Internet Tools for Teacher Librarian

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Internet Tools for Teacher Librarian by Mind Map: Internet Tools for Teacher Librarian

1. RSS feed

1.1. Definition

1.2. Advantages

1.2.1. Update as soon as possible

1.2.2. Convenient

1.2.3. Personal

2. Blog

2.1. Definitions

2.1.1. web-based publication

2.1.2. disscuss group assignment

2.1.3. share work schedule

2.1.4. peer review each other work

2.2. Examples

2.2.1. Blogger

2.2.2. Students blog

2.2.3. Picasa

2.2.4. Technorati

2.3. Functions in education

2.3.1. publish own writting

2.3.2. disscuss group assignment

2.3.3. contain text, media, links

2.3.4. peer review each other work

2.3.5. collaborate on projects

2.3.6. manage their digital portfolio

2.4. Benifit

2.4.1. support different learning style

2.4.2. Encourages self–expression and creativity

2.4.3. every student gets and equal voice

2.4.4. engagement and reflection in learning

2.4.5. increase students’ motivation

3. tag and cloud

3.1. definition

3.2. function

3.2.1. grouping terms

3.3. weight in tag clouds

3.4. Using the Tag Cloud Tool

4. Web as a platform

4.1. protopage

4.1.1. New node

4.2. Online mindmap

4.2.1. Set up account in Mindmeister

4.2.2. Mindmeister if free a limited number of maps. Alternatively you can use

4.3. New node

4.4. New node

4.5. New node

5. Social Bookmarking

5.1. On-line Repositories

5.1.1. Youtube

5.1.2. Slideshare

5.1.3. Odeo

5.2. tag and cloud

5.2.1. wikipedia

5.3. Digging

5.4. Social repositories

5.4.1. Social networking

5.4.2. Sharing of digital content, private or public

5.4.3. management of favourites and creating playlists

5.5. Management and sharing of bookmarks