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Day 4: “Web1, Web2, Web3” …

Day 4: “Web1, Web2, Web3”
Thursday, 7 February 2013
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Returning back to course content, we will discuss the story of The Stolen Sidekick, and what it might demonstrate about the differences between “old” and “new” media. This example will help us better understand the implications of evolution of communication technologies from pre-Web, Web 1.0, Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 – implications for how we use (and are used by) our technologies.

Join us at www.wvucommmooc.org or on Twitter at #WVUCommMOOC!

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  • 1. #WVUCommMOOCWEB1  WEB2  WEB3
  • 2. FOR TODAY• Pre-Web• Web1• Web2• Web3
  • 3. PRE-WEB• There was a time before computers!• “old” media systems – Stuck in space-time – One-way transmission – Mass audiences
  • 4. WEB1 • 6 August 1991 marks a shift in how we transmit information • Web 1 – “Read” – “Retrieve”
  • 5. WEB2• In 2005, we were introduced to a new way of thinking about “Web”• Web2 – “Create” “Could it be that the dot- – “Collaborate” com collapse marked some kind of turning point for the web?” – ∆ in how existing tech was used ~Tim O’Reilly, on Web 2.0
  • 6. WEB1 VS. WEB2
  • 7. WEB3• “Create” and “Collaborate” assumes that we are active…• …but can the Web generate its “own” information?
  • 8. PRE-WEB, WEB1, WEB2, WEB3
  • 9. PRE-WEB, WEB1, WEB2, WEB3• Are we going to a semantic web? “It seems so, as our shared social space has given us more access to those many different bits of information. But, do we still need the “earlier” webs (and pre-web)? Do those channels still satisfy our goals? And can “generative” information meet our goals?”
  • 10. ENGAGE• Let’s chat more! Share your answers and bring your own questions and commentary: – @bowmanspartan with #WVUCommMOOC – WVUCommMOOC discussion forum• 8 February 2013: “Power in Numbers”