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Fiction book map presentation
Fiction book map presentation
Fiction book map presentation
Fiction book map presentation
Fiction book map presentation
Fiction book map presentation
Fiction book map presentation
Fiction book map presentation
Fiction book map presentation
Fiction book map presentation
Fiction book map presentation
Fiction book map presentation
Fiction book map presentation
Fiction book map presentation
Fiction book map presentation
Fiction book map presentation
Fiction book map presentation
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Fiction book map presentation

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Presentation for Liver and Mash libraries mashup event, held in Liverpool (May 2010)

Presentation for Liver and Mash libraries mashup event, held in Liverpool (May 2010)

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  • 1. Surrey Fiction Book Map
    Gary Green - Technical Librarian
    (Surrey Library Service)
  • 2. Celebrating Surrey
    Outdoor festival celebrating the best of music, art, community, performance, food and drink in Surrey.
    http://bit.ly/c8IFXR
  • 3. Fiction Book Map
    Celebrating works of fiction set in Surrey.
  • 4. Why do anything?
    Library Service supports festival.
    Show other library teams what can be done easily.
    Opportunity to experiment.
    Image attribute – ‘duncan’ (Flickr)
  • 5. Why a book map?
    Creative.
    Visual.
    More fun than plain text.
    Combine resources from different places.
    Image attribution ‘I like’ (Flickr)
  • 6. What does it do?
    Bring together set of books.
    Links to resources.
    Gives details of books.
    How book relates to Surrey.
    Image attribution ‘Maxwell Hamilton’ (Flickr)
  • 7. Which books?
    Works of fiction set in Surrey.
    Copies on our catalogue.
  • 8. Who helped?
    Virtual Content Team
    Other Surrey Library Service teams
    Surrey History Centre
    Tweeters
    Librarything
    Project Gutenberg
    Image attribution ‘chris_horn13’ (Flickr)
  • 9. How did we make it?
    Google My Maps.
    Manually added markers.
    Book covers as markers.
  • 10. Book catalogue in a map
    Click on marker for more details.
    Larger book cover.
    Why it’s relevant to Surrey.
  • 11. Link back to Surrey catalogue
  • 12. Links to videos
  • 13. Where can I find it now?
    http://maps.google.com/maps/mm?ie=UTF8&hl=en&msa=0&msid=111255354966596184710.00048275d760797e5ff9a&ll=51.250742,-0.484772&spn=0.341243,0.883026&z=10
  • 14. Or if you can’t write that quickly...
    http://bit.ly/9ZcQN5 (Google maps)
    http://ggtestspace.weebly.com/fiction-book-map.html (a basic test site)
  • 15. Where’s it going to go?
    Embed in anywhere.me? (personalised start page for libraries)
    Link from Surrey Libraries website pages.
    Image attribution ‘A P Hall’ (Flickr)
  • 16. Developments?
    Add more books/details.
    Improve presentation.
    Link to Amazon.
    Link to Worldcat.
    Automatic population?
    Image attribution ‘Paul Hudson’ (Flickr)
  • 17. Thank you
    Gary Green (Surrey Libraries)

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