IKBLC’s iTunes & UBC’s IR – Web 3.0’s interoperable programs for interoperable platforms & interfaces
How do you find a Margaret Atwood book at UBC library from Google? Impossible!
Katherine Adams’ article in 2002 had argued that librarians should be taking the charge with the skills that we have.
Amazon.com’s online bookstore model became a catalyst for bookstores to “open” up their catalogues for all to see.
Mashing up the web” - combining, fusing, creating ideas in linking web 2.0 to web 3.0 (november 20, 2008)
“Mashing Up the Web”:combining, fusing, creating ideas in linking web 2.0 to web 3.0” Allan Cho Program Services Librarian, Ike Barber Learning Centre November 20, 2008
Overview1. Mashups, and web 2.02. The semantic web and web 3.03. Why is it relevant for librarians?4. Discussion
History of MashupsMashups originated in musicBeatles’ “White Album” + Jay-Z’s “Black Album” Grey AlbumThe essence of Web 2.0: remix, repurpose, mash
The essence of web 2.0?“A web mashup is a web site or application thatcombines data from at least two or more sourcescreating a seamless separate application or serviceunique to contributing components.” Michelle Kraft, 2008
HealthmapsOur mission is to promote health and well beingin the world by providing personally relevantinformation from trusted health sites on the Web.HealthMash combines sophisticated Web 2.0universal search and discovery technology withSemantic Web Concepts in a simple yet highlyinformative user interface.http://www.healthmash.com/
Learning more about web 3.0. . .Nova Spivak – Minding the PlanetYihong Ding’s Thinking SpaceThe Semantic Librarian BlogTalis – Nodalities magazineWrite your own research paper