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  • The internet’s social revolution
    Web 2.0
    Presented to International Association of Administrative Professionals
    By Whit Tice 3/9/2010
  • Presentation Flow
    Handouts
    Whitroduction - Who’s this Whit guy?
    Internet background
    Social revolution
    Types of web 2.0 techniques and tools
    Social Navigation
    Social Networking
    Wikis
    Forums
    Blogs
    Microblogs
    Q&A
  • Handouts
    Please fill out the handouts
    Content will be used during presentation and combined afterwards for follow up
  • Whitroduction
    Educational background:
    Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (2003)
    Masters of Business Administration (2008)
    Positive Organizational Development and Change (2009)
    Professional web 2.0 experience
    IBM, studying open source communities
    Boeing, adapting enterprise change model to web 2.0
    Consulting, utilized Web 2.0 for project management
    Personal web 2.0 experience:
    Professionally very involved in LinkedIn social networking/navigation, Wordpress blogging, and Twitter microblogging
    Personally involved in Facebook and Twitter social networking/navigation
  • Very Brief Internet History
    Started from collaboration of government and research institutions
    Notably, Defense Advance Research Project Agency (DARPA 1973), MIT, IBM, Xerox and more
    Standards formed
    TCP/IP for transmission
    DNS hosting
    Commercial interaction as PCs came about in 1980’s-1990’s
    User communities formed
    ISPs - AOL, Netscape, Earthlink, Netzero and more
  • Internet Social Revolution1
    The ubiquity and popularity of the internet brought with it the social interaction. That social interaction is the next level of the internet’s development. It is Web 2.0.
    Static web pages of information now can be augmented with human experience, knowledge, and ideas.
    Gartner prediction: “By 2014, social networking services will replace e-mail as the primary vehicle for interpersonal communications for 20 percent of business users.”2
  • Social Navigation
    Description:
    Using the internet to follow the course and experience of others. This is like walking through a forest. Naturally, you’d seek out the trail that was paved the most. This is relying on previous experience. Similarly, socially navigating the web works in much the same way.
    Up side:
    Saves time
    Helps ensure you have experiences you want
    Down side:
    It can take time for information to build up before it’s useful
    Uses:
    Consumer reviews
    Favorite sites and resources
  • Social Navigation Example
  • Social Navigation Example
  • Social Navigation Example
  • Social Navigation Example
    Audience examples:
    Favorite restaurant sharing
    Favorite website sharing
  • Social Networking
    Description:
    Connecting via the internet for advice, reconnecting, getting to know new people
    Up side:
    Networking to help professionally, personally or just for fun
    Down side:
    Time wasted, awkward connections from high school
    Uses:
    Expand your access to personal/professional colleagues
    Expert assistance
    Event planning/attendance
    Job lookups and investigations
  • Social Networking Example
  • Social Networking Example
  • Social Networking Example
    Dentyne commercial about friend requests3
  • Social Networking Example
    Audience examples:
    Professional Interest or Challenge sharing & collaborating
    Learning goal for 2010 sharing & collaborating
  • Wikis
    Description:
    Collaborative encyclopedia, message board or document
    Up side:
    Anyone can contribute – everyone can add value to the site easily
    Down side:
    Anyone can contribute – there might be a need to have an administrator approve changes or give access levels to make certain people do not put in wrong information
    Uses:
    Project documents
    Meeting notes
    Information repository
  • Wiki Example
    Stephen Colbert on Wikipedia usage4
  • Forums
    Description:
    Online message board where topics are discussed, often talking with or getting help from an expert
    Up side:
    Ability to answer tough, complex questions
    Easy to hold discussions
    Down side:
    Unanswered questions
    Too much information or bad information (spam)
    Uses:
    Q&A
    Fan sites
  • SparksPeople
    Forum Example
  • Forum Example
  • Forum Example
  • Blogs
    Description:
    An online journal or article that professional or personal purposes to an open or closed audience
    Up side:
    Easy to follow areas of interest and can get great information
    Down side:
    Low quality information causes wasted time
    Uses:
    Journaling
    Resource sharing
    Personal or professional articles
  • Blog Example
  • Blog Example
  • Microblogs
    Description:
    Short, quick updates (140 characters) that share information to a large audience
    Up side:
    Very easy to share and read resource sharing and communication
    Down side:
    Mundane, trite information spreading
    “Another tweet claimed the following: ‘UPS IS SHIPPING TO HAITI FOR FREE TOMORROW UNDER 50 lbs. Clothing/food drives @ all United Way & Salvation Army.’ The Truth: UPS reports that no such offer has been made and the company can’t even get its trucks around the country.”5
    Uses:
    Quick research, networking and reading
    Sharing what’s happening from a porch or otherwise
  • Microblog Example
  • Microblogs Example
    Verizon commercial about status updates6
  • Q&A
    ?
  • References
    The Web 1.0 to Web 2.0 table comparison image was taken 2/15/2010 from http://oreilly.com/web2/archive/what-is-web-20.html
    Article quote taken from http://www.gartner.com/it/page.jsp?id=1293114 on 2/4/2010
    Youtube video taken from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5LnMngY51c on 2/6/2010
    Youtube video taken from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=20PlHx_JjEo on 2/6/2010
    Article excerpt taken from http://www.saycampuslife.com/2010/01/15/twitter-rumors-reveal-underside-of-social-media/?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter on 2/4/2010
    Youtube video taken from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=20PlHx_JjEo on 2/6/2010
    Blogs, Forums, and Twitter images taken from their respective home pages and simple navigation on 2/15/2010