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“ FIDIS 2.0: Web 2.0 for supporting FIDIS NoE” Making the best use of Web 2.0 in FIDIS: Presentation of work done and analysis of advantages & limitations Thierry Nabeth INSEAD CALT – France FIDIS Doctoral Consortium – Interdisciplinary event Riezlern – Austria 14-18 January 2009
I.e. the different initiative that have been engaged at using Web 2.0 for supporting the FIDIS Network of Excellence
Analysing FIDIS 2.0
Successes & failures
A reflection for the future
What have we learned? Lessons for the future
What is Web 2.0 Web 2.0 represents a new vision of the web, resulting from a transformation of the vision of the Internet from an information space into a social space . It is also referred to as the social web
Online Social networking systems can be used to support the creation of social structures (such as groups or social networks) and the diffusion of social awareness (via the activities streams that these systems make available). In these systems, people can describe who they are, and specify who they know.
Facebook , LinkedIn : Global social networking systems
Ning : Allow to create separate online social networking systems
Agregates in a single place the FIDIS web 2.0 initiatives
Is now not longer active. (the del.icio.us has replaced it as a tool for collecting resources)
Conclusion The Web 2.0: An idea that makes sense, and a great potential for supporting collaboration & networking in a network A low level of adoption & participation, (even by people who have started research in this domain)