Web 2.0 for Faculty
Get ready to change the fundamental way
you teach!
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Interesting Times
May you live in interesting times…..
~ Chinese Curse and Blessing
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Students and Faculty
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A Vision of Students Today
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What do our students look like?
Typical Student
• Has Cell phone
•Phone
•Text
•Email
•Photos
• Has iPod
• Connected 24 hours a day
• Has MySpace or FaceBook
• Uses internet to find stuff
• Watches YouTube a lot
• Is online many hours a day, as one of the
major sources for entertainment and
socialization
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dGCJ46vyR9o
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What do we look like?
Typical Prof
• Has Cell phone- makes basic phone calls
•No Text
•No email
• No iPod
• Has never seen MySpace or Facebook
• Uses internet sparingly
• Does not have a web page
• Has never seen YouTube
• Is online to do business only
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The Real Digital Divide
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How we see ourselves
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How students see us
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How do we teach them?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fnh9q_cQcUE&feature=related
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Tools are in place
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Web 2.0
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A participatory online environment in which
anyone and everyone can
contribute, share, and collaborate.
Tools are provided that allow users to
add value by contributing,
information, media, and even software.
Web as a platform, where
applications,
data, and communications
are stored on servers
and accessed through browsers.
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in the classroom
 Web 2.0 technologies are a technology
magnet for students.
 They provide teachers with:
 Powerful collaboration tools
 New ways to teach and to reach students
 New concepts and skills to teach
 Insight into students’ lifestyles
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in the classroom
LESSONS IN….
Internet
Communication
and
Collaboration
•Blogs
•Wiki’s
•Facebook
•Twitter
•del.icio.us
•Second Life
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Productivity
Software
Personal
Information
Management
•Google Apps
•Zoho Apps
•EyeOS
•Google Calendar
•Gmail
•ToDoLists.com
Media
Production
Programming
•Podcasts, Vlogs
•YouTube
•Flickr
•Second Life
•Google MashUps
•Yahoo Tubes
• Facebook and
MySpace
Development
Platforms
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Web 1.0
Web Page
User Gets Information from the Web Page
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Web Page
User Interacts with the Web Page
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Photo Sharing
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Photo sharing
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Photo sharing
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vPU4awtuTsk&feature=user
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Flickr in an Art class
http://flickr.com/photos/ha112/901660/in/set-129006/
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Social Bookmarking
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 What is Social Bookmarking?
A social bookmarking site provides a way for students or teachers to
save all of their links in one place on the Internet. These links are saved
with one or more tags to help find the site in the future.
http://del.icio.us http://www.digg http://www.ada
.com
ptiveblue.com
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 For example, if a teacher found a site with valuable
information about a book taught in the classroom, he
or she might tag the link with “Hamlet” and
“Shakespeare” and “lesson plans.”
 All Web sites that are tagged this way would then be
easily found.
 An individual can save these bookmarks in his or her
private collection.
 and share them with the entire community.
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Social Bookmarking
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x66lV7GOcNU&feature=related
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Wiki
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WIKIs
Wiki –from the Hawaiian term ‘Wiki wiki’ meaning
“rapidly.”
A wiki is a website that can be edited and amended by
users via a basic browser.
 Online collaborative encyclopedia – general purpose or
topic-specific.
 Adopted in some businesses as a knowledge
management system.
http://en.wikipedia.org
http://www.wikia.com
http://scratchpad.wikia.com
http://www.scienceofspectroscopy.info/edit/index.php?title=Using_wiki_in_education
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Wiki
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-dnL00TdmLY&feature=user
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Wiki in the classroom
How can teachers use wikis to facilitate teaching, writing
development, and learning?
 Provide a space for free writing
 Debate course topics, including assigned readings
 Share resources such as annotated bibliographies, websites, effective
writing samples, conferences, calls for manuscripts
 Maintain a journal of work performed on group projects
 Require students to collaborate on documents, such as an essay written
by the entire class
 Discuss curricular and instructional innovations
 Encourage students to revise Wikipedia pages or take on new
wikipedia assignments
 Inspire students to write a Wikibook
 Support service learning projects (i.e. use wikis to build a website about
a challenge in their city)
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YouTube
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What’s on YouTube
 YouTube is a popular free video sharing website which lets users
upload, view, and share video clips.
