Saturday, May 31, 2008

■□■ Session 5: RSS, Podcasting, Machups and Future of Web 2.0

■□■ Session 4: Open Source, Social Networking and Web-as-a platform

■□■ Session 3: Social Bookmarking and Social Repositories

■□■ Session 1: Internet Tools and Their Applications for Teacher Librarians

■□■ Session 2: Blogs and Wikies and Their Applications for Teachers

㊣㊣㊣ Tennessee Waltz; Changing Partners - Patti Page

㊣㊣㊣ Oh Carol - Neil Sedaka

㊣㊣㊣ My Home Town - Paul Anka

㊣㊣㊣ The Voice Of Love - Johnny Nash

㊣㊣㊣ Holiday - Bee Gees

㊣㊣㊣ Massachusetts - Bee Gees

㊣ How to Add a News Feed to Your Website Without Training

㊣ Subscribe to Podcast and Into your iPod

㊣ How to subscribe to a podcast or RSS feed

㊣ Increase RSS Subscribers

㊣ Social Media Marketing Tips - Adding an RSS Feed on Blogger

㊣ How to put an RSS feed on your web site the easy way!

㊣ How to make an RSS feed in about a minute

㊣ YouTube RSS Feed Secret

㊣ Video: RSS in Plain English

㊣ Podcasting As A Whole Class Activity

Podcasting As A Whole Class Activity

From: creativeict, 4 months ago

Ways into organising your class for podcasting.

SlideShare Link

㊣ Podcasting Training for Windows Using Audacity

㊣ Podcasting for Teaching and Learning - NITLE Workshop 2007

㊣ Podcast in China/播客在中国

㊣ Web 2.0 & Language Learning by Graham Stanley

㊣ Web 1.0 vs. Web 2.0

㊣ Sha Tin Town Hall - Location Map using Google Map


㊣ Google IO 2008 - Opensocial, a Standard for the Social Web

Google IO 2008 - Opensocial, a Standard for the Social Web

From: chanezon, 14 hours ago

OpenSocial is an open specification defining a common API that works on many different social websites, including MySpace, Plaxo, Hi5, Ning, orkut, and LinkedIn, among others. This allows developers to learn one API, then write a social application for any of those sites: Learn once, write anywhere.
In addition, in order to make it easier for developers of social sites to implement the API and make their site an OpenSocial container, the Apache project Shindig provides reference implementations for OpenSocial containers in two languages (Java, PHP). Shindig will define a language specific Service Provider Interface (SPI) that a social site can implement to connect Shindig to People, Persistence and Activities backend services for the social site. Shindig will then expose these services as OpenSocial JavaScript and REST APIs.
In this session we will explain what OpenSocial is, show examples of OpenSocial containers and applications, demonstrate how to create an OpenSocial application, and explain how to leverage Apache Shindig in order to implement an OpenSocial container.

SlideShare Link

㊣ Yung Sheh Hikers (2008 or Year 76)

Yung Sheh Hikers 庸社行友

An Inauguration Ceremony held on Sunday 6 January 2008:

See widespread group photo .........

㊣ Welcome to come and re-visit always - IP Hon Chow's Corner【葉漢秋之園地】

IP Hon Chow's Corner【葉漢秋之園地】
April 2008
Welcome to come and re-visit always

㊣ IP Hon Chow's Corner【葉漢秋之園地】- Come and re-visit April 2008 this corner

IP Hon Chow's Corner【葉漢秋之園地】
April 2008


第 21回 「吉 鴨 航 遊 」2 5 - 0 5 - 2 0 0 8

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㊣ An overall reflection about the course

We are most delighted to experience an array of Web 2.0 open wares which eable us to shortlist among them applicable and practicable in school-based operation in particular in our school library's homepage. We are particularly interested in the application of the following wares, namely:

★ Blogger (School Library Homepage Blog);
★ SlideShare;
★ flickr (almost certainly the best online photo management and sharing application in the world. ..);
★ YouTube + TeacherTube (provide an online community for sharing instructional teacher videos, etc.);
★ zoho work online;
★ Google Docs and Spreadsheets;
★ RSS Feeds;
★ Mashups;
★ GO2WEB20 (a comprehensive index of logos of the latest web 2.0 applications and services; a website which is worth visit and re-visits from time to time to acquire more information of Web 2.0 development);

In terms of application, we will let students develop Web 2.0 literacy side by side with the staging of utilization of more Web 2.0 open wares and techniques. We will always share the users' experience with peer school teacher-librarians in the existing Diploma Course and hence a local Web 2.0 community can be fostered.

Looking forward to emerging Web 3.0, Web 4.0 and Web 5.0 …….

Group 321

Monday, May 19, 2008

㊣ Photo of our members

Mr Ip Hon Chow, Miss Ho Fung Chu, Miss Leung Kin Yan.

㊣ Books Promotion

Useful book stores suggested by members of Group 321

Name of book stores links comments
Joint Publisher provide PRC publication
The Commerical Press (H.K) Ltd. negotiated price for bulk order
Popular Holdings discount for members
Cosmos Book new books for lesuire



㊣ Mind Map of Group 321

㊣ Our reflections on the Mindmeister Map (Mind Map)

Web 2.0 appears to be a web platform for the new era. One of the most powerful tools, we believe, is the Mindmeister Map (Mind Map), which enables 4-6 members of a team to brainstorm together on a particular subject. Members can add on their ideas from time to time provided that they share the same account. This can help to shorten the time to get access to individual websites and get related information for discussion using former Web 1.0 concept(s) whereby individual members should first of all establish individual websites. Furthermore, blog experience is another typical example for on-line web platform. The Mindmeister Map is also fantastic for discussion on a bundle of creative ideas in the golden days of quality control circle (QCC) presentation which can be modified as project work discussion and/ or presentation. After practising several times, we are fond of the usage/ application. With cautious planning, the application of this tool for monitoring the ideas flow and their consolidation in groups of students ranging from 4 to 6 members is practicable.
Maybe it is the right time for us to plan for the application/ integration of such tool in the new school term 2008-09.

Monday, May 12, 2008

㊣ Some reflection on "delicious"

Comparing with my ongoing list of "my favourit", using "delicious" is a better to cluster the related online information by tagging key words.

I will suggest the subject group of Liberal Studies to use delicious. Because they have no text book, their members have to search information for teacher material before lesson, delicious facilitate a platform to share what are good and most useful in such subject.

Saturday, May 10, 2008

㊣ Our tags

A new thing to learn called ''......