Collaboration and knowledge sharing with twitter

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Collaboration and knowledge sharing with twitter

  1. 1. Collaboration and Knowledge Sharing with Twitter<br />
  2. 2. Collaboration and Knowledge Sharing<br />Basic Concepts<br />Twitter accounts<br />Lists and Informal communties<br />Tweets, Retweets and DMs<br />Higher Level Concepts<br />Activity Streams<br />Trending Conversations (hot topics)<br />Hash tags as a collaboration vocabulary<br />Mining Twitter for Social Search<br />Knowledge Mining<br />
  3. 3. Four Types of Knowledge<br />Factual<br />Conceptual<br />Procedural<br />Meta<br />(Inspired by Bloom’s Taxonomy)<br />
  4. 4. Factual Knowledge with Twitter<br />You get more news from Twitter than news papers – why?<br />Real time news – Bombay terrorist attacks, Iran etc. <br />Reactions to news – the second wave<br />Arguments about news<br />Patterns of Propagation (more in Meta slide)<br />Event based news (conference tweets)<br />
  5. 5. Conceptual Knowledge<br />Inter-relationships and Structure (follow and RT)<br />Twitter as a way of testing concepts and hypotheses<br />Finding Experts (not self styled!)<br />Find sources of information and knowledge<br />Twitter lists and Listopia – Virtual BOFs<br />
  6. 6. Procedural Knowledge<br />Twitter Keyword Search<br />Ask, Elicit, Start a Dialog<br />Organize Tweetups<br />Social Search for Subjective knowledge <br />search engines can never bring you this information<br />Rings of Influence – friends/colleagues, experts<br />
  7. 7. Meta Knowledge<br />Knowledge about Twitter patterns, apps, people, topics, expertise<br />Behavior patterns<br />Understanding how information propagates – what, why, how, when?<br />Understanding limitations<br />Spheres of Influence<br />
  8. 8. Miscellany<br />Connecting Twitter to:<br />Blog, Facebook profile, LinkedIn Profile<br />Using Identica – a twitter like service in your community, organization<br />Twitter as a knowledge Notification service<br />Twitter Bots and Custom Twitter Applications<br />

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