Web 2.0 Booklet

Monday, September 04, 2006

Table of Contents #13 AMENDED

A slightly pruned version of the ToC follows. Nearly half the contributors are female, which I'm quite pleased about, and it's all getting pretty exciting. There are some great ideas for future projects being planned, so keep looking here for updates. Remember: if you want to be notified by RSS, here's the feed URL: http://web2booklet.blogspot.com/atom.xml. If you still haven't looked at the first edition (tut tut), look here.

For the second edition, I'm looking for case studies of how the first edition was used. I want to see if it made an impact. Some great stories are already coming through. You can email me about it.

I'm also looking for someone to write about online etiquette for the second edition. Yes, I could do it myself, but it's nice to get other people involved. Please let me know if you're interested.

Finally, before leaving you in peace to look at the latest table of contents, Shawn Wheeler has literally just emailed me to tell me that the number of subscribers to the audio version of the book is now an incredible 391 . To join them, go to Podomatic and search for "Coming of Age", and take it from there.

Terry Freedman
The Educational Technology: ICT in Education website

Draft Table Of Contents (Version 13)

Items marked * are new to or updated in the second edition

(Tbc) = To Be Confirmed

TF = Terry Freedman (Note: if anyone wishes to take over some of the stuff I’ve allocated to myself, don’t be backwards in coming forward!)

Section 1: Introductory Section

1. Preliminary Information TF

2. * Quotes: What They Said About The First Edition TF

3. * The Contributors: Quick Reference Guide including note about availability for presentations TF

4. Introduction TF

5. * Introduction To The 2nd Edition TF

6. * Quickstart Guide: How To Get The Most Out Of This Book TF

7. * Glossary Of Terms Used TF – to be checked by Steve Lee

8. A Note On Spelling TF

Section 2: Cool Tools: An Overview

9. Effective E-Learning Through Collaboration -- Steve Lee & Miles Berry

10. * Website Review: Shambles/Web2 -- By Elaine Freedman

11. * Open source and web 2.0 – Miles Berry

12. * The Web 2.0 experience: a mature learner’s perspective -- Damaris Revell

13. *Did you know…: some interesting statistics – Clarence Fisher

14. What Are Rss Feeds And Why Haven’T I Heard About It?(Rss Feeds From An Educator’S Perspective) -- John Evans

15. Book Review: Redefining Literacy For The 21St Century TF

16. * Book Review: Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts TF

17. Book Review: New Tools For Learning TF

Section 3: Blogging

18. Blogging: Shift Of Control -- Alan November

19. Factoring Web Logs To Their Fundamentals -- David Warlick

20. Virtual Support Via The Blogosphere -- Mechelle De Craene

21. The International Edublog Awards -- Josie Fraser

22. * The Blog.Ac.Uk Conference-- Josie Fraser

23. * Blogs You Must Read! TF

24. * Review of Blogrolling TF

25. Elgg And Blogging In Primary Education -- Miles Berry

26. Using Blogs In School TF

27. Thinking About Creativity: Thinking About Blogs! -- Peter Ford

28. * Book Review: Classroom Blogging: A Teacher’S Guide To The Blogosphere 2Nd Edition TF

Section 4: Podcasting

29. Diary Of A Potential Podcasting Junkie -- Chris Smith

30. Podcasting -- Dai Thomas

31. Finding And Subscribing To A Podcast Via Itunes TF

32. Obtaining Information About A Podcast In Itunes TF

33. Giving Students A Second Listen -- Shawn Wheeler

34. Podcasting: A Review Of Recording Devices TF

35. Other Useful Websites TF

36. Recording A Podcast On A Computer TF

37. Uses Of Podcasting In Schools TF

38. * Getting started in podcasting in the Grade 6-12 curriculum: the tools and procedures you need for success – Julie Lindsay

39. * Case study: Podcasting in Preoria: How is podcasting being used in one school district? -- Shawn Wheeler

40. * Cool tools for podcasters: a round-up of some of the coolest things we've come across for your podcast -- Shawn Wheeler

