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Eight Weeks To Web 2

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Eight Weeks to Web 2.0   

 

In the lazy days of summer, fire up your home computer and become a Web 2.0 teacher.  Learn at your leisure and experiment with some of the tools of Web 2.0 so that you know more about it and become connected at a new level for the fall.  Attendance isn't taken; there are no assignments.  Just a nice, relaxing pace through some of the tools that will let you understand what Web 2.0 is all about and tips about how to create your own Personal Learning Network.

 

The course starts when you need it.  By that time, your lifelong learner urges will kick in and you'll be ready to learn something new.  Since the entire course is listed below, you can go through it on a self-paced speed.

 

Since this course is delivered through my PD Wiki, anyone (including you) may edit it.  Correct my mistakes, add resources, comment on things and help make the course of value to everyone.  The wiki is wide open - you just need to register on PBWorks in order to edit it. 

 

 

Syllabus

  • Week 1 Upgrade Your Web Browser 
  • Week 2 Get a New Email Account 
  • Week 3 Get a Del.icio.us/Diigo Account 
  • Week 4 Get a Twitter Account
  • Week 5 Read Some Blogs 
  • Week 6 Start Your Own Blog 
  • Week 7 Listen to Some Podcasts; Create Your Own 
  • Week 8 Exploration of Other Web 2.0 Functionality 

 

Questions, Comments?  Email me at:  doug@dougpeterson.ca or Skype me at douglpeterson.  Contact me at any time.

 

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Comments (2)

lparren said

at 2:29 pm on Jan 1, 2009

Thanks for sharing. I'm working on something similar now for next summer.

marcy smith said

at 6:27 pm on Jul 2, 2009

Thanks for setting this up! Looking forward to learning a lot!

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