This presentation was shared as the introduction to my “Welcome to Web 2.0” workshop on Friday, March 24, 2006 in Orlando, Florida at the annual SITE conference. To introduce workshop participants to both the definition and capabilities of web 2.0 or read/write web technologies, I shared several stories about using these tools to communicate and engage in a global conversation with others. The complete, linked workshop curriculum is shared online under a Creative Commons Attribution-Only license, please feel free to utilize any of these resources for your own educational workshops or other purposes.

Program Length: 41 min, 04 sec
File size: 9.9 MB

Podcast 14 April 2006(Click here to listen to this podcast)

Show notes for this podcast include:

  1. Welcome to Web 2.0 workshop curriculum
  2. International Skypecast: Defining and Telling the New Story
  3. David Warlick’s podcast: Reflections on Wesley Fryer’s International Skypecast on “Telling the New Story”
  4. Mark Ahlness’ 3rd Grade Mighty Writers
  5. Mike Muir on type 1 and type 2 technology uses
  6. ClustrMaps
  7. David Warlick’s blog

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