 Many professors are beginning to recognize the educational
value of YouTube.
 There may be a lot of fluff on the site, but ignore the skateboarding
dogs and you'll find a lot of potential.
 In fact, Pitzer College is currently offering a course titled “Learning
from YouTube.”
 wwwTools recently published a list of YouTube in Education
links.
 Millions of Videos
 How to’s – step-by-step instructions
 Historical clips – MLK’s “I Have A Dream” speech
 UC Berkeley – thousands of course videos
http://www.youtube.com/ucberkeley
 TeacherTube - http://www.teachertube.com/index.php
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YouTube in the classroom
English Class - ‘The Road Not Taken’
Read by Robert Frost
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W5ITEd9Nlrg&feature=related
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YouTube in the classroom
Math Class
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HT5RX998ark
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YouTube in the classroom
Sociology Class – Dorlores Huertes UFW
Founder
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WtKkUUuV-80
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YouTube in the Classroom
Auto Shop
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dy5W8R3aiVs
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Other Video File Sharing
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Podcasts
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WEB BROADCASTING
 Podcasts, Vcasts: audio and video over RSS
typically delivered on a schedule.
 iTunes is an ideal aggregator
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PodCasts for your students
 The iTunes Store has over 10,000
podcasts specific for education
http://www.apple.com/education/
teachers-professors/
 The Education Podcast Network
is an effort to bring together, in one
place, the wide range of podcast
programming that may be helpful to
teachers looking to explore issues
related to teaching and learning in the
21st century.
http://www.epnweb.org/
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Podcast in the classroom
 Make a podcast of your lecture while you do them
then
 Use iTunes to distribute it to your students each
week.
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Making your own Podcasts
3-simple steps….
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Start your PowerPoint Presentation and push Record
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used JING - it’s free!.
Use Bluetooth headset as wireless mic.
Make your presentation as usual
Press Stop, then push create PodCast.
You are done – just upload it to your website, Moodle, iTunes or to
YouTube.
Here is an example of one I did and then uploaded to YouTube:
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Podcast Example
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dcbb7CdHVPw
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iPods in Education
 iPods are more than just music players.
 iPods have functionality that can be used in many
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different ways for teaching and learning.
Apple has collected lesson plans from educators who
are using iPods.
Audio: music, poetry readings, foreign languages
Video: create you own PodCasts
Text: view text files on an iPod's screen using Notes
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Blogs
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WEB BROADCASTING
 Blogs: Online journals, called Web logs
(blogs), gives voice to Web users.
http://www.blogger.com
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Blogs
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NN2I1pWXjXI&feature=user
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MICRO-BLOGGING
 Post short messages answering the question:
What are you doing now?
 Max. 140 characters.
 Users “following you” will see
your posts on Web or
cell phone.
http://www.twitter.com
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Twitter
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ddO9idmax0o&feature=user
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Blogs in Education
 Education blogs are becoming a means for educators, students, and
education administrators to interact more effectively than ever before.
 Technorati currently tracks 63.1 million blogs. Over 5,000 of them are about
education.
 Because blogs are connected, they can foster the development of a
learning community.
 Authors can share opinions with each other and support each other with
commentary and answers to questions.
 For example, the University of Calgary uses blogs to create learning
communities.
 Additionally, blogs give students ownership over their own learning and
an authentic voice, allowing them to articulate their needs and inform
their own learning.
 Blogs have been shown to contribute to identity-formation in students.
(Bortree, D.S., 2005).
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Blogs in your classroom
Create a blog
 Post calendars, general classroom guidelines and more.
 Assignment lists
 Provides additional material Link to supplemental videos, podcasts and
websites to encourage extended learning.
 Students list class hypotheses before each class science experiment.
 When experiment is done, results can be posted and compared to initial
hypotheses.
 Students post most memorable learning moments in weekly lessons
 Displays information and characteristics of various art movements.
 Post famous art pictures and have students comment on the prominent
characteristics of each.
