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20101201 introduction

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20101201 introduction

  1. 1. Web 2.0 in Science Marc Loman, Hugo Besemer Wageningen UR Library
  2. 2. Time table  9:00 Web 2.0 for Science : Introduction  9:30 Social Bookmarking  10:30 Working at documents with a group  11:15 Keeping-up-to date with RSS  11:45 Personal start pages
  3. 3. 2.0 WEB All things = social media
  4. 4. The Web was made for Scientist  Tim Berners-Lee proposed the WWW in 1989 as a collaborative workspace for scientists  Tim O’Reilly and company coined the term Web 2.0 in 2004. Essentially the social web for scientist as envisaged by TBL
  5. 5. Source: Markus Angermeier
  6. 6. Elements of Web 2.0  User generated content (Wisdom of crowds)  User community determines value of web 2.0 firms  Hackability  Folksonomies .
  7. 7. Kind of social media applications  Producing texts: Blogs (sequential) or Wiki’s (create navigation through hyperlinks)  Microblogging  Share non-text content (pictures, video, slides)  Sharing bookmarks  Tools to glue things together (the glue is often RSS) For example: from Blog via Twitterfeed to Twitter
  8. 8. Examples of social media in action

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