41. * Case study: Podcast Bangladesh -- Julie Lindsay

42. * Blogging Vs Podcasting: How To Decide -- Steve Dembo

Section 5: Photography

43. Photo-Sharing And Clip-Art -- TF

44. * Review Of Preloadr -- TF

45. * Educational uses of photo-sharing – David Muir

46. * Geotagging and Flickr – Miles Berry

Section 6: Digital Storytelling

47. * Digital Storytelling: A Practical Classroom Management Strategy (this was the title on the article) -- Mechelle De Craene

48. * Digital Storytelling -- David Jakes

49. * Web Image Stories: Learning about the Power of Narrative and Language by Leaving out the Words -- Barbara Ganley

50. * Digital Storytelling -- Catherine Howell & Dr Helen Barrett

51. * Product Review: Photo Story 3 -- TF

Section 7: Wikis

52. Wikis: An Introduction -- TF

53. * Cellphedia -- Limor Garcia & -- TF

54. Podcasting And Wikis -- Ewan Mcintosh

55. Wikipedia Vs Britannica -- TF

56. Wikiville: An Interview With John Bidder

Section 8: Vlogging

57. Video Blogging: Terry Freedman Interviews Paul Knight

58. Video Blogging In Schools -- TF

59. * Online Video Services, Digital Rights Management And Vlogging: A Guide To What's Out There And How To Use It In Your Classroom -- Leon Cych

60. * Videoconferencing (tbc) -- Damaris Revell

61. * Web 2.0 Video Editing -- Chris Smith

Section 9: Other Aspects Of Web 2.0

62. Social Bookmarking -- TF

63. * Social Bookmarking And Tagging As Learning Aids – David Muir

64. * Social Technologies: their potential in teaching and learning – Annette Lamb and Larry Johnson

65. Forums, Instant Messaging And Other Ways To Participate

66. * Google Earth -- Mechelle De Craene

67. * What's Available For Mac Users? -- Peggy George

68. * Moodle: What’s all the fuss about? (tbc) -- Damaris Revell

Section 10: Issues

69. * Embedding technology through Web 2.0 tools (tbc) -- Derek Wenmoth

70. * The Digital Divide And Web 2.0 -- Bonnie Bracey

71. * Virtual Identity: As You Like It-- Mechelle De Craene

72. * Video Blogging And Cell Phones As Agents Of Social Empowerment: Food For Thought For Older Students -- Brittany Shoot

73. * Information Fluency Meets Web 2.0 -- Joyce Valenza

74. * Security: The Spectre At The Feast? – David Harley

75. * Security And Safety Resources – David Harley (With Judith Harley)

76. * Security in Education: Who Needs It? – David Harley

77. * Online Etiquette-- ?? Need An Author For This!

78. * Digital Safety – Nancy Willard

79. * Digital safety: a student’s perspective – – Interview with Helen Rendell

80. * Authentic Assessment with Electronic Portfolios using Common Software and Web 2.0 Tools – Dr Helen Barrett

Section 11: Implementing Web 2.0 In The Classroom, A Holistic Approach

81. * The Role Of Educational Leaders In Implementing Web 2.0 – Miguel Guhlin

82. * Flat Classrooms: The Classroom As A Learning Engine -- David Warlick

83. * Web 2.0 And Inclusion: Involving Pupils Not At School – Elaine Freedman

84. * Personal Learning Environments: what they are, and why they are useful – Graham Attwell

85. * Beyond The School Gates: Web 2 And Parental Involvement Cheryl Oakes & Bob Sprankle

86. * The importance of learning networks – Clarence Fisher

87. * The Power of Pedagogy and Audience (weaving web 2.0 tools in the classroom)-- Darren Kuropatwa

88. * Implementing Web 2.0 In The Classroom – Vicki Davis

89. * WEB 2.0 AS A TEACHING TOOLSET FOR CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION -- Joel Yuvienco

90. * Collaboration In Online Projects, -- Jennifer Wagner

91. * Using Skype -- Barbara Sawhill

92. * Case Studies (Throughout The Book) Contributions from Cheryl Oakes; Christine McIntosh; JL—tbc

Section 12: Now What?

93. * What’s out there: a round-up of useful resources (tbc)

94. Further Reading -- TF

95. * Book Review: The Long Tail – TF

96. * Book Review: The World Is Flat – Sharon Peters

97. * Next Steps -- TF

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