 Let students find and post examples of various movements and techniques in
art they find.
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SOCIAL NETWORKS
 Online communities for sharing
information about yourself, meeting
new people with similar interests,
communicating with friends, and
creating special interest groups.
 Provides development tools that allow
users to expand functionality.
http://www.facebook.com
http://developers.facebook.com
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http://www.linkedin.com
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Social Networking
Facebook
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Social Networks
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6a_KF7TYKVc&eurl=http://moodle.rsc-northwest.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=42
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Facebook in your course
Facebook provides all sorts of great tools designed to make
learning and administration easier.
Share assignments, slides, and so much more with these
applications.
 BookTag: This app offers a great way to share and loan books
out to students, plus create helpful quizzes for studying.
 Webinaria Screencast Recorder: Record a video for students,
and share it with this application.
 Mathematical Formulas: Distribute formulas, solutions, and
more with this application.
 SlideShare: Create presentations to send
to students with
this slideshow application.
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For Students
 These tools are great for making easy work of studying, research, and
more.
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Books iRead: Share the books you're reading, and see what others think of books with this application.
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DoResearch4me: This app makes it easy to gather information using your thesis statement, instructions,
and more.
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Flashcards: With this application, you can create flash cards to help you study on Facebook.
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Wikiseek Search: Use this research tool to find Wikipedia articles and more through Facebook.
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SkoolPool: Get the lowdown on schools, online and otherwise, with this neat application.
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Rate My Professors: Find out what other students think of professors before you register for their class.
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JSTOR Search: Find full text research articles on Facebook with this application.
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Notely: Organize your school life with Notely, an app that helps you wrangle your calendar, notes,
assignments, and more.
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Study Groups: Get everyone together on your group project by collaborating with this application.
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Get Homework Help: This application will get you connected with tutors and other students that can help
you with your assignments.
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SwapRoll: Save money on textbooks by trading them with the Swap Roll application.
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Notecentric: Take notes right inside of Facebook and share them with classmates using this application.
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Class Notes: Use this application to find scanned notes for your classes on Facebook.
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For Everyone
These apps are great for just about anyone in
education.
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Calendar: This calendar app from 30 Boxes lets you organize your days, set reminders and share your
calendar with others.
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To-Do List: Stay on top of your tasks with this Facebook to-do application.
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Zoho Online Office: With this office application, you can keep all of your documents online, and even share
them with classmates, students, and colleagues.
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Courses: Courses offers loads of functionality for online education, with features that let you add your
courses, post announcements and assignments, search university reviews find classmates, create
discussions and form study groups.
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Files: Powered by Box.net, this application makes it easy to store and retrieve documents in Facebook, so
you can access them anywhere you have a connection.
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WorldCat: Use WorldCat to do research, catalog your library's collection, and share information with
students.
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HeyMath!: These mini-movies explain difficult math concepts, so these are great to share with students or
use on your own.
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CourseFeed: Take advantage of CourseFeed's class sharing, announcements, file storage, notifications,
and more on Facebook.
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Free Online Office Sofware
Google Docs
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Free Online Software
http://www.zoho.com
http://www.google.com
http://www.openoffice.org/
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Google Docs
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=muVUA-sKcc4
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Google Docs in your course
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TYPjJK6LZdM
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Webinars
CCCConfer
aka
Elluminate
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CCCconfer.com
 free service
 funded by a grant from the
California Community
Colleges Chancellor’s Office
 Phone Conference
 Video Conference
 Web Conference
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Using CCCConfer
 Use it for online office hours
 Use it for virtual meetings with faculty or students
 Built in Video
 Separate toll free conference call
 Use if for one-on-one tutoring (has a white board)
 In online classes uses it for Orientation
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Instant Messaging & Skype
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Instant Messaging
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Skype
 Free Voice over iP phone calls
 Video conference
 Call anywhere in U.S. for $ 11.00/year
 Includes text messaging
 www.skype.com
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Using Skype in your course
 Call student on Skype to answer questions
 Free for Skype to Skype
 $11/year for unlimited USA numbers
 Skype also has a IM built in
 Skype has video call built in
 Skype has an app for cell phones – text directly to
students cells
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ePortfolio
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What is an ePortfolio
 A simple-to-use, web-based software to create an
anthology of one’s work and accomplishments
Student ePortfolio Example
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Faculty ePortfolio
What can ePortfolio do for you?
