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Empowerment Technology Notes:

Lesson 1:
Key Terms
Web 1.0 – Static websites without interactivity
Web 2.0 – websites that contain dynamic
content
Web 3.0 – A concept of the World Wide Web
that is designed to cater to the individual user
Static – refers to web pages that are the same
regardless of the user
Dynamic – refers to web pages that are affected
by user input or preference
Folksonomy – Allows users to categorize and
classify/arrange information
Hashtag – used to categorize posts in website
Convergence – The synergy of technological
advancements to work on a similar goal or task
Social Media – websites, applications, or online
channels that enable users to create, co-create,
discuss, modify, and exchange user-generated
content
Important Notes
 ICT means Information and
Communication Technology
 Time Magazine conducted the study on
“The Selfiest Citites around the World”
 Darcy DiNucci coined the term Web 2.0
Features of Web 2.0
 Folksonomy - Allows users to categorize
and classify/arrange information
 Rich User Experience – content is
dynamic and is responsive to user’s
input.
 User Participation – the owner of the
website is not the only one who is able
to put content.
 Long Tail – services that are offered on
demand rather than on a one-time
purchase
 Software as a Service – users will
subscribe to a software only when
needed rather than purchasing them.
 Mass Participation – diverse information
sharing through universal web access.
Trends in ICT