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social software

(1) See collaborative software, social networking and social search engine.

(2) Software that runs in a social networking site. See Facebook and OpenSocial.
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It is a framework that attempts to overcome the limitations of existing teaching and learning models, by emphasizing the connectivity enabled by social software tools.
While enterprises now see the importance of harnessing social software's collaborative features within existing IT infrastructure, it's important to remember that because standard social software tools like instant messaging or forums are not structured or goal oriented, they will fail to produce tangible results.
Social software tools support learning in a variety of ways: sharing of resources, collaborative learning and peer-to-peer learning, also facilitate communication and collaboration between participants by providing awareness.
She also stated that it is valuable to encourage the use of many types of social software tools such as chat, forums, blogging, and so forth.
They would use a variety of methods that could include surveying customers, but ultimately, the methods involve a sample or a more narrow view than what today's social software tools could provide.
The report distinguishes that "the social software tools highlighted in this research show that the tools for collaboration have expanded beyond the bounds of wikis and blogs.
Most of the ECM vendors have social software tools in place or are planning to introduce them in the near future.
0 and social software tools and some applications to public servant training, higher education, and photo publishing classes.
COM) IS THE FOUNDER OF CMS WATCH, PUBLISHER OF MANY INDUSTRY REPORTS, INCLUDING "THE ENTERPRISE SOCIAL SOFTWARE REPORT," WHICH EVALUATES 24 SOCIAL SOFTWARE TOOLS AND SERVICES.
In addition to preparing members for the annual meeting, the task force hoped that by improving members' knowledge of social software tools, members would translate that knowledge into practical use to benefit both MLA and the members' own workplaces and careers.
While the implementation of social software tools is a first, important step in this tacit-to-explicit knowledge process, the next step requires advanced tools and methods to digest and help structure this massive amount of data, including those that sit on top of the social software collecting and structuring the data in a meaningful way.