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    • Strategies to integrate new Library 2.0
    • concepts and related technologies into LIS education and practice
    José Angel Martínez Usero Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain Isabel Sousa Biblioteca Municipal de Espinho, Portugal José Angel Martínez Usero Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain Isabel Sousa Biblioteca Municipal de Espinho, Portugal Librarian@2010, Lisbon 19th September, 2007
  • 3. What is Library 2.0?
    • Library 2.0' is a term that provides focus to a number of ongoing conversations around the changing ways that libraries should make themselves and their services visible to end users and to one another.
    • Library 2.0 is a new notion of using the best technology available, including all of the Web 2.0 tools, to improve library services and to reach out more directly to our communities
    Librarian@2010, Lisbon 19th September, 2007
  • 4. What is Web 2.0?
    • a perceived second generation of web-based communities and hosted services, such as social-networking sites, wikis and folksonomies, which aim to facilitate collaboration and sharing between users.
    Librarian@2010, Lisbon 19th September, 2007
  • 5. Conceptual map of Web 2.0 Librarian@2010, Lisbon 19th September, 2007
  • 6. The Web 2.0 Tree Librarian@2010, Lisbon 19th September, 2007
  • 7. Main elements of Lib 2.0
    • It is user-centered . Users participate in the creation of the content and services they view within the library's web-presence, OPAC, etc. The consumption and creation of content is dynamic, and thus the roles of librarian and user are not always clear.
    • It provides a multi-media experience . Services contain video and audio components.
    • It is socially rich . The library's web-presence includes users' presences. There are both synchronous and asynchronous ways for users to communicate with one another and with librarians.
    • It is communally innovative . It rests on the foundation of libraries as a community service that must allow users to change the library.
    • It is efficient . It seeks to continually change its services, to find new ways to allow communities, not just individuals to seek, find, and utilize information.
    Librarian@2010, Lisbon 19th September, 2007
  • 8. New ways of Lib 2.0 thinking
    • Library 2.0 is about more than the technology.
      • It is more a kind of attitude.
      • It challenges our current ways of offering our information services to our users.
      • It is smart, use users knowledge to deliver new enriched services
      • It is focused on the user, so, user-centred design is essential
    Librarian@2010, Lisbon 19th September, 2007
  • 9. A new technological change?
    • Librarians have always used the latest technological tools. 
      • Fifteen years ago it was Internet. 
      • Twenty-five years ago it was databases distributed on CD-ROM. 
      • Thirty years ago it was 2nd generation information library systems (ILSs). 
      • Thirty-five years ago it was online bibliographic databases,
      • … .and so on.
    Librarian@2010, Lisbon 19th September, 2007
  • 10. Actually, a new trend
    • It is a new trend in order to deliver services based on common knowledge, information sharing and user participation.
    • Libraries 2.0 are those that assume new technological channels and tools to enrich information services with final user’s knowledge.
    • The power of these tools is that they make possible to provide services to people without forcing them to come to the library.
    Librarian@2010, Lisbon 19th September, 2007
  • 11. In the LIS scientific and professional context
    • New concepts: “an attitude not a technology”, “the Long Tail”, “the right to remix”, “rich user experience”, and “trust your users”
    • New technologies: flickr,, tagging, folksonomy, google maps, AJAX, pagerank, blogs, rss, wikis, P2P, mashups
    Librarian@2010, Lisbon 19th September, 2007
  • 12. Professional – Academic links
    • Librarians need to gain technological knowledge on new technologies and best practices of delivering web 2.0 services.
    • Academics and scientists need to obtain guidelines to integrate web 2.0 technologies into LIS scientific research.
    • LIS students need to obtain high quality training in the technological field and adapt it to the new professional market
    Librarian@2010, Lisbon 19th September, 2007
  • 13. Analisys of European policy documents
      • Euroguide LIS. Vol. 1. Competencies and aptitudes for European information professionals. 2004.
