtual Classroom-- FREE! WiZiQ is a place where you can teach and learn using an easy-to-use Virtual Classroom. http://www.wiziq.com/

 

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Edmodo is a private microblogging platform that teachers and students can use to send notes, links, files, alerts, assignments, and events to each other. Teachers sign up for accounts, and then create classes/groups. Each class/group has a unique code which is distributed by the teacher to the class. Students then sign up (no email address required) and join the group using the code. Here's a quick video tour of Edmodo...

http://tltcommunity.ning.com/profiles/blog/show?id=2215105%3ABlogPost%3A421

 

Check out this cool tool--- Flowgram. Create a presentation with any content and even narrate it.

 

Classroom 2.0-- Join the network for teachers!

http://www.classroom20.com/

 

The Complete Web 2.0 Directory 

 

Is It Okay To Be A Technologically Illiterate Teacher? 

This is Edublog's "Most Influential Post of 2007." Karl Fisch is the "Did You Know/Shift Happens" video that is instrumental in starting very serious discussions about technology in education.

 

Web 2.0 Is the Future of Education - Techlearning blog, which is Edublog's "Best Group Blog of 2007."

 

Apture provides the first rich communication platform that allows people to intuitively experience the web.

With just one line of code, publishers and bloggers can quickly and easily turn flat pages of text into a compelling multimedia experience. Apture gives content creators the power to find and incorporate relevant multimedia items directly into their pages. Readers can then access these items without ever leaving the page, providing them with a deeper and more meaningful web experience. Take a look at this example-- click on the links and see what happens!

 

Voika--- Create your own avatar to greet visitors on your wiki or blog.

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Get a Voki now!

 

Zaidlearn--- One excellent free learning tool (or site) for every learning problem, need or issue!

 

ReadTheWords.com is a free, web based service that assists people with written material. We do this by using TTS Technology, or Text To Speech Technology. Users of our service can generate a clear sounding audio file from almost any written material. We generate a voice that reads the words out loud, that you request us to read.

 

http://www.ustream.tv/

Experience live video. In just minutes, you can broadcast and chat online with a global audience. Completely free, all it takes is a camera and Internet connection. Experience live video. In just minutes, you can broadcast and chat online with a global audience. Completely free, all it takes is a camera and Internet connection.

 


Al Levine's 50 Tools for Storytelling 

- some types of tools:

 

 

  • Slideshow tools
  • Timeline tools
  • Mixer tools
  • Cartoon tools
  • Scrapbook tools
  • Map tools 

 

 

Web Tools for Educators

 

Curriki   ---- The Global Education & Learning Community

We believe that access to knowledge and learning tools is a basic right for every child.
Our goal is to make curricula and learning resources available to everyone.

There's a new feature on Curriki which allows members to meet, share ideas, and work

collaboratively with other educators. Members can form a Curriki group around any subject area,

grade level, or educational philosophy. 

 

 

Free Web-based Tools

 

Web 2.0 Tutorial 

 

K12 Online Conference 2007

 

Blogs, Vlogs, Wikis and Podcasts

 

Kathy Schrock's Web Resource Page

 

Web 2.0 for the Classroom Teacher

 

Clif's Notes - Teaching and Learning in the 2.0 Era 

 

Web 2.0 Videos

 

The Hot Potatoes suite includes six applications, enabling you to create interactive

multiple-choice, short-answer, jumbled-sentence, crossword, matching/ordering and

gap-fill exercises for the World Wide Web. Hot Potatoes is not freeware, but it is free

of charge for those working for publicly-funded non-profit-making educational institutions,

who make their pages available on the web.

 

Blog Basics for the Classroom

 

50 Must-Read Up and Coming Blogs by Teachers

 

Free Web-Based Tools

 

TeachersFirst.com--- Loads of Web 2.0 tools and resources. You can join and it's free!

 

The Promise of Virtual Learning Activities

 

Simulations for the Classroom -  Free unless followed by a $.

 

Use WiZiQ's virtual classroom equipped with live audio-video communication,

chat, content sharing, and session recording capabilities. No download is required since it

works with any web browser and on any operating system.

 

 

 

 

Video conferencing, web 2.0 apps help distance learners feel included...

Free services let homebound students enjoy classroom routines

http://www.eschoolnews.com/news/best-practice/best-practices-articles/index.cfm?i=53234&page=1

 

Now watch the video to see how this classroom of 4th graders used Skype to include a homebound classmate.

 

 

 

 


 

4th Graders from New Zealand and Australia learn about each other.

http://anzaconnection.wikispaces.com/Introductions

 


 

Free Technology for Teachers 

 

 


Very cool online mindmapping tool-- you can even share with others and collaborate----mind42.com. This video show just how easy it is to create a mindmap.

 

 

 

 

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