Table of contents for Web 2.0 : new tools, new schools / Gwen Solomon, Lynne Schrum.

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Introduction
Chapter 1: The New World, the New Web, and New Skills
The New World
Economics 102
The New Web 
The New Corporation
21st-Century Skills
Schools and Change
The Tipping Point 
New Tools and Learning
Taking Advantage of New Tools
Chapter 2: Students and Learning
21st-Century Students
How Children Get Information
What Students Want from Their Schools
The Customization Generation
Access to Online Tools and Services
Understanding Learning
Constructivism 
Project-based Learning
Connectivism 
The Challenge
Harnessing New Technologies
Chapter 3: New Tools
Concepts
The Web as Platform
Behind the Web Tools
Open Source
Tagging and Syndication
From the Web to Web 2.0 
Using the Tools
Basic Web 2.0 Tools: Blogs, Podcasts, and Wikis 
Other Popular Web 2.0 Tools
Web 2.0 Versions of Desktop Tools 
Web 2.0 Management Tools 
Other Web 2.0 Tools for Education 
More New Tools
Educational Software
Immersive Environments
Data and Design
Chapter 4: New Tools in Schools
Cool Schools
Classroom Applications: Using the Tools for Learning
Classrooms: Teaching Content
Other Tools and Models 
Chapter 5: Professional Development
Creating Effective Programs
Preservice Learning
Communities of Practice
Technology Literacy Training
Professional Development and Web 2.0 Tools
Chapter 6: Leadership and New Tools 
Leading in the 21st Century
Using New Tools 
Supporting New Tools
Financial Issues 
Infrastructure: Running on Open Source
Chapter 7: Online Safety and Security
Legal Requirements
Copyright and Intellectual Property
Security Solutions
Knotty Problems
Other Alternatives
Chapter 8: Systemic Issues
English Language Learners and English as a Second Language 
Students with Special Needs
Equity and the Digital Divide
Assessment
Chapter 9: New Schools
Harnessing the Collective Intelligence of Education Data 
The Long Tail of Educational Materials
The Vision and the Reality
Polls and Surveys
Software
Textbooks
Moving Applications and Data Online
Open-Source Educational Applications
Creators in the Classroom
Learning from Games
Professional Development
Toward a Smart Future
Brainstorming about Schools and Web 2.0 
Your Turn
Chapter 10: Tutorials
Web-based Word Processor: Zoho Writer 
Web-based Spreadsheet: Num Sum
Open-Source Painting Tool: Tux Paint
Editing Sound: Do You Have Audacity?
Syndication in Firefox: RSS Feeds
del.icio.us Bookmarks and Favorites
Photo Editing: Photo Story 3 for Windows
Wikispaces for Educators
Class Blogmeister: Adding & Editing Blog Articles
Google Earth: Geography
Creating Graphics: Sketch Up
Google Reader
References
Appendix A: Web Timeline
Appendix B: Web 2.0 Tools
Appendix C: A Day in the Life of Web 2.0 
Appendix D: National Educational Standards for Students, Teachers, and 
Administrators

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Educational technology.
Web sites -- Authoring programs.
Open source software.