Welcome to the Web 2.0 Sampler at the 23rd Annual Distance Teaching and Learning Conference in Madison, Wisconsin. We look forward to sharing with you some of the exciting new Web 2.0 technologies that can be used to enable and facilitate distance teaching and learning.
This is a full-day workshop for faculty, instructional technologists, designers, and others interested in Web 2.0, showcasing innovative uses of technology and innovative approaches to pedagogy in distance teaching and learning. We will focus on identifying principles of good practice in the application of these technologies. Hands-on work with the Web 2.0 applications will be emphasized. This session will be highly interactive. Participants will gain an in-depth understanding of a variety of new and emerging technologies and their application to the online learning environment.
Deb Antoine, Instructional Designer/Web Developer
Emily Welch, Instructional Designer/Web Developer
Ray Schroeder, Professor Emeritus/Director of OTEL
University of Illinois at Springfield
8:30 Introductions: Presenters, Participants and Program Goals
The Web Is Us/ing Us!
Web 2.0 Big App on Campus!
9:30 Technology Overview - overview of each of our "baker's dozen" - and a few more. These will be interactive demonstration/discussions (there will be a break at ~10:30)
Team Assignment - Teams will be created at each table to work together in creating an instructional model using one, two or more Web 2.0 technologies in the afternoon session. Collaborative hands-on sessions will begin with team planning over lunch.
Lunch - Noon to 1:00 pm
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Afternoon - Hands-on Web 2.0 Development
Tim Berners-Lee on Web 3.0 (the Semantic Web)
3:00 pm Each team will present their final product
Electronic (Web 2.0) polling to select the "best in class" award for most creative and instructionally sound application.
Prizes will be awarded!