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Using Web 2.0 Principles to Become Librarian 2.0: Introduction

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Kent State University School of Library & Information Science Workshop - March 9 & 10, 2007

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  • 1. Kent State University School of Library & Information Science March 9 & 10, 2007 Using Web 2.0 Principles to Become Librarian 2.0
    • Introduction
  • 2. Instructor: Brian C. Gray
    • Engineering, Mathematics, & Statistics Librarian
    • Case Western Reserve University
    • Work email: bcg8@case.edu
    • Work phone: 216-368-8685
    • IM: AIM - kslbcg8
    • ICQ - 499284601
    • Google Chat - kslbcg8@gmail.com
    • MSN - bcg8@case.edu
    • Yahoo - kslbcg8
  • 3. My Interest in Web 2.0
    • Teach RSS workshop at KSL
    • Contribute to 3 Case KSL blogs
    • ALA Library 2.0 participant
    • ALA LAMA Web Coordinator
      • Blogs, RSS, Wiki, Communities
    • Regular IM user
    • See benefits of “free” tools to libraries & library users
    • Non-techie trained person that likes to “play”
  • 4. Topics for the Next 2 Days
    • What is Web 2.0
    • What is Library 2.0
    • Why should we care
    • RSS and OPML
    • Blogs
    • Wikis
    • Various Web 2.0 Tools
    • Users
    • Library concerns
  • 5. Introduce Yourself
    • Name
    • Degree in progress and/or library employer
    • Goals for career
    • Goals for this workshop
  • 6. Reasons Why You Must Care
    • Online competition to libraries
    • Alternative method of marketing
    • Alternative method of communication
    • Alternative publishing practices
    • User awareness
    • Efficiency
    • “Buzz” word right now
    • Users are unaware and/or are creating alternatives to library resources
  • 7.  
  • 8. Coined by O'Reilly Media (2004)
  • 9.
    • What Is Web 2.0,
    • Design Patterns and Business Models for the Next Generation of Software
    • Tim O'Reilly, 09/30/2005
  • 10. More on Web 2.0
    • Web 1.0
      • “surfing”
      • Content within a specific space
    • Web 2.0:
      • Decentralized
      • Granular
      • Syndication
      • Web as a “platform”
    • “Long Tail”
  • 11. WEB 2.0 Concepts (Mindset)
    • Key concepts or focus points:
      • Collaboration
      • Sharing
      • Ownership
      • Creation
      • Web-based rather than software based
      • Data/information
      • Social
      • Connections/relationships
      • Trust
  • 12. WEB 2.0 Concepts
      • Enrichment
      • Personal data
      • Participation
      • Decentralized
      • User “tagged” or defined
      • Experience
      • Services
      • Remixable
      • Behavior
  • 13. Library 2.0
    • Coined by Michael Casey on his blog LibraryCrunch
    • Some library contributors:
      • Stephen Abram
      • John Blyberg
      • Michael E. Casey
      • Jenny Levine
      • Paul Miller
      • Michael Stephens
  • 14. Library 2.0 Concepts
    • Delivery
    • Constant and purposeful change
    • Adaptation
    • User designed
    • User created
    • Participation
    • User feedback
    • 2-way information
    • Reaching new users
  • 15. Warnings (or Thoughts)
    • What do users want?
    • Investment in technology and/or time worth it?
    • What do users expect?
    • What are users doing on their own?
    • How can users contribute?