Assembling your Web
    2.0 toolbox
  VITTA & SLAV - Live to learn: Learn to blog
  Ivanhoe Grammar School – 30 August 200...
Web 2.0 – Read/Write Web




http://www.go2web20.net/
Tim O’Reilly - http://www.oreillynet.com/pub/a/oreilly/tim/news/2005/09/30/what-is-web-20.html
http://kosmar.de/archives/2005/11/11/the-huge-cloud-lens-bubble-map-web20/
Content


RSS feeds

Social Bookmarking
RSS - What is it?
Really Simple Syndication
or    Rich Site Summary
or    RDF Site Summary
...... it’s all the same thing
Information Flow is Simplified
From Many                  To One



•Blogs
•Wikis
                           To You via
•N...
RSS – it’s everywhere

Before RSS
  Few wire services and news channels
  Writers worked for traditional media outlets

Wi...
Getting your RSS feeds
Definition: Tool used for reading RSS feeds


   2007 MS Outlook – limited access if you have
   no...
Sample: Outlook 2007 mail
Sources of RSS feeds
2RSS http://2rss.com/
Feedster http://www.feedster.com
BBC Newsfeeds http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/help/...
The Power of RSS

“Donning my lii.org hat, we had a remarkable education
  when we added RSS feeds [to our newsletters]. N...
Where to start?

1. Become familiar with RSS/webfeeds concept
2. Get reader and start
3. Find an RSS feed
4. Subscribe
5. ...
RSS




      http://www.edna.edu.au/edna/go
RSS Negatives V          Positives
  Amateur researchers    No Spam
  Poor quality tagging   Digital Native friendly
  Som...
Social Bookmarking


              del.icio.us
Profile of a Social Bookmarker as Researcher

                     Varying
                    opinions &
                ...
Folksonomy V Taxonomy

Folksonomy : The idea of working in a
community of researchers [where] new tagging
systems will eme...
www.librarything.com
http://schnutinger.wordpress.com/2006/10/10/web-20/
Source: http://www.sifry.com/alerts/archives/000493.html




                                          Ian Rose – Harvard ...
RSS

It changes the traditional information
structures in fundamental ways, and it forces us
to be much more involved with...
Dion Hinchcliffe- http://content.zdnet.com/2348-9588_22-6068407-1.html
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  1. 1. Assembling your Web 2.0 toolbox VITTA & SLAV - Live to learn: Learn to blog Ivanhoe Grammar School – 30 August 2007 Camilla Elliott Network Resource Manager/ Head Teacher Librarian St Joseph’s College, Mildura, Vic. 3500 www.linkingforlearning.com celliott@sjcmda.vic.edu.au
  2. 2. Web 2.0 – Read/Write Web http://www.go2web20.net/
  3. 3. Tim O’Reilly - http://www.oreillynet.com/pub/a/oreilly/tim/news/2005/09/30/what-is-web-20.html
  4. 4. http://kosmar.de/archives/2005/11/11/the-huge-cloud-lens-bubble-map-web20/
  5. 5. Content RSS feeds Social Bookmarking
  6. 6. RSS - What is it? Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary or RDF Site Summary ...... it’s all the same thing
  7. 7. Information Flow is Simplified From Many To One •Blogs •Wikis To You via •News Sites Aggregator •Databases •Websites •Flickr
  8. 8. RSS – it’s everywhere Before RSS Few wire services and news channels Writers worked for traditional media outlets With RSS Everyone can be a “news” publisher Everyone can be a “news” writer/producer
  9. 9. Getting your RSS feeds Definition: Tool used for reading RSS feeds 2007 MS Outlook – limited access if you have no access to webmail Web Based recommended ◦ Accessible from any computer ◦ Free ◦ Examples:
  10. 10. Sample: Outlook 2007 mail
  11. 11. Sources of RSS feeds 2RSS http://2rss.com/ Feedster http://www.feedster.com BBC Newsfeeds http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/help/3223484.stm NASA http://www.nasa.gov/rss/index.html Librarians’ Index to the Internet http://lii.org/ Google News http://news.google.com/ Microsoft Feeds Directory – http://www.microsoft.com/rss/ Linking for learning/RSS - http://www.linkingforlearning.com/web20/index.html#rss This is just a few
  12. 12. The Power of RSS “Donning my lii.org hat, we had a remarkable education when we added RSS feeds [to our newsletters]. Now people find us through the blog-finding agents. Librarians, including me, suck at marketing, but by adding RSS feeds, we stumbled onto a way for the audience to find us, instead of the glacially slow process of dissemination through our existing readership.” Karen Schneider - Free Range Librarian http://freerangelibrarian.com/archives/012905/lists_versus_blogs_.php
  13. 13. Where to start? 1. Become familiar with RSS/webfeeds concept 2. Get reader and start 3. Find an RSS feed 4. Subscribe 5. Watch the ‘feeds’ build up 6. Read new content in one place at your leisure
  14. 14. RSS http://www.edna.edu.au/edna/go
  15. 15. RSS Negatives V Positives Amateur researchers No Spam Poor quality tagging Digital Native friendly Something else to Free manage Simple to use Dubious sites Portable bookmarking Easy to share Accessible anywhere Builds & builds
  16. 16. Social Bookmarking del.icio.us
  17. 17. Profile of a Social Bookmarker as Researcher Varying opinions & insights Community New thoughts of Researcher & ideas researchers Dynamic action
  18. 18. Folksonomy V Taxonomy Folksonomy : The idea of working in a community of researchers [where] new tagging systems will emerge and become accepted that will allow us all to participate in the process. Educause, 2005
  19. 19. www.librarything.com
  20. 20. http://schnutinger.wordpress.com/2006/10/10/web-20/
  21. 21. Source: http://www.sifry.com/alerts/archives/000493.html Ian Rose – Harvard University NSDI 2007
  22. 22. RSS It changes the traditional information structures in fundamental ways, and it forces us to be much more involved with the information we consume. Will Richardson – Weblogg-ed
  23. 23. Dion Hinchcliffe- http://content.zdnet.com/2348-9588_22-6068407-1.html

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