Marcel Van Amelsvoort
(Kanagawa Prefectural College of Foreign Studies)
For a few years, we’ve all been hearing about Web 2.0 (and many other 2.0 products and ideas, etc.!). As everyone knows, the Web 2.0 (or E-learning 2.0) approach features more student-controlled and student-created materials. It is thought that when students have these tools and participate in communities, new and exciting learning opportunities can happen. Of course, a Web 2.0 approach also places a burden on the instructor, especially at first, since new tools and new ways of doing things must be demonstrated to students and then supported.

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