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    Archives 2.0 Archives 2.0 Presentation Transcript

    • An introduction to using Web 2.0 in archives Kiara King Society of Archivists Conference, York 28 August 2008
    • Outline
      • What is Web 2.0?
      • Why engage with Web 2.0?
      • Benefits
      • The technologies
          • Flickr, Wikis, Blogs, Podcasts
      • Rules of engagement
      • Think of it as an ‘ umbrella term ’
      • for new ways to interact with web
      What is Web 2.0?
      • 3 key points:
      • Be open
      • Encourage participation
      • Provide good user experience
    • Why engage?
      • The era of control is over:
      • You can either stay in the bunker, or you can jump out there and try to participate, to not participate is criminal.
      • - Ed Dilworth, Wired Magazine
      www.iktshop.com
    • Why engage? Archives have extraordinary content and the ability to touch real people = a duty to engage and share
    • Benefits
      • Web 2.0 tools give an archive:
      • Increased awareness of its collections
      • Varied access points
      • Diversification of users
      • Improved relationships & links in the sector
      • Additional information about collections
      • New dynamic ways to engage
      • There are hundreds of Web 2.0 technologies out there.
      Which technologies? Focus today will be on: Blogs Wikis Podcasts Flickr
    • Flickr
      • Use to:
      • Share digital images
      • Collect images
      • Collect comments
      • Link to your official site
      • Example:
      • National Library of New Zealand
      Upload and share images Enable your users to add and comment
    • Wikis
      • Use to:
      • Capture user knowledge
      • Add value
      • Give users a forum
      • Revise catalogues safely!
      • Example:
      • Your Archives
      Create web pages that allow anyone to participate by contributing/modifying content
    • Blogs
      • Use to:
      • Communicate
      • Online exhibits
      • Collection of the month
      • Highlight treasures
      • Transcripts of diaries
      • Example:
      • Special Collections at the University of Bradford
      Websites with frequently updated posts, links to other sites and reader comments
    • Podcasts
      • Use to:
      • Share recordings with wider audience
      • Record talks, instructions for using archive and audio transcriptions of documents
      • Example:
      • TNA - Podcast Series
      • examples
      Audio or video recordings available to download
    • Rules of engagement
      • Think
      • Be open-minded & experiment
      • Engage your users
      • Learn from others (museums & libraries)
      • Have fun
      http://www.nissouphotography.be/
    • Questions
      • many more examples available at: www.webwatchingforarchivists.blogspot.com
      • contact me
      • [email_address]