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Presentation for the WikiLaunch on 27th of March 2009.

Presentation for the WikiLaunch on 27th of March 2009.

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    TU Delft and Web2.0 TU Delft and Web2.0 Presentation Transcript

    • WikiLaunch Start of a TU Delft Wiki Community Ir. Willem van Valkenburg wiki.tudelft.nl/Main/WillemVanValkenburg www.e-learn.nl
    • Agenda
      • 16:15 TU and the Web2.0
      • 16:30 Wiki in Education – Jolien Ubacht
      • 16:45 Wiki in Research – Igor Nikolic
      • 17:00 “Borrel” - everyone
    • TU Delft and Web 2.0
    • What is Web2.0?
    • Tools
      • Weblog
      • Wiki
      • Social Bookmarking
      • Social Networking
      • Podcast/Vodcasts
    • What does the TU offer?
      • Weblog.tudelft.nl
      • Wiki.tudelft.nl
      • PODcasts (via weblog.tudelft.nl)
      • VODcasts (in development)
    • Weblog.tudelft.nl
      • Available since november 2006
      • User can create their own blog
      • Since July 2008 together with Leiden University
      • Open-source software b2evolution
      • More than 6,000 visits per day
      Multiuser multiblog platform
    • What is a wiki?
      • A wiki is a collection of Web pages designed to enable anyone who accesses it to contribute or modify content, using a simplified markup language.
      • Wikis are often used to create collaborative websites and to power community websites .
      • The collaborative encyclopedia Wikipedia is one of the best-known wikis.
      • Wikis are used in business to provide intranet and knowledge management systems
      Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wiki
    • Wiki.tudelft.nl
      • Open-source software TWiki
      • Available for all users with a NetID
      • Single Sign-On with A-Select
      • Demand-driven by Education, Research and Organisation
      • Based on the TBM-wiki
      Collaborating platform
    • Types of wikis
      • Main
      • Education
      • Research
      • Organisation
      • Students
      • Personal
    • The Numbers
      • More than 800 users
      • Since the launch more than 100 users have registered
      • More than 50 SubWikis
    • Questions?