In this document, it will be presented some thoughts and definitions of the terms E-learning, web 1.0, web 2.0, blended learning, and education 2.0. According with allthe articles that we have read we will show in this document what we have learnedabout it.
The term E-learning, it is referred to the use of electronic multimedia and allthat is related with technology in education the use of this has increased a lot in thelast years, so, this term in a way is related
with the term “blended learning”
because the use of E-learning can be develop in and out of the classroom, this isvery important for students, because.
learning, but it can also be used in conjunction with face-to-face teaching, in which case thetermblended learningis commonly used.
The term web 1.0, is related to the interaction that exist between a person
and the computer, but there is not a perfect interaction between them that’
s meanthat it is not dynamic, because the information is given to the user, but the user cannot respond because it is not able to do it. For
example: let’s say that television
belongs to web 1.0, so, we know that we get information from the television but wecannot respond to it. That
the point about web 1.0 which it is also known as read-only web because there is not flow of communication between two users.This term, was introduced in 1991 and was created especially for businessthe companies use it with the purpose of showing to the customers their offers, butthe bad thing was that the customers were not capable to respond, so
whatwe can get from web 1.0.(business)
This term is use to combine many activities, this term it is also known asread-write-publish web, because with this technology you are able to have a better interaction, it is different to web 1.0 because with this technology you can not onlyread what other users post, but you can also respond to the producers, that meansthat in this web, there is a flow of communication between two or more user.
“The lacks of active interaction of common users with the web lead to the
birth of Web 2.0. The year 1999 marked the beginning of a Read-Write-Publish erawith notable contributions from LiveJournal (Launched in April, 1999) and Blogger