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Bloom's Digital Web2.0

Bloom's Digital Web2.0
This work compiled by:Kathy Beck, Instructional Technology Coordinator andKaren VanVliet, Media Specialist A little bit about Karen and Kathy - two girls who REALLY love exploring and sharing Technology for Educators and Students to integrate into the learning environment! Kathy has a BS in Elementary Ed and Psychology from the University of Pittsburgh and MA in Educational Media and Instructional Technology from Appalachian State University. She taught elementary students, taught in a computer lab, and has been working as an Instructional Technology Coordinator currently serving 7 schools, training Educators and working with teachers and students collaboratively on projects integrating technology. Karen has a Bachelors of Education in English as a Second Language from the University of Hawaii, a MS in Administration from the University of Notre Dame, and a Masters of Education in Educational Media from the University of South Alabama.

O que é a Web 2.0? Publicado: 05.01.2007 | 18:58 (GMT) Há quem critique o termo, mas os seus partidários destacam o poder acrescido que o utilizador tem na produção e consumo de conteúdos na rede. O termo "Web 2.0" foi criado pela empresa O'Reilly Media em 2004 e refere-se a uma segunda geração de serviços na Internet com enfâse na colaboração e partilha de informação. O que era um título de uma série de conferências tornou-se um rótulo definidor de uma série de "sites". Entre os partidários da Web 2.0, abundam as definições do que será esta nova realidade, também conhecida por Web Social, mas quase todas coincidem num ponto: o utilizador deixa de ser um mero receptor para passar a emissor (no YouTube qualquer um pode colocar vídeos na internet). Segundo Tim O'Reilly, fundador da O'Reilly Media, a Web 2.0 "é a mudança para uma internet como plataforma, e um entendimento das regras para obter sucesso nesta nova plataforma. Pedro Riosprr @ icicom.up.ptFoto: DR Votar: a Pontos: 10 | Classificação: 5.00

Excellent Chart Featuring Useful Web Tools for The Under 13s Several of the web tools available online have restriction for the under 13 years old. This is really frustrating because students in primary schools are therefore restricted from using digital media in their learning. There are, however, a select few of web platforms that support this age category and provides access to the under 13 but still some of these tools require parental permission. Mark from Mr G Online has done a wonderful work by compiling a variety of web tools that are kids friendly. He divided them int 3 categories those that are available for free for the under 13s, those available for this same age category but are paid and another section for web tools restricted to 13 and over. I invite you to read the original article of Mark from which this chart is taken.

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PowToon : Online business presentation software to create free, cool, animated, powerpoint video alternatives Mural.ly - Google Docs for Visual People 12 Excellent New Web Tools for Teachers 1- EQuizShow EQuizShow is a great app for teachers who want a quick and easy way to engage students and have them ready for exams or assessments tests. It allows you to easily create a jeopardy quiz show for your students. 2- FatURL FatURL is a link sharing service provided to you free of charge by Name.ly platform .The service enables you to forward multiple long or short URLs with just one single URL. You can then share this new URL with friends, add more URLs to it or delete it. 3- Every Stock Photo This a search engine for free photos. LikeHack is super easy and powerful tool. 5- Feedspot This a great tool where you can read all your favorite websites in one place and discover new good ones. 6- PDF Mergy As its name indicates, this is a free web tool that you can use to merge PDF files , The process if very easy and does not require any software installation 7- Tranquillity GeoSettr is a geography game that allows users to create their own games using Google Street View locations. 9- Quibl

El mundo de los metadatos aplicados a las bibliotecas En las tareas relacionadas con el proceso técnico todos hemos visto y conocido su evolución, y los que somos bibliotecarios y afortunadamente podemos dedicarnos a ello, hemos visto que la normalización ha sido uno de los grandes pasos que nos han facilitado el trabajo a todos, aunque haya veces que no lo parezca :D Hemos podido trabajar y aplicar la ISBD, ahora estamos “empapándonos” de la ISBD consolidada, hemos trabajado con el formato Ibermarc, con el Marc21 (y seguimos haciéndolo), etc., pero ahora estamos sumergidos en el mundo de los metadatos, normalización imprescindible para poder “estandarizar virtualmente lo catalogado”, me gusta más que la expresión de “datos sobre datos” :D La BNE en su apartado de Normas Internacionales nos habla también de los metadatos y nos proporciona la siguiente información sobre dicha materia: Cómo explica María Jesús Lamarca Lapuente en su obra ” Hipertexto: El nuevo concepto de documento en la cultura de la imagen”. ¡ Gracias #documaniac@s! Me gusta:

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