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CONTENT1. Terminology and relationship between terms   1.1. Open Access   1.2. Open Source Software   1.3. WEB 2.0   1.4. ...
1. Terminology and relationship 1.1. OPEN ACCESS (OA)  the access to the online information for free and by anyone intere...
1. Terminology and relationship  1.2. OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE (OSS)   a software, available in source code form, provided un...
1. Terminology and relationship 1.3. WEB 2.0                             http://www.slideshare.net/hblowers/intro-to-web-2...
1. Terminology and relationship 1.3. WEB 2.0Components                          WEB 1.0                                   ...
1. Terminology and relationship1.4. Relationship between OA, OSS and WEB 2.0                                              ...
2. Implementation solutions at DJULG2.1. OPEN ACCESS                                  Bibliographic lists of OA databases ...
2. Implementation solutions at DJULG2.1. OPEN ACCESS      Scientific publications of “Dunarea de Jos” University of Galati...
2. Implementation solutions at DJULG2.2. OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE   LINUX, as operating system;   OpenOffice, as editor of d...
2. Implementation solutions at DJULG2.2. OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARECheckout - the act ofcreating a local workingcopy       from ...
2. Implementation solutions at DJULG2.2. OPEN SOURCE SOFTWAREAnnals of DJUGBibliographicreferences -DJULG collectionsDigit...
2. Implementation solutions at DJULG2.2. OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE                        Reference management using Connotea  ...
2. Implementation solutions at DJULG2.2. OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE                         Reference management using Zotero   ...
2. Implementation solutions at DJULG2.3. WEB 2.0 TOOLS                                                  RSS FEEDS         ...
2. Implementation solutions at DJULG2.3. WEB 2.0 TOOLS – RSS FEEDS           New entries in library collections: books, jo...
2. Implementation solutions at DJULG2.3. WEB 2.0 TOOLS – SOCIAL NETWORKS                                                  ...
2. Implementation solutions at DJULG 2.3. WEB 2.0 TOOLS – SOCIAL NETWORKSA simple solution to: share content; create web...
2. Implementation solutions at DJULG2.3. WEB 2.0 TOOLS – SOCIAL NETWORKS                                                  ...
2. Implementation solutions at DJULG2.3. WEB 2.0 TOOLS – SOCIAL NETWORKS   1000    900    800    700    600    500    400 ...
2. Implementation solutions at DJULG   2.3. WEB 2.0 TOOLS – DO-IT-YOURSELF TECHNOLOGIESAn easy way to: promote the servic...
2. Implementation solutions at DJULG2.3. WEB 2.0 TOOLS – DO-IT-YOURSELF TECHNOLOGIES                           Librarians ...
3. Conclusions                                                                      WEB 2.0 - a great possibility of the  ...
References Edward M. Corrado, The Importance of Open Access, Open Source, and Open Standards for Libraries, http://www.is...
THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION!                                 Lenuta URSACHI             Dunarea de Jos University Library...
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  1. 1. New concepts and techniques implemented by „Dunarea de Jos” University Library of Galati Librarian Lenuta URSACHI Prof.PhD.Eng. Elena SCUTELNICU 147 Domneasca St, 800008-Galati, RO Tel: +40 336 130 134 Fax: +40 236 461 353E-mail: lenuta.ursache@ugal.ro URL: http://www.ugal.ro http://www.lib.ugal.ro
  2. 2. CONTENT1. Terminology and relationship between terms 1.1. Open Access 1.2. Open Source Software 1.3. WEB 2.0 1.4. The relationship2. Implementation solutions on OA, OSS and WEB 2.0 at DJULG3. Conclusions 2 The Third Conference in Romania on Information Science and Information Literacy, 22-24 April 2012, Sibiu
  3. 3. 1. Terminology and relationship 1.1. OPEN ACCESS (OA)  the access to the online information for free and by anyone interested to use it;  international initiatives, statements and declarations that support OA: Budapest Initiative (2002), Bethesda Statement (2003), Berlin Declaration (2003), IFLA Statement (2004), Ghent Declaration (2011);  Creative Commons licenses (CC) - helps creators retain copyright while allowing others to copy, distribute, and make some uses of their work  OA literature is the result of public-funded research;  the ways of publishing OA information:  Gold OA publishing (Directory of Open Access Journals);  Green OA self-archiving (Directory of Open Access Repositories). 3 The Third Conference in Romania on Information Science and Information Literacy, 22-24 April 2012, Sibiu
