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Compartir: Web 2.0 (Internet)
Merino Moína,M.;
Pediatría Atención Primaria , 2010, DOI: 10.4321/S1139-76322010000500011
Abstract: this is a workshop on computers, aimed at primary care pediatricians with basic knowledge on the internet surfing. it seeks to put the learner in contact with a new way to staying on the internet, known as web 2.0. it aims to facilitate group work and also to use the net as a site to share information, and not just a place to look for it.
Mining Hot Topics on Internet under Web 2.0
一种Web 2.0环境下互联网热点挖掘算法

Li Dong-fang,Yu Neng-hai,Yin Hua-gang,
李东方
,俞能海,尹华罡

电子与信息学报 , 2010,
Abstract: It is a valuable task of mining hot topics on Internet utilizing user’s feedback under Web 2.0 environment. Motivated by heat diffusion phenomena, the information activities on the Internet are treated as heat flow, and heat diffusion model is used to simulate these acitivities. Based on heat diffusion model, a novel topic detection and ranking algorithm is proposed. The experiment results demonstrate that the algorithm works well under Web 2.0 environment.
Nuevas perspectivas para la investigación en Internet: la Web 2.0 y la Empresa 2.0.  [PDF]
Romero Frías, Esteban,Alcaraz Quiles, Francisco José
Gestión Joven , 2010,
Abstract: Desde su creación en 1989, la World Wide Web (la Web) ha revolucionado Internet, facilitando el acceso a información a muchos usuarios potenciales. Dos décadas más tarde, la Web forma parte de la vida diaria de muchas personas en todo el mundo, originando profundas transformaciones sociales que los investigadores en ciencias sociales batallan por comprender. Además, a lo largo de los últimos cinco a os la Web ha sufrido importantes cambios debido al surgimiento y popularización de la llamada Web 2.0. Esto ha provocado una democratización en las herramientas de generación de información permitiendo que millones de personas se involucren en una conversación a escala global. Las tecnologías de la Web 2.0 y sus dinámicas de funcionamiento constituyen un área de gran futuro en la que profundizar en la investigación en ciencias sociales y, particularmente, en la investigación en el campo económico y de empresa. El concepto de Empresa 2.0 se deriva directamente de este nuevo contexto tecnológico.
Prosumption and Web 2.0 Challenges Faced by African Countries Users  [PDF]
Seydou Harouna Fatouma, Shen Lei, Hamadou Tahirou Abdoulkarim
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2016.47020
Abstract: In recent years worldwide boundaries have been redefined, thanks to internet and technologies which facilitate increasingly the interaction between virtual friends and socials networking users. Consumers as well as producers in both developed and developing countries share information, pictures and videos via the Web 2.0 tools available on electronic devices and Internet websites. However due to several obstacles, activities such as co-creations, digital collaboration and others socials networking can be limited for some users. Thus this article discussed various factors that limit developing countries’ prosumers interactivity in the age of Web 2.0 technology. The factors influencing numbers of users’ collaboration can be individual, organizational, technological and/ or environmental factors.
Estado da Arte em Web Semantica e Web 2.0: Potencialidades e Tendências da Nova Gera o de Ambientes de Ensino na Internet
Seiji Isotani,Riichiro Mizoguchi,Ig Ibert Bittencourt,Evandro Costa
Revista Brasileira de Informática na Educa??o , 2009,
Abstract: As tecnologias educacionais com base na Web têm obtido excelente resultados nas últimas décadas. Atualmente, diversos cursos no exterior e no Brasil s o oferecidos na modalidade “educa o a distancia” onde a Internet é a plataforma base de comunica o e intera o entre alunos e professores. Com os grandes avan os da Internet e a necessidade de oferecer formas mais eficazes de aprendizagem na Web, duas linhas de pesquisa est o em crescente expans o. A primeira delas é a Web Semantica que desenvolve tecnologias que permitem ao computador compartilhar e manipular as informa es contidas na Web de forma adequada e inteligente. Com o uso desta tecnologia ambientes de aprendizagem ou agentes de software podem interagir entre si, trocar informa es e auxiliar professores e alunos a selecionar, combinar e classificar o conteúdo disponível na Web. E a segunda é a Web 2.0, ou web Social, onde os usuários s o beneficiados por diversas ferramentas para compartilhar e construir “conhecimento” de forma simples, interativa e colaborativa. O objetivo deste trabalho é estimular as pesquisas nacionais nestas áreas apresentando o estado da arte sobre o uso da Web Semantica e da Web 2.0 no cenário educacional e a recente interse o destas tecnologias para promover a nova gera o de ambientes educacionais para Web 3.0.
