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Create a mechanism on OWW that at a first level helps you to easily aggregate and organize content you’ve created or want to follow (i.e., some simple tool that makes it super easy to develop and organize links to pages within OWW), and at a second level allows you to link the content according to relationships that are meaningful to you. In other words, create your personal semantic linking structure within OWW.
Challenge or opportunity the development project answers
Helps users make sense of information and create personal information repositories within the larger knowledge repository that is OWW.
Examples of what could be done or how it would work
- Click on the “track” icon to automatically add the page or the section of the page to your personal database.
- A three-dimensional map of your connections to content on OWW. Can be autogenerated based on parameters you enter into the “draw my connections” tool.
- Your tracked information could be arranged as 1-dimensional (a list of links), 2-dimensional (links + people and networks), and 3 dimensional displays (visual displays, like the “map of the market).
Why the project should happen now
As OWW grows it becomes harder to keep track of your own content let alone content of interest to you that is posted and maintained by others. A tracking feature that lets you organize content in a two-or three-dimensional form. This form allows you to locate and find relationships (between people and information) that may not be apparent otherwise.
Who are the immediate customers?
People looking for teaching resources. People looking to find collaborators on OWW. Both groups could use this linking structure to link people with content.