Exploring Web 2.0 in the classroom and beyond The aim of this workshop is to demonstrate the importance and relevance of Web 2.0 tools in the twenty-first century classroom as demonstrated by the research of individuals such as Marc J.
This is part two of the “Back to School with the Class of Web 2.0″ series. In this blog, we will cover web-based alternatives to desktop office applications including: word processing, presentations, diagrams, spreadsheets, and more.
The year 2010 is almost ended. We have explored and reviewed so many useful tools and resources for you all the year. Today, we are going to take a look on few of the web apps we have featured that we think you would like bookmark for 2011.
All the Web 2.0 technology tools you need to get started experimenting with this new advancement in interactive and productive internet experiences, over one thousand (1,000) web based tools listed here in our Web2.0 favorites.
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