Data Portability for Educators

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Data Portability for Educators

  1. Data Portability open standards for sharing and remixing data http://www.flickr.com/photos/adammcgrath/429230598/ 28/02/08
  2. Overview ● why is the BBC interested in data portability ● what is data portability ● many examples of good and bad practice ● portability principles http://www.flickr.com/photos/adammcgrath/429230598/
  3. “Get web savvy or we die...”
  4. The audience/participations are in control
  5. The user controlled revolution http://www.flickr.com/photos/sinistergiraffee
  6. The era of control has passed http://www.flickr.com/photos/gadgettakesapicture/2240511988/
  7. The era of control has passed http://www.flickr.com/photos/gadgettakesapicture/2240511988/
  8. Does it work on a iphone?
  9. Data portability “As users, our identity, photos, videos and other forms of personal data should be discoverable by, and shared between our chosen (and trusted) tools or vendors. We need a DHCP for Identity. A distributed File System for data. The technologies already exist, we simply need a complete reference design to put the pieces together.”
  10. Data portability principles ● We want control over the profiles, relationships, content and media we create and maintain, regardless of what platform they are hosted on ● We want open formats, APIs, protocols and policies for the data we control ● We want to protect user rights and privacy ● We will recommend existing standards wherever possible rather than inventing new ones
  11. Same principles? ● Your students should have control over the profiles, relationships, content and media we create and maintain, regardless of what platform they are hosted on ● Your students should use open formats, APIs, protocols and policies for the data they control ● You want to protect their rights and privacy ● You should be recommending existing standards wherever possible rather than inventing new ones
  12. We want control over our accounts http://www.flickr.com/photos/libraryman/646403383/
  13. Untrusted services
  14. Social networking gone bad
  15. This is the definition of phishing
  16. Permission based system
  17. Permission based system
  18. OpenID and Oauth
  19. OpenID login
  20. Import your social graph
  21. Social network portability
  22. We want control over our content http://www.flickr.com/photos/ericrice/1695411823/
  23. Proprietary tools
  24. Flash in a Silo
  25. Service lock in
  26. Export my own data
  27. Transformable formats
  28. Importing similar data
  29. We want to licence our content http://www.flickr.com/photos/peweck/423497311/
  30. Who owns what?
  31. Creative Commons licences
  32. Other licences
  33. Which license?
  34. Discoverable licensing
  35. Facebook Eula “By posting User Content to any part of the Site, you automatically grant, and you represent and warrant that you have the right to grant, to the Company an irrevocable, perpetual, non-exclusive, transferable, fully paid, worldwide license (with the right to sublicense) to use, copy, publicly perform, publicly display, reformat, translate, excerpt (in whole or in part) and distribute such User Content for any purpose, commercial, advertising, or otherwise, on or in connection with the Site or the promotion thereof, to prepare derivative works of, or incorporate into other works, such User Content, and to grant and authorize sublicenses of the foregoing.”
  36. We want to participate openly http://www.flickr.com/photos/iconolith/145162224/
  37. Open collaboration
  38. Sharing geological information
  39. Collaborative documents
  40. Exporting collaborative works
  41. We will move if we want to http://www.flickr.com/photos/mamat/204542767/
  42. Microsoft & Yahoo! deal “As soon as the news hit the wires that Microsoft is proposing a $44.6 billion bid for Yahoo, Flickr users began posting anti-Microsoft images, satirical quot;Flickr Livequot; logos and announcing they will abandon Flickr if it falls into Microsoft hands, fearing such a move would mark the beginning of the end.”
  43. Passionate response http://www.flickr.com/photos/satoboy/2236710520/
  44. Transferring your content
  45. Transferring your content
  46. Forced account removal
  47. Deleting all traces of yourself
  48. Voluntary account removal
  49. Another form of lock in?
  50. We expect our media to be perma-linked
  51. Encouraging deep linking
  52. Encouraging archived media
  53. Perma-linked Media
  54. Perma-linking document pages
  55. Perma-links into media blobs
  56. Audio perma-links
  57. Audio excerpts
  58. We want to share content and knowledge http://www.flickr.com/photos/mimax/319342240/
  59. Sharing of Statistics
  60. Sharing of Statistics
  61. Export of Statistics
  62. Export of data
  63. Export of meta-data
  64. Export of your attention
  65. Sharing of content
  66. We want access to our own data
  67. RSS feeds http://www.flickr.com/photos/torchondo/493773202/
  68. Microformats
  69. Open API's
  70. Microsoft open's up
  71. Microsoft open's up
  72. Aggregation possibilities
  73. Collective intelligence
  74. Adding meaning to data
  75. We want social tools to aid portability http://www.flickr.com/photos/technopops/117494977
  76. Applescript + Automator
  77. Conduit
  78. Yahoo! Pipes
  79. Saving your blog entries
  80. Recording Voip
  81. Enable a API from any online source
  82. Instil these principles in your students ● We want control over our accounts ● We want control over our content ● We want to licence our content ● We will move if we want to ● We want to participate openly ● We expect our media to be perma-linked ● We want to share content and knowledge ● We want access to our own data ● We want social tools to aid portability http://www.flickr.com/photos/superciliousness/1922398858/
  83. Don't screw up, the alternative is scary... http://www.flickr.com/photos/gadgettakesapicture/2240511988/
  84. Thank you, any questions? http://www.cubicgarden.com Ian Forrester - ian.forrester@bbc.co.uk http://www.flickr.com/photos/dogseat/436402348/ Presentation : CC BY-NC-SA

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