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Weaving Your Web 2.0 PeRSSonal, Selfguided Learning, and RSSearch by Mind Map: Weaving Your Web 2.0
PeRSSonal, Selfguided Learning, and RSSearch
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Weaving Your Web 2.0 PeRSSonal, Selfguided Learning, and RSSearch

"PeRSSonal" first seen on the Informaticopia blog. Term has been phrased by Peter Murray.

RSS - Format

Example

Integrator/Interface Standard

Standard

RSS is a standard in the way that it is not even defined what the abbreviation stands for. Still it is a practical standard that mostly works!

Really Simple Syndication

Rich Site Summary

RDF Site Summary, Resource Description Framework

Weblog (Blog)

Notebook

private

public

open for comments

usually sorted chronologically descending

Platform for communication

Comments

Peer-Review

z.B. NIS Kosten/Nutzen Blog

RSS-Feeds

Examples

Blogger (Google)

Wordpress

Content Management Systems (CMS)

Blogreader

Subscribing of RSS-Feeds

"Pull" not "Push"

no Spam

"I decide!"

Like a postbox, just over the web

Create your own newspaper/journal

Build by aggregating RSS-feeds

Easy to change

New interests, new content

Browser-based

Flock

Internet Explorer

Firefox

Web-based

Bloglines

Google Reader

myMSN

Google Personalized Homepage

iGoogle

Participative Web

Participative web

Everyone can participate and share!

Services

Use, Remix, Share

Text, Blogs, Wikis, Google Documents, Google Notebook, Zotero, Ubernote, Evernote

Images, Flickr, WikiMedia

Literature, CiteULike, Connotea, 2Collab, Zotero, BibSonomy

Presentations, Slideshare

Searches, National Library of Medicine, Google News Suche, Technorati

Links, Del.icio.us, Digg, Diigo

Geographical Places, Google myMaps

Mindmaps, Mindmeister

Videos, Google Video, YouTube

Personal Spaces, mySpace, FaceBook, StudiVZ

Microblogs, Twitter, Plurk

Social Networks, Ning, Facebook

Paradigm "Sharing"

Learning content

Relevance

Usability

Content

Time

Place

"I decide!"

Interactivity

Use

Reflect/Transpone

Communicate

Informal Learning

Self guided

What

When

Where

How

Search for content

Technorati

Google

Search generates new RSS-Feeds

Personal Learning Environment (PLE)

Content Management Systems (CMS)

Not institutionally dependend

Sustainability

Learning Management Systems

Institutionelle Learning Management Systeme haben den Nachteil, dass nach Abschluss des Studiums die Inhalte in der Regel nicht mehr verfügbar sind. Bestenfalls müssen diese aus mehreren LMS zusammengesucht werden.

RSS-Aggregator

iGoogle

Blogreader

Custom Search Engines

Legal aspects

Creative Commons

Code of Conduct

Building your professional network (Your community)

Follow authors

Comment

Offer own content

Be followed

Possible Scenario: Conference Preparation

Modelled after Chris Brogan's Blog

Before

Twitter Search for talk about conference, Decide to follow them, Start conversation

Flickr Search, Recent Pictures of people to meet

Blog Search, Google Blog Search, Subscribe to feed, Technorati, Subscribe to feed

Search for people's blog and twitter, Follow/Subscribe

Search for recent industry news, Google, Google News, Blogs

Check people's twitter

Check LinkedIn for conference city and peoples profiles

Ask friends on facebook if they are coming.

Hitchhikr to look up published conference tag

Prepare some good blogs

Twitter that you are at the conference

During

Organize meeting/party, Twtvite

Twitter where you are, so people can meet you

Consider to blog about sessions you visited