Lesson List

Introduction: Read this blog and find out more about the program.
#01: Learn about Blackboard and how to keep track of your Learning 2.0 progress.
#02: Discover a few pointers from lifelong learners and learn how to nurture your own learning process.
#03: Set up & register your own blog & add your first post.
#04: Explore Flickr and learn about this popular image hosting site.
#05: Have some Flickr fun and discover some Flickr mashups & 3rd party sites.
#06: Create a blog post about anything technology related that interests you this week.
#07: Learn about RSS feeds and setup your own Bloglines newsreader account.
#08: UA Portal
#09: Locate a few useful library related blogs and/or news feeds.
#10: Play around with an online image generator.
#11: Take a look at LibraryThing and catalog some of your favorite books.
#12: Roll your own search tool with Rollyo.
#13: Learn about tagging and discover Del.icio.us (a social bookmaking site).
#14: Explore Technorati and learn how tags work with blog posts.
#15: Read a few perspectives on Web 2.0, Library 2.0 and the future of libraries and blog your thoughts.
#16: Learn about wikis and discover some innovative ways that libraries are using them.
#17: Add an entry to the Rasmuson library wiki.
#18: Take a look at some online productivity tools (word processing, spreadsheet).
#19: Explore any site from the Web 2.0 awards list, play with it and write a blog post about your findings.
#20: Discover YouTube and a few sites that allow users to upload and share videos.
#21: Discover some useful search tools for locating podcasts.
#22: Take a look at the audio books available with ListenAlaska and Project Gutenberg.
#23: Discover Library ELF.
#24: Take a look at Google Maps/Google Earth.
#25: Explore Google Labs/Google Base.
#26: Create an account and explore Facebook or MySpace.
#27: Try the Grokker search engine.
#28: Download and try a new Web browser.
#29: Discover some Rasmuson library Web resources.
#30: Summarize your thoughts about this program on your blog.

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