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Crowdsourcing and Online Social Structures

Generally I use online spaces as an individual to post on some personal picture and information which I like. But I also interact with others in my online spaces. For example, everyday I read others blogs whatever my friends or strangers. We give comment to each other or press “like”, with the passage of time, those strangers who has same topics and passions with me become one in “my friends” list. This is the way how I explore my online network.

Without question, this kind of social intercourse is the most comfortable one, because you are always talking about the topics and knowledge which you are interesting. However, it is a little bit “narrow”. Sometimes we get stuck because we met problems out of our cognition. If you can put more people who study different majors into your friend list, you would be able to get more information and advice. For sure, with the help from these kind of “human resource”can make your mind more objective and creative, because maybe some of them is the expert you need.image

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One comment on “Crowdsourcing and Online Social Structures
  1. And how about non-social networks? Which would you use to help your client?

Group 9 Blogs
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  2. Keisha :)
  3. Lee Ji Eun (Jennifer)
  4. Maurice's IDE Reflection
  5. Michal's Blog of Awesome Stuff
  6. Ruben's Blog
  7. Yannick's Project Community Blog
  8. Zakk Ulbrich

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  • Nancy White { I appreciate that you included client liaison - I think this is often forgotten. Good catch. What advice would you give next year's students please?... } – Dec 18, 5:53 AM
  • Nancy White { Fun visuals! And right to the point. I think you are practicing your design principles! 🙂 Thanks for being part of Project Community Nancy } – Dec 18, 5:52 AM
  • Nancy White { I loved this piece of advice "Nobody will spoon-feed you the content of the course, you have to make your own experiences but you get... } – Dec 18, 5:51 AM
  • Nancy White { I love that you used your own photo! But more important, I appreciate the clarity of your description of what you have learned. WONDERFUL! Thanks... } – Dec 18, 5:49 AM
  • Nancy White { OK, your tips are the most practical ones I've read so far. WONDERFUL. Thanks, Fer. Thanks for being part of Project Community Nancy } – Dec 18, 5:46 AM
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