As I follow RSS feeds that track whenever someone blogs or tweets about the word WebQuest, occasionally I run across a posting that says, basically... "WebQuests are so Web 1.0. Are people still doing these?".
It's a provocative thought, and it has provoked me into some serious thinking which I'll share here soon. On one hand, it exemplifies the idea that things need to stay current, and that 13 years is a long time for any web institution to be around. On the other, it might be an example of how fad-prone we are in education. We (especially we techies) are always jumping to the next new thing even if the last new thing was working.
So what do you think? What's the link (if any) between WebQuests and Web 2.0? Are they apples and oranges? Incompatible? Complementary?