This podcast is a recording of a presentation I shared at EduComm 2007 on June 19, 2007, in Anaheim, California. We hear a great deal of buzz in the blogosphere about web 2.0 and the read/write web. Are these developments truly revolutionary for learning, or merely evolutionary? In this presentation I took on this question and examined ten different read/write web technologies which can be used to engage students in the learning process, help them develop twenty-first century digital skills alongside traditional literacy skills, and provide moderated / controlled platforms for school districts to help their students and teachers share their voices with others on the global stage of the world-wide web.
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