Tag Archives: Web 2.0
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Life 2.0

If you’re at all involved in on-line surfing, blogging, text messaging, or social spaces you’ve heard the term “Web 2.0″ coined by Tim O’Reilly.  I work in the world of eLearning as an LMS Administrator and eLearning development consultant.  I have two digital natives living at home; 19 year old and a 10 year old.  I read blogs, participate in […]

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Web 2.0 – an observation

Continuing a thought(s) on Web 2.0 I see this paradigm shift in the Millennium generation as two-fold. First, it is about being connected 24/7, but I see it extending further into their (‘their’ being those young people parents don’t understand) real world. The new coined phrase of “Social Networking” encompasses what we know of as […]

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Web 2.0 Summer Institute

I attended the Web 2.0 Summer Institute hosted by TBR (Tennessee Board of Regions) at the University of Memphis’ FedEx Institute of Technology this week. Due to work constraints I was only able to attend the morning keynote speakers: Barry Dahl – Vice President of Technology and Virtual Campus, Lake Superior College Clarence Maise, Instructional […]