For my Rip.Mix.Feed activity, I decided to remix the Digital Literacy Wiki our class developed as a concept map in a Web 2.0 tool called Gliffy. Here is the concept map in progress. Although Gliffy allows collaboration, the lack of a discussion tool within the tool hampers the success of this collaboration. Gliffy does afford the ability to save the diagrams in a variety of formats as well as embed the image in a website or blog as I’ve done here. There are also private and public settings to control sharing. Gliffy has many abilities beyond concept mapping that make it a useful Web 2.0 tool. So far, this has been a collaboration between Teresa D., Tim R. and Ken S. If any others feel they would like to join, please leave your email address under the thread in Vista. Any additions/comments to what is shown here so far are welcome as this is a work in progress. Here is a link to a larger version. Use this link or click on the image of the concept map below to access the hyperlinked map that makes connections throughout the weblog.
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