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  • Give Overview and Purpose for the presentation.InformationEducationSpring Symposium SharingI am not a business faculty member, I just play one on Cyber TelevisionNo, just kidding. But if you can guess what business I co-owned from 1980-85?
  • When the Social Meets the Semantic: Social Semantic Web or Web 2.5Salvatore F. Pileggi* , Carlos Fernandez-Llatas and Vicente TraverHealth and Wellbeing Technologies—Institute for the Application of Advanced Information and Communication Technologies (TSB-ITACA), Polytechnic University of Valencia, Valencia 46022, Spain * Author to whom correspondence should be addressed. Received: 30 May 2012; in revised form: 28 June 2012 / Accepted: 7 September 2012 / Published: 21 September 2012(This article belongs to the Special Issue Semantic Interoperability and Knowledge Building)Download PDF Full-Text [502 KB, uploaded 21 September 2012 12:06 CEST] Abstract: The social trend is progressively becoming the key feature of current Web understanding (Web 2.0). This trend appears irrepressible as millions of users, directly or indirectly connected through social networks, are able to share and exchange any kind of content, information, feeling or experience. Social interactions radically changed the user approach. Furthermore, the socialization of content around social objects provides new unexplored commercial marketplaces and business opportunities. On the other hand, the progressive evolution of the web towards the Semantic Web (or Web 3.0) provides a formal representation of knowledge based on the meaning of data. When the social meets semantics, the social intelligence can be formed in the context of a semantic environment in which user and community profiles as well as any kind of interaction is semantically represented (Semantic Social Web). This paper first provides a conceptual analysis of the second and third version of the Web model. That discussion is aimed at the definition of a middle concept (Web 2.5) resulting in the convergence and integration of key features from the current and next generation Web. The Semantic Social Web (Web 2.5) has a clear theoretical meaning, understood as the bridge between the overused Web 2.0 and the not yet mature Semantic Web (Web 3.0).Keywords: Social Web; Semantic Web; social semantics; semantic technologies; social and community intelligence
  • Flashcard ExchangeVisuwordsSlideshareWolfram AlphaVisual ThesaurusiRubric/RubistarPolldaddyVoicethreadVokiWikispacesPrezzi
  • CommunicationConstruction of Knowledge Collaboration
  • Google Docs lets people create web-based documents, presentations and spreadsheets that anyone in the group can update from his/her own computer, even at the same time.Instead of emailing around files anyone in the group can edit the document online from anywhere -- all you need is a Web browser.Your docs are all stored safely in Google's servers, you don't have to worry about losing data from a hard drive crash or nasty virus.
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  • When the Social Meets the Semantic: Social Semantic Web or Web 2.5Salvatore F. Pileggi* , Carlos Fernandez-Llatas and Vicente TraverHealth and Wellbeing Technologies—Institute for the Application of Advanced Information and Communication Technologies (TSB-ITACA), Polytechnic University of Valencia, Valencia 46022, Spain * Author to whom correspondence should be addressed. Received: 30 May 2012; in revised form: 28 June 2012 / Accepted: 7 September 2012 / Published: 21 September 2012(This article belongs to the Special Issue Semantic Interoperability and Knowledge Building)Download PDF Full-Text [502 KB, uploaded 21 September 2012 12:06 CEST] Abstract: The social trend is progressively becoming the key feature of current Web understanding (Web 2.0). This trend appears irrepressible as millions of users, directly or indirectly connected through social networks, are able to share and exchange any kind of content, information, feeling or experience. Social interactions radically changed the user approach. Furthermore, the socialization of content around social objects provides new unexplored commercial marketplaces and business opportunities. On the other hand, the progressive evolution of the web towards the Semantic Web (or Web 3.0) provides a formal representation of knowledge based on the meaning of data. When the social meets semantics, the social intelligence can be formed in the context of a semantic environment in which user and community profiles as well as any kind of interaction is semantically represented (Semantic Social Web). This paper first provides a conceptual analysis of the second and third version of the Web model. That discussion is aimed at the definition of a middle concept (Web 2.5) resulting in the convergence and integration of key features from the current and next generation Web. The Semantic Social Web (Web 2.5) has a clear theoretical meaning, understood as the bridge between the overused Web 2.0 and the not yet mature Semantic Web (Web 3.0).Keywords: Social Web; Semantic Web; social semantics; semantic technologies; social and community intelligence
  • Horizons Report 2012

Web 1.0, 3.0. 3.0 School of Business Web 1.0, 3.0. 3.0 School of Business Presentation Transcript

  • Web 1.0, Web 2.0 Web 3.0Googling and Collaborating Presented by: Cynthia Sistek-Chandler, Ed D cchandler@nu.edu National University School of Education Educational Technology In Collaboration with Google Certified Teacher, Scott Moss, Associate Faculty. EDT http://sites.google.com/site/scotthmoss http://www.google.com/intl/en/about/products/
  • Web Evolution Study Published September 2012
  • What is/was Web 1.0?
  • What is Web 2.0? Read, write, share, collaborate, create, construct
  • What is Web 2.0? Web 2.0 has transformed the way we think and the way we do business. The idea of sharing information is being valued as much as the idea of proprietary information. Open source, which has been around for decades, is becoming a significant factor. And the web link is becoming a form of currency. Graphic from: Three Ways to Use QR Codes for Business Posted by Gwen Moran | March 13, 2012 URL: http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/222790
  • What is Web 2.0?