Web 2.0 and Internet Social Networking: A New tool for Disaster Management? - Lessons from Taiwan
Cheng-Min Huang, Edward Chan, Adnan A Hyder
BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making , 2010, DOI: 10.1186/1472-6947-10-57
Abstract: In the case of typhoon disaster in Taiwan, internet social networking and mobile technology were found to be helpful for community residents, professional emergency rescuers, and government agencies in gathering and disseminating real-time information, regarding volunteer recruitment and relief supplies allocation. We noted that if internet tools are to be integrated in the development of emergency response system, the accessibility, accuracy, validity, feasibility, privacy and the scalability of itself should be carefully considered especially in the effort of applying it in resource poor settings.This paper seeks to promote an internet-based emergency response system by integrating internet social networking and information communication technology into central government disaster management system. Web-based networking provides two-way communication which establishes a reliable and accessible tunnel for proximal and distal users in disaster preparedness and management.Disaster response has always been a challenge during and after major disasters due to the impact of disaster itself, the number of organizations and individuals participating in the response[1] and the lack of rapid social networking to support immediate community response. Disaster, regardless of etiology, exceeds the ability of the local community to cope with the event and requires specialized resources from outside the area impacted[2-4]. In a large-scale destructive event, one of the greatest challenges to public health workers and rescuing teams is to have stable and accessible emergency communication systems[5,6]. However, little researches currently exist regarding the use of communication platforms and internet social networks for emergency response.Emergency response during disasters is often complicated because communication becomes unavailable. The Chi-Chi earthquake in Taiwan and Hurricane Katrina in US have proven that current telephone, radio and television-based emergency response sy
Monográfico "IV Congreso Internet, Derecho y Política (IDP). Software social y Web 2.0: Implicaciones jurídico-políticas"
Albert Padró-Solanet
IDP , 2008,
Abstract: El impacto de la Web 2.0 en los campos del derecho y de la política ha sido el hilo conductor que ha unido sesiones y ponencias del IV Congreso de IDP celebrado el pasado mes de junio en la sede de la UOC. La denominación Web 2.0 es una forma críptica de indicar que Internet, en los últimos a os, ha sufrido un cambio revolucionario. Las diferentes versiones del software se ordenan con un número que sólo cambia cuando se rehace el programa, mientras que las mejoras parciales se indican con un número posterior a un punto decimal. Web 2.0 destaca que Internet ha dado un salto cualitativo respecto del Internet primitivo, la Web 1.0. Este cambio proviene no sólo del incremento de la difusión del uso de un nuevo medio de comunicación, Internet (éste sería todavía un cambio meramente cuantitativo), sino del desarrollo de aplicaciones (blogs, wikis, Flickr, YouTube, Facebook, MySpace...) que han abaratado los costes de utilizar la red de forma interactiva y creativa, han generado comunidades colaborativas, y han permitido que tanto la producción como la difusión de contenidos se encuentren efectivamente descentralizados. Esta transformación empieza a afectar radicalmente a los entornos de los sistemas sociales, económicos y políticos.
Beyond the 'Networked Public Sphere': Politics, Participation and Technics in Web 2.0  [cached]
Ben Roberts
Fibreculture Journal , 2009,
Abstract: In some ways discussion of the political implications of Web 2.0 reinvigorates a debate about the democratising nature of the Internet that began in the 1990s. The concept of participation is at the heart of many current debates about politics and technology. There are two main reasons for saying this. On the one hand is an ongoing and increasing concern about public participation, or lack of it, in modern (predominantly Western) democracies. This participatory deficit is to be seen in falling voter turnout at elections, public apathy on key political issues and scorn or indifference for elected political representatives. On the other hand, there is a wave of optimism concerning the potential of new technologies, particularly the web, to enable new forms of participation in economic and public life, to transform political debate and citizenship and to renew the ailing (or perceived to be ailing) institutions of democracy. This optimism around participation and politics, while it has played a role in utopian visions of the internet more or less since its inception, has been reinvigorated recently by the discussion around the so-called Web 2.0. This article argues for a much more critical or sceptical approach to the political promise of Web 2.0. Focusing particularly on Yochai Benkler's The Wealth of Networks, it argues that current accounts of the participatory aspects of web culture tend to take a rather narrow view of what such participation might mean. However, aspects of the work of Bernard Stiegler, and that of others in the Ars Industrialis group co-founded by Stiegler, can help inform a more nuanced account of the relationship between politics and participation. It looks specifically at the arguments in Marc Crépon and Bernard Stiegler's book De la démocratie participative, written during the recent French presidential campaign, and will examine how the idea of participation articulates with key themes in Stiegler's philosophy of technics. Finally it suggests some ways in which this debate on participation might be moved on.
Web 2.0 as Syndication
Clarke,Roger;
Journal of theoretical and applied electronic commerce research , 2008, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-18762008000100004
Abstract: there is considerable excitement about the notion of 'web 2.0', particularly among internet businesspeople. in contrast, there is an almost complete lack of formal literatura on the topic. it is important that movements with such energy and potential be subjected to critical attention, and that industry and social commentators have the opportunity to draw on the ecommerce research literatura in formulating their views. this paper assesses the available information about web 2.0, with a view to stimulating further work that applies existing theories, proposes new ones, observes and measures phenomena, and tests the theories. the primary interpretation of the concept derives from marketers, but the complementary technical and communitarian perspectives are also considerad. a common theme derived from the analysis is that of 'syndication' of content, advertising, storage, effort and identity.
Can Web 2.0 be Used Effectively Inside Organisations?
Alan Gilchrist
Bilgi Dünyas? , 2007,
Abstract: There is a common conception amongst higher and middlemanagement that facilities that are “good for the Internet” can betransferred for application to the enterprise intranet. The latest fashion to arrive on the information scene is the Web 2.0 phenomenon, a range of tools including blogs, Wikis and RSS. This paper presents a brief overview of the Web 2.0 phenomenon and some tentative views on the relationship between Web 2.0 tools and the more formal and traditional tools used in information handling. The paper concludes that whereas Web 2.0 facilities will grow and develop on the Internet, the use of Web 2.0 facilities within the enterprise should be carefully planned as adjuncts to existing facilities, not as substitutes.
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