This term web2.0 is being tossed around so much lately. We have moved from being Internet browsers or readers to web participants and contributors. Web2.0 is a concept more than a "thing". In web2.0 application, you become an editor to the content. You can add, edit or delete information depending on the level of privileges the initial page designer has authorized.
Some of the sites below are easy to use for educators. A great example of this type of interaction is a wiki. Go to the wiki link to learn more.

Sites to check out:
1. Wikispaces.com - Why reinvent the wheel? Here is a great review of wikis from another educator.

2. Netvibes.com is a custom made web 2.0 home page solution. This service is free and gives the user the ability: to create a personalized page with the content they like, to put together data feeds and services from web 2.0 with a very simple interface
to access your page anytime and from any computer.

3. Social networking is a term referring to websites where users create pages and allow them to become public or by membership. Many of the social networking sites are of a personal nature with published photos of the author, or personal information. In addition, they allow friends and family to contribute or post a message for all subscribers to view or comment on.
Some of the most popular social networking sites are; myspace.com, facebook.com, and xanga.com. There are many more of these, but they are the most popular at this time.

4. Flickr is a web2.0 site which allows you to publish your photos. There are hundreds of photo sharing sites, but this seems to be one of the most popular sites. Here are some addons to use with flickr pages: Flickr Mashups


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