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Page history last edited by Marie Lara 6 years, 5 months ago

 

I choose to research and present on the following Web 2.0 technologies:      

 

Google Sites      SlideShare      Dropbox

 

Web 2.0 Technology Presentation

 

Web 2.0 Technology Video:

 

#1)  Google Sites:

 

 

https://sites.google.com/site/sampleforedtc6323/9th-grade           https://sites.google.com/site/sampleforedtc6323/home/my-pictures  

 

 

#2)  SlideShare:

 

          Ratuing: 4 out of 5 stars

    • Description -

                   "Create Stunning Presentations"; "Publish your presentation on SlideShare and share it with the world. Don't forget to share it with your social and professional networks, too. Start now!"

                    "Need Inspiration? Share what you know. Here are a few ideas.               

                    Select Stand-out Images. Search millions of free, high-quality, Creative Commons images to make a powerful statement. You can also upload your own images or easily create stunning charts and graphs."

 

  • Pros: Easy to use. Free. Versatile.
  • Cons: Not all presentations are downloadable. Not all presentations are in the same format.
  • Sample pages   Sample feedback
  • Cost: Free.
  • Ease of Learning:  Easy
  • Student Accounts: Yes?
  • Versatility: Very versatile for all types of audiences, subjects and formats.
  • Links to Tutorials
  • You request that we sign up for a SlideShare account; as you can see from the sample pages & feedback, I have had an account for a long time. Here:  http://www.slideshare.net/mariedlara

 

#3)  Dropbox:

 

          Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

  • Description:

          "One place for all your stuff, wherever you are."

          Dropbox is a home for all your photos, docs, videos, and files. Anything you add to Dropbox will automatically show up on all your computers, phones and even the Dropbox website

          — so you can access your stuff from anywhere.

          Dropbox also makes it super easy to share with others, whether you're a student or professional, parent or grandparent. Even if you accidentally spill a latte on your laptop, have no fear!

           Relax knowing that your stuff is safe in Dropbox and will never be lost.”

  • Pros: Easy to use. Free. Versatile.
  • Cons: Limited to 2 GB's.
  • Cost: Free for up to 2 GB of data.
  • Ease of Learning:  Easy
  • Student Accounts: Yes...
  • Versatility: Very versatile and allows for easy screenshot captures if open on your device.
  • Links to Tutorials

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