IST400/600 Social Web Technologies Final Project Demo

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IST400/600 Social Web Technologies Final Project Demo

  1. 1. IST 400/600 – fall 2010Social Web TechnologiesFinal project presentations<br />Instructor: Keisuke Inoue<br />Assistant: Nathan Prestopnik<br />Professor of Record: R. David Lankes<br />1<br />
  2. 2. Agenda<br />2<br />Course description<br />Overview<br />Course Objectives<br />Learning<br />Project presentations:<br />Share the Fare – http://sharethefare.syr.edu<br />Collabart – http://collabart.syr.edu<br />NightLife – http://nightlife.syr.edu<br />OpenQuad – http://openquad.com<br />BookRex – http://bookrex.syr.edu<br />
  3. 3. Course overview<br />3<br />What are Social Web Technologies?<br />A collection of technologies that are enabling today's web systems where the contents or intellectual processes are produced by contributions from a mass of people through interactive user interfaces. Examples include:<br />Product review systems (e.g. Amazon)<br />Recommender systems (e.g. Netfilix) <br />Web search engines (e.g. Google)<br />Social networking services (e.g. FaceBook)<br />Media sharing services (e.g. Youtube)<br />Wiki (e.g. Wikipedia)<br />Blogging / Micro-blogging services (e.g. Twitter) <br />
  4. 4. Course overview<br />4<br />Objectives <br />The class serves as a gateway for students who are new to the various components that make up the Social Web Technologies.<br />For students who already have experience with or learned one of the technologies above, the classintegrates pieces of those technologies within thecontext of the social web technologies.<br />Students are encouraged to pursue further study by taking specialized courses that iSchool offers in the future.<br />
  5. 5. Learning<br />5<br />Method: Mr. Miyagi Method<br />Three Stages of Learning:<br />Fundamentals<br />Applications<br />Synthesis<br />
  6. 6. Learning<br />6<br />Stage 1: Fundamental<br />AKA “Wax on Wax off”<br />Architecture of Web App<br />Programming in Ruby<br />Social Web Phenomena<br />
  7. 7. Learning<br />7<br />Stage 2: Application<br />Develop a complete Web App. through a series of labs <br />Use a Web App. Framework Ruby on Rails<br />
  8. 8. Learning<br />8<br />Stage 3: Synthesis<br />Design and develop a unique Web App.<br />Systems available in the public domain. <br />
  9. 9. The projects :<br />9<br />Share the Fare – http://sharethefare.syr.edu<br />Collabart – http://collabart.syr.edu<br />NightLife – http://nightlife.syr.edu<br />OpenQuad – http://openquad.com<br />BookRex – http://bookrex.syr.edu<br />

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