Philology, pedagogy, and psychology

2013 Issue №11

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The application of the Web 2.0 technology as a tool of developing informal media education



This article summarises the role of the Web 2.0 technology also known as social network services in the development of informal learning. This article offers a general description of non-formal and informal learning. Special attention is paid to blogging and the use of wki-resoruces as the most popular Internet tools. The author gives their general description and stresses their advantages and disadvantages in the educational context.


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