Introduction to Social software and Web 2.0 – platforms to leverage and share knowledge. Roxanne Hiltz Cathy Dwyer NJIT Pace University Newark, NJ New York, NY. Today’s planned schedule. Session 1: 9 am - 10:15 am
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Roxanne Hiltz Cathy Dwyer
NJIT Pace University Newark, NJ New York, NY
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Diana M. used Dodgeball to introduce herself to someone she saw on the subway, but was too shy to speak to. "I checked in to dodgeball," she said, and "I got an alert that 'so-and-so has a crush on you, and he is at X bar, go and say hi.'" she said. "I now had a valid and less-frightening excuse to meet him," McGunigle said.
"I can't tell you how many people I've met through this," said McGunigle. "It has not only simplified my socializing habits, but has allowed me to meet people I would not have met otherwise."
Algorithm determines importance and placement of news story – no human editors
Web based social networking systems for the general public (e.g., MySpace, Facebook, etc) (Cathy Dwyer) (30 mins)
Tools: Folksonomies, syndication, etc. (Chris Lott, 20 mins)
D. Lunch break, noon- 1 pm ("on your own" but let's make plans for those who want to eat together?)
Community building around information and documents with wikis, blogs, social annotation tools like Diigo, etc. (Chris Lott, 20 mins)
Backchannel systems: A debriefing; and concerns about social software- Todd Richmond ( 25 mins)
General discussion of future scenarios and implications of SocialWare (Lorne, moderator) (20 mins)