Wednesday 23rd July, 2008
3:30pm to 5:00pm
The workshop is an opportunity to consider the implications for university-based Web sites of the use of external, embeddable commercial services. As embeddable services and communities increasingly dominate, Web sites are evolving into Web presences, with implications for marketing, functionality and evaluation. We will look at some examples from Higher Education Academy Subject Centres' use of services such as YouTube, Google Books and PBwiki, consider some risks and benefits and invite participants to share their own attitudes towards these services, whether pro or con.
Philosophy PhD; psychology buff; skeptic; musical hobbyist; work for @CO90s & @economics_net; Associate of @WikimediaUK; views are personal bio from Twitter
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