24 July 2013
Introduction to Web 2.0 technologies
This course, designed for non-technologists, will introduce students to the terminology and some of the software tools that support content creation in the Web 2.0 world, such as wikis, blogs, RSS and social networking sites. The importance of being web-2.0-literate is quickly approaching a value similar to that of being personal computer savvy; the aim of the course is to prepare students to be to be functional contributors in this realm today, and to be relevant and active producers ”on the leading curve” for tomorrow. A prevailing aim of the course is to develop within each student a sense of the applicability as well as the benefits and drawbacks of employing these technologies. Course offered by Department of Business Administration.
Terrill Frantz, HSBC Business School, Peking University, China
After completing this course the student will have (a) operational familiarity
with several Web 2.0 technologies and the overall landscape of Web2.0. The
student will have (b) personally created a live site of their own design and
will be encouraged to (c) maintain their site for their own use, even after the
completion of the course. Moreover, after completing this course, students
will be able to (d) conceive, create and maintain an entirely new site on their
entirely on their own using real-world platforms.
EUR 0: Students on a bilateral exchange programme do not have to pay. Freemovers are obliged to pay participation fees while tuition fees only apply to freemovers from countries outside the EU/EEA/Switzerland.