This talk discusses two streams of innovation on the Web--the Social Web and Linked Data--and explains how bringing them together can move library services to the 21st century.
The core of the presentation will look at a few of the envisioned social use cases for library linked data: Social Annotation, Peer-to-Peer Bookswapping and Social Recommendations.
The goal is to create interest in combining new technologies and to start a discussion about how to bring these and similar use cases to fruition.
Presented at the ELAG-2012 conference: http://www.elag2012.com/
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