While the Comment Challenge has ended the connections it created hasn’t. We loved the task aspect of the Challenge and wanted to continue but on a less intense basis. Our solution? Web 2.0 Wednesdays!
Each Wednesday Michele Martin will post a Web 2.0 activity for us to try. Please feel free to join us and have fun while you learn. If you blog your post please tag your posts web2.0wednesday plus save it to del.icio.us with the tag “web2.0wednesday” — the posts and items tagged to del.icio.us are feeding into this page of our wiki.
Web 2.0 Wednesday Task for 18 June
Our first task for Web 2.0 Wednesday was come up with a one-minute presentation for any of the following:
- Show someone how to use a Web 2.0 technology
- Explains a Web 2.0 technology and how it works
- Persuades people to use your favorite Web 2.0 technology
Now if you’re thinking I’m late completing this task (6 days) — think again! This wise one learned that “Slow and Steady Wins The Race!” by reflecting on how others complete the same task. So far we have:
- Kevin’s What is Web 2.0 ToonDoo
- Ken Allan’s Quick HTML tips
- Laurie Fowler’s Wordle Web 2.0
- Carla’s The Web2.0 in 64 seconds video
- Ines Web 2.0 Bilingual Approach
- Bud Deihl’s Web 2.0 Jott
- Kate Foy’s Web 2.0 Toolbox photo
- Dan Callahan’s Skitch for creating quick screengrabs
My 1 Min Presentation on Web 2.0
The most important aspects I would want to show anyone about Web 2.0 is:
- The sharing, collaborating and power of networks
- How you can harness Web 2.0 technologies to achieve greater innovation
So I sent the following request for help out to my twitter network to try demonstrate this in action:
- Explanations in Plain English Series – links provided by Britt Watwood, jsommermeyer, James Croft, onEnterFrame
- Liz Davis excellent 21st Century Tools Wiki – link provided by bcdtech
- Janning provided these words “Collectively we can create what can’t be done by individuals” with this Flickr photo which I have combined to create the following image. Image adapted from N’Dr3W licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic (Words on image supplied by Janning).
- Alec Couros “What Does the Network mean to you” created using a Voicethread – link provided by NZ Chrissy
I think we would all agree that collectively my network was considerably more innovative than what I could have achieved as an individual; thus demonstrating the true power of Web 2.0. Hope you join us for Web 2.0 Wednesday!
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