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Quick definition/explanation of wikis and web 2.0.

Quick definition/explanation of wikis and web 2.0.

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  • 1. Created by: Paula Trapani-Wiener LRMS Librarian
  • 2. Wikis are part of
    • They are basically new kinds of websites found on a new kind of Internet.
    • So now the question is…
    • What IS Web 2.0?
  • 3. When the Internet first became popular (mid 1990s), it was called the
  • 4. But the Internet has grown and changed.
    • The “World Wide Web” has had a makeover.
    • It now has a new format, new technologies, and a new name…
    • Say good-bye to “Web 1.0” and hello to…
  • 5. Here are a couple of to help illustrate the evolution of the Internet from Web 1.0 to Web 2.0 .
  • 6.  
  • 7.  
  • 8. In a nutshell,
    • Web 2.0 is
    • Here are a few of the key differences between the old web and the new…
  • 9.
    • There were 250,000 websites.
    • There were 45 million Internet users.
    • There are 80,000,000 websites.
    • There are over 1 billion Internet users.
  • 10. Web 1.0 was about… Web 2.0 is about…
    • Reading
    • Content
    • Lectures
    • One-way communication
    • One-dimensional
    • Individuals
    • Finding information
    • Personal webpages
    • “ Expert” voice
    • Pay for software & domain
    • One author
    • Writing
    • Multimedia
    • Conversations
    • Bi-directional communication
    • Interactive
    • Collaboration
    • Making connections
    • Blogs, wikis, etc.
    • Peer to peer
    • Free software and hosting
    • Many authors, editors, collaborators
  • 11. Web 1.0 had… Web 2.0 has…
    • Old-fashioned websites containing old-fashioned text and old-fashioned images
    • Blogs : online journals, diaries, or web logs like Blogger
    • Wikis : collaborative websites like Wikipedia
    • Photo sharing : like Photobucket or Flickr
    • Video sharing : like YouTube
    • Audio : like podcasts
    • Social networking sites : like MySpace and Facebook
    • Social bookmarks : like del.icio.us
  • 12.  
  • 13. To sum up…
    • Are websites made by one person but contributed to by many
    • Are quick and easy to create (no software knowledge necessary)
    • May contain web 2.0 elements like slide shows, podcasts, videos, etc.
    • Are used for communication, discussion, collaboration , and sharing.