Web 2.0 Unit Reviews.pdf

Unit A Review

1. Web 2.0 is less about just reading on the Internet and more

about participation and collaboration.

2. Who wants this information and what will they do with it? Is the

communication line secure and who might be quietly ‘listening’?

3. 3 examples of Research tools:

A. Search engine (Google)

B. Subject Guide

5 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS TO REMEMBER ABOUT BLOGGING

When writing or creating a subject guide or a blog

1. Keep it on topic!

2. Don’t overwhelm users with exhaustive lists. If you have more than 5

examples under any one area, you are probably not being selective enough.

3. Make the subject guide specific to your library whenever possible. Nothing

is more frustrating than a guide that promises resources not housed in the

library.

4. When using examples, be sure to make it clear that your examples are

only a sample of what is out there on the topic. It is not a complete list.

5. Make it creative and have fun!

C. Research Database

4. Search engine and meta search engine

A search engine finds documents or media related to keywords

that a user inputs. A meta search engine is a website that uses

many search engines to find documents or media related to

keywords input by a user.

5. The information on a subject guide is already categorized.

6. A primary source is one or all instruments created at the time of

a particular event.

A secondary source analyzes information in a primary

source.

A tertiary source is a assemblage of information collected

from several primary and secondary sources.

7.

a. ‘Drill down’ to primary sources

b. Verify that the source is reputable

c. Do other sources verify the information

d. If these fail, a full moon ceremony dancing naked around

a bonfire with flowers in your hair works.

8. A personal bookmark tags a site using words or phrases and

resides on my computer. Social bookmarks reside on public

websites like Delicious.com or Stumbleupon.com.

9. A mind map helps me record information in a format that works

for me.

10. A direct quotation from an encyclopedia. A direct quotation from

a book. A direct quotation from Wikipedia.

Unit B Review

1. Copyright law is a part of Intellectual property law.

2. Original music, original written work, photographs.

3. As soon as it is created.

4. CC allows copyright owners to assign the level of protection

for their work.

5. When a camera clicks on a photoshoot thereby creating a

photograph.

6. Crediting an author is when someone writes that this short

quote is part of a larger novel. Getting permission includes a

letter requesting permission to use copy righted work. This

letter should be very specific as what is being requested to be

used and how it will be used.

7. 3 rights: right to make copies, create a new work based on

the original, distribute copies and perform or display the work.

8. Three things included in a permission letter: My name and

contact information, who I am and what use do I want this

material for.

9. Rules describing how copyright owners describe how their

work can be used are called: Terms of use.

10. Because the photographs are not my original work; they are

someone else’s.

Unit C Review

1. Posts by me on the internet and postings by others about

me.

2. Because people will judge me by them and their friends.

3. To make sure I’m not a pervert or an axe murderer.

4. To make sure my friends aren’t a pervert or an axe murderer.

5. Maybe they are trying to make me look like a pervert or an

axe murderer or to steal my identity. Jokes on them; I have no money!!!

6. Social networks are for fun while a professional network is for professional networking. Connecting to my colleagues

and their colleagues.

7. An online professional organization can provide information on potential employers and potential employees. They can

also help people collaborate on projects.

8. Blogging and micro-blogging are both forms of social networking. Blogging allows you to express yourself in a

chatty, conversationalist manner in as many words as you like. Micro-blogging is a shorter version of blogging; it is a

more concise, focused version.

9. Visitors to my blog may object to the product or service being advertised.

10. An e‐portfolio is another term for my home page.  This has links to my blog, micro‐blog and my other online information.

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