The following is a list of resources that support my presentation on the Read Write Web.
GENEVA WIKI PRESENTATION
Get a wiki at Wikispaces | specifically for educators
Presentation Wiki | get username and password from Dave
PRESENTATION-the Read/Write Web
Get the presentation slides available as a pdf file.
Get the handout here
OVERVIEW OF THE TOOLS AND WEBSITES OF THE READ/WRITE WEB
The Strength of Weak Ties: | David Jakes
edublogs | get your own blog
Blogger: get your own blog
Technorati: search tool for blogs
WIKI TOOLS-ILTCE Presentation/Geneva
7 things you should know about wikis | Educause
Wiki Pedagogy | dossiers technopedagogiques
Using Wikis in Education | Lyndsay Grant
Wikipedia | world's largest encyclopedia
Hurricane Information Maps | merge Google Maps with a wiki tool to provide hurricane assistance
Wikispaces | wikis for education
EditMe | wikitool, for the price of a cheap lunch, get powerful wiki editing capabilities. Hosts the JakesWiki.
SeedWiki | free and pay wikis
pbWiki | free wiki, can be password protected.
Jotspot | even more Wiki tools
Writely | online Word processing Wiki-like
High School Online Collaborative Writing | example how wikis are being used to promote student collaborative writing
Bud the Teacher Blogging support Wiki | contribute your ideas for developing school blog policy.
District 99 Emerging Technologies Wiki | using Wikis as a staff development tool
CaseWiki | Case Western Reserve University
Swarmsketch | wikis go artistic
Contribute your ideas about the uses of Wikis in Education
RSS Quick Start Guide for Educators | Will Richardson
Bloglines | online aggregator
Superglu | create your own portal by inputing RSS feeds
Flickr | online photo sharing at its best
Dave's Flickr resources | all things flickr
Katrina Flickr Tag | this started out at 1500 images on the day Katrina hit and is now over 40,000.
London Bombings Flickr Tag | photography from citizen journalists capturing the July London subway bombings
FURL and del.icio.us RESOURCES
The One Room Schoolhouse: Creating Community in the Digital Age
Katrina Web Cams | Jakesonline.org
Katrina Wikipedia Article
Hurricane Katrina Photo Pool | Flickr
London Bombings Pool | Flickr
Storymixer | Online digital storytelling-see slide 28)