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Transfer of knowledge VIII: Providing and managing evidence based health information, June 16-18, 2009
Continuing education courses and workshop for medical librarians in St. Petersburg
Karen Buset, Research Librarian, Medical Library,UBiT, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
Guus van den Brekel, Medical Information Specialist, Central Medical Library, University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG)
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    • Web technologies for libraries, St. Petersburg 2009 Karen Buset, Research Librarian, Medical Library ,UBiT, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) Guus van den Brekel, Medical Information Specialist, Central Medical Library, University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG) Transfer of knowledge VIII: Providing and managing evidence based health information, June 16-18, 2009 Continuing education courses and workshop for medical librarians in St. Petersburg
    • Programm 09:00 - 10:00 Introduction on Web 2.0 10:00 - 10:15 break 10:15 - 11:15 Hands-on session 1: Blogs & RSS & Medical RSS 11:15 - 11:30 break 11:30 - 12:45 Hands-on session 2: Personal Startpages & Social Networks & Toolbar 12:45 - 13:00 Summary
    • Introduction to Web 2.0
      • What is Web 2.0 & Library 2.0?
    • It is all about ..
      • People
      • Communication
      • Interaction
      • Sharing
      • Connection
      • Discovering
      • Creating
      • But most of all, about
      • People
    •  
    • Examples of Web 2.0
      • Flickr
      • YouTube
      • Slideshare
      • Amazon
      • See Top100 Web 2.0 Apps 2008 http:// www.webware.com/html/ww/100/2008/winners.html
      • Everybody connected & in contact with eachother & everything
      • Online collaboration
      • Seeing & Sharing
      • The User chooses & creates his own content and format
      Web 2.0
    •  
    • Web 2.0 for Libraries…
      • User-centricity
      • Technology-savy environment
      • Reaching of the patrons long-tail
      • Content for more than one device
      • Component based software, not monolithic ILS
      • Constant change
      • Use of web 2.0 apps and services
      • Open standards
    •  
    • Visibility
    • Findability
    • Searchability
    • Accessibility
    • Flexibility
    • Examples of Library 2.0
      • Peace Palace Library, The Hague http://ppl.nl
      • http://www.lib.umich.edu/hsl/beta/
    • Web 2.0 & Dependency?
      • Always keep in mind to look and develop “applied use” in your organization and library community
      • For individuals, groups, communities, networks and overall
      • Embed and integrate in workflow
      • Dependency of software
      • Open standards
    • Power to the Users (and Librarians…)
      • Web 2.0 technologies offer everybody the power and tools to create and mash-up information to their needs
      • Opportunities practically INVITE users to engage
      • They are doing it. We should join them!
    • 23 Things
      • 23 Things is an online learning program for web 2.0 about emerging technologies on the web, that is: New (or newish) web tools
      • The original Learning 2.0 site was created to support PLCMC's Learning 2.0 program ( Public Library of Charlotte & Mecklenburg County)
      • The design of the online program was completely built on Web 2.0 technologies that are freely available on the Internet: Blogger, Flickr, YouTube
      • Libraries everywhere create their own 23 things
    • Web 2.0 tools
      • Blog
      • RSS
      • Personal start page
      • Social Networks
      • Twitter
      • Toolbars
      • Social bookmarking
      • Photos - Discover Flickr
      • Video – YouTube
      • LibraryThing
      • Instant messaging
    • Blog
      • A frequent, chronological, and personalized publication of web content
      • Advantage of blogs
        • No need to know html coding
        • No need to find server space
        • Usually free
        • Allow interactivity and sharing
      • Disadvantage of blogs
        • Too many – hard to select ;-)
        • Takes time to read
    • Searching blogs
      • Technorati http://technorati.com /
        • Technorati is an Internet search engine for searching blogs, Indexes over 112 million weblogs
      http://blogsearch.google.com /
    • Blogs for Medical Libraries & Librarians Overview of Medical Lib Blogs David Rothman: http://davidrothman.net Krafty: http://kraftylibrarian.com Patricia F. Anderson: http://mblog.lib.umich.edu/etechlib
    • Medical library of Latvia: http://lmbib.blogspot.com /
    • RSS
      • RSS = “Really Simple Syndication”
      • is an XML file format for delivering content on the web
      • Subscribe to RSS feed and wait for fresh content to come to you!
      • Read info anywhere, always, at all times
      • Re-Use of Information & new services
      • Alerts
    • Find the RSS-feeds?
      • Blogs
        • RSS feeds let readers know when a blog has been updated
      • Newspapers and journals
        • New articles and research are published, and users are alerted via the feed.
