Web 2.0 Challenges
  for Appraisal


        Modern Archives Institute
                 v 2.0 May 2009
Web 2.0 is:




A second generation of design for websites

Facilitating communication and collaboration
among individuals...
Web 2.0 Tools



Instant Messaging

Dynamic Web Sites/Content

Wikis

Blogs/Microblogs
Appraisal Concerns


Appraisal Questions:

  What constitutes the “record”

  Method of capture

  Frequency of capture

 ...
Instant Messaging (IM)


IM is the act of instantly communicating
between two or more people over a network –
such as the ...
Instant Messaging


Adoption in corporate world – less intrusive
than telephone:

“We send 2.5 million IMs within IBM each...
Instant Messaging


SEC rule 17a-4 requires that exchange members, brokers,
and dealers must retain all communications sen...
Dynamic Web Content


Changing uses of the world wide web:

  Web Portals

  Really Simple Syndication (RSS) Feeds

  Blog...
Web Portals



Portals provide a starting point or gateway to other
existing web resources.

  Easy access to a collection...
http://www.usa.gov/
RSS

RSS (or “feed”) provides web content or a
summary of that content and a web link.

RSS delivers content as an XML file...
http://www.whitehouse.gov/rss/
Blogs

Generally a series of articles/postings in reverse
chronological order (with or without comments)

Posting via a fo...
http://www.tsa.gov/blog/
http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/shuttle/shuttlemissions/sts119/
                    launch/launch_blog.html
http://blogs.state.gov/
Social Network
http://www.twitter.com/dipnote
http://www.twitter.com/raco2009
Wikis


Wiki brings together a "community of interest" around a
simple web content management application to post and
edit...
Wikis contain Records?

SE Asia Tsunami 2005: global ad hoc emergency
response providing information about survivors and
c...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intellipedia
NARA Guidance


Frequently Asked Questions About Instant Messaging

  http://www.archives.gov/records-mgmt/initiatives/
  ...
Questions and Discussion


Contact Information:


 
   Arian D. Ravanbakhsh


 
   arian.ravanbakhsh@nara.gov


 
   (301)...
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    1. 1. Web 2.0 Challenges for Appraisal Modern Archives Institute v 2.0 May 2009
    2. 2. Web 2.0 is: A second generation of design for websites Facilitating communication and collaboration among individuals and content creators Rise of social networks
    3. 3. Web 2.0 Tools Instant Messaging Dynamic Web Sites/Content Wikis Blogs/Microblogs
    4. 4. Appraisal Concerns Appraisal Questions: What constitutes the “record” Method of capture Frequency of capture Other technical issues
    5. 5. Instant Messaging (IM) IM is the act of instantly communicating between two or more people over a network – such as the Internet; Requires the use of a client program that establishes a connection; Different than email – allows real-time conversation. Services offer a “presence” feature to indicate if people on contact lists are available.
    6. 6. Instant Messaging Adoption in corporate world – less intrusive than telephone: “We send 2.5 million IMs within IBM each day. And we have virtually zero voice mails here.” David Marshak, senior product manager for collaboration at IBM quoted in New York Times, April 5, 2006.
    7. 7. Instant Messaging SEC rule 17a-4 requires that exchange members, brokers, and dealers must retain all communications sent or received for a period of 2 years in a readily-available form and then an additional 6 years. Applicable to IM. Leading to the development of solutions to assist with capture and “archiving” of IM. IM clients may have the ability to preserve messages in “history” files. Locations (directory) and size of file vary from client to client.
    8. 8. Dynamic Web Content Changing uses of the world wide web: Web Portals Really Simple Syndication (RSS) Feeds Blogs Wikis
    9. 9. Web Portals Portals provide a starting point or gateway to other existing web resources. Easy access to a collection of web resources focused on a particular type of information or subject from a variety of sources and, Easy access to different types of web services, such as search engines.
    10. 10. http://www.usa.gov/
    11. 11. RSS RSS (or “feed”) provides web content or a summary of that content and a web link. RSS delivers content as an XML file. RSS allows frequent users to receive content by using aggregators. Used for many activities: marketing, bug- reporting, news updates, replaces email.
    12. 12. http://www.whitehouse.gov/rss/
    13. 13. Blogs Generally a series of articles/postings in reverse chronological order (with or without comments) Posting via a form with title, body, and link to article (increasingly content in the body… not linked) Automatic posting with date, category Can contain text, video, images and text linking to audio.
    14. 14. http://www.tsa.gov/blog/
    15. 15. http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/shuttle/shuttlemissions/sts119/ launch/launch_blog.html
    16. 16. http://blogs.state.gov/
    17. 17. Social Network
    18. 18. http://www.twitter.com/dipnote
    19. 19. http://www.twitter.com/raco2009
    20. 20. Wikis Wiki brings together a "community of interest" around a simple web content management application to post and edit web content. Unlike blogs, anyone can edit content. Each change is saved so that postings can be compared. More than any other of the applications, a wiki promotes direct and active participation by a distributed network of collaborators. Random Fact: Wiki is Hawaiian for “Fast.”
    21. 21. Wikis contain Records? SE Asia Tsunami 2005: global ad hoc emergency response providing information about survivors and coordinating relief needs. IRS Integration Navigation System: Unified topic map access to IRS publications, FAQs authored by multiple groups. National Science Foundation: collaboration for information requests outside pre-established program areas. US Patent Office: exploring their “e-view” process involving multiple experts reviewing patent claims
    22. 22. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intellipedia
    23. 23. NARA Guidance Frequently Asked Questions About Instant Messaging http://www.archives.gov/records-mgmt/initiatives/ im-faq.html Implications of Recent Web Technologies for NARA Web Guidance http://www.archives.gov/records-mgmt/initiatives/ web-tech.html Toolkit for Managing Electronic Records http://toolkit.archives.gov
    24. 24. Questions and Discussion Contact Information: Arian D. Ravanbakhsh arian.ravanbakhsh@nara.gov (301) 837-2086 or @adravan on Twitter

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