Tasks for the first Week[edit source]
Hello SteffenStaab I have restructured the webscience mooc according to the discussed time schedual for the first week there is a clear break between the two flipped classroom sessions. but I am pretty sure we can achieve similar breaks for the second part.
Would you please go over the ethernet part of the mooc and append further readings, homework and quizes? I know ethernet is almost complete but it might be a nice way for you to get introduced to our templating mechanism also it is still not clear what we will discuss during the flipped class room sessions. If students prepared something like Token ring this would be an option.
- the main used template is: Topic:Web_Science/Templates:Lesson
- various lessons append with a slash to the URI of ethernet adding another "/Quiz" leads to the multiple choice quizes.
In general sites of interest and on which we should put content are:
- start page: Topic:Web_Science
- part1: Topic:Web_Science/Part1:_Foundations_of_the_web/Internet_Architecture and Topic:Web_Science/Part1:_Foundations_of_the_web/Web_Architecture
- part2: Topic:Web_Science/Part2:_Emerging_Web_Properties
- part3: Topic:Web_Science/Part3:_Web_&_society
Especially in part 2 and block 2 I would be happy to get input of the sub topics and the learning units (like I demonstrated in Block1 Web Architecture) that we plan for each topic (I can take over search engine ecosystem) Still I am not to happy with the naming. The search engine eco system is advertising but we have our own section for advertising in a later chapter. --Renepick (discuss • contribs) 15:19, 17 October 2013 (UTC)
not sure where to move this information[edit source]
hello steffen there is some leftovers that came available during restructuring and I am not sure where to move it. i assume much of it belongs to web content
== learning objectives == the web was made to... # link knowledge # separation of software and content # enable communication between people (n to m) # autonomie of content publisher == Lesson Plan == Learning objectives: * TCP/IP is not an application for Uncle Bob to use === Summary of internet === What have we learned up to here? * TCP/IP is good for sending arbitrary files * TCP/IP does not give you any application and is therefore hard to use (illustrate e.g. by telnet) * Understand that TCP/IP is good for having ideosyncratic application, where different instances of the same piece of software can talk to each other
- It belongs into https://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Topic:Web_Science/Part1:_Foundations_of_the_web/Web_Architecture/Motivation_for_world_wide_web I moved it there