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  • 1. Architecture Technology Education Architecture of Learning Environments E19.2017 (Image: Zarazoga Digital Mile, accessed from http://www.interactivearchitecture.org/zaragoza-digital-mile.html)
  • 2. WEEK 5 Tags, Tagsonomy, Folksonomy, Taxonomy Comparing how tags work in two video analysis technologies
  • 3. What are they? Open question…. Discussion…. When do we first learn about “tags”?? In consumer projects, Lotus Magellen, 1988, “allowed for annotations of documents , and objects in one’s hard-drive to ease finding and refinding them. Mid-1990s Compuserve had “tagging: for objects uploaded into its forum libraries.” from vanderwal.net
  • 4. Folksonomies: Tagging
    • Semantic tags generated by individuals to make meaning of information
    • ---allow personal connections to meaning
    • But is this about categorization? Bottom-up, socially generated?
    • ---Peter Morville quotes Dave Sifry:
        • “ Intelligence is provided by real people from the bottom-up to aid social discovery. And with the right tag search and navigation, folksonomy outperforms more structured approaches to classification.” (http://semanticstudios.com/publications/semantics/000057.php)
  • 5. Tagging- Social Tagging
    • Tags have 3 points of information (from Vanderwal.net) :
        • 1- The person tagging
        • 2- Object being tagged
        • 3- The tag used on the object
    • Emphasis on Social Aspect:
    • ---Creating social connections
    • ---Sharing meanings, information
  • 6.
    • According to vanderwal.net:
    • “ Tagging did not capture identity and was therefore not useful.”
    • IS THIS ACCURATE??
    • In research practices this was not so!
  • 7. Star Notes (circa 1988) HyperCard tool based on tagging for building like video groupings - Finding like clips - Seemed like magic! Learning Constellations (circa 1989) Tags were made on one computer (no Internet) Multiple users could tag and create their “descriptors” See each others descriptors and comments and compare them.
  • 8. Constellations (circa 1992-3)
  • 9.  
  • 10. Theories Video Tools Video Cases Background Epistemology Cultural Epistemology POV Web Site Constellations WebConstellations Middle School Junior High Teacher Ed & Grad ISP Undergraduate Emerging Theories & Tools
  • 11. Theories Video Tools Video Cases Background Epistemology Cultural Epistemology POV Web Site Constellations WebConstellations Middle School Junior High Teacher Ed & Grad ISP Undergraduate Emerging Theories & Tools
  • 12. Theories Video Tools Video Cases Background Epistemology Cultural Epistemology POV Web Site Constellations WebConstellations Middle School Junior High Teacher Ed & Grad ISP Undergraduate Emerging Theories & Tools
  • 13. Orion, 1999
  • 14. What was learned?
    • Descriptors is still a better word than tagging…
    • Tags need to be embedded in the clips.
    • MOST IMPORTANT:
    • TOP DOWN TAGGING?
    • BOTTOM UP TAGGING?
    • How does this come together?