WEB 2.0

WEB 2.0

Published on 1 November 2020
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Transcript
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Web 2. 0 in 60 seconds
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By Sandra Ibarra
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"Web 1.0 was making the internet better for people, Web 2. 0 is making the Internet better for Companies"
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-Jeff Bezoz (CEO Amazon)
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What is Web 2.0?
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The concept behind Web 2.0 refers to rich web applications, web-oriented architecture, and social web. It refer to changes in the ways web pages are designed and used by the users, without any change in any technical specifications.
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What are the examples of Web 2.0 applications?
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Web 2.0 examples include: hosted services (Google Maps) Web applications ( Google Docs, Flickr) Video sharing sites (YouTube) wikis (MediaWiki) blogs (WordPress) social networking (Facebook) folksonomies (Delicious) Microblogging (Twitter) podcasting (Podcast Alley) & content hosting services and many more. 
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Darcy DiNucci- an information architecture consultant, coined the term Web 2.0 in her article “Fragmented Future”. The term was popularized by Tim O’Reilly and MediaLive International in 2004.
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Advantages of Web 2.0:
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Available at any time, any place. Variety of media. Ease of usage. Learners can actively be involved in knowledge building. Can create dynamic learning communities. Everybody is the author and the editor, every edit that has been made can be tracked. User-friendly. Updates in the wiki are immediate and it offers more sources for researchers. It provides real-time discussion.
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Thank You
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Bibliography: Lipika. (2016, May 13). What is Web 2.0 - Definition, Advantages and Features. Retrieved November 1, 2020, from ZNetLive Blog - A Guide to Domains, Web Hosting & Cloud Computing website: https://www.znetlive.com/blog/web-2-0/