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The latest issue of TechTrends gives some recommendations for integrating selected web 2.0 accross the curriculum.

For science 2.0, some free tools are cited:

  • To assist in developping concept understanding, a diagramming tool (graphic organizer) called Gliffy
  • To leverage an issue or to write down your knowledge about a problem, use mind mapping tools: MindMeister or Mindomo
  • To collect data and analyze phases of science inquiry projects: Google Docs (MS Word ersatz) and EditGrid (MS Excel ersatz)
  • To present findings with disruptive channels: stunning presentations with Prezi

Oliver, Kevin. Integrating Web 2.0 accross the Curriculum. TechTrends, Vol.54, N°2, March/April 2010, pp.50-60

Written by hbasset

May 31, 2010 at 8:52 pm

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