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Month: October 2008

Mark Frydenberg: Mashups and Web 2.0 in the Information Technology Classroom

Web 2.0 at a Business University: Interdisciplinary Advances in tech enable new software tools for collaboration and sharing Teaching IT Concepts Through the Lens of Web 2.0 How? Appreciate, Participate, Investigate, Communicate, Collaborate, Create. Students have already been on Facebook – so they have been using Web 2.0 tech and…

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NERCOMP: Trent Batson, What is Web 2.0 and What Does it Mean for Education?

Trent Batson is a Communications Strategist at the Office of Educational Innovation and Technology. He started off the session by stating that the term Web 2.0 was only coined 4 years ago. And yet now, many campuses are developing “cloud computing” and virtualization, which is one aspect of Web 2.0.…

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