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Increase Student Engagement and Student Learning by Using Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 Tools in University Classrooms

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Dr. Alice Christie's 7C Model

To what extent does an Web 2.0 or Web 3.0 tool allow students and teachers to:

    • Create (write, draw, make movies, make music, etc.);
    • Connect (reach out and connect with others locally or globally, F2F or virtually);
    • Communicate (talk with others, share ideas, publicize creations, etc.);
    • Collaborate (work, write, draw, brainstorm with others);
    • Contextualize (view from a more global context, relate one idea with another, relate one content area with another, see interrelationships); and
    • Critique (think critically about issues or ideas; evaluate relevance, reliability, credibility, authority, or accuracy).
    • Choose (topic, tool, process)

Christie 7C Model