Sophisticated and Productive Tools for Higher Ed: Web 2.0

Wednesday, January 16 | 10:30AM–11:15AM | Harborside Ballroom E
Session Type: Professional Development
Higher education can benefit from the web 2.0 revolution, from simple tools that allow groups to communicate to combining databases that produce an entirely new product. Social networking, wikis, blogs, RSS feeds, videoblogs, and extensive use of multimedia are changing the way we process and use information.

Presenters

  • Metta Lash

    Reference Librarian, Montgomery College
  • Tim Murphy

    Director, Classroom & Lab Technologies, George Mason University

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