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Tassie Devilment Program

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Draft Program
Welcome to the Wonderful World of Web 2.0 (WWWW)
with Alan Levine
10 – 3.30 pm 15 October 2007
at the Mercure Hotel, Bathurst Street, Hobart
10 – 11.30             “Being There”
                              [alan using a reshaped a version of the presentation done in the States. The goal is to reduce some anxiety about new technologies, and share my idealized view that we need to approach it with a sense of experimentation and play.]
11.30 -11.45          Morning Tea
11.45 – 12.30        Group Discussion and Hands On Work
                              [with alan talking about tagging and demoing]
12.30 – 1.30          Lunch
1.30 – 3.00            Using web 2.0’s small & precious gems
                              This is your chance to get started using some of the tools talked about.
                              [Alan using flickr as a great example because there are many subtle things one can do with it the demonstrate web 2.0 capacities- tagging, creating groups, annotating images, and a bunch of the third party sites that allow you to easiy do creative things with images. People most easily resonate with working with images as it is something of personal interest as well. It would use many of the esamples I have done via


                              Self-paced exploration in "small precious web gems" - the concept is that I woukld provide a large menu of web 2.0 sites/services that are beyond the usual suspects, and ask participants to do some small scale exploration and provide some results posted in a common wiki site. Possibilities include Slideshare, geomapping sites, LibraryThing, and more. ]
3.00 – 3.30           The Future
                              [some prognostications from alan about where this might all lead]


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