Posts Tagged ‘web2.0’

eCitizenship and libraries: A few of my favorite things

One of the sessions at the recent eCitizenship conference brought together librarians with students and faculty interested in civic engagement.  The results demonstrate what learned several years ago: that librarians get web2.0 technology better than anybody else I know and are keen to make effective use of the technology to bring people together.  Thanks to […]

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eCitizenship Conference: Streaming Video

Video of the main public events in the conference is now online thanks to fantastic work by the staff of Wayne State’s library and video departments.  You can find all of the links on their page here but for convience I reprint them below as well. Archived Videos 11/12 – Welcome and Introductions: The Purpose […]

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eCitizenship Conference: Liveblogging Wrap-Up Session

Student Forum: Students suggest creating a student alliance, within universities and among universities at this conference and will start twittering each other to track each others’ progress Students suggest educating teachers, getting them engaged in the community.  They need to understand the technology so that they can use it.  Get things started within community, encouraging […]

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eCitizenship: Project wordle

Here is the wordle of all of participant responses to our survey of interests. You can create your own at http://www.wordle.net

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eCitizenship Conference: Liveblogging Chris Haller

Update: You can find a video of the presentation itself online here. Chris Haller http://www.publicagenda.org/staff/chris-haller Public Agenda Promising Practices in Online Engagement Allowing experts and citizens to collaborate.  Often dealt with under the heading of citizen journalism.  A formerly closed profession is now more often.  Citizens capture news as it happens, work with journalists to […]

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eCitizenship Conference: Liveblogging David Smith

Update: You can find a video of the presentation itself online here. David Smith http://www.ncoc.net/index.php?tray=person&tid=top33&cid=59 National Conference on Citizenship Engaging  Citizen 2.0 Initial experience came with creation of Mobilize.org As part of it was creation of tools, the Youth Policy Action Center, started as a way to use the same technology as AARP, NRA and […]

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eCitizenship Conference: Liveblogging Jose Antonio Vargas

Update: You can find a video of the presentation itself online here. Find a video of Jose’s other presentation on Citizen Media (not liveblogged) here: Jose Antonio Vargas Huffington Post http://www.joseantoniovargas.com/ “iPolitics” He began research with Clinton “youtube” video. “Did you know?” video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JNy1x5VTX6Q) by Karl Fisch has gone through Facebook has expanded from its […]

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Looking for civic engagement in all the right places

 Actually I found the discussion below by accident, but it raised my already high spirits.  Not only does have the marks of a good discussion including reference back to the original source, supplement of that reference, comment on it from multiple sides, normative evaluation and a post linking it to historical precursors, but it appeared […]

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pozorblog po slovensky

Amid constant news of contraction and decline this week, there is (slightly old) news of yet another small but significant expansion: machine translation to and from Slovak.   Machine translation is old news these days (though it is no less remarkable for our acceptance of it) and is no panacea (it is still bad enough […]

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More Pozorblog

It has occurred to me that it might be useful for me (and maybe for others) to keep track of articles in the Slovak press that are interesting or in some way provocative and that the easiest way to do this through the social-bookmarking service called del.icio.us I’ve therefore begun to use the tag ‘pozorblog’ […]

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