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Faculty Speaker: How Will We Define Web 3.0? (World Usability Day Talk)

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Library and information science professionals around the world are deep in the midst of implementing user-generated content and social Web applications. But what comes next? Predicting trends, advocating for needed information resources and smoothing their adoption may be the greatest challenge for library and information professionals moving forward. This talk explores a variety of perspectives from those who say they can define Web 3.0. It touches on futurism, forecasting emerging technology trends, and how to promote their appropriate adoption. YouTube – How Usability Leads to Social Change (associated with the same event) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8GoQrDUuPw Further information about the SJSU ASIS&T Student Chapter World Usability Day Talk may be found on the World Usability Day website: http://www.worldusabilityday.org/sjsu-asist-student-chapter-world-usability-day-talk-how-will-we-define-web-30

Publication Date

11-10-2011

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SJSU ASIS&T

Keywords

Information Science, Library Science, Information Technology, Web 3.0, Web 2.0, Social Media, Semantic Web, UX, UI, Usability

Disciplines

Library and Information Science | Social and Behavioral Sciences

Faculty Speaker: How Will We Define Web 3.0? (World Usability Day Talk)

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