      • European Curriculum Reflections on Library and Information Science Education. The Royal School of Library and Information Science. Denmark,
      • CALIMERA Guidelines
    Librarian@2010, Lisbon 19th September, 2007
  • 14. 10 Main IT competences of LIS professionals Librarian@2010, Lisbon 19th September, 2007 Competences Traditional examples Lib 2.0 examples Knowledge of concepts CD-ROM, Network, ISDN, DSL RSS, Atom, Ajax, Tagging Design of information systems Library MS, Parsers, Macros Wiki, Blog, Google Lab Development of applications DataBases, CMS, HTML Google Maps, RSS, Tagging Programming SQL, Java, Javascript, CGI, ASP XML, Ajax, Mashups Publishing and editing CD-ROM, printed documents, PDF Electronic publications (e-prints), Multimedia publications, Syndication Web site development HTML, CSS Blog development, Mashups, Social tagging Usage of internet services Search engines, catalogs, agents Content creation and syndication: blogs, wikis, feeds readers, alerts, tagging, publication of contents, etc. Management of internet services Web, ftp Specific services: youtube, flickr, … Development of products Intranet, CD-ROM, printed journal Google maps, specific search engine with tagging, e-print Data processing Manage e-mail service, compression of files, design of input forms, usage of operating systems. Manage a blog or wiki, Publication of multimedia content, design of system of knowledge interchange, usage of new web 2.0 applications.
  • 15. From Lib 1.0 to Lib 2.0
      • Email reference/Q&A pages ---> Chat reference
      • Text-based tutorials ---> Streaming media tutorials with interactive databases
      • Email mailing lists, webmasters ---> Blogs, wikis, RSS feeds
      • Controlled classification schemes ---> Tagging coupled with controlled schemes
      • OPAC ---> Personalized social network interface
      • Catalog of largely reliable print and electronic holdings ---> Catalog of reliable and suspect holdings, web-pages, blogs, wikis, etc .
    Librarian@2010, Lisbon 19th September, 2007
  • 16. Examples of good practice
      • Content production: blogs and wikis
      • Social networks: myspace, facebook, delicious, flickr, etc.
      • Tagging
      • Content syndication (rss feed)
      • Mashup
    Librarian@2010, Lisbon 19th September, 2007
  • 17. Content creation (1)
    • Blogs are new forms of library publication
    Librarian@2010, Lisbon 19th September, 2007
  • 18. Content creation (2)
    • Wikis are new forms of group study rooms.
    Librarian@2010, Lisbon 19th September, 2007
  • 19. Social networks
    • Users can
    • create accounts with the library network,
    • see what other users have in common to their information needs,
    • recommend resources to one another,
    • and the Library can
    • recommend resources to users, based on similar profiles, demographics, previously-accessed sources, and a host of data that users provide.
    Librarian@2010, Lisbon 19th September, 2007
  • 20. Tagging
    • Users can create subject headings for the object at hand
    Librarian@2010, Lisbon 19th September, 2007
  • 21. Content syndication
    • Users can subscribe to contents, including updates on new items in a collection, new services, and new content in subscription databases.
    • Libraries can create library alerts and republish external information on their sites.
    Librarian@2010, Lisbon 19th September, 2007
  • 22. Mashups
    • They are hybrid applications, where two or more technologies or services are conflated into a completely new, novel service.
    • For example: an OPAC for children where they can add comments
    Librarian@2010, Lisbon 19th September, 2007
  • 23. Library 2.0 as a Mashup
      • It is a hybrid of blogs, wikis, streaming media, content aggregators, instant messaging, and social networks.
      • It allows the user to edit OPAC data and metadata,
      • It saves the user's tags, IM conversations with librarians, wiki entries with other users (and catalogs all of these for others to use),
      • The user is able to make all or part of their profile public;
      • The user can see what other users have similar items checked-out, borrow and lend tags,
      • and a giant user-driven catalog is created and mashed with the traditional catalog.
