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Implementing Web 2.0 tools in library instruction.

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    • Library Instruction 2.0: Tips and Tools Bridget Schumacher University at Buffalo Libraries October 13, 2008
    • Tonight’s agenda: 1. Introduction 2. Defining Web 2.0 3. Locate and Share Content 4. Organize and Share Content 5. Bring Content to You 6. Class Activity
    • Introduction
    • Defining Web 2.0
    • What is Web 2.0? • Web-based tools • Collaboration • Sharing • Conversation • Builds community
    • Share and Locate Content
    • What is a blog? • Regularly updated web site • Posts appear in reverse chronological order • Contain links, videos, images, text, etc. • (Can be) a tool for conversation
    • Why blog? • Strengthen your identity • Promote yourself, company, or services • Share information • Network and build relationships
    • Source: Technorati State of the Blogosphere / 2008
    • Types of Bloggers Source: Technorati State of the Blogosphere / 2008
    • Some other things that you may encounter… • Trackbacks – see who is linking to your blog • Blogroll – list of blogs you read • Comments – form conversations, network, etc.
    • My blog
    • Why do I blog? • Brainstorming • Networking • Sharing resources and ideas
    • Network and brainstorm!
    • Locating Blogs of Interest • Blog Directories – Blog Catalog – Blogarama – Internet Public Library: Blogs • Blog Search Engines – Technorati – BlogDigger – Google Blog Search
    • Organize and Share Content
    • Wikis • Web-based tools • Collaborative • Easy to use • CommonCraft, Wikis in Plain English
    • i.e.: Resource Guide http://lis505.wikispaces.com
    • Google Docs • Create documents, spreadsheets, and presentations • Share & collaborate online • Store and organize files
    • Google Docs, edit mode
    • i.e.: Research Guide
    • Social Bookmarking Store, share, manage, and organize your bookmarks online!
    • i.e.: delicious http://delicious.com
    • What is RSS? • Technology used to share content • Stands for: – Really Simple Syndication – Rich Site Summary
    • Aggregators or Readers • Web-based and desktop tools • Used to read RSS feeds • Display new content from web sites • Also called: – Feed reader – News reader – RSS reader
    • i.e.: Google Reader http://reader.google.com
    • Google Alerts “Google Alerts are email updates of the latest relevant Google results (web, news, etc.) based on your choice of query or topic.” - Google
    • Google Alerts http://www.google.com/alerts
    • Flickr in the Classroom http://flickr.com and http://www.zoo-m.com/flickr-storm/
    • Class Activity 1. Form a group of 5 classmates 2. Discuss and complete worksheet 3. Choose one group representative 4. Reconvene and share with class
    • Questions or Comments? Bridget Schumacher bss4@buffalo.edu