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  1. Example:
    Blackboard's Web 2.0 elements
    Integrating External Web Service
    • the basic functions you need - resizing images, find/replace and simple icons in the toolbars for everyday tasks.
    • The easy-to-use Content Editor reads, writes and renders modern HTML, making it a breeze to create rich course materials for your students, course pages you designed so carefully in Dreamweaver or offline in Word will render with great fidelity within the Blackboard Learn™ platform.
    • More engaging content equals more engaged students, and ultimately more success.
  2. Example:
    Blackboard's Web 2.0 elements
    Open knowledge
    Blackboard xpLor is a global learning object repository for rich educational materials

    content can be shared across institutions and even across multiple LMSs.

    It is also an authoring environment, with familiar content creation tools. It enables sharing and discovery of educational content with a rich metadata engine and also enables copyright management using the Creative Commons system.

    • “subscribe” to people, institutions, or whole disciplines to keep you up to speed on the latestcontent available.
  3. LMES vs. Blackboard
    Apart from Rich user interface, Collaboration, Integrated web services, User-generated content and  Open knowledge, other Web 2.0 features may be incorporated into LMS and they remain to be discovered. But from the comparison between LMES and Blackboard, it is doubtless that LMES severely lag behind its competitors. As students, we look forward to an LMES that increases the ease of collaboration so that we may yield the fruit of Web 2.0 developments.
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