At the University of Wisconsin Whitewater, students enrolled in the course Social Media Optimization & the New Web learn and become “experts” on web applications
A backchannel is the use of networked computers to maintain several side-conversations while the main conversation is occurring concurrently. In higher education, a model of this would
The link below contains interesting statistics from the Pew Internet organization on internet usage and activities by generation. The most popular activities graph for each generation is particular interesting.
The Read-Write Matrix of Web 2.0 Tools for Learning Paul Left The horizontal axis shows who can read the published documents, the vertical axis who
Web 2.0: Good for Education? Trent Batson Trent Batson summarizes what Web 2.0 means for higher education: More interaction between knowers and learners occurs online
Future Learning Landscapes: Transforming Pedagogy through Social Software Catherine McLoughlin and Mark J. W. Lee Catherine McLoughlin and Mark J. W. Lee discuss the new