Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Web 2.0 explorations

Since I returned home, I've been online full time, learning new online Web 2.0 tools. A colleague from Australia introduced me to two new websites: Wet Paint (a new wiki that is based in Seattle!) and Protopage (an AJAX Start Page). I am using my Wet Paint page to plan a workshop in Melbourne next March. I am using my Protopage to emulate an aggregator for my new model of ePortfolio development, as discussed in my EIFEL conference keynote (small pieces, loosely joined).

2 comments:

Susannah said...

Hi, Helen. Thank you for your web site and blog.

You've probably already heard about this, but did you know there is a free international K-12 Online Conference going on right now? Many of the sessions seem to be about Web 2.0. You can get to it by going to http://k12onlineconference.org/. It started yesterday and runs for two weeks.

I also wanted to tell you that I was touched by your podcast "Changes." I hope you are doing well, and I'm sending light and love your way.

Graham said...

I posted recently about StartPages including Protopage not that long ago and though you might want to check out some other possibilities. I am trying to use PageFlakes as my e-portfolio joining glue and it has so many capabilities and possibilities. Looking forward to your reurn trip to Australia in 2007.