Web 2.0


«Web 2.0 signifies a participatory culture in which there is greater opportunity to initiate, produce, and share one’s creations; to engage in peer-to-peer learning; and to become a global citizen, capable of communicating and working in diverse contexts».
Jenkins (2007)

Ο όρος “Web 2.0” αναφέρεται στην εστίαση στο χρήστη, στη σχεδίαση λογισμικού που εξαρτάται σε κύριο βαθμό από τους χρήστες του καθώς το περιεχόμενο, όπως συμβαίνει στα Flickr, Wikipedia, Del.icio.us, ή YouTube, συνεισφέρεται από χιλιάδες ή εκατομμύρια χρήστες. Για το λόγο αυτό το “Web 2.0” επίσης καλείται συμμετοχικό Web.
  • O χρήστης δεν είναι πλέον ένας θεατής, ένας πελάτης, ένας καταναλωτής.
  • Ο χρήστης είναι ένας ενεργοποιητικός παράγοντας που φέρεται λογικά (με την οικονομική έννοια του όρου) και ο οποίος εκπληκτικά συχνά συμπεριφέρεται συνεργατικά και αλτρουιστικά


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Για μελέτη

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  3. CLEX - Committee of Inquiry into the Changing Learner Experience (2009). Higher Education in a Web 2.0
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  5. Charles Crook (2008) BECTA: Web 2.0 technologies for learning at Key Stages 3 and 4
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  10. Mlzuko Ito et all (2010). Kids Living and Learning with New Media. MacArthur Foundation, MIT Press
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Χρήσιμοι διαδικτυακοί πόροι


  1. Freedman Terry (2010). The Amazing Web 2.0 Projects Book (free eBook)
  2. The Super Book of Web Tools for Educators
  3. Web 2.0 Projects in Education
  4. Back-to-School Guide: Jump Start Learning With New Media, Edutopia




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TWAB2010: Steven Pemberton - Social 3.0 from Chi Nederland on Vimeo.



Web 3.0 from Kate Ray on Vimeo.





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