The scope and depth of the applications which can be used on Web 2.0 are astounding. This platform has opened the net for social media and the exchange of ideas which I use in my everyday life. I wasn't aware of the difference between the two platforms. Web 3.0 is exciting and I'm looking forward to using more applications which use this platform. I'm usually game for any platform or application which makes my life easier, unless I feel that the application invades my privacy. For this reason alone, I'm moving away from using Google and google drive for any other use other than professional work.
My take away which I will use often in planning and in my personal life is the resource guide. The Tool and Resource guide link created by Dr. Ann Davis is a well-organized utilitarian group of applications which cover a wide variety of uses and subjects but is organized in a format which I can find an app for a specific use easily and link to the correct web page.
Copyright law is very hairy and tedious - and I learned that facebook is really the evil, horrible place that my husband says that the social media channel really is. I had no idea that facebook owns photos which i post - I will no longer post any artistic photos which I have taken as I would like to license them for a profit someday. Creative commons is a great resource that I now know will not violate any copyright laws. I'm glad I have these links to great resources to use after this class.
I often share my ideas and lessons with other teachers. I'm not opposed to them using my lesson - usually they are mostly my ideas.