Introduction:


There is no way that a single page of a Wiki is an environment dynamic enough to capture the broad and ever-changing world of Web 2.0 Technologies

This page links to some of the more recent resources that I have used in workshops. For a more up to date set of links to tools, visitors are advised to visit my saved links here. http://delicious.com/boomer11

A great blog for showing Web 2 tools and collecting comments from teachers is http://www.freetech4teachers.com/ Also has great integration ideas.

Web workshop notes


A recent slideshow I have used in a workshop:

Web 2 For English
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This links to a handout allowing participants to record username and password for some common sites used in workshops.

Here is a link to a series of documents on blogging with students shared under a CC3.0 license by Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano www.langwitches.org/blog.
There are some good ideas and references in the posts and pdfs.

Links to good Educational Blogs and Wikis


Web 2 For Principals is a great resource by John Pearce in Australia.

Julie Squires' Year 11 English Wiki is a great example of a teacher wiki for a course.

The Bright Ideas site of the School Library Association of Victoria has some featured blogs and wikis on its sidebar. More can be found via search.

Resources on this Topic Shared By Others

Will Richardson's Wiki on "Why the Read/Write Web Changes Everything"
Will Richardson'sResource Wiki for his presentations and workshops.