    Librarian@2010, Lisbon 19th September, 2007
  • 24. Conclusions
      • All together, the use of these Web 2.0 technologies and applications, along with others not here mentioned and others not yet invented, will constitute a meaningful and substantive change in the history of libraries. The library's collection will change, becoming more interactive and fully accessible. The library's services will change, focusing more on the facilitation of information transfer and information literacy rather than providing controlled access to it
      • European universities have to train new LIS professionals adapted to new market trends, such as, web 2.0 technologies. Therefore, European references on educational policy need to be updated in order to provide real guidance to academics and professionals.
      • Public libraries, in general, depend administatively and economically on Councils. Therefore, they are condicioned in terms of technology and innovation to Council managers who are not LIS professional and, probably not aware of Lib 2.0 innovations. So, librarians need to learn how to communicate, explain and promote the advantages of this new trend.
      • There are some examples of good practices that can be used as inspiration or example to be included in university curricula and to improve our library services. As usually, the best way to offer a high quality training for future LIS professionals consists of fostering adequate cooperation and feedback between theory and practice.
    Librarian@2010, Lisbon 19th September, 2007
  • 25. Contact
    • José Angel Martínez Usero
    • Facultad de Ciencias de la Documentación
    • Universidad Complutense de Madrid
    • Spain
    • E-mail:
    • Isabel Sousa
    • Camara Municipal de Espinho
    • Portugal
    • E-mail: [email_address]
  • 26. Prácticas
    • Práctica 1. Creación de un blog
    • El estudiante debe crear un blog a partir de la aplicación Blogger
    • La creación del blog se realizará utilizando los siguientes criterios:
      • Realizar 2 entradas-comentarios
      • Cualquier persona puede realizar comentarios
      • Cada entrada en el blog debe tener su página web exclusiva
      • Añadir un miembro al equipo del blog
      • Editar la plantilla proporcionando un estilo diferente.
      • El estudiante debe remitir la URL de su blog como solución a la práctica
  • 27. Prácticas
    • Práctica 2. Wikipedia
    • Conocer la aplicación wikipedia y darse de alta como autor.
    • El estudiante debe darse de alta como editor experto de wikipedia y proceder a iniciar una nueva entrada o bien editar una entrada que necesite más información.
  • 28. Prácticas
    • Práctica 3. Flickr y YouTube
    • El estudiante debe conocer estas dos aplicaciones a nivel de usuario, darse de alta como usuario y crear su propio contenido.
    • El estudiante debe realizar un informe sobre potenciales aplicaciones para bibliotecas de estas herramientas y de otras similares
  • 29. Prácticas
    • Práctica 4.
    • El estudiante debe conocer esta aplicacións a nivel de usuario, darse de alta como usuario, crear y compartir sus enlaces.
    • El estudiante debe realizar un informe sobre potenciales aplicaciones para bibliotecas de esta herramienta.
  • 30. Prácticas
    • Práctica 5. Sindicación RSS
    • Utilizar un agregador para sindicar noticias de interés.
    • Más información:
    • El estudiante debe realizar las siguientes tareas:
      • El estudiante debe sindicar el contenido de Temaria relacionado con una materia, y otras fuentes de información de interés en portugués.
      • El estudiante debe utilizar un agregador, por ejemplo Google Reader. . El estudiante debe explicar, paso a paso, el proceso realizado para realizar la sindicación.
  • 31. Prácticas
    • Práctica 6. Google Maps
    • El estudiante debe tener una cuenta google y personalizar un google maps que pueda ser útil para un conjunto de usuarios de la biblioteca.
    • Más información:
  • 32. Lecturas
      • Difusión y consumo de información: de las bibliotecas, a la web 2.0 .
      • Ana Nuñez Peña, Catuxa Seoane Garcia
      • Pasado, presente y futuro de la Web 2.0 en servicios de información digital
      • Jorge Serrano Cobos
      • Bibliotecarios 2.0
      • Nieves González Fdez-Villavicencio
      • La biblioteca pública, un usuario más de la web 2.0
      • Fernando Juárez Urquijo