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    • Going social: the librarian's bag of tricks Bonaria Biancu Informare a distanza 2.0 Condividere e cooperare nel reference oggi Firenze, 12 aprile 2007
    • Knowledge economy
      • The more users consume information, the more it grows in number and value
      • Milestones: Cluetrain Manifesto and Participatory Networks
      • Metcalfe's Law - Reed's Law
      • Competitive advantage thus economic advantage
      the value of a telecommunications network is proportional to the square of the number of users of the system (n2).
    • Web 2.0: the read/write web
      • From content consumption to content creation
      • A web of people, not just documents
      • Web as a platform
      • Wisdom of crowds
      • Radical trust
      • Harnessing collective intelligence
      • Rich user experience
      • The long tail
      • Hackability
      • Perpetual beta
        • October 2004 – O’Reilly Media coined the term Web 2.0
    • Social media Picture by Dion Hinchcliffe
    • Architecture of participation Picture by Dion Hinchcliffe
    • Participation = sharing + collaboration
      • Users as co-producers and innovators of content
      • Cognitive reward in user participation
      • Going social = Going where the user is...
      • ...and the user is on the collaborative web ( Technorati , Nielsen , Pew )
      • Social computing applications: blogs, wikis, podcasts, open archives, folksonomy, IM, VR
    • Internet users
      • Use of the internet according to the Pew Report :
        • 86% GenNexters (a.k.a. Millennials and Screenagers)
        • 91% GenXers
        • 73% BabyBoomers
      • “ Chiedi in Biblioteca ” 2007 statistics: 146 users, 84 aged from 13 to 25 (107 aged from 13 to 45)
      • Purpose: social relations, working and... dating ;-)
      • Trendsetter: USA candidates on YouTube, MySpace, Social Netwoks , Second Life and Yahoo Answers
    • Library 2.0
      • September 2005 – Michael Casey ( LibraryCrunch ) coined the term Library 2.0 = web 2.0 concepts and applications in the LIS realm (but there isn’t agreement on the definition)
      • and also…
      • Librarian 2.0 = Librarian + Web 2.0
      • L2 is not just technology, it is an attitude (nevertheless web 2.0 is a significant part of the equation)
    • Library 2.0 meme map
    • Library's blog
      • Conversation between librarians and users
      • Free comments
      • Chat
      • Blogroll
      • Photos
      • Reminders of events
      • Most read posts
      • Badges of information from other sources
    • Blog @lla tua biblioteca
    • Podcast
      • Audioguides
      • Interviews
      • Events recording
      • Library tours
      • Tutorials
      • Teens and kids' stories
    • BRAINcast
    • Collaborative tools
      • Wiki
      • Google Docs&Spreadsheets
      • Calendar
      • MSN Messenger/Skype blackboard
      • Customised search engine
    • Swicki Biblioteca 2.0
    • Online repositories
      • Open source software for gathering resources for librarians and users
      • Social features:
        • rates, comments, recommendations, search alerts, collaborative editing
      • COPPUL Animated Tutorial Sharing Project on DSpace
      • Ohio University BizWiki on MediaWiki
      • LINX on Scout Portal Toolkit
    • LINX @ UNIMIB Recommendations saved searches mail alerts RSS
    • Mash up your information and...
      • Subject-based channels
        • Blogs
        • RSS guides
        • Search alerts (OPACs, databases, e-journals, search engines...)
        • Podcasts
        • Wikis
        • Social tagging
        • Events
    • Create the next thing
    • Social networking
      • Del.icio.us
      • Flickr
      • YouTube
      • ITunes
      • SlideShare
      • Second Life
      • Ning
      • MySpace
      • Create
      • Publish
      • Share
      • Collaborate
      • Connect
      • Re-mix
      • Archive
      • (first, play yourself)
    • Clark County Public Library on MySpace
    • But dont' forget...
      • By disaggregating the information within its system the library can deliver just what is needed to a user, provide connection into mashups, and can live in the space of the user instead of forcing the user to come to the space of the library ( Participatory Networks )
    • The real life (1)
    • The real life (2)
    • The goal and the mission
      • Librarians have the responsibility to
        • Have conversations with users in many ways, on many devices
        • Gather information users need
        • Organize information and data
        • Create, share and remix information in new creative ways
        • Go where the users are (at least online ;-)
    • Questions? Bonaria Biancu -- aka The Geek Librarian Biblioteca di Ateneo -- Università di Milano-Bicocca mail: [email_address] blog: http://bonariabiancu.wordpress.com library web: http://www.biblio.unimib.it