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More things: Applying 2.0 tools


More things: Applying 2.0 tools

Inspired by Helene Blowers' Learning 2.0 and California's School Library Learning 2.0, let's use this space to explore new things to prepare ourselves for leadership in new information landscapes.

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Great Way to Share eBooks

Started by Kim Piot Jan 27, 2012.

Substitutes for Google Notebook 4 Replies

Started by John Crowley. Last reply by Janice Jan 27, 2011.

Successful Blog or Wiki Projects 3 Replies

Started by Laura Brooks. Last reply by Jeanne B. Procell Dec 6, 2009.

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Comment by Leanne Windsor on December 11, 2008 at 5:18am
Here's a couple of free website creation/host sites:


Comment by Lola on December 11, 2008 at 12:09am
What free websites can I find which allow me to learn how to create my own website? Thanks!
Comment by John Crowley on November 25, 2008 at 1:40pm
We use a teacher web site service Although it is "plain vanilla" it has a component called iNote. This, I think, predates blogs, but functions in the same way. I have been able to get some technophobic teachers to become "blogmasters" to beat the band. We promote the use of more advanced Web 2.0 tools (Google Docs & Notebook, Podcasting, iMovie, iPhoto, etc) via workshops that I coordinate.
Comment by Dianne Lane on September 29, 2008 at 12:02am
Am currently a lecturer in teacher librarianship in Australia and we are using web 2 tools as part of our Grad Dip and Masters courses. Looking forward to learning new applications as our courses are totally online.
Comment by Colleen Williams on September 23, 2008 at 3:56pm
Lisa - check for the unquiet library and cool cat teacher, both from Georgia - I believe they do podcasts linked at their websites.
Comment by Mary Woodard on June 5, 2008 at 10:50am
The librarians in my district did the 23 Things program this year and learned so much. Our program was called Learning 2.0 Through Play. Anyone is welcome to visit the program blog and do the exercises there if they want!
Comment by Jennifer Cain on May 29, 2008 at 12:48am
Our library team is currently involved in an online training program using Web 2.0 tools. Although I am finding it difficult to inspire some members who and I quote "would rather give birth than learn Web 2.0" How do you overcome such negative attitudes that jeopardise the morale of the team?
Comment by Lisa on April 21, 2008 at 12:02am
Very interested in podcasts
I am currently enrolled in a certification to become a library media specialist in south GA. None of the schools around me use podcasts but I am absolutely fascinated by them and the educational potential they hold. Can any of you tell me how you use podcasts in you school? Have you developed any policies to cover posting student podcasts over the internet?

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