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  • 1. Christian Glahn OpenUniversiteitNederland CELSTEC Colloquium Implications of writing, reading, and tagging on the web for reflection support in self-directed learning
  • 2. Readers and Contributors
  • 3. Reading and Writing
  • 4. Tagging
  • 5. OTHER RESEARCH
  • 6. Social (makro) Dimensions http://www.delicious.com (Millen & Feinberg, 2006; Millen, Feinberg, & Kerr, 2006)
  • 7. Aesthetics Wordle.net cloud for ECTEL08 tweets http://www.flickr.com/photos/27692232@N04/2869229742/
  • 8. Interactions Elastic Tag Cloud (Stefaner, 2007) http://well-formed-data.net/experiments/tag_maps/
  • 9. OPEN QUESTIONS
  • 10. Information Quality?
  • 11. Personal Benefit?
  • 12. Effects on Learning?
  • 13. IS TAGGING WHAT WE REALLY WANT?
    • Critical
  • 14. Recall what it is that we are dealing with!
  • 15. Taggers Are Evil!
  • 16. TAGGING IS VANDALISM AND THE DESTRUCTION OF PRIVATE AND PUBLIC PROPERTY .
    • Official Definition
  • 17. City of Santa Ana http://www.woostercollective.com/Tagger.jpg
  • 18. IF YOU THINK THAT THE DIGITAL SPACE IS SAVE ...
  • 19. USB 2.5” Harddisk for sharing large chunks of information Linux Laptop – not for home work and gaming .... Bluetooth GPS Receiver for WAR Driving and Geo tagging Pre-paid Phone for making phone calls untraceable Tiny USB Sticks for keeping the hard drive clean of dubious information iPhone , for ubiquitous connections to friends, twitter and the Internet Ergonomic Laptop Backpack for computer equipment and quick location changes
  • 20. Taggers Are Evil!
  • 21. META-DATA IS NOT WHAT YOU GET FROM TAGGERS
    • Forget about Folksonomies
  • 22. MORE THEN 840 TAGS USED OVER 3000 TIMES ON OVER 1400 RESOURCES
    • If you take 12 average taggers, within 3 months you get ...
  • 23. LESS THEN 240 TAGS ARE SHARED (28%), BUT 79% ARE SHARED BY LESS THEN 4 USERS
    • Of the 840 tags
  • 24. Taggers Are Evil!
  • 25. TAGGERS HARDLY READ
    • They create a huge ontological mess, but ..
  • 26. 330 RESOURCES WERE ACCESSED (< 23%) WITH 366 TAGS ASSIGNED (< 44%) 390 FILTERS APPLIED ON 133 TAGS
    • Same time period, same set of resources, same taggers
  • 27. TAGGERS READ CONTRIBUTIONS OF OTHERS
    • At least ...
  • 28. OVER 60% OF THE TAGS ON ACCESSED RESOURCES ARE NOT FROM THE USER OVER 50% ARE SHARED TAGS
  • 29. TAGGING CAN HELP SOCIAL NAVIGATION
    • Conclusion I
  • 30. TAGS OF WEB-READINGS LEAD TO RICHER INFORMATION ABOUT A USER’S INTERESTS
    • Conclusion II
  • 31. CAREFUL SELECTION OF TAGGING INFORMATION IS NEEDED FOR SUPPORTING REFLECTION
    • Conclusion III
  • 32. NEVERTHELESS, TAGGERS DO NOT MAKE OUR LIVES’ EASIER ...
  • 33. http://lo-f.at/glahn/blog/ http://twitter.com/phish108 http://lnx-otecexp-005v.ou.nl/rescope/