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Team Members

Evaluation and Implementation of
Web 2.0 Technologies in Support
of CReSIS Polar and
Cyberinfrastructure Research
Projects at Elizabeth City State
University

Michael Austin

Tevin Baskerville

Jean Bevins

Joyce Bevins

Robyn Evans

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Abstract

Evaluation and Implementation of Web 2.0 Technologies in Support of CReSIS Polar
and Cyberinfrastructure Research Projects at Elizabeth City State University

Abstract


The primary focus of this research project was to study the implementation of Web 2.0
technologies to support scientific research and provide educational resources. Web 2.0
technologies include social networking, text and data mining, knowledge incorporation
environments, tagging, visualization, and mashups. These technologies are widely used
in popular sites such as MySpace, Facebook, and iGoogle. Various research and
government organizations such as NASA, Harvard’s Science and Engineering
department, and the Technology Student Association have also implemented these
technologies.


The 2008
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2009 Multimedia Team focused on specific server software packages to
execute Content Management Systems (CMS) for future inclusion in several ongoing
projects under the Center of Excellence in Remote Sensing Education and Research
(CERSER) umbrella. Four open source software packages were evaluated, installed, and
documented as models for future installations. These software packages were Joomla,
WordPress, Drupal, and MediaWiki.

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Vocabulary


Mashup


Wiki


Blog


Content Management System


Open Source



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Overview


Overview


Content Management System


Database


Management


Implementation


Installation Platform


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Joomla


Overview


Uses


Examples

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Joomla Installation


MySQL

1.
phpMyAdmin at http://localhost

2.
Create a new database

3.
User name and password


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Joomla Installation


Joomla

1.
Create directory titled “Joomla15”

2.
Download Joomla 1.5

3.
Extract files

4.
Installation guide

5.
English

6.
Installation Status

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Joomla Installation

7.
Database Configuration

a.
Select database type


MySQL

b.
Enter the Host Name


localhost

c.
Enter the User Name and Password

d.
Enter the Database Name

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Joomla Installation


Completion

8.
File Transfer Protocol (FTP) layer

9.
Site name

10.
Administrators email and password

11.
Sample data

12.
Installation is complete

13.
Delete installation directory

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Joomla Results


No Errors


Installation guide


Tutorial

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Joomla Recommendations


Operation


Components, extensions, plug
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ins


PHP

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WordPress


Overview


Personalization and functionality


Required Software

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WordPress Installation


phpMyAdmin


Password


Root Account


Privileges

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WordPress Installation


Download WordPress


c:
\
wamp
\
www
\
wordpress


wp
-
config.php


wp
-
config

example.php

to wp
-
config.php

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WordPress Installation


http://localhost


Blog title and administrator email address


wp
-
config.php


http://localhost/wordpress

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WordPress Results


Installation Guide


On
-
line Resources

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WordPress Recommendation


Easily Installed


Purpose and Use

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Drupal


Overview


Comparisons


Ease of use



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Drupal Installation


phpMyAdmin


Add a username and password


Database error


Error Correction


Download Drupal


Extract Files


c:
\
wamp
\
www
\
drupal


Open http://localhost


Drupal installation process


Username and password

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Drupal Results


Database Error


Configuration File


Unable to install

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Drupal Recommendations


Highly recommended by others


Downfalls


Recommended for skilled computer developers

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MediaWiki


Overview


User submission


PHP


Origin of Wiki

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MediaWiki Installation

1.
WAMP

2.
Download and System Requirements

3.
Download MediaWiki

4.
Extract to Web Root

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MediaWiki Installation

5.
http://localhost/mediawiki
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1.13.4

6.
Setup the Wiki first

7.
localhost


8.
MySQL and PHP

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MediaWiki Installation

9.
Site Configuration Form

10.
Install Wiki

11.
LocalSettings.php

12.
Create accounts for users.

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MediaWiki Results


Not User Friendly


MediaWiki Editing Code

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MediaWiki Recommendations

9.
Programming Level

10.
Support

11.
Versatile Tool

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Results
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Installations


Installation Ease


Guides


Resources


Stability

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Results


CMS on NIA


http://nia.ecsu.edu


Documentation and Forms


Drupal and MediaWiki

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Future Work

Application to Research


Research Models


Documentation and Communication


Integration


Firewall

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References


Joomla!

Retrieved Jan 29, 2009 from the World Wide Web,
http://www.joomla.org/


WordPress

Retrieved Jan 10, 2009 from the World Wide Web,
http://wordpress.org/


Drupal

Retrieved Feb 2, 2009 from the World Wide Web,
http://drupal.org/


MediaWiki

Retrieved Feb 17, 2009 from the World Wide Web,
http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/MediaWiki


Content Management System Matrix

Retrieved Feb 18, 2008 from the World Wide Web,
http://www.cmsmatrix.org/


What Is Web 2.0 | O'Reilly Media


Retrieved Jan 12, 2009 from the World Wide Web,
http://www.oreillynet.com/pub/a/oreilly/tim/news/2005/09/30/what
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is
-
web
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20.html


Everything You Need to Know About Web 2.0

Retrieved Jan 9, 2009 from the World Wide Web,
http://www.techsoup.org/toolkits/web2



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Questions


http://nia.ecsu.edu/niaj/


http://nia.ecsu.edu/wordpress/