The changing Web

Learning with 'e's

The web is constantly changing. Social media - often referred to as Web 2.0 , or the participatory Web - is shaping up to be one of the most important tool sets available to support the promotion of change in education. Doing this, they tend to engage more deeply with learning, and find themselves collaborating more and learning from each other, as a result of using Web 2.0 Essentially, Web 2.0 We need to acknowledge that 'Web 2.0' Web 2.0

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E-Learning Authoring Tools Characterized

The E-Learning Curve

Since the term 'authoring tool' is somewhat non-specific, many programs can be considered authoring tools, including web editors like Dreamweaver, Flash, PowerPoint and even content platforms like Adobe Connect provide the facility to create learning content. Web Site Authoring Tools Used in creating mark-up language (i.e. HTML, XML) for web pages, and linking them to produce entire websites. Web 2.0

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Semantic technologies and learning

Learning with e's

This is nicely facilitated by Social Web technologies (e.g. Traditionally, the Semantic Web is associated with semantic technologies (Gaevi, Jovanovi, & Devedi, 2007 ). Ontologies, as the backbone of the Semantic Web defining formally and explicitly represented shared domain conceptualization, are the main way for representing and sharing metadata. Due to the intensive use of Web 2.0 Despite the initial perception that Web 2.0

Up Pompey

Learning with e's

I will be hooking up with old pals Emma Duke-Williams (world famous in Portsmouth for her portrait of me as 'multi-me') and Manish Malik (with whom I have just written a paper on Cloud Learning Environments). Web 2.0 I hope to explore some of the possibilities and potential of tools such as blogs, wikis, microblogs and aggregators, and will also explore mashups, social tagging, and concepts such as 'wisdom of crowds' and folksonomies.