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Future Directions Suggestions for Cyn.in from the University of York

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We're currently trialling Cyn.in at the University of York and here are some of our suggestions and wireframed ideas for the Cyn.in team. Esta es la descripción del artículo.
Comments (5)
offray May 21, 2010 12:00 PM
Thanks Tom for your thoughts and work. We have been using Cynin in an Academic context for almost one and a half semester and I share much of your thoughts, specially the ones related with spaces navigation. My explorations on cynin are always marginal and we have several instances running for different communities, but as a full time teacher with four courses I can't get the proper time to be as active in this community as I would like, so thanks (I don't know how you make so much!, but I really appreciate it). I have problems reading your screens on the pdf and I don't have (or want to) a google account. ¿Could you share them here?. ¿Are you aware of more educational institutions working on Cynin?
earabic May 24, 2010 09:02 AM
Thanks Tom and Offray for your thoughts on academic use of Cyn in. We too would be v. interested to know If you anyone is " aware of more educational institutions working on Cynin?"
Mourad
earabic May 24, 2010 09:18 AM
Tom - I've just read your document and I must say it's a v. thorough analysis of the tool with excellent feedback and suggestions. Totally agree. Thank you for doing trial and sharing it with us.
chrisfield Oct 20, 2010 03:51 PM
Nice work Tom. Thanks. I'm especially interested in bring external content into cyn.in such as blog feeds.
bjho2 Feb 11, 2011 02:52 PM
Some very good ideas and comments - pretty much echoes my organisations view on Cyn.in. The features are great but some are "mismatched" with we've come to expect from usage of similar plattforms (the top-most entry bar used for creating new discussions as opposed to status-updates). Conceptually there seems to be more of a focus around Spaces than "me" in current releases, and I do believe that going for more "me" (my interests, the people I follow, Spaces I'd like to know about) woud solve a lot of issues a larger organisation might have. We're considering rolling out a version for over 1 000 users so some of these issues really are key.
 
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