A Daily lesson?
If you are are up for a challenge and would like to learn something NEW
every day? keep an eye on this fascinating Blog
by a Reference Librarian located in Guam!Titled: The Internet can change your life : 'a series of daily assignments designed to teach the newby all all the wonderful things the Internet has to offer'
It's not too late to catch up, currently on Assignment #77.
New technologies are uncovered in a fun way, every post ends with the word PLAY!! which is the core theme of the original 'Learning 2.0' program' by the brilliant Helene Blowers.
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More FREE Online Tools
TWO of our Library Worker 2.0 Modules, Finding Information
and Creating Content
now have their own Blogs. All the information you need to help with your Projects is now online. No more lost notes or remembering where you put them!!Using 2.0 technologies to store information online
is a great way to get organised. Google Gmail
users can now take advantage of Zoho Planner
Schedule tasks, store files, set up a 'to do' list, keep track of your activities.
Why not Check out other Zoho Product
s, including Zoho Writer
, Zoho Wiki
Set up a Zoho Widget! ....or Zoho plugin for Microsoft Office!
is another simple way to take your own notes or use collaboratively. You can use it to prepare a business letter or share your latest a poem! It archives your work so you can always go back to an earlier version.
The web is full of Online storage repositorie
s including the photo manipulating and sharing sites:FlickrPhotobucketDumprPicasaWeb Based Office Suites
can be found at:Google DocsThinkFree
(Beta at the moment)Eyeos
(Open source software)
Create your own Widget
s at Yourminis
Let us know via the comment box in this Blog what you think of these great new technologies!
2.0 The Latest and Greatest!
Learning 2.0 has helped us understand the ever changing world of Web technology, and now we can see how the leading web sites in the field rank against each other on Movers 2.0,
a new website which follows Web 2.0 Traffic trends, using Technorati data.
Check out the top rated sites, Monthly, Weekly Daily!
Find the latest 2.0 sites to play with and apply to your Library Worker 2.0 Projects. I just had to look at SmugMug
How did I find the link to Movers 2.0
? From Stumbleupon
of course! where IT
was highlighted on Steven Abrams Blog, Steven's Lighthouse
Serendipity or just great RSS?
Another snappy little Web 2.0 site surfaced this week.Gabbly:
Chat on the fly, no special chat software required, no signing up with msn or yahoo. Precede any url with gabbly.com/ and up pops your chat box. Has possibilities.
Let us know what you think of these sites or have you discovered your own?
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Library Worker 2.0 is now underway. Several lively sessions have been held with the Modules spaced out across the year.
The Creating Content Contenders
have their own Blog
and wiki sandbox
to assist them with their Projects.
Moving on from the 'brainstorming' phase, ideas and Projects are starting to emerge:Learning 2.0
has been a great foundation for these Projects, Congratulations to those who choose to continue their Lifelong Learning.
Our other Modules are:
Progress reports coming soon!
- Finding Information
- Enabling Learning
- Celebrating Culture
- Leading the Organisation.
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