Web 2.0 Is the Future of Education (Talk)

Keynote address for the 2008 Knowledge Bank online conference.

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Comment by Jane Krauss on July 29, 2008 at 3:40pm
You're a keynoter! Makes sense to me. I enjoyed this slideshow but just as it should, it merely illustrated (and punctuated!) your talk (I mean that microsoft slides, sidesplitting!). Next time get the film crew teed up, OK? :)
Comment by Deb White Groebner on July 28, 2008 at 8:06pm
This talk was excellent and definitely prompted some new thinking / connections on my part!

As we move away from traditional publishing and embrace collaborative knowledge-building, how will the concepts of authorship, copyright, plagiarism, and "intellectual property" change? On a practical note, how will we cite works that evolve so rapidly that a "retrieved on [date]" becomes a mere snapshot of an already-outdated reference? (Electronic citations are increasingly complicated as it is!)

How will we capture the evolution of an individual's ideas?

These kinds of questions keep me up at night...I doubt that anyone has the answers at this point, but perhaps there are some discussions or trends regarding intellectual property, both in concept and practice.
Comment by Lisa Perry on July 26, 2008 at 5:39pm
How do we get school districts to buy into this? We as educators are understanding exactly what you are saying, yet schools are shutting down video streaming and blocking websites so much we can't even execute a lesson plan that integrates technology!
Comment by Helen Otway on July 26, 2008 at 1:03am
Thanks for putting this up Steve. The talk was great and generated a lot of discussion amongst our teachers.


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