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Information Literacy: Web 2.0 Tools for Teaching

Annotation and Notetaking


Collaborative Writing Tools


Idea or Mind Mapping

Communication and Online Discussion Tools

Microblogging and Microblog Readers

Portals and Social Bookmarking

Productivity and Professional Development


Computer Coding



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Crane, B. E. (2008). Using Web 2.0 tools in the K-12 classroom. New York: Neal-Schuman.

Ferriter, W. M. and Garry, A. (2010). Teaching the iGeneration: 5 easy ways to introduce essential skills with Web 2.0 tools. Bloomington, IN: Solution Tree.

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Johnson, S. (2011). Digital tools for teaching: 30 e-tools for collaborating, creating, and publishing across the curriculum. Gainsville, FL: Maupin House.

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