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LIBR 500 November 2010

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This workshop was given to SLAIS students in Dr. Stephenson's LIBR500 class on November 9th, 2011.

This workshop was given to SLAIS students in Dr. Stephenson's LIBR500 class on November 9th, 2011.

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  • Take out piece of paper & pen, and…
  • The “2.0” element adds: Distributed network Computer platform Global ‘cloud’ Asynchronous Internet = cloud of data PC = thin client No data storage (backup?) http://bit.ly/7hL56 Connect to ‘cloud’ Collaboration happens ‘out there”
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    • 1.
      • THE WEB IS A PLATFORM ...BUT IS IT FOR LIBRARIANS & ARCHIVISTS?
      • a discussion of the major ’social media’ trends of 2011 with SLAIS students
      Dean Giustini, UBC librarian | [email_address] | LIBR500 November 2011
    • 2.
      • Introduction
      • Important social media trend(s) of the year 1/2 hr
          • Think – Pair – Share exercise
          • Social media trends, tools, key ‘figures’ in 2.0
      • Student Librarian 2.0 1/2 hr
          • Share your use of social media
          • Library 2.0 – should librarians and archivists be ‘2.0’?
      • Social media for information professionals 1/2 hr
          • LIBR 559M, a new online course for SLAIS
      • The Social Web’s future Wrap up
          • Should librarians be social?
          • Why or why not?
      AGENDA Dean Giustini, UBC librarian | [email_address] | LIBR500 November 2011
    • 3. WHAT IS SOCIAL MEDIA? Dean Giustini, UBC librarian | [email_address] | LIBR500 November 2011
      • “… social media is an umbrella term that refers to new social technologies, especially those where multimedia, audio and text are used on the web in combination with interactive, social elements ... the emphasis there is on being social, and using the tools to bring people together online to share things… ”
      • HLWIKI Canada – http:// hlwiki.ca
    • 4.
      • I. THINK
      • What, in your view, is the most important social media trend of the year
      • Write down your thought (2-3 mins.)
      • II. PAIR
      • Turn to your neighbour & share your idea
      • Why is your idea the most important trend? (5-7 mins.)
      • III. SHARE WITH CLASS
      DISCUSSION OF SOCIAL MEDIA Dean Giustini, UBC librarian | [email_address] | LIBR500 November 2011
    • 5.
      • Trends mentioned by SLAIS Students during workshop:
          • The role social media played in the Arab Spring demonstrations “participatory democracy”
          • The role social media played in Stanley Cup riots “crowdsourced policing”
          • The ubiquity of mobile devices & hegemony of the iPhone
          • The tug of war around privacy / openness in organizations and personal use of social media
          • The use of social media to reach disenfranchised
      • Tools / People mentioned by SLAIS Students during workshop:
          • Google 2.0
          • Google+
          • Facebook
          • Twitter
      THIS YEAR’S TOP SOCIAL MEDIA TRENDS? Dean Giustini, UBC librarian | [email_address] | LIBR500 November 2011
    • 6.
      • Emerging Technologies Librarian positions
      • Social media requirements for new jobs
      • Social media policies in libraries
      • Strategic planning
      • Cloud computing services
      SOCIAL MEDIA TRENDS 2011
      • http:// andyburkhardt.com /
      • Andy maintains library’s website
      • Teaches information literacy
      • Trains staff to use emerging technologies
      • Increases visibility & ‘social capital’ of library
      Dean Giustini, UBC librarian | [email_address] | LIBR500 November 2011
    • 7. STUDENT LIBRARIAN 2.0
          • Share your use of social media with your neighbour
          • What tools do you use?
          • What tools are most useful? Why?
          • Which librarian blogs are informative?
          • Should all librarians & archivists be ‘2.0’?
          • Why? Or, why not?
      Dean Giustini, UBC librarian | [email_address] | LIBR500 November 2011
    • 8. ’ ME 2.0’ – BUILDING A DIGITAL IDENTITY
          • Why do I use social media?
            • Changes in use of libraries
            • Changes in use of library collections
            • Changes in information access
            • Biomedicine bibliography
          • What social media do I use? See Dean Giustini , BMB Librarian
            • What has social media done for my career?
            • CARL/ ABRC Survey of Academic Librarians’ Use of Social Media
        • I always wanted to work at the
        • Harvard Library
      "We shape our tools...and then our tools shape us” -- Marshall McLuhan (1965) Dean Giustini, UBC librarian | [email_address] | LIBR500 November 2011
    • 9. SOCIAL MEDIA FOR INFO PROFESSIONALS (3 credit)
          • An online SLAIS course LIBR 559M (offered 3 rd time in Summer 2011)
            • Affordance
            • Participation
            • Collaboration
            • Creation
            • Aggregation
            • Immersion
          • Is social media a requirement in your career?
          • CARL / ABRC 2010 Academic Librarians’ Competencies
      “ Life is not about finding yourself, life is about creating yourself” – George Bernard Shaw Dean Giustini, UBC librarian | [email_address] | LIBR500 November 2011
    • 10. TRENDS ON THE SOCIAL WEB
          • Aggregation
          • Cloud computing
          • Digital reputation
          • Google 2.0
          • Participation
          • Semantic web
      Dean Giustini, UBC librarian | [email_address] | LIBR500 November 2011
    • 11. THE FUTURE: SOCIAL, MOBILE
          • Do librarians need to be social? Tuum est
          • How much of a factor is Google? Facebook, Twitter? Mobile devices?
          • Should librarians be concerned about lack of visibility?
          • Is it important to use social tools on mobiles, ‘in the cloud’?
          • Other closing remarks & thoughts
      Dean Giustini, UBC librarian | [email_address] | LIBR500 November 2011