Weaving Your Web 2.0 PeRSSonal, Selfguided Learning, and RSSearch

Selfguided learning, teaching, and sharing using web 2.0 techniques

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1. RSS - Format

1.1. Example

1.2. Integrator/Interface Standard

1.3. Standard

1.3.1. Really Simple Syndication

1.3.2. Rich Site Summary

1.3.3. RDF Site Summary

1.3.3.1. Resource Description Framework

2. Weblog (Blog)

2.1. Notebook

2.1.1. private

2.1.2. public

2.1.3. open for comments

2.1.4. usually sorted chronologically descending

2.2. Platform for communication

2.2.1. Comments

2.2.2. Peer-Review

2.3. z.B. NIS Kosten/Nutzen Blog

2.4. RSS-Feeds

2.5. Examples

2.5.1. Blogger (Google)

2.5.2. Wordpress

2.5.3. Content Management Systems (CMS)

3. Blogreader

3.1. Subscribing of RSS-Feeds

3.2. "Pull" not "Push"

3.2.1. no Spam

3.2.2. "I decide!"

3.3. Like a postbox, just over the web

3.4. Create your own newspaper/journal

3.4.1. Build by aggregating RSS-feeds

3.4.2. Easy to change

3.4.3. New interests, new content

3.5. Browser-based

3.5.1. Flock

3.5.2. Internet Explorer

3.5.3. Firefox

3.6. Web-based

3.6.1. Bloglines

3.6.2. Google Reader

3.6.3. myMSN

3.6.4. Google Personalized Homepage

3.6.5. iGoogle

4. Participative Web

4.1. Everyone can participate and share!

4.2. Services

4.2.1. Text

4.2.1.1. Blogs

4.2.1.2. Wikis

4.2.1.3. Google Documents

4.2.1.4. Google Notebook

4.2.1.5. Zotero

4.2.1.6. Ubernote

4.2.1.7. Evernote

4.2.2. Images

4.2.2.1. Flickr

4.2.2.2. WikiMedia

4.2.3. Literature

4.2.3.1. CiteULike

4.2.3.2. Connotea

4.2.3.3. 2Collab

4.2.3.4. Zotero

4.2.3.5. BibSonomy

4.2.4. Presentations

4.2.4.1. Slideshare

4.2.5. Searches

4.2.5.1. National Library of Medicine

4.2.5.2. Google News Suche

4.2.5.3. Technorati

4.2.6. Links

4.2.6.1. Del.icio.us

4.2.6.2. Digg

4.2.6.3. Diigo

4.2.7. Geographical Places

4.2.7.1. Google myMaps

4.2.8. Mindmaps

4.2.8.1. Mindmeister

4.2.9. Videos

4.2.9.1. Google Video

4.2.9.2. YouTube

4.2.10. Personal Spaces

4.2.10.1. mySpace

4.2.10.2. FaceBook

4.2.10.3. StudiVZ

4.2.11. Microblogs

4.2.11.1. Twitter

4.2.11.2. Plurk

4.2.12. Social Networks

4.2.12.1. Ning

4.2.12.2. Facebook

5. Paradigm "Sharing"

6. Learning content

6.1. Relevance

6.2. Usability

6.2.1. Content

6.2.2. Time

6.2.3. Place

6.2.4. "I decide!"

6.3. Interactivity

6.3.1. Use

6.3.2. Reflect/Transpone

6.3.3. Communicate

7. Informal Learning

7.1. Self guided

7.1.1. What

7.1.2. When

7.1.3. Where

7.1.4. How

8. Search for content

8.1. Technorati

8.2. Google

8.3. Search generates new RSS-Feeds

9. Personal Learning Environment (PLE)

9.1. Content Management Systems (CMS)

9.2. Not institutionally dependend

9.2.1. Sustainability

9.3. Learning Management Systems

9.4. RSS-Aggregator

9.4.1. iGoogle

9.4.2. Blogreader

9.5. Custom Search Engines

10. Legal aspects

10.1. Creative Commons

10.2. Code of Conduct

11. Building your professional network (Your community)

11.1. Follow authors

11.2. Comment

11.3. Offer own content

11.4. Be followed

12. Possible Scenario: Conference Preparation

12.1. Before

12.1.1. Twitter Search for talk about conference

12.1.1.1. Decide to follow them

12.1.1.2. Start conversation

12.1.2. Flickr Search

12.1.2.1. Recent Pictures of people to meet

12.1.3. Blog Search

12.1.3.1. Google Blog Search

12.1.3.1.1. Subscribe to feed

12.1.3.2. Technorati

12.1.3.2.1. Subscribe to feed

12.1.4. Search for people's blog and twitter

12.1.4.1. Follow/Subscribe

12.1.5. Search for recent industry news

12.1.5.1. Google

12.1.5.2. Google News

12.1.5.3. Blogs

12.1.6. Check people's twitter

12.1.7. Check LinkedIn for conference city and peoples profiles

12.1.8. Ask friends on facebook if they are coming.

12.1.9. Hitchhikr to look up published conference tag

12.1.10. Prepare some good blogs

12.1.11. Twitter that you are at the conference

12.2. During

12.2.1. Organize meeting/party

12.2.1.1. Twtvite

12.2.2. Twitter where you are, so people can meet you

12.2.3. Consider to blog about sessions you visited