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Information Architecture Class Shares Its Discoveries on IAOC Blog

28 January 2009 No Comment

Starting next Week Bill Wolff brings his Information Architecture class online to the IAOC Blog. He and his Rowan University students will blog as they learn about, use, and review new Web 2.0 applications such as the micro-blogging tool, Twitter, the social networking utility Ning, the semantic web app, Twine and Blern, a site that recommends online content based on the interests each member demonstrates while reading and interacting on various web 2.0 sites.

In his introduction to the class, Wolff challenges students to “think in new ways about language, technologies, society and how we interact with them all.” Join in the challenge right here on the IAOC Blog.

Don Dunnington

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