GCC Teaching: GCC23: Entwicklung eines Social Software Anwendungsszenarios auf Basis von "IBM Lotus Connections"

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YEAR: 2007

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Nähere Beschreibung:

Ziel des Projektes ist, komplementär zu ähnlich gelagerten anderen Projekten im WS 2007/8 ein breites Verständnis von "social software" in einer professionellen Web-2.0 Umgebung zu erarbeiten. Dazu ist vom Projektteam ein praktisches Anwendungsszenario für einen beispielhaften virtuellen sozialen Raum auzubauen. Genutzt wird dabei das seit 2007 auf dem Business-Markt angebotene Produkframework "IBM Lotus Connections".

Dieses Projekt kann mehrfach vergeben werden. Die konkrete Aufgabe der einzelnen Projekte besteht dann aus der Szenario-Erarbeitung und -Implementierung für einen bestimmten Schwerpunkt aus dem Produktframework "IBM Lotus Connections" (Profiles, Communities, Blogs, Dogear, Activities).

Der Schwerpunkt dieses Projektes wird vom Betreuer mitgeteilt.



IBM Lotus Connections - wird vom GCC als fertige Umgebung bereitgestellt.

Zielgruppe sind Studierende der folgenden Studienrichtungen:

Alle Studiengänge außer Wirtschaftsinformatik und Informatik


Vorausgesetzte Kenntnisse:

  • Bisherige Erfahrungen in der praktischen Nutzung von Web-2.0 Umgebungen sind nützlich.



Prof. Dr. Ludwig Nastansky



Projekt wurde im WS 2007/08 vergeben.

Olaf Gerling

Patrick Foster

Dirk Grabe

Im weiteren finden sich einige weitere Hintergrunddetails:



Modules of Lotus Connections
Search for people across your organization by name, phone number, location, and job title,
and view business card information.
Find people based on the expertise by searching keywords or information in their profiles that
reflect their knowledge and responsibility.
Identify the presence awareness of individuals and/or send an instant message by clicking on
their contact information using separately purchased IBM Lotus Sametime®.
From a person's profile, you can link to the bookmarks they have shared, the communities
they have joined, and the blog postings they have made, the activities you have in common,
and more.
If used internally, you can view and navigate the reporting structure of your organization.
Profile information can be populated from back-end systems using Tivoli® Directory Integrator.

Create, find, and join communities of people who share a common responsibility or expertise.
View community members and share relevant bookmarks with the community.
Ability to utilize Feed Readers to be notified of new information within communities.
Use tags to assign descriptive keywords to your community so it is easy to find.
Support for the creation of both public and private communities.
Browse for communities by categories such as Recent, Popular, and Alphabetical.

Create a Web blog where you or a group can post information for other people to read.
Themes provide the ability to easily change the look and feel of the blog.
Allow moderated or open comments on your blog entries.

Provides a centralized model that integrates bookmarks from other tools into a single location
for better organization and maintainability.
Save a bookmark, either as a private or shared, from your browser to a server so it can be
later accessed by you or others.
Filter and view your list of bookmarks by tags and keywords so you can find them faster and
View all bookmarks that have been shared by others and filter them by tags, most recent, and
Subscribe to an expert's bookmarks so you can learn from them or subscribe to a tag so you
can keep up to date on a topic and expand the network of people to include in your daily work.

View and prioritize all your individual and team activities.
Filter your activities by keyword, priority, status, and tags.
Start a new activity and set goals, due date, members, tags, and more.
Add relevant activity entries, including messages, e-mails, tasks, files, instant messages, Web
links, to name a few.
Organize activities according to how you work, adding activity entries as they happen, or
providing comments to existing entries.
Invite others to participate in an activity using various access options such as author, reader,
or public access.
Ability to notify members when an item has been added or modified within an activity.
For repetitive tasks, templates can be created to help in maintaining the common structure
and allowing users to focus on the task at hand and be more productive.

... and more
In addition to the five components above, Lotus Connections has the following features that
makes it easy to use and increases the overall value:
Users can tag information (for example, blog entries, profiles, communities, bookmarks). A tag
is a word you choose to describe and categorize an item so it can be easily retrieved later.
Tag clouds can be used to filter information shown on a Lotus Connections page so you can
focus on your activity. Tag clouds are created and are unique as the more a tag is used the
bigger the word appears. This enables a visual map of what is interesting to specific users
and/or current hot topics.
Updates to communities, activities, blogs, bookmarks, and profiles can be provided through
Atom enabled Feed Readers so users can be notified of new information via their Feed

Weitere Materialien:

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IBM Lotus Connections: Miscellaneous materials20072007 | Activity Management | Blog | Community | Dogear | IBM Software Group | Lotus Connections | Profiles | Social Software | Web 2.0
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  • IBM Lotus Connections: Miscellaneous PDFs
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  • IBM Lotus Connections: Miscellaneous PPT-Presentations
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  • IBM Lotus Connections: Overview MP3
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IBM Lotus Connections: Enhancing productivity with social computing20072007 | Activity Management | Blog | Community | Dogear | IBM Software Group | Lotus Connections | Profiles | Social Software | Web 2.0