Web 2.0 Toolkit: Introduction

by Stephen Kiyoi, Norris Library Intern

If you’re anything like me, you’ve been meaning to take advantage of the wealth of productivity tools that the internet now provides, but find yourself overwhelmed by the staggering number of resources available. These resources and tools—now known collectively as “Web 2.0”—now make it possible to create and edit collaborative office documents, collaborate on projects, videochat, and share extremely large files with your colleagues.

Websites, such as Go2Web20 and Mashable collect and organize these web tools into convenient categories, but even these lists can occasionally be too much to go through.

Over the next several weeks, I’ll be writing a series of blog posts on Web 2.0 tools. This “Web 2.0 Toolkit” series will introduce you to some of these web 2.0 functionalities, and highlight some of the best tools that we’ve used. To help you get started (or learn more) we’ve also created a “Web 2.0 Libguide” which is now available on our Norris Library Website.

Please check back here, and at our new Web 2.0 Libguide to get a start on becoming more productive at home and on the go!

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