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  • Learning 2.0 @ MCL Kathryn Greenhill http://librariansmatter.com
  • Outline
    • Features of Library 2.0
    • Libraries have the power to…
    • Library users have the power to…
    • The MCL Learning 2.0 Program
    • Questions to ask about new web tools
  • Features of Library 2.0
    • 24 / 7
  • Read / write web
  • Social
  • Hive Mind
  • Mashups
  • Perpetual beta
  • Web as platform
  • Library 2.0 changes the balance of power in our libraries
  •  
  • Get out of our buildings
  • Be in our users’ space
  • Communicate in new ways
  • Share information quickly
  • Speak in our own voices
  • Risk
  • Collaborate
  • Match the tool to the user
  •  
  • Create the library
  • Bypass us
  • To laugh at us if we get defensive
    • 2.0 Patrons Want: Uploaded to Flickr on September 12, 2007 by libraryman
  • Learning 2.0
  • Learning 2.0
    • Weekly exercises
    • Exposure not mastery
    • Write & reflect on blog
    • How will this help library patrons?
    What risk is associated with this? Am I ready for it? Could we implement this in beta without it being perfect?
    • Collaborate ?
    • Hear us speak with a human voice?
    • Get our resources more easily than other ones online?
    • Create the library ?
    Does this help my users to:
  • Does it help me to go where the users are? Does this change the power balance between libraries and our users ?
    • Time
    • Money
    • Skills
    • Lost opportunity
    What is the cost?
  • What are the consequences if we don’t try this ? What are the consequences if we try this?
  • Credits Questions Uploaded on December 11, 2006 by oberazzi (Tim O'Brien) Slideshow by Kathryn Greenhill Murdoch University Library Slides at: LibrariansMatter.com Downloaded from: Slideshare Modified by Abigail Elder