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  • 1. WEB 2.0: PHOTO SHARING Taught by Stefanie Gorzelsky
  • 2. Characteristics of Web 2.0
    • Rich user interface
      • Adapts to user to achieve his or her goal
      • Looks and feels like a desktop application
    • Web as a platform
      • Web is a place to do things
    • Users create value
      • Sites are useful because of the materials that you put there
    Zimmerman, Stephanie. “Web 2.0? Wow!” http://socialwebhandson.wik.is/
  • 3. Characteristics of Web 2.0
  • 4. Photo Sharing
    • Upload and share photos and images
    • Online community
    • Bloggers and other sites can use as photo repository
    • Allows photos to be tagged and browsed
    • Web aps can work with your photo sharing site
  • 5. Photo Sharing Sites
  • 6. Flickr
  • 7. Libraries that Flickr
    • To find libraries, just click on the Groups tab, and type “library” or a derivation in the search bar.
      • University of Georgia Libraries
      • Utah State Library
      • New Jersey Libraries
      • State Library of Victoria (Australia)
      • Manchester Central Library (UK)
      • Etc…
  • 8. Library Groups on Flickr
    • Libraries and Librarians
      • http://www.flickr.com/groups/librariesandlibrarians/
    • Library Society of the World
      • http://www.flickr.com/groups/lsw/
    • Librarian Trading Cards
      • http://www.flickr.com/groups/librariancards/
    • 365 Library Days Project
      • http://www.flickr.com/groups/365libs/
  • 9. Flickr in Libraries
    • Allow Flickr access on library computers
    • Tag! Note! Comment!
    • Create a useful profile in Flickr for your library
      • Contact info, mission, vision, URL
    • Join/start groups, interact with other users
    • Tell Stories!
    • Flickr makes the library human
      • “ Library Trading Cards,” library tours, events, etc.
  • 10. Open a Flickr Account
    • Flickr is a Yahoo application, so you must first have a Yahoo account
    • Go to http://www.flickr.com/
      • Click on the logo:
      • You will be able to sign in from here once you already have an account.
  • 11. Open a Flickr Account
    • Sign in with your Yahoo
    • username and password
      • If you do not yet have one,
      • click on the link at the bottom
      • to start one
  • 12. Open a Flickr Account
    • Create a buddy icon
    • Create your Flickr URL
    • Update your profile
      • All of these can be skipped, to go back to later!!
      • You are ready to begin!