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Who We Web, Way We Work
Who We Web, Way We Work
Who We Web, Way We Work
Who We Web, Way We Work
Who We Web, Way We Work
Who We Web, Way We Work
Who We Web, Way We Work
Who We Web, Way We Work
Who We Web, Way We Work
Who We Web, Way We Work
Who We Web, Way We Work
Who We Web, Way We Work
Who We Web, Way We Work
Who We Web, Way We Work
Who We Web, Way We Work
Who We Web, Way We Work
Who We Web, Way We Work
Who We Web, Way We Work
Who We Web, Way We Work
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Who Web Web, Way We Work is a analogy presentation of the World Wide Web to communication and publishing practitioners at the International Rice Research Institute. …

Who Web Web, Way We Work is a analogy presentation of the World Wide Web to communication and publishing practitioners at the International Rice Research Institute.
May 2009

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    • 1. Web What the Web is , really ?
    • 2. What the heck, really , is the Web! IT ALL LOOKS GEEK TO ME!!!
    • 3. What the Web is about <ul><li>“ branding a house” “herding cats ” “ aligning -our-ducks” </li></ul><ul><li>enabler participation engagement </li></ul><ul><li>connecting-the-dots interaction </li></ul><ul><li>communication people </li></ul>W ay W e W ork ( and have fun)
    • 4. The Web as a TV network different shows: block-timer; in-house; syndicated series, news, special interests &amp; events, movies
    • 5. The Web as a library/bookstore different resources: books; magazines, journals, DV-CDs, newspapers, anything printed reading, browsing, copying, referencing
    • 6. The Web as a telephone company different services: voice telephony; data transfer; internet connection email , gaming, entertainment , messaging
    • 7. The Web is a plaza different appeals to individuals: socialize; know-learn; discover; anything anyone care about converging point , destination, Sunday habit
    • 8. What IRRI.ORG is a cog in the World Wide Web
    • 9. A Google Earth view of IRRI
    • 10. Web Team is not Albert, Serge, nor Darell alone Co-create content (with IRRI staff); use content to connect the dots ; make sense of content for our users; then inseminate and pull content from our users Every CPS staff is a content provider (text, photos, videos, audio, graphics) for IRRI.ORG
    • 11. A Web content management platform All Together!
    • 12. Useful content is King! <ul><li>build on user-defined functions for content; </li></ul><ul><li>offer packaged content ; </li></ul><ul><li>then cultivate user-generated content </li></ul>
    • 13. For content to be useful … <ul><li>We put meaning and context of content </li></ul><ul><li>for our users </li></ul>
    • 14. Dive in!
    • 15. Show and tell / Q &amp; A
    • 16. Web Channel to interact. Network to engage. Repository to access. Medium to communicate. Tool at work to achieve mission . IRRI.ORG can only be what we want and will it to be tomorrow.
    • 17. The Web is Us
    • 18. W ho, W e? W eb?
    • 19. end
    • 20. Elements of UX

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