Week 13-Course Message

farewell

 Dear All,

After this Friday, I will start to calculate the frequency of your course blog participation. The marks will be made available next Monday (31, Oct) on the grade book.

Thank you for a wonderful semester. Thank you for what you brought to our course blog on weekly basis. From the discussion of tomato, marshmallows, SEO, blog creation, web2.0 applications, ESP game, folksonomy to Semantic Web study. In the past 12 weeks, you exerted all your efforts to make knowledge sharing and online learning possible.

I have thoroughly enjoyed teaching you this semester. I wish you continued success on your journey in life.

Thank you for being a part of mine. Farewell~

(ps.) Should you have any question or concern, please feel free to get in touch.

Warm Regards,

Veronica

Week12-Web 3.0 (1)

Firstly, read the material of week 12 webpage on learning at Griffth, and then follow the instructions on Activity1 of “hands-on activities”.

Kevin Kelly Kevin Kelly suggests the Internet is becoming a single global machine that he calls “The One” and ends the video by suggesting that “We are the One.” How are we becoming the Internet?

Week11-Linking Data for Social Media

internet risk

Do you have too many Social media accounts? Has the internet been marketed to people without warning people of the multiple risks associated with using it? Such as identity theft, hidden charges, copyright and piracy laws, as well as many other risks.

Week11-Content Management System Experience

For Part-time Students:

What CMS, WCMS, or EDRMS is your organization using? What major problems or issues have you or your colleagues encountered?

For Full-time Students:

(Option 1) Do you have any experience in CMS installation, customisation and maintenance for your 3rd year or IAP project? Could you share your experience with us?

(Option 2) What CMS do you like to experience in your next web development project or your next website creation? Can you foresee the substantial benefits of deploying a CMS for a university project?