Σχετικά μαθήματα


1. New Media, Social Media, and Learning
{Why New Media and Social Media? Blogs, RSS, and Microblogging, Wikis, Social Objects, Social Networks, Sharing, Personal Learning Environment, Web 3.0"}
Brigham Young University

2. The Web 2.0 and Participatory e-Learning
{Explosion of Online and Blended Learning,Course Management 1.0 in a Web 2.0, Connectivism, Social Knowledge, and Participatory Learning, Digital Literacy Skills, Neo Millennial and Web 2.0 Learners, Free and Open Source Software, Open Educational Resources, YouTube, TeacherTube, and the Future of Shared Online Video, Wikis, Wikipedia, Wikibooks, and Collaborative Writing, Interactive and Collaborative Learning, Educational Blogging, Podcasting, Webcasting, and Coursecasting, Alternate Reality Learning: Massive Gaming, Virtual Reality, and Simulations, Mobile, Wireless, and Ubiquitous Learning, Networks of Personalized Learning (e.g., language learning, tutoring, etc.)}
School of Education, Indiana University, USA

3. Principles and Practices of Technology
{Orientation & Today's Students, Web 2.0 Part I, Blogs, Utah Education Network (UEN), YETC Resources, Copyright, WebQuests, Word Processing, Spreadsheets, Web Site Evaluation, Cameras and Digital Photography, Instructional Architect, Web 2.0 Part II (Wikis), Podcasts}
Utah State University (OpenCourseWare)

4. Social Software & Libraries
{Introduction to Social Software, Blogs & Blogging, RSS, Wikis, Social Bookmarking & Tagging, Folksonomies, Online Social Networks, Gaming & Virtual Worlds, Online Applications & Media Sharing, Evaluation, Wrap-up, Best Practices}
Faculty of Information and Media Studies, University of Western Ontario


5.New Technologies of e-learning 2.0
{Web 2.0, Social software, one-to-many (blog or podcast), many-to-many (wiki), collaborative earning, active and inquiry-based approaches to learning, MP3 players, mobile phones, open and flexible learning environment}
UMEA UNIVERSITY

6. Medicine and Web 2.0
{Web 2.0, Medical Blogosphere, RSS and Twitter, Wikipedia and Medical Wikis, E-patients and doctors in social media, Virtual Reality in Medicine, Social Media in Healthcare, Education 2.0, Google Story and Medical Search Engines, Web 3.0, Web 4.0}
University of Debrecen, Medical School and Health Science Center

7. Introduction to Media and Communication
{Web 2.0 seminar, introduction to the term web 2.0 and social network sites, the challenges and the potentials these constructions have upon digital culture, Blogs and blogging, research and experiences within the world of blogs and user-generated content, Web 2.0 and mobility, analyzing virtual communication in Web design}
IT University of Copenhagen

8. Web 2.0 Tools for Lifelong & Life Wide Learning
{Web 2.0 Overview, Blogs & RSS Feeds, E-Portfolios, Online Digital Storage, Social Networks, Photo Archives, Multimedia Content Sharing, Final Reflection and Portfolio Submission}
Instructor: Dr. Helen C. Barrett S || Self-paced Course that was adopted by University Institutions
(Dr Barrett worked for College of Education at the University of Oregon & College of Education at the University of Alaska Anchorage)

9. Beyond WebCT: Integrating Social Networking Tools Into Language & Culture Courses
{Course Management Systems, Learning 2.0, Educational Trends, Teaching Today’s Students, Collaborative Editing, Assessment, Digital Storytelling, Social Networking, Social Annotation,Presentation Tools, Virtual, Mobile Connections, Viral Videos, Online Rights and Safety, Mashups and Virtual Worlds}
Multimedia Language Center / College of Liberal Arts and Sciences / Modern and Classical Languages at the University of Connecticut

10. Web 2.0. 101: Introduction to second Generation Web Tools
{Blogging and RSS, Wikis, Social Networking Tools, Social Bookmarking, Web Office Tools, Online Photo Sharing, Podcasting and Online Hosted Video, Mashups and API}
Medical Library Association

11. Powerful Ingredients for Blended Learning
{Introductions and Blogging, Social Bookmarking, Search, Research, and Aggregators, Integrated Unit Plan, Synchronous Conferencing, Surveys and Polls, Learning Portals, Podcatching / Podcasting / Phonecasting, Digital Storytelling, Screencasting, Realtime Collaboratio, GeoApps, Google SketchUp, Visual Literacy, Online Photo Sharing and Presentation Zen, Video Sharing, Petcha Kutcha and Conclusion}
University of Central Oklahoma

12. What are Web 2.0. Tools?
{RSS, Blogs, Wikis, Podcasting/Vodcasting, Social Networking, Social Bookmarking, Storage Repositories, Other Applications}
ICT in schools, NT Department of Employment, Education and Training

13. Exploring Web 2.0
{Firefox & Search Engines, Blogging, RSS, Wikis, Social Bookmarking, Flickr, Instant Messaging. Social Networking, Book Collections/Reviews, Video Sharing, Music Discovery & Sharing, Second Life, Start Pages, Podcasts}
Rice University, Fondren Library

14. Blogs in Education
{Educational Value of Blogs , Classroom and teacher applications , Getting started , Microblogging , Collaborative blogs}
Australia's Dept. of Education & Training

15. Virtual communities/Social Media
{When technology and community collide, Roots and visions of social cyberspace, , Networks and Social Networks, Designing and Maintaining Online Communitie}
University of California, Berkeley
Department of Sociology

16. Social Software Design
{Contextual Inquiry, Storyboards & Prototypes, Conversation & Media Effects, Identity & Reputation, One-on-One Meetings, Community Growth & Virality, Engineering Meeting, Networks & Community Dynamics, Engineering Meeting}
HCI Group, Stanford University

17. Social Software
{Instant Messaging (IM), Blogging, RSS, Social Bookmarking, Wikis/Collaborative Docs/Presentations, Images/Photo Sharing, Audio/Podcasting, Video/Vodcasting, Screenvideo/Screencasting, Social Networking, Gaming (Online & Console), Gaming (Immersive)/Virtual Environments}
School of Communication and Information, Rutgers University

18. Social Software: Building Community in a Virtual Environment Syllabus
{Internet architecture, What is social software? Important technological trends affecting social software, Advice & discussion web sites, Social networking services, Blogs, Wikis, Games & virtual worlds}
Washington University in St. Louis

19. Library 2.0 & Social Networking
{Blogging, Bookmarks/Tags, Group Project, Research Paper, RSS, Web 2.0 Tools, Grading and Integrity, Library 2.0 & Web 2.0 Resources, Living Bibliography,Blogs & RSS, Flickr, Gaming, IM, Library 2.0–Participation & Redesign, Podcasting, Second Life & Virtual Worlds, Social Networking, Virtual Communities, Wikis}

20. Social Media for Information Professionals
{Affordance, Participation, Collaboration, Creation, Aggregation, Immersion}
Health Librarians Wiki, Canada

21.Personal Learning Environments, Knowledge & Networks
{Personal Learning Enviroments, extended web, critique of LMS, tools, ...}