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This case study was part of a national project on social computing in schools. It focuses upon one of the four modes
To celebrate National Poetry Month, the Northwestern University Collaboratory Project invites K-12 classrooms to participate in National Poetry Month. Students create, share, publish and discuss poetry online. Attendees view examples of student poetry and discussions; discuss the values of online publication; and learn how they can be part of these exciting Collaboratory Sponsored Projects. Participants in this session will participate as students in a Collaboratory Sponsored Project.
Students in my Interactive Media class use Web 2.0 tools such as wikis, blogs and office 2.0 tools in place of those tools traditionally delivered by the internal network to plan, reflect on and document their work, and to create, present and deliver their projects. To assist in the monitoring of student participation, an aggregator is used in conjunction with RSS feeds. This presentation demonstrates how the learning process can be democratised by empowering students to take control of their workflow, engaging them and providing them with rich learning opportunities provided by Web 2.0 applic
This session provides existing and potential school ICT leaders who are interested in web based applications providing new opportunities for online communication and collaboration. ICT has the potential to enhance the management and administrative capacity of schools by automating processes, thereby freeing school managers to focus on instructional leadership. Teched's online web based applications, automate school scheduling tasks, making paper based systems obsolete.
ACCE Partners
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ACCE Partners
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