  4. 4. 1. Terminology and relationship 1.2. OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE (OSS)  a software, available in source code form, provided under a free software license;  users can download, evaluate, change or improve and also distribute the software  General Public Licenses (GNU or GPLv3) - guarantee the freedom of sharing and changing all versions of a software;  tools for learning and developing competencies. 4 The Third Conference in Romania on Information Science and Information Literacy, 22-24 April 2012, Sibiu
  5. 5. 1. Terminology and relationship 1.3. WEB 2.0 http://www.slideshare.net/hblowers/intro-to-web-20-277488/ 5 The Third Conference in Romania on Information Science and Information Literacy, 22-24 April 2012, Sibiu
  6. 6. 1. Terminology and relationship 1.3. WEB 2.0Components WEB 1.0 WEB 2.0 Information  is stored in databases  is created  is retrieved by keyword  is modified by user searching  is disseminated  flows to users User  is guided to information  the information is guided to the user  is an information consumer  is both consumer and creator  interacts under limitations  active participation Space is supplied with data provides data created and added Web evolution 6 The Third Conference in Romania on Information Science and Information Literacy, 22-24 April 2012, Sibiu
  7. 7. 1. Terminology and relationship1.4. Relationship between OA, OSS and WEB 2.0 Open Access Pa rti ss ci ne pa en tio C U Op n Open WEB 2.0 Source Fr n ti o ee ra do m bo la ol C 7 The Third Conference in Romania on Information Science and Information Literacy, 22-24 April 2012, Sibiu
  8. 8. 2. Implementation solutions at DJULG2.1. OPEN ACCESS Bibliographic lists of OA databases and IR mentioned in ARTHRA repository 8 The Third Conference in Romania on Information Science and Information Literacy, 22-24 April 2012, Sibiu
  9. 9. 2. Implementation solutions at DJULG2.1. OPEN ACCESS Scientific publications of “Dunarea de Jos” University of Galati indexed in DOAJ 9 The Third Conference in Romania on Information Science and Information Literacy, 22-24 April 2012, Sibiu
  10. 10. 2. Implementation solutions at DJULG2.2. OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE  LINUX, as operating system;  OpenOffice, as editor of documents;  GIMP, as graphic editor;  TurtoiseSVN, for project documents management;  Dspace, for digital library content;  Connotea & Zotero, for references management. 10 The Third Conference in Romania on Information Science and Information Literacy, 22-24 April 2012, Sibiu
  11. 11. 2. Implementation solutions at DJULG2.2. OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARECheckout - the act ofcreating a local workingcopy from therepository.Commit - the action ofwriting or merging thechanges made in theworking copy back tothe repository. Update (or sync) - merges changes made in the repository. SIPTEH Project - Documents management using TurtoiseSVN 11 The Third Conference in Romania on Information Science and Information Literacy, 22-24 April 2012, Sibiu
  12. 12. 2. Implementation solutions at DJULG2.2. OPEN SOURCE SOFTWAREAnnals of DJUGBibliographicreferences -DJULG collectionsDigital academiccontent of theinstitution ARTHRA Digital Library using DSpace 12 The Third Conference in Romania on Information Science and Information Literacy, 22-24 April 2012, Sibiu
  13. 13. 2. Implementation solutions at DJULG2.2. OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE Reference management using Connotea 13 The Third Conference in Romania on Information Science and Information Literacy, 22-24 April 2012, Sibiu
  14. 14. 2. Implementation solutions at DJULG2.2. OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE Reference management using Zotero 14 The Third Conference in Romania on Information Science and Information Literacy, 22-24 April 2012, Sibiu
  15. 15. 2. Implementation solutions at DJULG2.3. WEB 2.0 TOOLS RSS FEEDS INSTANT MESSAGING SOCIAL NETWORKS DO-IT-YOURSELF TECHNOLOGIES 15 The Third Conference in Romania on Information Science and Information Literacy, 22-24 April 2012, Sibiu
  16. 16. 2. Implementation solutions at DJULG2.3. WEB 2.0 TOOLS – RSS FEEDS New entries in library collections: books, journals or electronic documents 16 The Third Conference in Romania on Information Science and Information Literacy, 22-24 April 2012, Sibiu
  17. 17. 2. Implementation solutions at DJULG2.3. WEB 2.0 TOOLS – SOCIAL NETWORKS A simply way to: interact with the users; share information sources by posting useful links; upload news about events. „Dunarea de Jos” University Library of Galati on Facebook 17 The Third Conference in Romania on Information Science and Information Literacy, 22-24 April 2012, Sibiu
