Web 2.0 Booklet

Friday, October 20, 2006

Draft ToC #17

Draft Table Of Contents (Version 17)

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

(Tbc) = To Be Confirmed

Section 1: Introductory Section

1) Preliminary Information TF

2) Quotes: What They Said About The First Edition TF including a special chapter by Drew Buddie: What it did for me

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) Uses for RSS feeds – Q. d'Souza

16) Book Review: Redefining Literacy For The 2St Century TF

17) Book Review: Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts TF

18) Book Review: New Tools For Learning TF

Section 3: Blogging

19) Blogging: Shift Of Control -- Alan November

20) Factoring Web Logs To Their Fundamentals -- David Warlick

21) Virtual Support Via The Blogosphere -- Mechelle De Craene

22) The International Edublog Awards -- Josie Fraser

23) The Blog.Ac.Uk Conference-- Josie Fraser

24) Blogs You Must Read! Josie Fraser (+Julie LindsayTF)

25) Review of Blogrolling TF

26) Elgg And Blogging In Primary Education -- Miles Berry

27) Using Blogs In School TF

28) Thinking About Creativity: Thinking About Blogs! -- Peter Ford

29) Book Review: Classroom Blogging: A Teacher’S Guide To The Blogosphere 2Nd Edition TF

30) Software review: * review of Classblogmeister – Drew Buddie

31) Case study – Progress Report: A Blog Success – C McIntosh

Section 4: Podcasting

32) Diary Of A Potential Podcasting Junkie -- Chris Smith

33) Podcasting -- Dai Thomas

34) Finding And Subscribing To A Podcast Via Itunes TF

35) Obtaining Information About A Podcast In Itunes TF

36) Giving Students A Second Listen -- Shawn Wheeler

37) Podcasting: A Review Of Recording Devices TF

38) Other Useful Websites TF

39) Recording A Podcast On A Computer TF

40) Uses Of Podcasting In Schools TF

41) Getting started in podcasting in the curriculum for the 10-18 age group: the tools and procedures you need for success – Julie Lindsay

42) Case study: Podcasting in Preoria: How is podcasting being used in one school district? -- Shawn Wheeler

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

44) Case study: Podcast Bangladesh -- Julie Lindsay

45) Blogging Vs Podcasting: How To Decide -- Steve Dembo

Section 5: Photography

46) Photo-Sharing And Clip-Art -- TF

47) Review Of Preloadr -- TF

48) Educational uses of photo-sharing – David Muir

49) Geotagging and Flickr – Miles Berry

Section 6: Digital Storytelling

50) Digital Storytelling: A Practical Classroom Management Strategy -- Mechelle De Craene

51) Digital Storytelling 2.0 -- David Jakes

52) Stories Without Words: A Simple Strategy to Teach Big Lessons with the Web -- Barbara Ganley

53) Product Review: Photo Story – TF

54) Digital Stories in ePortfolios: Multiple Purposes and Web 2.0 Tools – Dr H Barrett

Section 7: Wikis

55) Wikis: An Introduction -- TF

56) Cellphedia -- Limor Garcia & -- TF

57) Podcasting And Wikis -- Ewan Mcintosh

58) Wikipedia Vs Britannica -- TF

59) Using Wikis in the classroom – Drew Buddie

60) Wikiville: An Interview With John Bidder

Section 8: Video and related matters

61) Online Video Services, IP and Digital Rights Management, Video, Vlogging and Screencasting: A Guide To What's Out There And How To Use It In Your Classroom -- Leon Cych

62) Video Blogging: Terry Freedman Interviews Paul Knight

63) Video Blogging In Schools -- TF

64) Videoconferencing (tbc) -- Damaris Revell

65) Digital Multimedia: the lowdown on editing and other ramblings -- Chris Smith

66) Using Video iPods for revision-- Dai Thomas

Section 9: Other Aspects Of Web 2.0

67) Social Bookmarking -- TF

68) Social Bookmarking And Tagging As Learning Aids – David Muir

69) Social Technologies: their potential in teaching and learning – Annette Lamb and Larry Johnson

70) Forums, Instant Messaging And Other Ways To Participate -- TF

71) Using forums creatively – Drew Buddie

72) The 3 G's of education....GPS, Geocaching and Google Earth

73) Google Earth -- Mechelle De Craene

74) Learning to Make Use of Google Earth: A review of www.kokae.com by Drew Buddie

75) What's Available For Mac Users? -- Peggy George

76) Moodle: What’s all the fuss about? (tbc) -- Damaris Revell & Drew Buddie

77) 2nd life as an educational tool – Ross Perkins

78) Social networking sites - Menace or Man’s Ace? – Drew Buddie

79) On the lighter side -- Terry Freedman

Section 10: Institutional issues

80) Implementing Moodle in the classroom – Drew Buddie

81) Implementing Moodle in an LEA or School District – Ian Usher

82) What do colleges and universities need to know about Web 2.0 – Christine Greenhow

83) Overcoming institutional inertia – Terry Freedman

Section 11: Educational Issues

84) Embedding technology through Web 2.0 tools -- Derek Wenmoth

85) The Digital Divide And Web 2.0 -- Bonnie Bracey

86) Virtual Identity: As You Like It-- Mechelle De Craene

87) Video Blogging And Cell Phones As Agents Of Social Empowerment: Food For Thought For Older Students -- Brittany Shoot

88) Information Fluency Meets Web 2.0 -- Joyce Valenza

89) Security: The Spectre At The Feast? – David Harley

90) Security And Safety Resources – David Harley (With Judith Harley)

91) Security in Education: Who Needs It? – David and Judith Harley

92) Online Etiquette – Barbara Sawhill

93) Digital Safety – Nancy Willard; Brittany Shoot

94) Digital safety: a student’s perspective: Vicki Davis

95) Authentic Assessment with Electronic Portfolios using Common Software and Web 2.0 Tools – Dr Helen Barratt

96) Web 2.0 and High-stakes testing -- Wes Fryer

97) Web 2.0 and standards – TF

98) Using blogs for self-evaluation – D Buddie

Section 12: Implementing Web 2.0 In The Classroom, A Holistic Approach

99) The Role Of Educational Leaders In Implementing Web 2.0 – Miguel Guhlin

100) Flat Classrooms: The Classroom As A Learning Engine -- David Warlick

101) A scaleable 2st Century teaching and learning model -- Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach

102) Web 2.0 And Inclusion: Involving Pupils Not At School – Elaine Freedman

103) Personal Learning Environments: what they are, and why they are useful – Graham Attwell

104) Beyond The School Gates: Web 2 And Parental Involvement Cheryl Oakes & Bob Sprankle

105) The importance of learning networks – Clarence Fisher

106) Distributed Teaching and Learning -- Darren Kuropatwa

107) Implementing Web 2.0 In The Classroom – Vicki Davis

108) Web 2.0 As A Teaching Toolset For Creativity And Innovation -- Joel Yuvienco

109) Collaboration In Online Projects, -- Jennifer Wagner

110) Crossing Borders - social networking tools bringing schools together internationally – Drew Buddie

111) Using Skype -- Barbara Sawhill

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

Section 13: Pre-service teachers

113) Web 2.0 and preservice teachers - Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach

114) Web 2.0 and teacher trainees – Terry Freedman

Section 14: Now What?

115) What’s out there: a round-up of useful resources (Julie Lindsay)

116) Further Reading -- TF

117) Book Review: The Long Tail – TF

118) Book Review: The World Is Flat – Sharon Peters

119) Book Review: Flickr Hacks – Tips and Tools for sharing Photos Online – Drew Buddie

120) Next Steps -- TF