Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
1: Introduction to Educational Social Software.
2: Social Software as Tools for Pedagogical Transformation: Enabling Personalization, Creative Production, and Participatory Learning.
3: Web 2.0 and Learning: A Closer Look at Transactional Control Model in E-Learning.
4: Metacognition on the Educational Social Software: New Challenges and Opportunities.
5: Educational Social Software Technologies.
6: Use of Social Software in Education: A Multiple Intelligences Perspective.
7: Learning Together with the Interactive White Board.
8: Analysis of Interactions through a Web Annotation Tool in a Pre-University Mathematics Online Course.
9: Harnessing Web 2.0 for Context-Aware Learning: The Impact of Social Tagging System on Knowledge Adaption.
10: Screenplay: An Interactive Video Learning Resource for At-Risk Teens.
11: Educational Social Software: The Teacher Perspective.
12: The e-Tutor in Learning 2.0 Scenarios: Profile, Professional Empowerment, and New Roles.
13: Entering the Virtual Teachers’ Lounge: Social Connectedness among Professional Educators in Virtual Environments.
14: Educational Social Software Applicability and Evaluation.
15: From Theory to Practice: Communities of Practice across the Canadian Public Service.
16: Web 2.0 and Collaborative Learning in Higher Education.
17: Publishing with Friends: Exploring Social Networks to Support Photo Publishing Practices.
18: Revising the Framework of Knowledge Ecologies: How Activity Patterns Define Learning Spaces.
19: Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.