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  • 1. Academic Library 2.0
    • Meredith Farkas
    • Norwich University
  • 2. Web 1.0: Democratized Access to Information
  • 3. Web 2.0: Democratized Participation
  • 4. Revolutionary or Evolutionary?
  • 5. What has changed?
  • 6. Technology has enabled us to do so much more
  • 7. but we’re no longer the only game in town.
  • 8. Academic Library 2.0 is a State of Mind
    • Focus on meeting changing user needs
    • Trusting our users
    • Getting rid of the culture of perfect
    • Aware of emerging technologies and opportunities
    • Looking outside of the library world
  • 9. 2.0 Trends for Libraries
  • 10. Use 2.0 tools to Highlight Collections
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  • 16. Create Community around Collections
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  • 22. Enabling Faculty and Students to do the Things They Want to Do
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  • 26. Collect and Disseminate Knowledge
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  • 32. Create a Welcoming Environment
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  • 37. Go Where our Users Are
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  • 41. Have transparent conversations with our users
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  • 44. But how do we get there?
  • 45. Integrate these goals into the library's strategic planning
  • 46. Determine if a new Staffing Structure will be needed
  • 47. Administration Needs to be Transparent
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  • 49. Form Partnerships
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  • 52. Develop a Learning Culture
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  • 54. Develop a Risk-Tolerant Culture
  • 55. Develop a Culture of Assessment
  • 56. Collect Staff Knowledge More Effectively
  • 57. Listen to Staff Members' Needs and Concerns
  • 58. Enable Staff Encourage Staff
  • 59. Are we there yet?