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Web 2.0 by Mind Map: Web 2.0
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Web 2.0

change in role of academy

organizes courses

curators

certification

working space

access

changes in learning

Not sure of the hierarchy here yet. Still looking for an a pattern and organization.

social media

informal learning

just in time learning

changes in student - teacher relation

PLEs

MOOCs

student-driven

student-owned

practices

changes in ownwership of knowledge

scholarship 2.0

change in scholarly practices and values

always on publication

open collaboration

changes in refereeing

online journals, papers, conferences, theses

My Geistesblitzes

read/write web

origins

web 1.0 / Read only

Took expertise to create content. Static

Berners-Lee's original vision

email as most powerful app

usenet BBS

New node

1st gen 2.0 apps: user-driven

blogs-1999

wikis - 1995

IM and SMS

2nd gen 2.0 social apps:

User-driven or enterprise? This is where produsage enters  

MySpace

Facebook

twitter

tumbler

flickr

google docs

MindMeister

del.icio.us

technorati

blogger

wikis

WordPress

Quora

development on the desktop

participate by multiple means

That is, by voice or IM while collaborating on a document in google doc ...  

participate by multiple devices

cell, laptop, desktop, ...

multiple devices access common content

participate in multiple modes

That is, by voice or IM while collaborating on a document in google doc ...

fostering

person to person contact

collaboration

sharing

folksonomy

findability

increased social networking

micro marketing

critiques

hype in the manner of web 1.0 bubble

but also fostering

amateurism

suspicion of expertise and professionalism

equating of authority with authenticity

impatience: sense of instant availability

consumerist perspective of knowledge and people

new literacy

In progress. Needs org at node level -

collaborative language

sophistic rhetoric

visual literacies

habit and methods of critique

sense of history

transliteracy

models and theories of evaluation

dialogic

multimodal texts

pedagogy 2.0

changes in access

mobile learning

SL and other immersive environs

what stays the same

constructivism

MOOCs

PLEs

New node

business 2.0

micro marketing

viral advertising

customer created content

...

Where Next?

web 3.0

semantic web

produsage

bruns, mainly