Part one reviews tools for collaboration and best practices for using the Web in teaching, learning, and research. The web is about 25 years old. Part two investigates implications of various online trends and how educators and students might collaboratively use and experience the Internet for the next 25 years.  

The Internet, Part I

Collaborating on the Web: Transforming Teaching and Research in Higher Education

 

Tools

Personal Learning Network (PLN)

 

Twitter

Social Media: Twitter via @kris10_

Twitter Directories
Social Bookmarking

Social Bookmarking via @kris10_

Tools

 

Infographics

Additional Resources

The Internet in Realtime

 

 

The Internet, Part II

The Internet, Higher Education, and the Next 25 Years

On March 12 of last year, the Internet turned 25 years old. It’s not easy to predict what’s in store for the next 25 years. However, part 2 of our discussion on the Internet explores some of the possibilities relevant to higher education, including how educators and students might collaboratively use and experience the Internet in the future.

 

Trends

A Year in Search (2014) In 2014 we searched trillions of times. What do these searches say about us?

Net Neutrality

Security & Threats

Future

Infographics