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 Bryan Alexander and Barbara Ganley's 2006 Educause Pre-conference Workshop Wiki


 Making Teaching Public Website




Bryan Alexander, EDUCAUSE Article, March/April 2007 Web 2.0: A New Wave of Innovation for Teaching and Learning?


Bryan Alexander,  ALA/ACRL Article, February 2007:

Using technology in teaching and learning: Resources to help you navigate a digital world


Todd Bryant, EDUCAUSE Quarterly,  Social Software in Academia


Edutopia Magazine


Hannah Green and Celia Hannon, Their Space: Education for a digital generation


Henry Jenkins et al, MacArthur Foundation White Paper, Confronting the Challenges of Participatory Culture: Media Education for the 21st Century


Tony Karrer on eLearning 2.0


Alan Levine on Uses of Free Web 2.0 Applications


Ewan McIntosh's post on Web 2.0 tools for learning


 Diana Oblinger, EDUCAUSE, Educating the Net Generation


 OEDB Story on How the Open Source Movement has Changed Education


Open Culture: Blog that explores cultural and educational media (podcasts, videos, online courses, etc.) that's freely available on the web, and that makes learning dynamic, productive, and fun.

PEW Research Center for the People and the Press Report January 2007: A Portrait of 'Generation Next": How Young People View their Lives, Futures and Politics


PEW Internet and American Life Project


Howard Rheingold's Presentation on Second Life:  Participatory Media and the Pedagogy of Civic Participation


 Will Richardson, Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts and Other Powerful Web Tools for Classrooms



WEBSITES and Interesting Posts


Educational Feeds  on all manner of educational topics


Chip Bruce of UICU Suite of Presentations on Pragmatism, Distributed Knowledge andInquiry-Based Learning



"a place to view and share educational material made of small knowledge chunks called modules that can be organized as courses, books, reports, etc. Anyone may view or contribute:

  • authors create and collaborate
  • instructors rapidly build and share custom collections
  • learners find and explore content"  Some 4000 modules posted!


OER Commons, shared materials for K-university teaching and learning


Learning 2.0

an online self-discovery program that encourages the exploration of web 2.0 tools and new technologies, specifically 23 Things.


HigherEd BloggerCon 2006: transforming academic communities with new tools of the social web


Examples of Web 2.0 from Columbia University Courses


A List of Helpful Sites


Leigh Blackall's Blog filled with Screencasts of How-to's


Sega Tech on Why Students Should Play Online Chess


NING,  making your own social networked site  (mini-MySpace)


Segatech on Networked POV: Creating Collaborative, Web-based Graphic Organizers and Mind Maps


PBS Resources for K-12 Teachers


Presentation Zen: Ira Glass on Storytelling


Teachers Teaching Teachers Website and Webcasts


New Zealand TKL Online Learning Resources


Adult Literacy Education Wiki


Karl Fisch via Presentation: "Shift Happens"


Myliteracies" Learning about the Net Generation through Livejournal

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