  18. 18. 2. Implementation solutions at DJULG 2.3. WEB 2.0 TOOLS – SOCIAL NETWORKSA simple solution to: share content; create web pages; post messages. Reference Librarian Guide Project using Google Groups 18 The Third Conference in Romania on Information Science and Information Literacy, 22-24 April 2012, Sibiu
  19. 19. 2. Implementation solutions at DJULG2.3. WEB 2.0 TOOLS – SOCIAL NETWORKS A great opportunity to:  share content;  increase visibility;  statistical analysis;  discover new information;  interconnect with the community. Information posted by the librarian on slideshare community 19 The Third Conference in Romania on Information Science and Information Literacy, 22-24 April 2012, Sibiu
  20. 20. 2. Implementation solutions at DJULG2.3. WEB 2.0 TOOLS – SOCIAL NETWORKS 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 DJULG – 4 places on Internet Citation of information sources DJULG User Guide How to develop a research contribution Statistics of the information tools posted on slideshare 20 The Third Conference in Romania on Information Science and Information Literacy, 22-24 April 2012, Sibiu
  21. 21. 2. Implementation solutions at DJULG 2.3. WEB 2.0 TOOLS – DO-IT-YOURSELF TECHNOLOGIESAn easy way to: promote the services provided tothe users; offer the most importantinformation related to the toolscreated; mark significant events where thelibrary has been involved. Reference Department website using www.wix.com 21 The Third Conference in Romania on Information Science and Information Literacy, 22-24 April 2012, Sibiu
  22. 22. 2. Implementation solutions at DJULG2.3. WEB 2.0 TOOLS – DO-IT-YOURSELF TECHNOLOGIES Librarians website using Google sites 22 The Third Conference in Romania on Information Science and Information Literacy, 22-24 April 2012, Sibiu
  23. 23. 3. Conclusions WEB 2.0 - a great possibility of the interconnectivity between communities New concepts and techniques implemented - useful for the students and academics C with common interests O N OA content - a valuable information for C developing research topics L OA, OSS and WEB 2.0 technologies – U important & efficient tools for education system S WEB 2.0 technologies - implemented by I libraries to improve their services or activities O N OA, OSS and WEB 2.0 technologies - S more promoted and practised by libraries OSS - a topic that needs to be explored and academics educational scopes more, especially from the point view of the statistics 23 The Third Conference in Romania on Information Science and Information Literacy, 22-24 April 2012, Sibiu
  24. 24. References Edward M. Corrado, The Importance of Open Access, Open Source, and Open Standards for Libraries, http://www.istl.org/05-spring/article2.html Helen Blowers, Web 2.0: Introduction : Culture, Community & Collaboration, http://www.slideshare.net/hblowers/intro-to-web-20-277488/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open-source_software http://tortoisesvn.net/ http://www.connotea.org http://www.google.com/sites/help/intl/en/overview.html http://www.slideshare.net http://www.wix.com/lursachi/budjg_referinte http://www.zotero.org Ismael Peña-López. “The personal research portal: web 2.0 driven individual commitment with open access for development”. Knowledge Management for Development Journal, 3(1):35-48, 2007. Manorama Tripathi and Sunil Kumar. “Use of Web 2.0 tools in academic libraries: A reconnaissance of the international landscape”. The International Information & Library Review, 42:195-207, 2010. Melvin P. Thatcher, Using Web 2.0, Open Source Technology and Social Networking Services toFacilitate Collaboration and Access to Genealogy and Local History Information,http://www.ifla.org/files/hq/papers/ifla75/204-thather-en.pdf Michael Stephens and Maria Collins. “Web 2.0, Library 2.0 and the Hyperlinked Library”. Serials Review, 33:253-256, 2007. Open Access (OA) and Web 2.0 - Whats the connection? OA Librarian, http://oalibrarian.blogspot.com/2007/03/open-access-oa-and-web-20-whats.html Sabin-Corneliu Buraga, De ce web 3.0, http://www.slideshare.net/busaco/de-ce-web-30-why-web-30 24 The Third Conference in Romania on Information Science and Information Literacy, 22-24 April 2012, Sibiu
  25. 25. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION! Lenuta URSACHI Dunarea de Jos University Library of Galati Reference Department Tel.: +40 336 130 134 Fax: +40 236 461 353 E-mail: lenuta.ursachi@ugal.ro 25

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