NMC 2.0: The Content is You

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Presentation by Tom Hapgood and Alan Levine for the NMC 2006 Regional Conference. An overview and attempt to solicit input for the new iteration of NMC's web presence.

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  • Very Cool! That makes a lot of difference. I would ditch the next/back navigation as a slide click; and make it done via the buttons, space bars and arrow keys.

    But you really also should consider autolinking any URLs that appear in the notes, e.g. http://slideshare.net/cogdog/nmc-20-the-content-is-you/1
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  • Links mentioned in presentation are at:
    http://www.nmc.org/nmcpedia/Content_Is_You_Links
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  • Hyperlinks do work (e.g., click on 'People' above), its just that the ones on the right or left get obscured by the navigation. We are thinking about how to address that.
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  • It's not nearly as good until slideshare adds ability to preserve hyperlinks!
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  • NMC 2.0: The Content is You

    1. 1. NMC 2.0 The Content is You Alan Levine, NMC Tom Hapgood, University of Arkansas Creative Commons licensed flickr photo by wondrous22
    2. 2. Easy! Fun! Creative-Commons Licensed flickr photo by bcostin
    3. 3. Web 2.0? Creative-Commons Licensed flickr photo by kk+
    4. 4. Why is it signficant? Creative-Commons Licensed flickr photo by travelinlibrarian
    5. 5. User Generated Content Creative-Commons Licensed flickr photo by Linus Gelber
    6. 6. Wikis Spread Like Weeds Creative-Commons Licensed flickr photo by Max xx
    7. 8. Del.icio.us
    8. 9. flickr
    9. 10. 43 THINGS PLACES PEOPLE
    10. 11. Digg
    11. 12. Wikimapia
    12. 13. Graphic built with gliffy
    13. 14. NMC 1.0
    14. 15. Doesn’t Know Me
    15. 16. Community = email
    16. 17. Intermediate Steps Creative-Commons Licensed flickr photo by renatela
    17. 20. Rough Sketch
    18. 21. It Knows Me Creative-Commons Licensed flickr photo by piXotropic
    19. 22. tags Creative-Commons Licensed flickr photo by kimyo
    20. 23. Aggregator
    21. 24. Conference Proposals
    22. 25. Center Map
    23. 26. Spotlights
    24. 27. Prototype
    25. 28. Develop in Open

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