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Title: Providing Social Sharing Functionalities in LearnWeb2.0
Authors: Marenzi, Ivana
Zerr, Sergej
Nejdl, Wolfgang
Keywords: LearnWeb
social sharing
LearnWeb2.0
knowledge
Issue Date: 30-Oct-2008
Publisher: TENCompetence Workshop: Stimulating Personal Development and Knowledge Sharing October, 30-31, 2008, Sofia, Bulgaria
Abstract: Within the TENCompetence project we are working on an open source infrastructure for the creation, storage and exchange of learning objects and knowledge resources. We implemented LearnWeb2.0 - a prototype, which provides appropriate functionalities for the aggregation and annotation of Web 2.0 resources for lifelong competence development activities. This paper focuses on the next steps planned, describing the main functionalities to be implemented in LearnWeb2.0: resource selection, batch annotation and sharing, notification using SpreadCrumbs, resource aggregation using GroupMe and sequencing, motivated by a knowledge sharing scenario at the University of Pavia.
Description: Marenzi, I., Zerr, S., & Nejdl, W. (2008). Providing Social Sharing Functionalities in LearnWeb2.0. In R. Koper, K. Stefanov & D. Dicheva (Eds). Proceedings of the 5th International TENCompetence Open Workshop "Stimulating Personal Development and Knowledge Sharing" (pp. 9-14). October, 30-31, 2008, Sofia, Bulgaria: TENCompetence Workshop. [For the whole proceedings please see also http://hdl.handle.net/1820/1961 ]
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1820/1539
ISBN: 978-954-92146-5-9
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