  • How canWeb 2.0 tools  Communication enhanceengagement in  Construction ofyour courses? Knowledge  Collaboration
  • Overview of Google Appshttps://drive.google.com/#my-drive1. Google Docs – Create and share a variety of online documents, from word processing and spreadsheets to forms and presentations -- all with mobile access.2. Google Sites – Build shared websites that include videos, images, gadgets and documents.3. Google Groups – Students and faculty can create their own moderated forums and mailing lists featuring strong sharing and management controls.
  • Google Docs• Maintain, update, and share group projects• Track and organize cumulative project data• Facilitate writing as a process• Create quizzes & tests using spreadsheets forms• Encourage collaborative presentation skills• Collaborate on a document with fellow faculty
  • Word Processing• Multiple editors• Highlight without comment• Can see who changed what• Comments vs. Revisions
  • Top Google Benefit List Promotes group collaboration Makes peer collaborating exciting and fun. Makes peer editing exciting and fun Saves automatically (no more complaints "I lost my work." ) Easy access from any Internet computer Eliminates the excuse,”my computer crashed” because it is always online. Teacher can monitor student work easily & offer comments & suggestions at any point in the assignment. Hard for students to tell those “big fibs” when you can see their revision history online. Teachers can see exactly what was revised, by whom, and when. Makes group work easier and more relevant to 21st/RW.
  • Spreadsheets in Google Spreadsheets TemplatesPeer Feedback Form SCRUM Templatehttp://spreadsheets.google.com/pub?key=pOIU3K0OwRVKPaOBFzAJsXQ&output=html https://drive.google.com/templates?category=2&type=spr eadsheets&sort=user&view=public#Human Dimensions Project Project Trackerhttp://sites.google.com/site/ciese07030/Home/ https://drive.google.com/previewtemplate?id=0Aio6DJRfahuman-dimensions-project vQxdHNPT0tkdl9TRGhuXzBUcjhDdUxrWHc&mode=public
  • Student SamplesCollaborative Project: Technology PlanTechnology Plan For NexTech High School Prepared by: Bonnie Miller, Project Manager, Ruby Pedroza, QualityReviewer/Evaluator, Bow Lee, Graphic Designerhttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1p25uRePv0rJFSm38tGEX1GMhjbz7FbniCAPIbKruSdQ/editCreating Surveys and Gathering Datahttps://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0ArppWEKkYPMQdEsyVTNYUERpcGVwRFdhazFXNjlvenc#gid=0
  • iGoogleWhat Can You Add• Weather• Google Apps• Gadgets• Themes• Podcasts• Calendars• Create Gadgets• RSS• Encyclopedias• Games• Personalized search
  • Advanced Searching Blogsearch NewsBlog search: Most current information on many topics.News: Multiple Perspectives : "See all x stories."
  • Blogger• Encourages critical reading• Creates “Glocal” community• Empowers students as writers and individuals• Promotes higher order, critical, and creative thinking• Engages students in "the conversation"• Fosters learning independent of time, space, & place• Captures thinking patterns and growth across extended time• Improves communication skills• Fosters interconnected thinking
  • Google Earth Google Earth Gallery Google Earth Gallery for Education
  • More Resources • Google for Educators o http://www.google.com/educators/p_docs.html • Google Earth User Guide o http://earth.google.com/userguide/v4/ • Google Earth Ideas o http://www.google.com/educators/geo_class.html • Google Reader Tour o http://www.google.com/help/reader/tour.html • Blogger Blog o http://buzz.blogger.com/
  • Real-World Teaching Examples Web 2.0 – 3 C’s Course Overview Cynthias Course Intro Voicethread Example Embedding a Video in eCollege (Jing/Screencast, Camtasia Relay)
  • 15 Reasons Why Google Docs RocksPersonal Use Price - It’s Free. Really. Ease of Use - If you can type, you can use Google Docs. It discards the advanced features of MS Office that you never use and makes the rest as easy as possible. Any Device, Anywhere - You can access your documents from any computer with an Internet connection. If you use Google Chrome browser, you can even access your documents offline. Read and even edit via your mobile devices, like iPad2 and Android phones. No flash drives needed. Organization & Search - Google powered search & tagging make finding your docs easy. No software needed - you don’t need to have MS Office installed. Any modern browser can edit the docs
  • 15 Reasons Why Google Docs Rocks Office Compatibility - upload existing MS Office documents (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and start working! You can also download your Google Docs into PDF or MS Office formats. Auto-Save - Google saves documents every couple of seconds without you thinking about it. Never lose your work again. Revision History - View any and all changes to a document and revert back to any point in its history. Offsite Backup & Security - If your laptop is damaged, stolen, or hard drive fails, your work is still there.
  • Pros and Cons Exam
  • Pros and ConsPros Cons• Free space to collaborate • Internet required• No software required • Some learning curve• Integrate video, • Limited support spreadsheet, forms, • Privacy concerns graphics, etc. • Fear of the "cloud"• Easy to share• No more "I left it on my other computer."
  • Web 2.0 & “Googley” Ideas• Collaborative projects• Co-editing essays• Collaborative research papers• Group discussions• Creative writing• Portfolios• Class Blog• All online access, anytime, anywhere
  • VoiceThread: Web 2.0•What is a VoiceThread?•VoiceThread at Penn State•Student Example from EDT 609•Using VoiceThread
  • Web EvolutionRead = Knowledge & Comprehension Interoperability Tagging & Metadata Study Published September 2012
  • What is Web 3.0? The Semantic Web Metadata Data integration Data analysis Personalization and adaptiveHorizon’s Report, Higher Education New Media Consortium