Friday, August 08, 2008

UPDATED: Educational Uses of Web 2.0 Based Applications

Gordon Snyder and I led a half-day workshop Tuesday July 29th on the educational uses of Web 2.0. Here are the links we referenced in that presentation, with some updated information. We may turn this into a wiki and allow people to post tools they've found and used and comment on the list of tools. We may also record this as a podcast. Let us know what you think and what you'd like to see.

Our contact information:

Mike Qaissaunee mqaissaunee@brookdalecc.edu
Gordon Snyder gsnyder@stcc.edu

Our Podcast


Our blogs


Cell Phones


Webware

Office 2.0 Database
Google Docs
Zoho
Just added - Zimbra
Gliffy
Slideshare
280 Slides
Sliderocket
Just added - Flowgram - I have beta invites if needed

Just added - Online Mindmapping
blog posts on mindmapping
Wikipedia entry on Mind Maps
A Beginner's Guide to Mind Mapping Meetings
Mindmeister
Mindomo
Comapping
WiseMapping
Video


Information Gathering


Just added - Online Meeting-Screen/Application Sharing

DimDim
Yugma
Vyew
Zoho Meeting
Elluminate - free VRoom for up to 3 participants
Screen Stream
TeamViewer
Adobe ConnectNow - free for up to 3 participants
Micro-blogging

Twitter / Powne / Jaiku / Just added - Plurk

Social Networks


Ultra Aggregators


Bookmarks


Just added - Game Builders - not really Web 2.0, but worth looking at if you're interested in educational applications of gaming.

PlayCrafter
Game Maker

Zemanta Pixie

3 comments:

bethg said...

Hi Mike,

Thanks for including Elluminate vRoom on your list. We also have free 30-day trials of Elluminate Plan! for packaging content and activities before the live session and Elluminate Publish! for creating podcasts or standalone recordings after. Here's the link:
http://www.elluminate.com/next/index.jsp

- Beth Elluminate Goddess of Communication

Andrew_Mikogo said...

Hi Mike,

I'm hoping you will consider adding Mikogo to your list of Online Meeting Screen sharing tools.
Mikogo is a free online meeting tool where you can share your screen with up to 10 participants in real time. In fact all of the Mikogo features are included for free, no hidden catches. Some of the features include: switch presenter, remote keyboard and mouse control, application sharing and selection, file transfer, 256bit AES encryption, Skype Extra, and more...

Check out our website and please consider it for your list.

In the case of any questions, feel free to contact me.

Cheers,

Andrew
The Mikogo Team

Erica Malinowski said...

Thanks for the list of helpful online resources. Remote access software is particularly helpful. There are both free and low cost versions available. In fact, there are so many out there today that it can be difficult to find the one that suits. you best. For a comparison, check out: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_remote_desktop_software.

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