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In this section some helpful information and links interesting for advanced learners and experts in Web 2.0 implementation are collected. Initial contents on this page are tools, events, publications and links to other related websites on experts level. However this page is constantly expanded by registered users.


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Mashups
This video explains what a mashup is.
Web 2.0, mashups and social networking – what is it all about? Explains what is mashups.
Earth Album is a simpler, slicker Flickr mash-up that allows you to explore some of the most stunning photos in the world courtesy of Google maps and Flickr.
How To Make Your Own Web Mashup. If you want to make a mashup but aren’t entirely sure where to begin, this page can help you get there.
List of Mashups at the Programmable Web. List of hundreds of Mashups at the Programmable Web.

EU_Educators on Facebook
http://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=group_117880428273669
Facebook Group for Educators working on European level

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Web 2.0 European Resource Center
http://www.web20erc.eu

The Web 2.0ERC project is designed to help educators who find ICT confusing to have a simple and secure environment to use ICT in their work and in their classes.
The project builds a web site that includes the most popular tools (Wikis, Blogs, communications, Social Networking etc.) with guides on how to use the tools and how they can be used in education.

LinksUp
http://www.linksup.eu/

LinksUp is research project about how ‘Web 2.0’ technologies – e.g. social networking software – are changing the face of education and training for disadvantaged people. It uses a series of ‘action research’ experiments, collaborating with ‘host’ projects working in the field, to evaluate the added contribution Web 2.0 can make to practices that use learning to support social inclusion.

SEVAQ+
http://www.sevaq.eu

SEVAQ+ is a European-wide initiative for the Self-evaluation of quality in technology-enhanced learning.

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Publications

International Conference
Learning community and Web 2.0 technologies
2010 October, Vilnius

http://International Conference Reports
The International Conference “Learning community and Web 2.0 technologies” was held on October 1st – 5th at Seimas of the Republic of Lithuania in Vilnius. The conference reports were about:
-Web 2.0 technologies’ theoretical problems and features
-An innovative approach for teaching/learning
-Social network as educational application
-Virtual Learning Environments
-Web 2.0 tools in Education

Article: Web 2.0 and the school of the future today
http://www.scribd.com/doc/24171406/Web-2-0-and-the-school-of-the-future-today
This paper offers an overview of the educational implications of web 2.0 technologies for schools – arguing that current portrayals of web 2.0 use replicate a long- standing tendency in education for exaggerated and ideologically driven reactions to technology. The paper concludes by arguing for the need to retain a realistic, if not critical, perspective on schools and web 2.0 – seeking to find ways of using web 2.0 technologies to workwith the schools of today, rather than against them.

Good practices for Learning 2.0: Promoting Innovation (pdf)
ftp.jrc.es/EURdoc/JRC53212_TN.pdf
Final report on a part of the research project “Learning 2.0 – the Impact of Web 2.0 Innovations on Education and Training in Europe” launched by the Institute for Prospective Technological Studies (IPTS). The study investigated eight initiativesin Europe providing some evidence on good practices for using Learning 2.0 approaches in organised learning settings.

Good practices for Learning 2.0: Promoting Inclusion (pdf)
ftp.jrc.es/EURdoc/JRC53578_TN.pdf
Final report on another part of the research project “Learning 2.0 – the Impact of Web 2.0 Innovations on Education and Training in Europe” (IPTS). This study investigated in-depth eight Learning 2.0 initiatives in Europe targeted at learners at risk of exclusion from the knowledge-based society.

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