Characterize the policy of your school/district for access to Web 2.0 tools...
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I'd thought we were doing well with equal access issues, but recently our Special Education Department teachers have raised several questions about accessibility and new, Web-based tools that are being used in classrooms. Where can I learn more about this? As the web becomes increasingly interactive,
Early results show that 62% of educators who responded have joined one or more social networking websites, and their participation on these sites has had a positive impact on their attitudes about using this technology for personal and professional purposes, and in the classroom.
Results of a new research survey indicate growing acceptance of Web 2.0 and collaborative technologies among school leaders and educators.
Question: Doug Johnson, an IT Guy reader, send in the following tip regarding district website blocking policies. The IT Guy says: Districts need to have a process in place for determining which Websites are blocked and which are not, just as they now have a process in place for dealing with materials