The term ‘Web 2.0’ has taken on great momentum. Discussed as an ideology complemented by a set of Web-based technologies, Web 2.0 is finding its way into the classroom, albeit, its application is just in the beginning stages. A few anecdotal reports are available that describe how various Web 2.0 technologies have been incorporated into the classroom and some limited studies have indicated positive results in terms of student acceptance of these methods. However, there is still very little empirical research into how Web 2.0 which focuses on interactive and collaborative development, design and sharing of information, impacts learning. This tutorial explores Web 2.0 technologies, how they might be implemented and utilized in the classroom and invites participation from the audience to share and discuss the implications of Web 2.0 for information systems education.
Murray, Meg and Jackson, Paula, "WEB 2.0 In The Classroom – The Possibilities" (2009). Proceedings of the 2009 AIS SIGED: IAIM International Conference on Information Systems Education and Research. 32.