      • Press releases and announcements
        • News from your organization, conferencec /
      • Current awareness
        • News and article updates from databases and journals
        • PubMed searches
    • Reading RSS
      • Desktop
        • Applications that requires installation on a computer.
      • Web-based
        • Online aggregators
        • Create account to access
      • Bloglines and Google Reader
      • Browser- and email client-based browsers
        • subscribe to and read RSS feeds right in the browser
        • Firefox and Internet Explorer 7
      • Mobile?
    • Use for or by Medical Libraries TicTOCS: http://www.tictocs.ac.uk FeedNavigator: http://www.terkko.helsinki.fi/feednavigator RSS4medics: http://rss4medics.com MedWorm: http://medworm.com
    • Personal start page
      • By using a personal start page you can collect and maintain all information that is important for you on your own page
      • Examples of content:
        • Email
        • news from journals and blogs
        • alerts
        • feeds from database searches
      • Providers
        • Netvibes, iGoogle, Pagesflakes
    • Personal Start pages: Netvibes
        • Step by step create your Netvibes account and practice http://www.netvibes.com
        • Demo: http://www.slideshare.net/wondersteen/introduction-netvibes-presentation
        • Tour: http://ginger.netvibes.com/overview.php
        • Public page/Universe http:// www.netvibes.com/nbamhi
        • Alternative: iGoogle, Pageflakes, Protopage:
        • http://iGoogle.com
    • From Personal Start Page to Published “Universe”
        • Online Published Selection: “Universe”
        • Sharing, collaboration, cooperation, education & training
        • Creaye a Library “Toolbox”: “Take-Away & Tailor-made”
        • www.netvibes.com/cmb
        • www.netvibes.com/scharr
    • Social networks
      • ” a social utility that connects you with the people around you”
      • VKontakte
        • most used network in Russia
      • Facebook
        • most popular with college and university students
      • LinkedIn
        • business-oriented social networking site, mainly used for and by professionals
      • Ning
        • Private social network
    •  
    • Toolbars
      • Browser Add-ons or plugins can be very useful to make the library, it’s resources and services more
        • Visible, Accessible,Searchable and Findable
      • A personal toolbar:
        • http:// toolbar.google.com /
        • www.conduit.com or
        • http://libx.org/
        • Demo Russian Medlibs Toolbar
          • http://russianmedlibs.ourtoolbar.com
        • Make your own Toolbar (with Conduit)
          • Add Search toevoegen
          • Add Rss toevoegen
          • Add Gadgets
      Create Library Toolbar
    • Social bookmarking
      • Tagging is an open and informal method of categorizing that allows users to associate keywords with online content
      • Internet users can store, organize, search, and manage bookmarks of web pages on the Internet with the help of metadata.
      • Examples:
        • Del.icio.us : http:// delicious.com
        • LibraryThing : http:// www.librarything.com/
    • Photos and Videos
      • Photo sharing on the web
        • social network for sharing photos
        • Flickr
        • use keyword tags
      • Upload and share videos on the web
        • YouTube
        • social network for sharing videos
        • upload your own video content
        • embed clips into your own sites
    • Instant messaging (IM)
      • Instant messaging provides users the ability to communicate quickly in real time.
      • One of the advantages of using IM instead of email is that you know if the person you want to talk with is available.
      • To use IM you must have an account
        • Google Talk
        • MSN
    • Use Web 2.0!
      • Use your blog as a diary, write about your discoveries and experiences with web 2.0-tools
      • Subscribe to RSS from each others blogs, to share knowledge
      • Use social networks like VKontakte and Ning to keep in touch
      • We must be familiar with the new technologies so that we can offer our users a better library
    • Mindset for Librarian & libraries 1/2
      • “ Everything will keep changing”
      • “ Anything can happen”
      • User chooses and creates
      • It’s no threat, but an additional, supplementary
      • If the user can do it himself, the library should have done it before, as a service
    • Mindset for Librarian & libraries 2/2
      • Explore, Play and Teach Yourself
      • But also Teach Your Staff and Users: WEB-LITERACY
      • Play a Leading Role within your Organization as Experts in Web-Literacy
    • Workshop
    • Links Karen Buset, Research Librarian, Medical Library,UBiT, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) Guus van den Brekel, Medical Information Specialist, Central Medical Library, University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG) Transfer of knowledge VIII: Providing and managing evidence based health information, June 16-18, 2009 Continuing education courses and workshop for medical librarians in St. Petersburg
      • Workshop Public Netvibes Page :
      • http://www.netvibes.com/nbamhi#Web_Technologies_for_Libraries
      • Workshop Blog: http:// web20spb.blogspot.com /
      • Toolbar RussianMedlibs : Toolbar RussianMedlibs
      • Ning St. Petersburg Workshop : http:// lib-spb2009.ning.com /