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  • 1. Portfolio Summary Presentation by Juan Alberto B. Tupas<br />Cs Elective The Social Web<br />
  • 2. What have I learned and achieved so far in this course?<br />Portfolio Summary Presentation<br />
  • 3. First Project: The Social Web: What Has Changed Since 2006?<br />1st Project<br />
  • 4. The social web: what has changed since 2006<br />Our first task was to identify the changes of the social web since 2006. <br />We responded by using Mind42, a browser-based collaborative mind map <br />We collaborated in creating our own mind map based on what has changed on the social web<br />The following slides will show what we’ve done<br />
  • 5. The social web: what has changed since 2006<br />
  • 6. The social web: what has changed since 2006<br />Our own mind map on Mind42<br />
  • 7. Second Project: Wikipedia – What Leads To Wikipedia’s Quality?<br />2nd Project<br />
  • 8. Wikipedia – What Leads To Wikipedia’s Quality<br />Our task was to answer the question – “What leads to Wikipedia’s quality?”, knowing that Wikipedia is also a collaborative project on the internet<br />We had to learn how to create our own Wikipedia account and how to create our own original article on Wikipedia<br />The Wikipedia article we’ve created was based on something we considered ourselves an “expert” on <br />The article I created was about nHancer, an advanced control panel and profile editor for NVIDIA graphics cards<br />
  • 9. Wikipedia – What Leads To Wikipedia’s Quality<br />
  • 10. Wikipedia – What Leads To Wikipedia’s Quality<br />My first Wikipedia article<br />
  • 11. Third Project: Are Web Technologies That Complicated?<br />3rd Project<br />
  • 12. Are Web Technologies That Complicated?<br />In this project, we needed to make another collaboration via the built-in Wiki on our Kalayaan class website<br />We responded by collaborating on a Web Technologies Wiki and by enumerating some of the web technologies we know <br />We identified what kind of web technologies are present in Web 2.0, and these web technologies involved web applications that feature information sharing and collaboration<br />
  • 13. Are Web Technologies That Complicated?<br />
  • 14. Are Web Technologies That Complicated?<br />My contribution to our class Wiki<br />
  • 15. Fourth Project: Making Our First Facebook Application<br />4th Project<br />
  • 16. Making Our First Facebook Application<br />Our task was to create our very own Facebook application<br />We were given a 5-minute tutorial on how to create a Facebook app by using a web server<br />I wasn’t able to actually make a Facebook app because I had a difficult time understanding how to use a web server<br />Due to this, I just used Facebook’s built-in application builder in order to create my own app<br />The Facebook application I created was a chance app<br />I also never used Facebook before, since I’m not a fan of social networking sites, so this was the first time I’ve used Facebook<br />
  • 17. Making Our First Facebook Application<br />The 5-Minute Tutorial<br />
  • 18. Making Our First Facebook Application<br />
  • 19. Making Our First Facebook Application<br />My first attempted Facebook App<br />
  • 20. Fifth Project: Dealing With Newcomers & Encouraging Contribution<br />5th Project<br />
  • 21. Dealing With Newcomers & Encouraging Contribution<br />We were assigned to answer the question, “What makes a social application viral?”<br />After creating our first Facebook app, we were assigned to promote it within a period of one week while gathering daily data on how many users were using our application<br />Promoting my app was hard, since it was the first time I used Facebook and I had to find friends and people to try my app<br />Because my first attempted Facebook app was very lame and useless, I decided to create another app (a quiz app)<br />
  • 22. Dealing With Newcomers & Encouraging Contribution<br />My Facebook application profile<br />
  • 23. Sixth Project: Encouraging Contribution (Project Day)<br />6th Project<br />
  • 24. Encouraging Contribution (Project Day)<br />After promoting our Facebook application and gathering daily data, we then had to “demonstrate” it<br />We were assigned to use Google Docs in order to present and demonstrate our Facebook app<br />We also had to answer the question, “What is special about your Facebook application?” in our Google Docs presentation<br />
  • 25. Encouraging Contribution (Project Day)<br />Google Docs<br />
  • 26. Encouraging Contribution (Project Day)<br />My Google Docs Presentation<br />
  • 27. Seventh Project: Wisdom of Crowds & Information Cascades<br />7th Project<br />
  • 28. Wisdom of Crowds & Information Cascades<br />In this project, we needed to participate in a debate on our Kalayaan class website<br />The topic of the debate was about crowds being considered as “smart” and we had to choose to be FOR or AGAINST this subject<br />We also needed to give a reference to our stand<br />I chose to be AGAINST because I don’t believe that all crowds on the internet are smart and they cannot be trusted<br />
  • 29. Wisdom of Crowds & Information Cascades<br />Debate Main Page<br />
  • 30. Wisdom of Crowds & Information Cascades<br />My stand<br />
  • 31. Eighth Project: The Web As A Social Network<br />8th Project<br />
  • 32. The Web As A Social Network<br />In this project, we were supposed to identify the ways by which the web can be considered as social<br />We were asked if we could find a website which is not social<br />I was surprised that I couldn’t think of a website which isn’t social, and I also couldn’t find one<br />We responded by posting our answer and our ideas on our class website’s blog<br />
  • 33. The Web As A Social Network<br />My Blog Response<br />
  • 34. Ninth Project: The Social Web & Privacy<br />9th Project<br />
  • 35. The Social Web & Privacy<br />Our ninth project was about our personal privacy on the internet<br />We were asked how much personal information we were disclosing online<br />We also had to Google ourselves and we had to respond to the question by giving our reaction based on the search results<br />And finally, we had to describe and explain our privacy settings on Facebook<br />Our response was written in another blog post in our class website<br />
  • 36. The Social Web & Privacy<br />Google Results For My Name<br />
  • 37. The Social Web & Privacy<br />My Blog Response<br />
  • 38. 10th Project: More Web Technologies<br />10th Project<br />
  • 39. More Web Technologies<br />Our task was to create our own timeline using the “Class Tool”<br />The timeline was about the internet, and how it evolved since its popular birth in 1969<br />The timeline should also contain the Web’s evolving web technologies and tools<br />We were also assigned to indicate the Web’s development from Web 1.0 to Web 3.0, and we had to incorporate our personal references into our timeline<br />
  • 40. More Web Technologies<br />The Class Tool<br />
  • 41. More Web Technologies<br />My Timeline<br />

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