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Presentation given at the CILIPS event 2nd July 2009

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    Using Web 2.0 tools in the library Using Web 2.0 tools in the library Presentation Transcript

    • Practical uses for Web 2.0 in your organisation Phil Bradley, Freelance Librarian and Internet Consultant. http://www.philb.com
    • Libraries and Web 2.0 • It’s not about the tools • It’s about the mindset • It’s about the activity • It’s about freeing up time • It’s about taking control
    • So! • What is it that libraries and librarians do again?
    • Communication - weblogs
    • Minimum expectations
    • But how about...?
    • Flickr
    • But expand the use!
    • Wordle.net
    • Bookmarks/Favo(u)rites • Share resources • Network with colleagues • Take a feed and place it onto an appropriate page • Use it as a search engine
    • Del.icio.us
    • Google RSS reader to share content
    • Wallwisher
    • Nik Peachey’s Wallwisher
    • Glogster
    • Home/Start Pages • Netvibes • Pageflakes • Virtual library pages or portals • Ease of updating • Interactive
    • Social networking
    • Ning
    • Google groups
    • Wikis • Self created websites • Single/multi authored • Public/private • Quick and dirty/Very professional • Short term task • Long term project
    • PBworks
    • Disposable web pages
    • Google docs
    • Xmarks
    • Google Custom Search
    • Search with RSS
    • Instant chat
    • Ask a librarian!
    • Twitter
    • Add a Twitter feed to your blog
    • Yammer or Shoutem
    • Screentoaster
    • Instructional videos
    • Slideshare.net
    • Embed presentations
    • WizIQ
    • Mash-ups
    • Podcasting
    • Audacity recording software
    • Multimedia
    • VoiceThread
    • ‘One trick ponies’ • They do one thing, very well.
    • LibraryThing
    • Bookseer
    • Drop.io
    • And then... • Blend it all together • Web sites are now of different importance • Everything should link to everything else
    • In summary • ITANTTS – (It’s the activity, not the tool, stupid!) • If a tool only does one thing, drop it • Forget loyalty • Try it and see what happens; understand what you want to achieve • Combine and blend • Take control!
    • Thanks to: • http://uklibraryblogs.pbworks.com/ • http://www.flickr.com/photos/plymouthlibraries/3638349056/ • http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_Se2CEhZjQyo/SZ60IsJ9HmI/AAAAAAAAAeY/1ExtNzF_Pec/s1600-h/librarian%5B1%5D.jpg (For the ask a librarian cartoon) • http://www.wallwisher.com/wall/teachersweb20