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  1. Get Them Reading & Engaged with 2.0 Technologies Session III Ballroom D Lindsay Cesari

  2. Agenda • Introduction • What is Web 2.0? • Real Life Example 1 – Glogs and Social Bookmarking • Real Life Example 2 – PB Wiki • Real Life Example 3 – Wikispaces • Real Life Example 4 – Podcasting • Real Life Example 5 – Digital Storytelling • Real Life Example 6 - Creative Commons Images • Real Life Example 7 – Google Sites • Real Life Example 8 – Scratch • Real Life Example 9 - Blogging

  3. Lindsay Cesari, School Librarian Baldwinsville, NY

  4. Durgee Junior High Grades: 8 & 9 Enrollment: 900 Upper-middle class district Baldwinsville, NY

  5. Web 1.0 vs. Web 2.0

  6. What It Is Tips and Tricks In Action Student Products Format:

  7. http://www.bville.org/teacherpage.cfm?teacher=2153 Taking Notes? Relax! :)

  8. Glogster Make interactive posters online

  9. Glogster in the News

  10. Poster, only better • Web based (online) • Interactive • Add music, video, links What is Glogster?

  11. edu.glogster.com vs. glogster.com • Benefits of the Education Site: • Teacher created user names and passwords* • All glogs remain private • Students can’t message each other

  12. Two Options: Individual Accounts Sub Accounts Student Accounts • Teacher creates accounts • “Clunky” usernames and passwords are provided by Glogster • Max 100 accounts • Display projects within Glogster • Best for elementary level • Students create account • Can use their computer ID/PW for consistency • Can have unlimited number of accounts • Display projects using Delicious • Best for secondary level

  13. Delicious.com Social Bookmarking

  14. Glogs in the Classroom Teacher created glogs • Review activity before a test • Introduce a unit • Post a collection of videos and links Student created glogs • Research project • Virtual science fair • Publish creative writing

  15. Student Examples Career Exploration

  16. Student Examples Political Parties

  17. Student Examples Creative Writing

  18. Questions Links Videos Teacher Examples Images Web Quest

  19. Mood Music Links to Book Reviews Teacher Examples Book Talk

  20. Teacher Examples Assignment Glog

  21. What’s a Wiki? A collection of interlinked web pages that are very easy to create and edit in a collaborative manner

  22. pbwiki / pbworks Allow groups of people to edit and collaborate on a document

  23. Wikispaces Allow groups of people to edit and collaborate on a document

  24. * Undo Button * No Undo Button * Fewer options to change font, color, and text size * Edit menu looks more like Microsoft Word (WYSWYG) * 100 users * Unlimited users * 2 GB storage space * 2 GB storage space * $200 - $1,000 yearly fee to assign page level or folder level permissions * $99 yearly fee to assign page level or folder level permissions * $1,000 year for “private label” with higher security settings and less public access * $99 year for “private label” with higher security settings and less public access Vs.

  25. pbwiki / pbworks Allow groups of people to edit and collaborate on a document

  26. pbwiki / pbworks

  27. Book Review Wiki

  28. Book Review Wiki

  29. Student Participation Teacher Participation

  30. Wikispaces Allow groups of people to edit and collaborate on a document

  31. Wikispaces

  32. Renaissance Employment Wiki

  33. Podcasts

  34. Like a radio show, but distributed over the computer. Can have multiple episodes, or single, stand alone episodes. What is a Podcast?

  35. Headset Microphone Equipment Audacity (PC) OR GarageBand (Mac)

  36. Day 1: Podcast examples, and discuss difference between good and bad podcasts Day 2: Research day on podcast topic Day 3: Write podcast script Day 4: Introduce students to Audacity/Garageband Day 5: Students record podcasts Day 6: Students add music/effects and produce MP3 file Timeline

  37. Student Examples Money Management

  38. Student Examples Sexting PSA

  39. Digital Storytelling Tell a story with words and pictures

  40. Alternatives to PS3

  41. How do you write a story?

  42. Writing the Narration

  43. Finding Images

  44. Usage Rights “Labeled for Reuse” Google’s Advanced Search

  45. Best Bets Web 2.0

  46. Wikipedia = My Fav