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  • Three Stars and a Chili Pepper: Social Software, Folksonomy, and User Reviews in the College Context Joseph Ugoretz Borough of Manhattan Community College CUNY IT Forum—December 2, 2005
  • Vignette the First— Boca Raton
  • Vignette the Second— Vatican City
  • Vignette the Third Brooklyn
  • Vignette the Fourth— Massachusetts
  • The New Tools--Google
  • The New Tools--Wikis
  • The New Tools—Tagging and Folksonomy
  • The New Tools—User Reviews
  • The New Tools
    • Little central authority
    • Shared, social, control
    • Collaborative references
    • User-provided content
  • What Can We do with These New Tools?
    • Use them for what they are—
    • New tools have new uses.
  • What Can We do with These New Tools?
    • New Questions—
      • Who is an expert?
      • What is expertise?
      • What is relevant?
      • What is accurate?
  • What Can We Do with These New Tools?
    • Use the tools—and make use of the fact that they’re public.
    • Evaluate and challenge.
    • Object lessons—learn the rules of the tools (and the rule of extremes).
  • What Can We Do with These New Tools? Serendipity!
  • Caveats and Conclusions
    • Think about your own discipline…
    • A hacksaw is not a hammer!
    Email me for more information about how to try these tools: jugoretz@bmcc.cuny.edu