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Tutorial delivered in the NIFT Institute, New Delhi, India as part of the ICLAM2011 Conference, http://www.nift.ac.in/ICLAM_2011/index.htm ...

Tutorial delivered in the NIFT Institute, New Delhi, India as part of the ICLAM2011 Conference, http://www.nift.ac.in/ICLAM_2011/index.htm

This practical workshop will demonstrate the use of Web 2.0 technology to empower users and librarians.
During a hands-on session, participants will work with these tools.
You will develop a library Toolbar, tailor-made services via personal start page software like Netvibes, making use of RSS-feeds, Widgets and Browser extensions

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    The Browser, the User and the Library (How to to be in between) The Browser, the User and the Library (How to to be in between) Presentation Transcript

    • the BROWSER the USER & the LIBRARY
    • What are we going to do?
      • This practical workshop will demonstrate the use of Web 2.0 technology to empower users and librarians.
      • During a hands-on session, participants will work with these tools.
      • You will develop a library Toolbar, tailor-made services via personal start page software like Netvibes, making use of RSS-feeds, Widgets and Browser extensions
    • Me, My Work and the UMCG
    •  
      • Because everybody is using it ALL DAY!
      WHY the BROWSER?
      • The Browser, the User & the Library
        • Add-ons, Plugins, Toolbars, Sidebars, Apps & widgets, Accelerators
        • http:// www.rug.nl /bibliotheek/locaties/ bibCMB /informatie/toolbox/index
    • What can you do with the browser?
      • Toolbar
      • Sidebar
      • Search Plugin
      • RSS
      • Add-on
      • Plug-in
      • Bookmarklets
      • Accelerators
      • Favorites/Bookmarks
    • Toolbar
      • Demo CMB LibraryToolbar (the IE-version)
      • www.conduit.com Create your Own!
      • Search , Rss, Gadget/Widgets, Menu’s etc
    • Nift LibraryToolbar
    • RSS
      • “ Syndication”
      • Read info everywhere, anytime, always when you need to
      • Automatically
      • Choose yourself
      • Re-use of information, mash-up new services
      • Alerts
      RSS : Really SIMPLE Syndication
    • From Search Box & RSS to “ Universal widgets”
      • Widget: any platform, Eco.netvibes.com
      • + OpenSocial
      • Widgetbox www.widgetbox.com
      • + Embed in website or blog
    • NLM SEARCH WIDGET BLOG WEBSITE iGoogle Netvibes MyYahoo FACEBOOK MySpace Opera Windows Live Apple Dashboard Vista INTRANET http://eco.netvibes.com/widgets/229971/nlm-search-solutions
    • Example html search box from Toolbar
      • <form action=&quot;http://search.platformaonline.com/Search.aspx&quot; method=&quot;get&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;>
      • <p><a href=&quot; http:// eco.netvibes.com / users /9148 &quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;>
      • <img src=&quot; http:// www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov / entrez /query/static/ gifs / iconlrg.gif &quot; alt=&quot; See more medical search widgets &quot; border=&quot;none&quot;/><br></br>
      • See more medical search widgets</a><br></br>
      • <input name=&quot;q&quot; type=&quot;text&quot; size=&quot;20px&quot; maxlength=&quot;40&quot;/>
      • <input name=&quot;ctid&quot; type=&quot;hidden&quot; value=&quot; CT142118 &quot;/>
      • <input type=&quot;hidden&quot; value=&quot; PubMed &quot; name=&quot;Name&quot;/>
      • <input type=&quot;submit&quot; value=&quot;Search&quot;/></p>
      • </form>
      • Links & bold text=change it
      • CT142118 is the ID of the Pubmed toolbar
      • Find your own: Click the About in your Toolbar
    • From RSS & Widgets to personal start pages
      • Netvibes, iGoogle or Protopage or
      • Our Choice: Netvibes http://www.netvibes.com
      • Big extra: Public Page
    • Basic Mindset …
        • (Almost) everything is possible for users á nd libraries
        • The user (customer) decides and chooses which services & resources to use. It is unimportant for him where they come from, the library, free web stuff from publishers or other commercial parties.
        • Everything will keep changing
      • Not : Come and get it here.
      • Yes : Choose yourself, take it with you, into your own environment
      • Share, coolaborate, educate & training & pratice
      • Stay alert & aware of what is possible, and what users are doing, engaging themselves in …
      • “ ToolBox” : Take-Away & Tailor-made”
    • Developments & trends
      • Even more web-based
      • Mobile internet
      • On-going invidivualisation & personalization, but also…
      • (Social) Networks get bigger, better, evolving
