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Libraries 2.0 : the French touch
Libraries 2.0 : the French touch
Libraries 2.0 : the French touch
Libraries 2.0 : the French touch
Libraries 2.0 : the French touch
Libraries 2.0 : the French touch
Libraries 2.0 : the French touch
Libraries 2.0 : the French touch
Libraries 2.0 : the French touch
Libraries 2.0 : the French touch
Libraries 2.0 : the French touch
Libraries 2.0 : the French touch
Libraries 2.0 : the French touch
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Libraries 2.0 : the French touch

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    • 1. This document is under Creative Commons Licence : CC-by-nc 5 Feb 2007 Author : Krajewski Pascal http://bibliotheque20.wordpress.com
    • 2. Web 2.0 and Libraries 2.0 : The French Touch
      • What is Web 2.0 ?
      • What is Library 2.0 ?
      • Do we have to be « 2.0 » ?
    • 3. Web 2.0 in 2 words
      • Web 1.0 :
        • Surfer
        • Passive
        • Get Information
      • Web 2.0 :
        • Contributor
        • Active
        • Create Information (**)
      • (**) On 3 levels :
          • Content
          • Shape
          • Description
    • 4. Web 2.0 in acts
      • The development of New Tools…
        • RSS - Syndication - Feed
        • Blogs
        • Wiki
        • Tags
      • … Goes with the eruption of new concepts
        • Social network
        • Social bookmark
        • Crowd sourcing
        • Customisation
        • Nomad Access
        • Folksonomy
    • 5. Libraries 2.0
      • A ‘ Mash Up ’ of tools from the Web 2.0.
      • For new services. Libraries 2.0 :
        • are user-centered
        • provide a multi-media experience
        • are socially rich
        • are communally innovative.
        • From Maness : Library 2.0 Theory: Web 2.0 and Its Implications for Libraries
    • 6. Libraries 2.0 : 5 corner stones To Deliver new services To Improve existing services To Be Self-Promoting To be the Core of the Community To Open to user
    • 7. 1. To Improve existing services
      • New OPAC : Ex : QueensLibrary
    • 8. 2. To Deliver new services
      • Example : Hennepin County Library
    • 9. 3. To Open to user
      • Social OPAC : Ex: Ann Arbor District Library (AADL)
    • 10. 4. To Be Self Promoting
      • ALA on Myspace :
      • « American Library Association is in your extended network »
      • « MySpace is Your Library’s Space : Reference, Programing and Promotion  » / presentation of : Angela Semifero , Marshall District Library
      • « Second Life » Symptom :
      • ALA ’s Washington Office opens on SL
      • (NB : Many commercial societies, as well as politicians, are on SL ; Sweden has just opened an embassy on SL….)
    • 11. 5. To be the Core of the Community
      • This time, the motto would be :
      • « Toto Library is (one of) your extended network »
      • Examples : Picture Ann Harbor : «  Our mission is to gather, capture and share information and images that reflect everyday life in our community  »
      • Call for help from « contributors ».
    • 12. Do we have to be « 2.0 » ?
      • The American answer : The concept of ‘relevancy’
      • Does the « surfer 2.0 » need :
      • « Enlightment 2.0 »?
      • ‘  Relevancy ’ for whom ? Is there a demand face to the offer ?
      • French Open Source Proposition : PMB 3.0 and AFI-OPAC 2.0
    • 13. Picture : Bungy jump in New Zealand : in the French settlement of Akaroa ! From a previous paper : «  Culture at risk of Web 2.0  »

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