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Using The Web To Work Together
Using The Web To Work Together
Using The Web To Work Together
Using The Web To Work Together
Using The Web To Work Together
Using The Web To Work Together
Using The Web To Work Together
Using The Web To Work Together
Using The Web To Work Together
Using The Web To Work Together
Using The Web To Work Together
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A simple introduction to blogs and wikis given at the University of Bath

A simple introduction to blogs and wikis given at the University of Bath

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  • 1. Using the web to work together The Web Sessions Delivered by Web Services, University of Bath
  • 2. communication http://www.flickr.com/photos/briansolis/1411905457/
  • 3. Traditional theory
      • Some information flows down
      • Most flows up
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/savethedave/504491655/
  • 4. The real world
      • Some information flows up
      • Most flows from side to side (if at all!)‏
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/savethedave/504491655/
  • 5. Everyone is their own information silo http://www.flickr.com/photos/kenmccown/132990634/
  • 6. Barriers
      • Some old, some new
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/misterben/501928491/ Ease, location and professional identity
  • 7.  
  • 8. blogs wikis
  • 9. Blogs are... “ A blog allows you to publish up-to-date information very quickly and to ensure that it is widely distributed to a particular audience.” “ Blogs can support feedback and discussion with a comment mechanism. Readers may choose to comment and these comments will be viewable by anyone reading that blog .” What is a blog? University of Cardiff, http://blogs.cf.ac.uk/guidelines/entry/what_is_a_blog
  • 10. Blog examples
  • 11. A demo might be nice...
  • 12. Wikis are... “ A wiki is a collaborative online website . They are used by communities often to develop a knowledge base . They evolve constantly because the content is created by a community of users.” “ Wikis are often used as intranets and communities of interest.” What is a wiki? University of Cardiff, http://blogs.cf.ac.uk/guidelines/entry/what_is_a_wiki
  • 13. “ Wiki?!?!” http://www.flickr.com/photos/kables/1220574200/
  • 14. Wiki examples
  • 15. A demo might be nice...
  • 16. Essential differences
    • one for updates, notifications, announcements
    • the other for storing and collaborating on information
    • Both support discussion!
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/tidewatermuse/134222791/
  • 17. Modes of working
    • Individual
    • Co-operation
    • Collaboration
    • Collaboration and peer review
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/larskflem/95757299/
  • 18. Thanks!
    • Questions?
    The Web Sessions Delivered by Web Services, University of Bath

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