Students
• Place to collect and save your coursework
• Showcase your accomplishments and work
• Tool for creating digital resumes to send to employers
• Creatively represent yourself and your education
• Connect educational goals with personal experiences
• Electronic resource to apply for transfer
• Reflect and make connections between where you are
and where you want to be
• Showcase achievements on individualized Guest pages
What can ePortfolio do for you?
Instructors:
•Create Portfolio Projects with scoring
rubrics
•Create Joint Projects with other instructors
•Comment and score students' work online
•Create teaching or promotion portfolios
•Showcase Achievement
What can ePortfolio do for you?
Colleges:
 Collect student work for Outcomes Assessment
 Select work randomly and anonymously » Use
scoring rubrics
 Generate reports
 Export raw data for further analysis
ePortfolio Features
 Secure – you decide who can see what
 Students – own the work
 Web-based
 Start with Collection of “Artifacts”
 Documents (Word, PDF, others)
 Pictures
 Videos
 Links
Summary
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Pushing Web 2.0 services out to cell phones and
ultra mobile devices (UMD’s) via text messaging,
specially-designed apps, and mobile Web.
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Apple
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iPhone
Gamin
Nuviphone
Sony
April
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Ericsson
Xperia
Web Page
User is the Web Page
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The Semantic Web
The Web as a universal medium for
data, information, and knowledge
exchange. Where information is
easily located by people and
machines.
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Full-featured, rich Internet
applications delivered online – total
cloud computing, and the end of
desktop applications as we know
them.
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Resources
Resource
Website
This Presentation
http://faculty.piercecollege.edu/perretjd/ (click on MY PowerPoint on the left)
Most of the Videos
http://faculty.piercecollege.edu/perretjd/ (click on My Favorite YouTubes on the left)
Photo Sharing
Flickr
http://www.flickr.com/
Photobucket
http://photobucket.com/
Snapfish
http://snapfish.com
Picasa
http://picasaweb.google.com
Social Bookmarking
Delicious
http://del.icio.us
Digg
http://www.digg.com
Adaptive Blue
http://www.adaptiveblue.com
Wikis
Whikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org
Wikie.com
http://wiki.com
Wikispaces
http://www.wikispaces.com/
PBworks
http://pbworks.com/academic.wiki
Video File Sharing
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YouTube
http://youtube.com
Google Video
http://video.google.com/
Teacher Tube
http://teachertube.com/
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Resources
Resource
Website
Podcasting
iTunes
http://iTunes.com
iTunes U
http://www.apple.com/itunes/whatson/itunesu.html
Jink
http://www.jingproject.com/
Camtasia
http://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.asp
Blogger.com
http://www.blogger.com
Google Blog
http://googleblog.blogspot.com
EduLounge
http://edulounge.net/
Twitter
http://twitter.com
JaiKu
http://www.jaiku.com/
Blogs
Social Networking
MySpace
http://myspace.com
FaceBook
http://facebook.com
LinkedIn
http://linkedin.com
Google Docs
http://docs.google.com
Zoho
http://www.zoho.com
Open Office
http://www.openoffice.org/
Microsoft Office Web apps
http://www.microsoft.com/office/2010/
Online Office Software
Web Conferencing
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CCCConfer
http://cccconfer.org
Elluminate
http://elluminate.com
Got To Meeting
http://www.gotomeeting.com
WebX
http://WebEx.com
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Resources
Resource
Website
Instant Messaging
Trillian
http://www.trillian.im
Miranda
http://miranda-im.org
MSN
http://msn.com
AIM
http://aim.com
ICQ
http://icq.com
Yahoo! Messenger
http://webmessenger.yahoo.com
Google Talk
http://www.google.com/talk
Skype
http://skype.com
ePortfolio
ePortfolio California
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http://eportfolioca.org
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