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Share Your Shared Space

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The project aims to develop new policies and new methods for an integral approach of the planning of public space for which man and his surroundings are taken as the basis.

The project aims to develop new policies and new methods for an integral approach of the planning of public space for which man and his surroundings are taken as the basis.

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  • 1. Share Your Shared Space Trends in interaction and communication on the Web
  • 2. The Web Shared Space versus
  • 3. The “Old” Web
    • Limited functionality for users
    • Strict (technical) regulations
    • Seperated sections
    • No interaction, interoperability
    • Little power & responsibility on user level
  • 4. The New Web: Web 2.0
    • Web 2.0 is all about:
    • Sharing
    • Interaction
    • Communication
    • and …
  • 5. Users taking control
  • 6. Creating their own content
  • 7. And their own space
  • 8. In the New Web Users are
    • creating “traffic”
  • 9. In the New Web Users are Shaping their own personal space, But ….
  • 10. … . ALWAYS SHARING IT WITH EVERYONE
  • 11. “ The World is FLAT for everybody” “ People will change their habits quickly when they have a strong reason to do so, and people have an innate urge to connect with other people” Marc Andreessen, co-founder Mosaic, Netscape
  • 12.  
  • 13.  
  • 14.  
  • 15.  
  • 16. FINDABILITY & SEARCH
  • 17. LIBRARYTHING
  • 18.  
  • 19. Make your Projects Visible
    • Extra Tool:
    • Shared Space Toolbar
  • 20.
    • http://Sharedspace.ourtoolbar.com
  • 21. Make your Projects Findable Use Social Software & Create Shared Space Community
  • 22. http://sharedspace.ning.com
  • 23. Invitation
    • Visit & Join the Shared Space Network
    • Tell your contacts about it, invite them too!
    • Share Your Experience, photo’s, video’s news & bookmarks and help build a Community around Shared Space & Collaborate
  • 24. Thank you for your attention!
    • Guus van den Brekel
    • Central Medical Library
    • University Medical Center Groningen
    • http://digicmb.blogspot.com

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