Personal & Professional Uses of Web 2.0 Tools

  • Published on

  • View

  • Download


Presentation at the Johnson County Community College Powerful Professional Conference on June 20, 2007 on Web 2.0 tools (wikis, blogs,, Flickr, SlideShare, plus Google Docs and Spreadsheets) for personal and professional uses.


1. Powerful Professional Conference Wednesday, June 20, 2007 2. Web 1.0 Publishing Bookmarking Permissions Required Centralization Text and Graphics Scheduled Release Dates Advertising: The Top 10/100 Sites (The Head) Web 2.0 Participation Tagging Radical Trust Decentralization Rich User Experiences Continuous Improvement AdSense: The More the Merrier (The long tail) 3. Web 2.0 Survivors: embrace the power of the web to harness collective intelligence. 4. Hyperlinking (e.g. Foundation of Web) Best Works of Web Users (e.g. Yahoo!) Page Rank vs. Document Characteristics (e.g. Google) Collective Activity of All Users (e.g. eBay) User Engagement (e.g. 5. (Blogging) The Wisdom of Crowds Personal Home Page in Diary Format Chronological Organization Postings and Comments Dynamic Web Site RSS: Allows Subscription 6. 7. 8. (Online Collaborative Compilations) Web Site Allows Visitors to Add, Remove and Edit Content.A Collaborative Technology. Wikipedia (Encyclopedia) Wiktionary (Dictionary) Basic assumption: Goodness of People Radical Trust 9. 10. 11. (Collaboration Tools) Online Word Processor & Spreadsheet Online Collaboration Multiple Authors, Editors and Readers Restrict Access or Not Group Projects, Committee Work, Remote Collaboration JCCC to Implement SharePoint Services in Future Comparable Tools 12. 13. (Social Networking) Bookmark Web Sites Assign Tags (Keywords) Add Descriptions and Notes to the URL Access Your Bookmarks Anywhere Sort and Order Bookmarks by Tag List vs. Cloud, Minimum Number, Bundles 14. 15. (Social Sharing Best Works) Store & Share Your Slideshows Advertise Conference/Workshop Events Explore Posted Slideshows Share with Others (e.g. Send Email Notice)Download Slideshows Tag and Comment on Slideshows 16. 17. (Folksonomies) Folksonomy vs. Taxonomy Photosharing Uploading & TaggingFree vs. Paid Accounts Groups, Comments Restricted Access or Public 18. 19. [email_address]


View more >