Taubman Health Sciences Library
Web 2.0 Presentation Tools & Resources
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Date/Time: March 1, 2007
Title: Web 2.0 Presentation Tools & Resources
Presenter: Patricia Anderson
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Slide 1: Web 2.0 Presentation Tools & Resources: Flickr, SlideShare, Zoho Show & More Patricia F. Anderson
Slide 2: Web 2.0 is Useful for ... * Folk who use multiple computers in various locations * Discovery of items similar to your selections * Sharing resources with peers, managers, students & others * Web site development & support * Building communities and discovering like- minded individuals
Slide 3: Web 2.0 Presentation Resources * When making a presentation, you want pictures, and a few words. And people. * Finding Pictures: * Google Images * Other Image Search Engines * Flickr * Building your presentation -- Zoho: Show * Sharing your presentation (& finding other presentations) -- SlideShare.net
Slide 4: Google Images
Slide 5: Yahoo Images
Slide 6: Wikimedia
Slide 7: Other Image Search Engines * A9 * Altavista: Image Search * Ask: Picture Search * Ditto * DogPile * PicSearch * MORE: http://www-personal.umich.edu/~pfa/pro/8fold/taskpics.html
Slide 8: Flickr *Account types *Free, with limited uploads *Fee, personal accounts *Inexpensive - around $15 USD/year *No corporate accounts, yet
Slide 9: Flickr: Find Pictures *Search all of Flickr *Search your account *Search images in a group on your topic
Slide 10: Browsing Tags in Flickr * Tags are freeform and self-selected * Check a variety of spellings, phrasings, capitalization, and punctuation for the same concept * Watch for popular terms * When tagging your pictures, use a variety of spellings and terms to aid in discovery. * Browse: *http://flickr.com/photos/tags/_______
Slide 11: Flickr: Find Communities & Groups *Search for a group by keyword *Search: DENTISTRY, find:
Slide 12: Flickr: Find Communities & Groups *Search for a keyword, find a picture, find a group that collects those types of images. *Search for: GASTRIC MUCOSA, find:
Slide 13: Flickr: Build Communities & Groups * Start a group on a topic that interests you * Search for images that fit; look for a range of interesting images * Invite people to join and add their images * Invite partner(s) to help moderate group to keep it on target * Thank those who add good images, to build a reward system.
Slide 14: Flickr: Build Communities & Groups * Why? (NOTE: These are true for Web 2.0 communities in general) * Market and promote your resources * Link back to your online resources * Broaden recognition of your expertise among new groups * Broaden awareness of range of resources available * Discover new persons interested in your topic of interest
Slide 15: Flickr: Build Communities & Groups * Example: History & Art of Dentistry, http://www.flickr.com/groups/dentalhistory/
Slide 16: Flickr: Build Communities & Groups
Slide 17: Flickr: Favorites & Comments * Commenting & marking an image as a favorite (favoriting) is one way to build good feelings in the community and build relationships. This is the most popular image in the dental history pool, with 688 views in less than 3 weeks.
Slide 18: Flickr: FYIs * All new accounts temporarily restricted from being accessible via Flickr search. * Accounts may be blocked from searching if focus is not real-folk photos (negotiable). * 'Blocked' photos still accessible via groups and photostream. * Some image restrictions apply: * Copyright, * Image ownership, * Sexual, nudity, graphic violence, * Or otherwise not family-friendly.
Slide 19: Slideshare.net: Home
Slide 20: Slideshare.net: Home: Featured
Slide 21: Slideshare.net: About *Content from those who want to get their ideas out: *Not-for-profits *International schools *Consultants *Individuals
Slide 22: SlideShare.net: About 2 * Things to do with SlideShare: * Find teaching materials * Share teaching materials * Share conference slides * Review content remotely from secured computers. * NOTES about sharing: * People cannot download your presentation without asking you first. * People can ask you.
Slide 23: Slideshare.net: Things to Do
Slide 24: Slideshare.net: Tags
Slide 25: Slideshare.net: Tag Browse
Slide 26: SlideShare.net: Searching * No advanced search * Sloppy search * This reflects relatively new product and growing collection -- they want you to find something, so make the search imprecise. * Community still "young" (in Web 2.0 terms), so few comments / added tags * Pluses: Searches full text of presentation slides, and breaks out full text in display
Slide 27: SlideShare.net: My SlideSpace
Slide 28: SlideShare.net: My SlideSpace *Presentations *Favorites *Tags *Contacts *Comments
Slide 29: Zoho Show: Home
Slide 30: Zoho Show: What You Can Do
Slide 31: Zoho Show: Ways to Use It * Backup your presentation, in case * Your computer fries at a conference * When you have to use someone else's computer * You are working from a public computer without your preferred presentation software * Last minute edits / updates to previously loaded presentation * Pseudo Webcast presentations -- conference call + online slideshow you control * Interviewing job candidates remotely * Guest speakers & consulting presentations
Slide 32: Zoho Show: New Presentation
Slide 33: Zoho Show: Editing Interface
Slide 34: Zoho Show: Adding a New Slide
Slide 35: Zoho Show: Images & Flickr
Slide 36: Zoho Show: Images & Flickr *Success!
Slide 37: Zoho Show: Actions *Import PPT *Export PPT
Slide 38: Other Free Zoho Online Tools *Zoho Writer (word processing) *Zoho Sheet (spreadsheet) *Zoho Polls (surveys) *Zoho Creator (online databases) *Zoho Wiki *More ... at Zoho.com
Slide 39: Creating Accounts * Each account per tool (Flickr, Zoho, Slideshare) must usually be associated with a unique e-mail address. * If creating an account to be shared across an office, consider creating an e-mail list to serve as the contact e-mail address.
Slide 40: More: Copyright & Licensing * Creative Commons license options for both SlideShare and Flickr * Is there an institutional policy? * What does your boss think? * Most conservative license is "All Rights Reserved." * Next most conservative, but more open, is Creative Commons, non-commercial use only, no derivatives.