Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Web 2.0 in Education: Thursday November 28, 2007

In the News

Adobe Flex Builder 2 offered free of charge to regional educational institutions, students and faculty. Read More!!

"With Second Life and the "Real World," (Scott Russell Sanders) suggested, it's grown acceptable to sell fiction as truth." Read the Article from Brown University's student newspaper.

From the Twin Cities Daily Planet, "If we are experiencing a paradigm shift, we need to rethink and re-conceptualize education as new Web tools are developed. Information technology cannot be an add-on in our educational system. It needs to be an integral part of the curriculum."

Web 2.0: "This is the first technology in human history where the children are leading the adults." Read at the Huffington Post.



On the Blogosphere

Steve Spalding writes, "In Japan You Can Take Classes From Your Cell Phone."


From Darren Draper, "The 2007 Edublog Awards finalists are listed below (as posted here). If you choose not to vote, you'd at least do well to browse through this year's list of finalists - quite an extensive list of quality blogs..."

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