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Hants & I0W CILIP 05/07
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Hants & I0W CILIP 05/07
Hants & I0W CILIP 05/07
Hants & I0W CILIP 05/07
Hants & I0W CILIP 05/07
Hants & I0W CILIP 05/07
Hants & I0W CILIP 05/07
Hants & I0W CILIP 05/07
Hants & I0W CILIP 05/07
Hants & I0W CILIP 05/07
Hants & I0W CILIP 05/07
Hants & I0W CILIP 05/07
Hants & I0W CILIP 05/07
Hants & I0W CILIP 05/07
Hants & I0W CILIP 05/07
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Hants & I0W CILIP 05/07

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    • 1. 2.0 tools Kara Jones Subject Librarian University of Bath CILIP Hants&IoW AGM 16 May 2007
    • 2. About me:
      • Kara Jones
        • Subject Librarian, University of Bath
        • Worked in academic libraries in Australia, Emirates and UK.
        • Not a technology evangelist but a practitioner
    • 3. Overview
      • What is web 2.0?
      • Web 2.0 as a TOOL
        • Information Literacy
        • Accessibility
        • Client interaction
        • Internal Practices
      • The Issues
      • The Future
    • 4. What is web 2.0
      • Interactive
      • Collaborative
      • Community building
      • Communication
      • ‘ Web as platform’
      • ‘ Architecture of participation’
    • 5.
      • Social Technologies
      • Weblogs
      • Social bookmarking
      • Wiki
      • Podcasts
      • RSS Webfeeds
      • Mashups
      • Social networking
      • Facebook, MySpace, Academici
    • 6. Why bother?
      • Who’s using web 2.0?
        • 12% of web traffic is to web 2.0 sites
        • 668% growth in last two years
        • (Hitwise data available from BusinessWeek blog: http://www.businessweek.com/the_thread/blogspotting/archives/pdf/Tancer%20Web2expo1.pdf. Accessed: 15 May 2007))
      • Why use web 2.0?
        • It’s generally free
        • Many of your library clients are using/learning/socialising with it!
    • 7. Source: Li, Charlene. ‘Forrester’s new Social Technographics report’, posted 22 April, 2007 on Groundswell: Winning in a World Transformed by Social Technologies . http://blogs.forrester.com/charleneli/2007/04/forresters_new_.html (Accessed: 10 May 2007) None of these activities 52% Inactive Read blogs Watch peer-generated video Listen to podcasts 33% Spectators Use social networking sites 19% Joiners Use RSS Tag Web pages 15% Collectors Comment on blogs Post ratings and reviews 19% Critics Publish web page Publish or maintain a blog Upload video to sites like YouTube 13% Creators
    • 8. Using web 2.0 technologies as tools
      • Information Literacy
      • Accessibility
      • Client interaction
      • Internal practices
    • 9. Information Literacy
      • Information literacy (IL) is an intellectual framework for
        • recognising the need for,
        • understanding,
        • finding,
        • evaluating,
        • and using information .
      • (Australian Information Literacy Standards, 2000)
      • Frameworks / competency standards / skills sets ….
    • 10. IL and social software
      • Social software can be used to engage learners in ways that work best for them.
      • Mechanisms for resource discovery, critical reflection and for recording the search process.
    • 11. Weblog features
      • Reflective tools
      • Highlighting a path of progression
      • Strengthening evaluation skills
      • Being prepared to respond
      • Improving written communication skills
      • Ease of acknowledging sources online
      • Community building
    • 12. RSS Webfeed Features
      • RSS newsfeeds on regularly updated websites
      • Tools for organising new information into manageable chunks
      • Delivered to your desktop into folders
      • Used for keeping up to date
    • 13. Wiki features
      • Easy to create websites, focus on the content
      • Project development with peer review
      • Group authoring
      • Track a group project (‘Using Wiki in Education’, 2006)
      • Development of ‘communities of practice’ where reflection and feedback are important collaborative processes.
    • 14. Accessibility
      • Alternative formats
        • mp3, podcasting
        • pdf, text
        • www.scribd.com
        • Audacity.sourceforge.net
      • ‘ Blended accessibility’ (Brian Kelly, http://www.ukoln.ac.uk/web-focus/papers/w4a-2007/)
    • 15.  
    • 16. Client interaction
      • Reviews –
        • Amazon style
        • www.librarything.com
      • Comments – from weblogs
      • Social bookmarking, tagging
        • del.icio.us, connotea, citeulike, flickr
      • (BUT: moderation, trust, risk management…)
    • 17. Social bookmarking features
      • Organisation and management of information
      • Sharing and dissemination of resources
      • Collaborative discovery
      • Bottom-up rather than top-down classification of information
      • Folksonomies/ tagging
    • 18. Internal practices
      • Advanced document management
      • Version control
      • Collaboration factor
      • Sharing
    • 19. Internal Practices
      • File sharing –
        • Wiki sites ie. www.wetpaint com
        • Document sharing ie. docs.google.com
        • Presentation sharing ie. www.slideshare.net
        • Weblogs ie. www.blogger.com
    • 20. The Issues
      • Third party hosting
      • Moderating comments
      • Sustainability
      • Investment
      • Tech issues: intranets, firewalls
      • Measuring success!
    • 21. So, then…
      • Scan the horizon
      • Must be fit for purpose
      • Experiment
      • Try things out internally
      • Take what works for you
    • 22. Further reading
      • Brian Kelly – UKOLN
        • ukwebfocus.wordpress.com
      • Phil Bradley’s Weblog
        • Philbradley.typepad.com
      • Steven M Cohen
        • www.librarystuff.net
      • EDUCAUSE
        • www.educause.edu

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