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    • 1. Web 2.0: Redefining Your Library Beaver Regional Group April 19, 2007 Presented by Beth Shenefiel
    • 2. Why Web 2.0
      • “…libraries evolve as our users' information culture evolves…” *
      • We’re the information experts!
      • Collaboration
      • Advocacy/Marketing (Branding)
      * April 12, 2007 blog posting by Laura Cohen, from her blog, Library 2.0, an Academic’s perspective. [http://liblogs.albany.edu/library20/]
    • 3. Where We’ve Been
      • OPACs and Databases
      • Library Webpages
      • Library Automation
      • E-mail/Chat
      • Search Engines
    • 4. What is Web 2.0
      • Phrase coined by O’Reilly Media in 2004
      • “ refers to a perceived second generation of web-based services—such as social networking sites, wikis, communication tools, and folksonomies—that emphasize online collaboration and sharing among users” *
      • AKA the “read/write web”
      • * &quot;Web 2.0.&quot; Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia . 18 Mar 2007, 09:03 UTC. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. 18 Mar 2007 < http:// en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title =Web_2.0&oldid=115980154 >.
    • 5. What is Web 2.0
      • Web 2.0 is Us/ ing Us
      • Web 2.0 technologies are transforming the way people use the Internet.
      • Our patrons are no longer just reading the Web, they are creating, contributing, and collaborating.
    • 6. Web 2.0: Talk the Talk
      • RSS Feeds
      • Blogs
      • Podcasts
      • Wikis
      • Flickr
      • YouTube
      • Gaming
      • del.icio.us
      • Folksonomy
      • Tags
      • Creative Commons
      • Social Networking
    • 7. Getting Started
      • Most Web 2.0 technologies are free, but require registration
      • E-mail
      • Username/ Password
    • 8. Blogs
      • Short for weblog
      • An online journal with entries posted in reverse chronological order (newer entries first)
      • Readers can post comments to respond to the blogger’s entry
      • A new blog is created every second!*
      * “Tech Tools for learning,” Access Learning. Jan. 2006. www.ciconline.org/accesslearning (April 8, 2007.)
    • 9. Blogs: Talk the Talk
      • Vlog
        • a video blog
      • Blurker
        • a person who reads a blog regularly, but does not post comments.
      • Blogosphere
        • a term that encompasses all blogs as a community or social network. 1
      • 1. &quot;Blogosphere.&quot; Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia . 14 Apr 2007, 21:06 UTC. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. 15 Apr 2007 < http:// en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title = Blogosphere&oldid =122834054 >.
    • 10. Library Blogs
      • AASL Weblog
      • ALA Tech Source
      • Hey Jude
      • The Shifted Librarian
      • Library Grants
      • Library Weblogs - Includes links to library blogs around the world
    • 11. Podcasting
      • A podcast is a similar to a radio or television broadcast.
      • Available through the internet
      • Sound or video
      • Portable
      • Subscribe or Stream
      • Podcasting involves creating content, producing the podcast, and then making the podcast available to an audience. 
    • 12. Podcasting in the Library
      • Dowling College Library Podcasts
      • Fairfield University
      • Sunnyvale Public Library
      • Isenglass Award- Hopkinton HS
      • VBB Booktalks -to-Go
    • 13. Wikis
      • From the Hawaiian word “wiki” which means “quick.”
      • Build/edit a website with no programming or HTML.
      • Anyone can edit the content and edits are instantly visible. Many authors determine the structure and content.
      • Can include internal and external hyperlinks, sound, movies and graphics.
      • Asynchronous communication and community collaboration.
      • Must be monitored
    • 14. Wikis: Article
    • 15. Wikis: Discussion
    • 16. Wikis: Edit (really…you’re allowed…)
    • 17. Editing Wikis
      • Review policy and conventions
      • Start editing
      • Type your changes
      • Summarize your changes
      • Preview before saving
      • Save changes
      • From “Help:Editing,” Wikimedia Meta Wiki. 2007. [http://meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Help:Editing&action=history]
    • 18. Wikis: History
    • 19. Library Wikis
      • Wikipedia
      • AASL Learning Standards wiki
      • Library Success Wiki
      • Beaver Regional Group Wiki
    • 20. Aggregators
      • “ An aggregator or news aggregator or feed reader is a client software that uses web feed to retrieve syndicated web content such as blogs, podcasts, vlogs, and mainstream mass media websites...” 1
      • 1 &quot;Aggregator.&quot; Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia . 14 Apr 2007, 18:45 UTC. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. 15 Apr 2007 < http:// en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title = Aggregator&oldid =122803179 >.
