Crowdsourcing Tools for Student Engagement #ozseries #webinar https://bit.ly/16ybxLV Crowdsourcing Tools for Student Engagement
Web 2.0 for the Under 13s crowd http://mgleeson.edublogs.org/2012/07/05/web-2-0-for-the-under-13s-crowd/ Web 2.0 for the Under 13s crowd
The difficulty with some sitesí policies is that they donít all state emphatically that Under 13s are not allowed.
They just refer vaguely to not being intended for use or not knowingly seeking personal information from Under 13s.
In some cases we have personally contacted sites to confirm their policy. I recommend you do the same Ė Iím not a lawyer; Iím just expressing my opinions.
The links here generally take you to the Policy or FAQ sections to explain use/non-use by students under 13.
MakeUseOf https://www.makeuseof.com/ Welcome to MakeUseOf, a booming daily blog that features cool websites, computer tips, and downloads that make you more productive.
The aim of MakeUseOf is to guide you through the web and tell you about hot websites that you have never heard of, free alternatives to popular software programs, and all kinds of ďhow toĒ tips for Windows, Mac and Linux computer users.
All Things Digital https://www.wsj.com/news/technology All Things Digital ... a Web site devoted to news, analysis and opinion on technology, the Internet and media. But it is different from other sites in this space.
It is a fusion of different media styles, different topics, different formats and different sources.
Because the site is wholly owned by Dow Jones, publisher of The Wall Street Journal, we aim to adhere to the journalistic standards of the best of the mainstream media. But, because it is run autonomously as a small online start-up, we aim to exhibit the fresh thinking and nimbleness of the best of the new media.
We want to be first, and sassy, but also well sourced and accurate. We will offer lots of opinion and analysis, but plenty of fact as well.
FeedMyApp ... daily Web2 Apps updates https://feedmyapp.com/ FeedMyApp ... daily Web2 Apps updates
Feedmyapp is a Web 2.0 Directory with the best and latest web 2.0 sites, daily updated.
We classify web apps by tagging them and creating a brief description for each one listed.
You can browse by tag or you can search for apps using the top search box.
ReadWriteWeb https://readwrite.com/ ReadWriteWeb is a blog that provides Web Technology news, reviews and analysis.
It began publishing on April 20, 2003 and is now one of the most widely read and respected blogs in the world. It has around 250,000 RSS and email subscribers. ReadWriteWeb was founded by Richard MacManus and is written by a team of Web enthusiasts.
Silicon Alley Insider https://www.businessinsider.com/sai Silicon Alley Insider is a business site, produced by and for the New York digital business community.
We cover the intersection of the technology, media, and communications industries, with a focus on companies and people making waves in New York.
Specifically, we provide news, commentary, and discussion about digital publishing, entertainment, news, music, social networking, mobile, and gaming.
TechCrunch https://techcrunch.com/ TechCrunch, founded on June 11, 2005, is a weblog dedicated to obsessively profiling and reviewing new Internet products and companies ... including Web 2.0
In addition to covering new companies, we profile existing companies that are making an impact (commercial and/or cultural) on the new web space.
Top technology news headlines at CNET (inc Web2.0) https://www.cnet.com/news/ Top technology news headlines at CNET (inc Web2.0)
CNET.com shows you the exciting possibilities of how technology can enhance and enrich your life. We provide you with information, tools, and advice that help you decide what to buy and how to get the most out of your tech.
Mashable https://sea.mashable.com/ Mashable : this is a very active website listing new web 2.0 sites even before they become public.
The team of contributors provide thorough and honest reviews and news about the new sites that appear. (and disappear)
There is a daily newsletter that you can subscribe to .. but be warned .. it can be so interesting you could spend a lot of time each day following up on their new listings. Highly recommended
Emily Chang - eHub http://emilychang.com/ehub/ Emily Chang - eHub
Emily Chang is an award-winning web and interaction designer, technology strategist and co-founder of Ideacodes, a design and web consultancy in San Francisco that she started with long-time partner, Max Kiesler ... she is the founder of eHub
eHub has a team of contributors which not only list the latest web 2.0 sites that appear but also provide excellent descriptions and reviews.
The site also produces interviews/podcasts with some of the web 2.0 site creators.
Web 2.0 websites listed on Shambles http://www.shambles.net/web2 Web 2.0 websites listed on Shambles
A comprehensive list of web 2.0 sites with an emphasis on those that may be relevant to teaching and learning.
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