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Web 2.0 presentation focused on showing YA librarians what kids are already doing, and provides ideas for librarians to connect and start conversations with their younger patrons by using emerging ...

Web 2.0 presentation focused on showing YA librarians what kids are already doing, and provides ideas for librarians to connect and start conversations with their younger patrons by using emerging technology tools and services.

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  • Go Go Gadget!?!: Technology, Trends, and Children’s Services David Lee King Digital Branch & Services Manager Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library www.davidleeking.com
  • What is Web 2.0?
  • What is Web 2.0?
  • From Wikipedia: “a … second- generation of Internet-based services — such as social networking sites, wikis, communication tools, and folksonomies — that let people collaborate and share information online in ways previously unavailable.”
  • communication, conversation, participation... Community
  • Web 2.0 Church 2.0 Music 2.0 Law 2.0 Advertising 2.0 Business 2.0 Library 2.0
  • Tagging RSS Readers Commenting RSS Glue of Web 2.0 User- Generated Friending Content Mashups Web as Platform
  • 1. RSS • Does 2 things: • subscribe to other websites that have RSS feeds (aka syndication) • create content in one place, but display it in another place • any content - text, photos, audio, video
  • 2. RSS Feed Readers
  • 3. Tagging, or Folksonomies • Categorizing the web • Choose personal keywords • Browseable and searchable • web 2.0 uses tagging
  • 4. Leaving Comments • Most web 2.0 sites allow commenting • establishes a sense of community • creates two-way communication
  • conversation
  • 5. User-Supplied Content • web 2.0 doesn’t exist without user generated content • most web 2.0 sites feature “my stuff” • text • photos • videos
  • 6. Web as Platform • web-based software • a platform that allows people to interact • email is a good example
  • 7. Mashups • From Wikipedia: “A mashup is a website or web application that seamlessly combines content from more than one source into an integrated experience.” • Usually via an API, RSS feed, or JavaScript
  • 8. Friending • Buddies, friends, contacts, followers • Linking to friends or contacts • sharing content • trusted buddy list
  • now, let’s jump right in • blogs • social networking sites • bookmark managers • wikis • instant messaging • podcasting and videocasting
  • blogs
  • what can you do with blogs?
  • Social Networking Sites
  • What can you do with Social Networking Sites?
  • Bookmark Managers • AKA Social Bookmarking • IE favorites is tied to a single PC • Bookmark managers do the same thing… • … but are accessible via the web! • how it works • add a bookmark, add tags, description, clipping • Others can add comments, ratings • Others can subscribe via RSS • searchable
  • What can you do with Bookmark Managers? • Access your own bookmarks anywhere • Find an expert and subscribe • Search • Share! • actual links • expertise
  • Wiki • What’s a Wiki? • A website that allows anyone to add and edit content • Great for collaborative authoring • Tracks changes so you can revert back to older page if needed • Searchable • Comments can be allowed
  • What can you do with a Wiki?
  • Instant Messaging • AKA IM • Pretty easy – you type, hit enter, they type, hit enter, etc. • Chat history is tracked • Real time communication • PCs, cell phones, PDAs all have IM
  • IM Clients • Individual clients: • AOL AIM • MSN Messenger • Yahoo! Messenger • IRC, ICQ, Jabber, GTalk, GroupWise Messenger, etc. • Multi-Client services: • Trillian, Gaim, Meebo
  • What can you do with IM?
  • Podcasting & Videocasting
  • what can you do with podcasting and video?
  • Why? digital space conversation community participation info literacy customer-centered
  • Thank you! davidleeking.com