Web 2.0 and education

Here is a small-ish post about how Web 2.0 can make the academic world more transparent. And, here is a rather lengthy apprisal of Web 2.0 in higher education:

Finally, Part 3 of the “Back to School with the Class of Web 2.0” series is here. During the last few weeks I have researched possible scenarios and real case studies of Web 2.0 in education in hopes to show others where we are with today’s education and where it could be. The article covers: educational blogging, photo sharing, educational podcasting, wikis, video sharing, Web 2.0 courses, School 2.0, and more. Also, if you are new to the series, don’t forget about Part 1 and Part 2!

I have already seen one example of Web 2.0 in higher education, and I am extremely impressed. Both the links are via Digg.


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