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Web 2.0 2011_2012


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Web 2.0 2011_2012

  1. 1. Social Web & Web 2.0S. GarlattiJ.M. GilliotC. Bothorel25/1/12
  2. 2. Outline  What is social Web?  Web 2.0 Applications  Personal Learning (/working) Environments  Entreprise 2.0 A Word on Data  How to Reuse social web application Content?page 2
  3. 3. Social Web : Web 2.0  What is Social Web? • The social web is part of what the world seems to be calling Web 2.0 • It is an implementation of social or business networking on the web • There are more and more examples appearing on the 3
  4. 4. Social Web : Web 2.0  Why is the Social Web so effective? • The Social Web is “Social” • The user receives Simplicity • Multiple device accessibility • Social Webs have specific Focus • Social Webs have Apps/Widgets making them Extensiblepage 4
  5. 5. Web 2.0Source: Dion Hincliffe
  6. 6. Social Web : Web 2.0page 6
  7. 7. Thks to@bonbonkingfor the tweet
  8. 8. Web 2.0 : multiple platforms
  9. 9. Web 2.0 - Applications Blogs • Personal publication + comments by others • Linking facilities at the level of information & people • For education - Reflection, diary, assignment publishing - Course information & follow up (answering questions…)
  10. 10. Web 2.0 - Applications Wikis • Collaborative writing & content organisation • For education - Supporting group and project work, Annotated reading list, Practicing writing skills Collaborative editing • Web tools are used collaboratively to design, construct and distribute some digital product - Google Docs, Etherpad
  11. 11. Web 2.0 - Applications Conversational Arenas • One-to-one or one-to-many conversations between internet users • Online Games and virtual world • Rule-governed games or themed environments that invite live interaction with other internet user
  12. 12. Web 2.0 - Applications Social bookmarking • Keep reference of interesting material • Organising information with tags • Taking benefit from resources found by others
  13. 13. Web 2.0 - Applications Media sharing and manipulation • Tools to upload, download, design and edit digital media files • For education - Images & videos can be provided - Annotation on the images or video can support specific explanations
  14. 14. Web 2.0 - Applications Socialnetworking • Keeping in touch with relations, forming and supporting social communities • For education - Course animation outside the class
  15. 15. Web 2.0 - Applications Syndication & Notifications • Users can ‘subscribe’ to RSS feed enabled websites so that they are automatically notified of any changes or updates in content via an aggregator. - Easy notification of updates, automatic media distribution (podcast episodes) • For education - A way to keep an eye on learners’ progress - A way to distribute course content automatically
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  17. 17. Outline  What is social Web?  Web 2.0 Applications  Personal Learning (/working) Environments  Entreprise 2.0 A Word on Data  How to Reuse social web application Content?page 18
  18. 18. WEB 2.0: Emerging Paradigm Personal Learning/Working Environment • Definition (M. A. Chatti) - A PLE is characterized by the freeform use of a set of lightweight services and tools (Web 2.0) that belong to and are controlled by individual learners. • Built by the learner for a specific & personal learning goal - Mashing up the services that will support best the goal - No institutional drive or control
  19. 19. WEB 2.0: Emerging Paradigm  Personal Learning/Working Environment • Fit well with socio-constructivist learning/working approaches to foster - Collaborative knowledge sharing and building in a social context - Reflective practices in a social context - Self-regulated learning sequences by studentFormal/informal - Discursive argumentation and communication with peer
  20. 20. Social Web : Enterprise 2.0  Web 2.0 includes applications such as blogs, wikis, RSS feeds and social networking, while Enterprise 2.0 is the packaging of those technologies in both corporate IT and workplace environments  “Enterprise 2.0 is the use of emergent social software platforms within companies, or between companies and their partners or customers”, Harvard Business School’s Professor Andrew McAfee Source :, Slideshare hhtp:// 22
  21. 21. Social Web : Enterprise 2.0  “There are direct enterprise equivalents [to Facebook]. You can ask people the status of their projects, what they’re working on, are they travelling, things they’ve learned. All of these things would be very valuable inside an enterprise.”  Social media services that people have been using in everyday life on the Web are now entering organisations: • Blogs, Wikis, Social networking, Tagging Source :, Slideshare hhtp:// 23
  22. 22. Social Web : Enterprise 2.0  Lots of companies and products in this space: • Awareness, Mentor Scout, Contact Networks, Microsoft SharePoint, IBM Lotus Connections, SelectMinds, introNetworks, Tacit, Illu mio, Jive Software, Visible Path, Leverage Software, Web Crossing, SocialText  These new deployments also face the same issues that are on the Web Source :, Slideshare hhtp:// 24
  23. 23. Outline  What is social Web?  Web 2.0 Applications  Personal Learning (/working) Environments  Entreprise 2.0 A Word on Data  How to Reuse social web application Content?page 25
  24. 24. Combine services & data, but which data ? Well-known Services propose API to access their data • Wikipedia, Google Maps, Twitter, Facebook, etc. But also local services • Keolis Rennes, Bibus Brest • Edt Many other data you may want tu reuse: Search, ask or create them ! • Wikimedia Commons est une médiathèque en ligne qui rassemble des médias sous licences libres à vocation pédagogique • Open Course Ware page 26
  25. 25. Opendata  Mouvement souvent initié par les usagers  Répris et animé par les acteurs publics • Usa : 305,888 Datasets available on • Mais UK, Finland, New-Zeland, etc. • 2010 in France : Rennes, Brest, and also Paris, Bordeaux, Montpellier voted « liberaltion of public data » - dataset Rennespage 27
  26. 26. Lexemple OpenStreetMap Projet de données ouvertes conduit par des citoyens depuis 2005 • sous licence dite “libre” • Crowdsourcing (346424 utilisateurs le 14/01/11) 2008 : Cadastre donne accès à ses données • Plugin Cadastre dans un outil dédition de carte 2010 les collectivités versent dans Openstreetmap leur données géographiques • rues, cadastre, limites communales Le portail géographique Géobretagne peut aujourd’hui afficher par défaut la carte d’openstreet map avant celle d’IGN ! : page 28
  27. 27. Is Open data reusable ? Données publiques accessibles légalement Encore faut-il quelles soient automatiquement réutilisables • Patiner dans Montréal : mises à jour publiées au quotidien selon la météorologie. Un détail : la publication se fait au format PDF Et quelles respectent quelques principes • Pas d’atteinte à la sécurité ou à la vie privée, etc. etc. etc. 29
  28. 28. Data sharing : which benefit? Source : Réutilisation des données Publiques, FING Reusable datasets come with a licence Provide value to the user... or the client when private providers open API page 30
  29. 29. Social Web : Web 2.0  How can I do that? • One account for all services! • Move my data from one service to another (eg. All my wordpress blog posts to Blogspot) • Move all my data from multiple services to a new one • See my data on a third-party service providing aggregation, like Friendfeedpage 31
  30. 30. Social Web : Web 3.0  Needs • Distributed social networks and reusable profiles • Many identities and sets of friends on different social networks • Import existing profiles and contacts, using a single global identity with different viewspage 32
  31. 31. Social Web : Web 3.0How to access Data? PLE