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    • Portfolio Summary Presentation by Juan Alberto B. Tupas
      Cs Elective The Social Web
    • What have I learned and achieved so far in this course?
      Portfolio Summary Presentation
    • First Project: The Social Web: What Has Changed Since 2006?
      1st Project
    • The social web: what has changed since 2006
      Our first task was to identify the changes of the social web since 2006.
      We responded by using Mind42, a browser-based collaborative mind map
      We collaborated in creating our own mind map based on what has changed on the social web
      The following slides will show what we’ve done
    • The social web: what has changed since 2006
    • The social web: what has changed since 2006
      Our own mind map on Mind42
    • Second Project: Wikipedia – What Leads To Wikipedia’s Quality?
      2nd Project
    • Wikipedia – What Leads To Wikipedia’s Quality
      Our task was to answer the question – “What leads to Wikipedia’s quality?”, knowing that Wikipedia is also a collaborative project on the internet
      We had to learn how to create our own Wikipedia account and how to create our own original article on Wikipedia
      The Wikipedia article we’ve created was based on something we considered ourselves an “expert” on
      The article I created was about nHancer, an advanced control panel and profile editor for NVIDIA graphics cards
    • Wikipedia – What Leads To Wikipedia’s Quality
    • Wikipedia – What Leads To Wikipedia’s Quality
      My first Wikipedia article
    • Third Project: Are Web Technologies That Complicated?
      3rd Project
    • Are Web Technologies That Complicated?
      In this project, we needed to make another collaboration via the built-in Wiki on our Kalayaan class website
      We responded by collaborating on a Web Technologies Wiki and by enumerating some of the web technologies we know
      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
    • Are Web Technologies That Complicated?
    • Are Web Technologies That Complicated?
      My contribution to our class Wiki
    • Fourth Project: Making Our First Facebook Application
      4th Project
    • Making Our First Facebook Application
      Our task was to create our very own Facebook application
      We were given a 5-minute tutorial on how to create a Facebook app by using a web server
      I wasn’t able to actually make a Facebook app because I had a difficult time understanding how to use a web server
      Due to this, I just used Facebook’s built-in application builder in order to create my own app
      The Facebook application I created was a chance app
      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
    • Making Our First Facebook Application
      The 5-Minute Tutorial
    • Making Our First Facebook Application
    • Making Our First Facebook Application
      My first attempted Facebook App
    • Fifth Project: Dealing With Newcomers & Encouraging Contribution
      5th Project
    • Dealing With Newcomers & Encouraging Contribution
      We were assigned to answer the question, “What makes a social application viral?”
      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
      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
      Because my first attempted Facebook app was very lame and useless, I decided to create another app (a quiz app)
    • Dealing With Newcomers & Encouraging Contribution
      My Facebook application profile
    • Sixth Project: Encouraging Contribution (Project Day)
      6th Project
    • Encouraging Contribution (Project Day)
      After promoting our Facebook application and gathering daily data, we then had to “demonstrate” it
      We were assigned to use Google Docs in order to present and demonstrate our Facebook app
      We also had to answer the question, “What is special about your Facebook application?” in our Google Docs presentation
    • Encouraging Contribution (Project Day)
      Google Docs
    • Encouraging Contribution (Project Day)
      My Google Docs Presentation
    • Seventh Project: Wisdom of Crowds & Information Cascades
      7th Project
    • Wisdom of Crowds & Information Cascades
      In this project, we needed to participate in a debate on our Kalayaan class website
      The topic of the debate was about crowds being considered as “smart” and we had to choose to be FOR or AGAINST this subject
      We also needed to give a reference to our stand
      I chose to be AGAINST because I don’t believe that all crowds on the internet are smart and they cannot be trusted
    • Wisdom of Crowds & Information Cascades
      Debate Main Page
    • Wisdom of Crowds & Information Cascades
      My stand
    • Eighth Project: The Web As A Social Network
      8th Project
    • The Web As A Social Network
      In this project, we were supposed to identify the ways by which the web can be considered as social
      We were asked if we could find a website which is not social
      I was surprised that I couldn’t think of a website which isn’t social, and I also couldn’t find one
      We responded by posting our answer and our ideas on our class website’s blog
    • The Web As A Social Network
      My Blog Response
    • Ninth Project: The Social Web & Privacy
      9th Project
    • The Social Web & Privacy
      Our ninth project was about our personal privacy on the internet
      We were asked how much personal information we were disclosing online
      We also had to Google ourselves and we had to respond to the question by giving our reaction based on the search results
      And finally, we had to describe and explain our privacy settings on Facebook
      Our response was written in another blog post in our class website
    • The Social Web & Privacy
      Google Results For My Name
    • The Social Web & Privacy
      My Blog Response
    • 10th Project: More Web Technologies
      10th Project
    • More Web Technologies
      Our task was to create our own timeline using the “Class Tool”
      The timeline was about the internet, and how it evolved since its popular birth in 1969
      The timeline should also contain the Web’s evolving web technologies and tools
      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
    • More Web Technologies
      The Class Tool
    • More Web Technologies
      My Timeline