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Internet tools and their Applications for Teacher-librarians by Mind Map: Internet tools and their Applications for Teacher-librarians
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Internet tools and their Applications for Teacher-librarians

Lecture 3

Risal

Blog

Lecture 4

prepared by Stephanie FUNG Hiu-fai (S07FHF)

RSS Feeds

RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication, which provides an updated list of content from a site

Podcasting

Mind-mapping

Lecture 2: Web 2.0 (The YOU Era)

My Experience on Web 2.0 I had tried to use e-Bay and Yahoo to sell something I did not want for several times. Although e-Bay was free, I found out that Yahoo is more successful in helping me to sell out the price and also with higher price. Maybe it is because e-Bay is more common among foreigners while Yahoo is more popular among Hong Kong people. I had also tried to search infomration using Youtube, Wikipedia and flickr. I found all these were quite helpful searching tools. I could even search some interesting cartoons to watch for relaxation. On top of these, I once developed my blog on my lovely pets in Chinese, however, I found myself not very talkative on blogs and not many people visited my blog either. So I finally stopped writing on that blog. Generally, I think Web 2.0 is highly related to my life and I like using them. Do you have any comments to me?

RISAL

My Tags (Kerry Cheng LM) blog   catalogging   copyright   farming   integrated humanities   intensive farming   lesson plan   organic farming   reading   reading promotion   resources   teacher   teacher librairan   teacher librarian   teaching resources   video  

Blog

WiKi

Lecture 5

Open Source

Lecture 1

Web 2.0 Paradigm

What is Web 2.0?