    • 21. Aggregators
      • Bloglines - “Online service for searching, subscribing, creating and sharing news feeds, blogs and rich web content.”
      • Google Reader- Free to use with a Gmail account.
    • 22. RSS Feeds
      • RSS stands for Rich Site Summary or Real Simple Syndication
      • Readers &quot;subscribe&quot; to the content using so they don’t have to visit the site itself to get the information they want.
      • To view the information you use an “aggregator.” The aggregator checks the sites you subscribe to, and it sends the new content to a folder so that you can read it when you want.
    • 23. Subscribing to an RSS Feed: 1. Choose the feed Click on the RSS button
    • 24. Subscribing to an RSS Feed: 2. Copy the URL Copy this URL Ignore all this!
    • 25. Subscribing to a Feed: 3. Open your Aggregator Click “Add”
    • 26. Subscribing to an RSS Feed 4. Paste URL Paste the URL and Click “Subscribe”
    • 27. Subscribing to an RSS Feed: 5. Choose options and subscribe Click “Subscribe”
    • 28. Folksonomy and Tags
      • Folksonomy-
        • a user generated taxonomy used to categorize and retrieve Web pages, photographs, Web links and other web content using open ended labels called tags.
      • Tags-
        • a (relevant) keyword or term associated with or assigned to a piece of information (like picture, article, or video clip), thus describing the item and enabling keyword-based classification of information it is applied to.
    • 29. Tagging
      • Users to create subject headings
      • Makes lateral searching easier.
      • Users can follow both standardized and user-tagged subjects; whichever makes most sense to them.
    • 30. Tags
    • 31. Tags
    • 32. del.icio.us
      • Social Bookmarking
        • Store your bookmarks online
        • Use tags to organize your bookmarks
        • View the book marks of others
      • A collection of favorite sites
      • Accessible from any computer with internet access
      • No folders
    • 33. Social Networking
      • Websites created for the purpose of interacting with others
        • MySpace
        • Facebook
      • Professional networking?
        • LibraryThing.com
        • Revish.com
    • 34. MySpace and Libraries
      • AnnArbor District Library
      • Hennepin County Library
      • Denver Public Library
      • YALSA
    • 35. MySpace and Authors
      • Rachel Cohn
      • Julie Anne Peters
      • Meg Cabot
      • K. L. Going
    • 36. Creative Commons Want to Share?
    • 37. Creative Commons Licenses
      • Attribution
      • Non commercial
      • No Derivative works
      • Share Alike
    • 38. Web 2.0: Safety and Privacy
      • Does What Happens In Facebook Stay in Facebook
      • Cyberbullying
    • 39. Redefining the Library or Library 2.0
      • It is user-centered.
      • It provides a multi-media experience.
      • It is socially rich .
      • It is communally innovative.
    • 40. Ann Arbor District Library “ Incorporating such tools as blogs and RSS feeds, AADL's Web portal also recently garnered accolades from the Library Administration and Management Association ( LAMA ) in its 2006 Best of Show competition .”
    • 41. Moving toward Library 2.0
      • Email reference/Q&A pages
      • Text-based tutorials
      • Email mailing lists, webmasters
      • Controlled classification schemes
      • OPAC
      • Catalog of largely reliable print and electronic holdings
      • Chat reference
      • Streaming media tutorials with interactive databases
      • Blogs, wikis, RSS feeds
      • Tagging coupled with controlled schemes
      • Personalized social network interface
      • Catalog of reliable and suspect holdings, web-pages, blogs, wikis, etc.
    • 42. 23 Things
      • This activity was created by the Public Library of Charlotte & Mecklenburg County
      • Learning 2.0 Blog includes 23 things that you can do on the web to explore and expand your knowledge of the Internet and Web 2.0.
      • Library staff were encouraged to complete all 23 items in order to receive a free USB/MP3 player.
    • 43. Next Steps
      • Are you sold?
      • Are you curious?
      • Challenge:
        • Join Wikispaces and contribute to the Beaver Regional Group wiki
        • Subscribe to a blog
        • Complete the 23 things
        • Revisit these topics and learn something new!
    • 44. Questions/Final Thoughts
      • Remember…. Web 2.0 is about:
      • Convenience
      • Communication
      • Collaboration