WEB 2.0 Tools and Applications

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WEB 2.0 Tools and Applications by Mind Map: WEB 2.0 Tools and Applications

1. Backing up information on External Hard drive

2. Storage of materials is important to the user. These materials should be properly backed up and stored on both the computer hard drive and an external hard drive separate from the computer for safe storage, in case of a computer crash or save malfunction.

3. Organization of gathered information and shared information is important. Organizing this information will allow the user to be able to have clear access to the materials necessary. This will make ease of use easier for the person using the materials. Categorizing materials according to media used, then again by category and needs will provide the user with, a clear system for acquisition and storage of the media/ information.

4. Social Networks

4.1. Facebook: This is a social networking site that allows users to make an account, both personal and professional. This website allows users to make posts, comment on posts, share videos and make group pages to share information.

4.2. Twitter: Twitter is a social networking site that allows users to make public posts that are shared with other followers. These posts can be videos, pictures or other content related to almost any topic, other users can re-share or retweet the person back to comment on that particular post.

4.3. Instagram: this is a social networking website that allows users to make posts using videos, GIF's or pictures on subjects and share them with their followers who can comment on them or re-share them to their wall.

5. Blogging

5.1. Blogger: This is a website that allows users to create blogs and share them to their social media profiles. This blog is free to the public, but can be purchase for premium use, which will allow the user to share their information to a larger crowd for more public exposure.

6. Video Sharing File

6.1. Youtube: This is a video sharing website that allows users to access videos and content from other posters. You can have a subscription, but you do not need one to watch videos, only to post comments subscribe to posters, or to post videos yourself.

6.2. Vimeo: This is web application that allows users access to videos. This website says that it allows video hosters and watchers to access videos. They say that they believe that videos should come first.

6.3. dailymotion: This video sharing site has access to more t.v. Live streaming type of videos, that are professionally done. These videos are more suite to documentaries or curriculum type of work for students.

7. Tagging: In information systems, a tag is a keyword or term assigned to a piece of information (such as an Internet bookmark, digital image, database record, or computer file). This kind of metadata helps describe an item and allows it to be found again by browsing or searching

8. RSS Feed

9. Social Bookmarking

9.1. Delicious: Social bookmarking is a way for people to store, organize, search, and manage “bookmarks” of web pages. Users save links to web pages that they like or want to share, using a social bookmarking site to store these links.

9.2. Pinterest: is another social bookmarking site, that has web pages and documents available to users to save and store on their wall for later use.

10. Organizing Information and Storage