web 2.0

Revenge of the Experts - Newsweek
The individual user has been king on the Internet, but the pendulum seems to be swinging back toward edited information vetted by professionals. Web 3.0 is taking what we've built in Web 2.0 -- the wisdom of the crowds -- and putting an editorial layer on it.

Web 2.0 Is the Future of Education - STEVE HARGADON
Ten trends that have particular importance for education and learning, and seven steps educators can take to make a difference during this time.

People power transforms the web in next online revolution - Guardian
We are just at the start of exploring how we can be organised without the hierarchy of top-down organisations. There will be many false turns and failures. But there is also huge potential to create new stores of knowledge to the benefit of all, innovate more effectively, strengthen democracy and give more people the opportunity to make the most of their creativity.

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