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SIG Web 2.0

The Web 2.0 group will explore potentials of new technologies in facilitating communication among IASL members. It will also work on developing guidelines and tips on using Web 2.0 tools for conferences, SIGs, etc.

Website: http://iaslnewtools.wikispaces.com/
Members: 33
Latest Activity: Dec 6, 2013

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Comment by Mònica Ricart on March 18, 2013 at 11:53pm

Hello again!
Just let you know about a very innovative experience taken place this schoolar year in my school. It's a chat with an authoress, Eva Santana, through linoit.
The pink notes are by Eva Santana, the blue and green ones are by different teams of pupils on 6th level of our primary school (11-12 years).

Comment by Mònica Ricart on November 1, 2012 at 6:00pm

Hello, I'm Monica from Barcelona (Spain). I am a member of the technical educational team that is developping the schoolar library 2.0 guidelines at the Educational Department of the catalan governement (Generalitat).

I'm using some of the tools with diferent aproaches in "my" schoolar library blog. I'm very interested in this topic.

Greetings from Barcelona.

Comment by Jayashree Joshi on November 9, 2009 at 1:33am
Keen to know more about Web 2.0 and its applications to school libraries.
Comment by Vicki Laity on October 28, 2009 at 9:36am
Hello everyone
Pleased to be a member.
I live and work in Queensland Australia.
Comment by Lesley Farmer on March 20, 2009 at 12:39pm
so, folks, can we put together some best practices in terms of web 2.0, particularly for IASL events?
Comment by mariajosevitorino on March 4, 2009 at 8:19am
Jan, happy to get aware you are so much alive amd well, and creative on SL world... as usual! Let us know more about your working progress in Poland and everywhere - os is it ervywebhere? :D
Comment by Ingrid Skirrow on March 4, 2009 at 2:31am
Hello Niels and Dana,

I 'met' you both last week on the School lIbraries online Web 2.0 course organised by James and Sandra. It was a real 'learning curve' for me but I am going to continue to work hard at figuring it all out.
I found the course quite overwhelming but very exciting!

It looks as though the IB ( of interest if you are an International Baccalaureate School) if also getting on board with Web2.0 and will be starting their first course on March 16th: http://tripleaworkshops.ibo.org/

I participated in an IB online workshop for assessment for learning last September and that was my first experience of a VLE. Very interesting!

Hope to be in touch on this site a bit more.
Comment by Janek J. Korczynski on February 10, 2009 at 7:39pm
I now I teach a group of young programmers: 1b.vilogdansk.pl. (Now we are in Gdansk the winters school holidays with as : WINTER PROGRAMERS WORKSCHOP 2.0. se:

We're working on the development of Web 2.0 tools, based on the CMS Joomla 1.5.n (joomla.org) This system is open source and has a modular construction. We are new tools in this system.

I'm happy collaboration has been agreed in the creation of Web 2.0 tools for school libraries.
Comment by Janek J. Korczynski on February 10, 2009 at 7:24pm
Dear All!
I had a 1 year break in the implementation of projects, web 2.0 for libraries (my personal problems :-( ). Presented their proposals for the EVS support to school library 2.0 in WELS meetingu ENSIL (talked about below Maria Jose Vitorino).
Now, again, developing a strong Web 2.0 tools for education and libraries. In VI high school in Gdansk (Poland) implement its own project Active WEB 2.0: E-créatives Project and inner: Youth Ticket 2.0 to INFINITY Porject.
I would like to return to the proposals of cooperation and the implementation of the joint project. I prepare simple framework for cooperation in this project. I think - the first days of March 2009. Then invite you to cooperation.
Comment by Kate Dunigan AtLee on February 5, 2009 at 5:41am
It amazes me sometimes how much I overestimate my colleagues' tech abilities. I did a workshop yesterday on search (specifically Google) and I was astonished by how few of my fellow teachers knew how to perform a good search. I guess this is a SIG for techie folks, but do you all find that to be true as well?

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