Erinevus lehekülje "Communities and social software" redaktsioonide vahel

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'''NB! This is only a development "sandbox"''' - the ongoing course is currently located at the [http://www.kakupesa.net/akadeemia/CSC Owl Academy].
  
  
Lectures:
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Main idea - to give a general overview of social software and community models in lectures and practical skills in using different social applications and methods in labs.
  
1.Community – what's that?
 
2.Special features of online communication
 
3.Social software – building blocks of online communities
 
4.Learning communities
 
5.Social networking sites – the bane of the youth?
 
6.The WikiWorld
 
7.The blogosphere: you can be a journalist, too!
 
8.Feeding the news – RSS, Atom and others
 
9.Social bookmarking and tagging
 
10.Building software the Linux way – community-based software development
 
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=== The Course: ===
  
Labs:
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* 16 weeks (one semester/term), 2 academic hours of lectures and 1 hour of labs weekly (2-0-1) - in practice, one 1.5-hour lecture every week, one 1.5-hour lab every other week, plus independent work.
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* 3.0 Estonian academic credits, 4.0 ECTS credits
  
1.General introduction
 
2.Sharing the content: Flickr, Frappr
 
3.Wiki editing
 
4.Bookmarking and tagging – del.icio.us, Technorati, Rojo
 
5.Learning authoring – LeMill
 
  
Assignments:
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=== Lectures: ===
  
Create a bookmark collection at del.icio.us
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;[[1.Community – what's that?]]
Create a photo album at Flickr  
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;[[2.Special features of online communication]]
Write an introduction about yourself at the course wiki
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;[[3.Social software – building blocks of online communities]]
Write about the experiences in a blog
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;[[4.Learning communities]]
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;[[5.Social networking sites – the bane of the youth?]]
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;[[6.The WikiWorld]]
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;[[7.The blogosphere: you can be a journalist, too!]]
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;[[8.Feeding the news – RSS, Atom and others]]
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;[[9.Social bookmarking and tagging]]
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;[[10.Building software the Linux way – community-based software development]]
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;[[11. ....]]
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=== Labs: ===
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;[[1.General introduction]]
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;[[2.Sharing the content: Flickr, Frappr]]
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;[[3.Wiki editing]]
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;[[4.Bookmarking and tagging – del.icio.us, Technorati, Rojo]]
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;[[5.Learning authoring – LeMill]]
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;[[6. ......]]
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=== Assignments: ===
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==== Different faces of social networking ====
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1. Visit the following social networking sites:
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* [http://www.myspace.com MySpace]
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* [http://www.orkut.com orkut]
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* [http://www.facebook.com FaceBook]
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* [http://www.friendster.com Friendster]
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* [http://www.tribe.net tribe.net]
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* [http://www.hi5.com hi5.com]
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2. Pick three of the sites and write a more detailed comparison (either as a separate paper or blog entry), try to find secondary information as well (online articles, news items etc). Try to outline:
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* main target groups
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* main activities
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* special traits
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* controversial issues, if any (check secondary sources)
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* best and worst features (your opinion)
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* Create a bookmark collection at del.icio.us
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* Create a photo album at Flickr  
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* Write an introduction about yourself at the course wiki
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* Write about the experiences in a blog
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=== Links: ===
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* [http://www.theregister.co.uk/2006/07/21/it_managers_guide_to_social_computing/page2.html IT Manager's Guide to Social Computing] - a nice little (quite basic) introduction to social software
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* FARIVAR, C. (2006) [http://www.wired.com/news/technology/internet/0,71421-0.html?tw=rss.index Blogging from the Belly of Beirut]. Wired News, July 21, 2006. A thought-provoking story of anti-war blogging.

Viimane redaktsioon: 5. oktoober 2006, kell 10:58

NB! This is only a development "sandbox" - the ongoing course is currently located at the Owl Academy.


Main idea - to give a general overview of social software and community models in lectures and practical skills in using different social applications and methods in labs.


The Course:

  • 16 weeks (one semester/term), 2 academic hours of lectures and 1 hour of labs weekly (2-0-1) - in practice, one 1.5-hour lecture every week, one 1.5-hour lab every other week, plus independent work.
  • 3.0 Estonian academic credits, 4.0 ECTS credits


Lectures:

1.Community – what's that?
2.Special features of online communication
3.Social software – building blocks of online communities
4.Learning communities
5.Social networking sites – the bane of the youth?
6.The WikiWorld
7.The blogosphere: you can be a journalist, too!
8.Feeding the news – RSS, Atom and others
9.Social bookmarking and tagging
10.Building software the Linux way – community-based software development
11. ....

Labs:

1.General introduction
2.Sharing the content: Flickr, Frappr
3.Wiki editing
4.Bookmarking and tagging – del.icio.us, Technorati, Rojo
5.Learning authoring – LeMill
6. ......

Assignments:

Different faces of social networking

1. Visit the following social networking sites:

2. Pick three of the sites and write a more detailed comparison (either as a separate paper or blog entry), try to find secondary information as well (online articles, news items etc). Try to outline:

  • main target groups
  • main activities
  • special traits
  • controversial issues, if any (check secondary sources)
  • best and worst features (your opinion)

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  • Create a bookmark collection at del.icio.us
  • Create a photo album at Flickr
  • Write an introduction about yourself at the course wiki
  • Write about the experiences in a blog

Links: