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  • Matt Hamm Common on flickrReportsJISC Libraries of the Future http://www.jisc.ac.uk/librariesofthefutureCIBER Google Generation http://www.bl.uk/news/pdf/googlegen.pdf
  • CIBER UCL Google GenerationMelcrum Social Media for Internal Communications conference 2010 twitter hashtagsmichttp://www.slideshare.net/channelship/social-media-for-internal-communications-3627264
  • CIBER & UCL information behaviour ofthe researcher of the future11 January 2008
  • http://www.melcrum.com/socialmedia/index.html
  • Delicious social bookmarkingZoteroInforms Intute
  • 2007Best Legal Information Services (Non-Commercial Sector): The Inner Temple LibraryTwitter link
  • Emily Allbon’sLawbore at City UniversityLawbore, Lawbore Professional & Lawbore Future LawyerHere at The City Law School we have created a range of learning portals for our students and the wider profession. Lawbore is the portal of The City Law School and is a great way to find out what it's like to be a law student at City. The portal's key purpose is to help you track down key resources to support you in your study. Lawbore Professional is designed specifically for the needs of our Legal Practice Bar Professional Training Course students as well as the wider profession. New for 2009/10 Lawbore Future Lawyer focuses on the career routes available to law students and offers a unique insight into the careers our alumni have undertaken.
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    • 1. The benefits and practical application of web 2.0 technologies to legal training provision within an academic library
      Daphne Chalk-Birdsall
      http://www.wordle.net/
    • 2. Share the experience of Web 2.0 tools to create the ‘Libraries of the Future’ and counteract ‘disintermediation’ of the Google Generation noted in various reports*
    • 3. Facebook users
      35-55 are largest group
    • 4. The Google Generationthe social networking phenomenon: is it important?
      The numbers who say it is likely or very likely to do so (general public responses in brackets).
      •self-publish creative work: 7% (6%)
      •share ideas with about library services: 10% (7%)
      •share your photos / videos: 7% (6%)
      •participate in online discussion groups: 6% (6%)
      •meet others with similar interests: 6% (7%)
      •describe your own personal collections: 9% (6%)
      •view others’ personal collections: 12% (6%)
    • 5. Experiential learning
      Engagement, sharing and participation
    • 6. Twitter
      Following
      Lawbore
      Inner Temple Heather Brooke
      Shelter
    • 7. Social Web
      Building a Community of Practice
      Am I leader of the pack or a pack follower?
    • 8. The Digital Divide
      Social Media - Face the Fear
      Blogging ‘has the biggest impact’
      Melcrum +CILIP Library & Information Update April 2010
    • 9. Study4Law Information Literacy BlogLondon Metropolitan University
      Daphne’s Law blog
      2007
    • 10. How Do I ?
      WIKI from BIALL
    • 11. Social bookmarking
      Social bookmarking
      delicious for sharing and flagging up articles, reports, websites,videos
    • 12. How to balance old and new skills?Training and CPD incentives
      Library online catalogue
      Books and ebooks
      Google Books, Scholar, Chrome
      Journals
      Databases Westlaw, LexisNexis, Justis, HeinOnline,
      Free sites eg BAILII
      Government sites eg OPSI,SLD
      Print Law Reports
      Print Statutes
      Print Encyclopaedias
      Portals, VLE’s and RLO’s
      Blogs
      Podcasts & video
      Social bookmarking Del.icio.us
      Twitter
      Facebook MySpace
      Slideshare,
      Flickr
      YouTube
    • 13. Inner Temple Library Tour using FLICKR
      Twitter link
    • 14. Portal
      City University
      Emily Allbon’sLawbore
    • 15. Video is most popular social media according to Melcrum’s blog
      LawBore’sLearnMore
      Mooting video
      and
      introduction to
      legal abbreviations
    • 16. Evidence that Web 2.0 tools are very useful for legal training
      Case For
      sharing knowledge
      ‘just in time’ access
      building networks of collaboration
      establishing a reputation
      validating research + create links
      setting a trend
      following a trend
      Publishing ideas
      Testing opinion
      Across time zones 24/7 access
      Case Against
      Social web tools how are they sanctioned by the organisation?
      fears of visibility/security risk
      Cultural discomfort with self-promotion
      Politics/layers of acceptance/usefulness/ROI
      time-eaters/patience testers/family quality time intruders (mobile phones, iPhone apps. + gesture technology egWii in particular)
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