In working on my project for 512, I came across this infographic that helps place different Web 2.0 tools into Bloom's Taxonomy. It's a nice way to consider how to use these services as assessment tools.
Thank you so much for posting this. I was just trying to organize my understanding of Web 2.0 tools for 522 Adult Learning and teaching an online class. This is a great start!
Very cool. Was this at a trade show?
Kristin, I posted it so it could help others, so best of luck. Glad I could help.
Kathy, I don't know where it came from. I was doing some digging for my Web 2.0 project for the Online Course Design class and this came up. It seemed like something a lot of people could benefit from, so I decided to share. I just went back to the original post and the author had the link to the Pintrest page where he found it. No idea where the original came from, though.
This is great Brian! Thanks for sharing.
Cary, I really like the one you have posted here. It's definitely a keeper! Thanks.
Here is another I've seen that I really like:
The Google Tools to support Bloom's by Kathy Schrock
Cool, they have placed GIMP right the top. www.gimp.org
If you have never heard of it before it is a free image manipulation program on a par with Photoshop, except that it is free.
Andrew Churches has been responsible for a lot of good Bloom's Digital Taxonomy stuff. Kathy Shrock and he do similar stuff.