College for Professional Studies
MS Database Technologies
School of Computer & Information Science
Thesis - Open Access
Number of Pages
Since the introduction of Web 2.0 technologies in 2004, computer based communication has evolved adding a new dimension to formal and informal knowledge sharing. Focusing on Web 2.0 technologies Facebook and Twitter, this case study researches the use of these tools to enhance a higher education online database practicum environment. This paper presents practical methodologies that can be used to incorporate Web 2.0 technologies to support knowledge sharing in a distance learning database practicum.
Date of Award
© Sandra Blackman
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Blackman, Sandra, "Web 2.0 Technologies Within a Higher Education Online Database Practicum Supporting a New Collaborated Methodology" (2010). Student Publications. 286.