    • The order of things … (1)
      • Toolbar (a free tool, and easy)
      • Ok, but I can’t change it?
      • Yes, but I am not allowed to install at my work …
      • Search Box in html
      • RSS (for Intranet)
      • Yes, but how do I manage that all?
      • Eco.netvibes.com (centrale control widgets)
      • Widgetbox.com too
      • Yes, but how to get a nice overview and publish it for all to see?
      • www.netvibes.com (public page CMB)
      • “ If it’s on the Web, You can collect, control and publish it”
      • Ok, sharing and distributing stuff is ok, but what if they want their own?
      • -> Public Pages for Departments, groups topics etc…
      • It’s not about the tool, but the functionality
      • Libraries learn, and then we teach the users
    • The order of things … (2)
      • Social networks (Can & should we offer our services and resources here ? )
      • Linkedin, Facebook, Twitter, Hyves, Second Life
      • Community & interaction
      • Web 2.0 & Content (Delicious ,Slideshare, Blip.tv, Google Apps, ,
      • What is the tool everybody is using, all day?
      • The Browser
      • Toolbar, google toolbar, buttons, search plugins, add-ons, accellerators
      • IE8, Firefox, Chrome
      • Yes, but I also see staff & students walking around with mobile devices..?
      • Mobile (a mobile site, services & resources mobile too?)
      • Unlimited Internet, Mobile browser, iPhone Apps and much more
      • Mekentosh Papers!
      • Refworks
      • www.conduit.com community | helpdesk | library | rss | podcast | all web
      • http://Eco.netvibes.com (widgets maken en beheren)
      • www.widgetbox.com (widgets maken en beheren, WYSIWYG editor)
      • www.netvibes.com / cmb
      • www.netvibes.com/pubmed
      • www.netvibes.com/nlm
      • www.netvibes.com / yourdailymedicine
      • https://medley.isc-seo.upenn.edu/penn_portal/portal.php/217 (netvibes-like portal)
      • Conduit Marketplace
      • http:// www.google.com / ig
      • www.Google.com /toolbar
      • Google Toolbar Button Gallery (Pubmed | CMB Search & News)
      • www.chrome.com | Extensions | Search
      • Digicmb Blog artikel over : How to make library users start a search : 6+ ways to search outside &quot; native interface“
      • Digicmb Blog artikel over: 37 ways To Adjust Your Library Toolbar ( or any Conduit Toolbar)
      “background and more ..” (1)
      • Search in the browser
      • Plugins: http://mycroft.mozdev.org/
      • IE8 | accelerators | add-ons
      • Firefox | Add-ons
      • www.slideshare.net Presentations | Documents | Following | Favorites | Groups | Events  
      • Slideworld.com Medical Slides |   Templates |   ebooks
      • Linkedin UMCG | CMB
      • Facebook CMB | Groups | Pages
      • Twitter (The “Core of Information”)
      • LibraryThing
      • Flickr, YouTube, Delicious
      • Mobile
        • Search & News
        • Reference management
        • Communication
        • Apps, Mekentosh Papers
        • iTunes U (distribute academic content like music, podcasts etc)
        • http:// www.netvibes.com/medlibmob
      • http://go2Web20.net (Search a Web 2.0 tool for functionality)
      “Background & more” (2)
      • PB Wiki
      • WebMynd Sidebars
      • Conduit Apps Marketplace
      • Scribd : Publishing , Sharing Documents
      • Second Life, Education & Simulation
      • Tweetdeck , Search & Control
      • Skysa Website App Bar
      • Apps for Toolbars
      • Netvibes ECOSYSTEM
      • XML Validator
      • Google Gadget Editor
      • Wakoopa , tracks used Software
      • NotePad ++
      • MyCroft OpenSearch Plugins
      • Custom Search Engines (Google)
      • ShareThis
      • TwitterCounter
      • Slideshare
      • FlagCounter
      “Even more tools”
      • Odiogo , Posts into podcast
      • Post Rank
      • Widgetbox , Create & Distribute
      • TwitterFountain
      • WP Cumulus, the 3D Tag Cloud
      • Feedjit , Live Traffic Feed
      • Search for Web 2.0 Tools
      • Free Conduit Toolbar
      • Blogger : NLM Toolbar Blog
      • Del.icio.us
      • CiteUlike
      • Netvibes , the best Startpage
      • FreeMind ( mind mapping )
      • LibraryThing
      • Feedburner : enhanced RSS
      • Getfavicon.org
    • Thank you for your attention!
      • Guus van den Brekel
      • Email: [email_address] / brekelajp@gmail.com
      • Twitter: digicmb
      • Blog: digicmb.blogspot.com
      • Netvibes: www.netvibes.com/digicmb
      • Slideshare: www.slideshare.net/digicmb
      • Facebook: http:// profile.to/guusvandenbrekel /
      • Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/profile?viewProfile =&key=18148582
      • (see for bookmarks: http://delicious.com/digicmb