In recent years the widespread availability of broadband and the flat connection to the Internet was a high participation of users, such as portals and social networks have focused on User Generated Content (UGC). The tools provided by Web 2.0 enable e-learning to use them to bring user-centered learning environments that plays a starring role in building its own path, asserting the interests of no preconceived paths, but on the creation of informal trails arising from the interaction and participation in shared activities (blogs, forums, chat). In this report, Web 2.0, Semantic Web will be analyzed along with aspects of tagging as a new mode of organization of content as well as good medium for the definition of semantic tools supporting the organization of knowledge in view of the construction of the Semantic Web Right these reasons have led to the creation of new interaction paradigms that place the user at the center (user-centered design) and try to equip components intelligent systems that adapt to the needs of the subject.

Web 2.0 - Web 3.0 - Social Tagging: New ways of organizing knowledge

IMPEDOVO, Sebastiano;
2012

Abstract

In recent years the widespread availability of broadband and the flat connection to the Internet was a high participation of users, such as portals and social networks have focused on User Generated Content (UGC). The tools provided by Web 2.0 enable e-learning to use them to bring user-centered learning environments that plays a starring role in building its own path, asserting the interests of no preconceived paths, but on the creation of informal trails arising from the interaction and participation in shared activities (blogs, forums, chat). In this report, Web 2.0, Semantic Web will be analyzed along with aspects of tagging as a new mode of organization of content as well as good medium for the definition of semantic tools supporting the organization of knowledge in view of the construction of the Semantic Web Right these reasons have led to the creation of new interaction paradigms that place the user at the center (user-centered design) and try to equip components intelligent systems that adapt to the needs of the subject.
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