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Basic introduction to principles of library 2.0 and how the Learning 2.0 program will work at Multnomah County Library

Basic introduction to principles of library 2.0 and how the Learning 2.0 program will work at Multnomah County Library

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  • 1. Learning 2.0 @ MCL Kathryn Greenhill http://librariansmatter.com
  • 2. Outline
    • Features of Library 2.0
    • What we can do with Library 2.0
    • The MCL Learning 2.0 Program
    • Questions to ask about new web tools
  • 3. Features of Library 2.0
  • 4.
    • 24 / 7
  • 5. Read / write web
  • 6. Social
  • 7. Hive Mind
  • 8. Mashups
  • 9. Perpetual beta
  • 10. Web as platform
  • 11. Library 2.0 changes the balance of power in our libraries
  • 12.  
  • 13. Get out of our buildings
  • 14. Be in our users’ space
  • 15. Communicate in new ways
  • 16. Share information quickly
  • 17. Speak in our own voices
  • 18. Combine information in new ways
  • 19. Collaborate
  • 20.  
  • 21. Create the library
  • 22. Bypass us
  • 23. To laugh at us if we get defensive
  • 24.
    • 2.0 Patrons Want: Uploaded to Flickr on September 12, 2007 by libraryman
  • 25. Learning 2.0
  • 26. Learning 2.0
    • Weekly exercises
    • Exposure not mastery
    • Write & reflect on blog
  • 27. Something new each week
    • Week 1:  Blogging
    • Week 2:  Tagging and Social Bookmarking
    • Week 3:  Managing and Sharing Photos/Images
    • Week 4:  RSS/Alerts
    • Week 5:  Social Networks
    • Week 6:  Fun
    • Week 7:  Language translation and practice
    • Week 8:  Podcasts
    • Week 9:  Wikis
    • Week 10:  Online applications
    • Week 11:  Library and book-related
    • Week 12:  Make up / Catch up or Suggest Your Own
  • 28. Sample week: Tagging
    • View the 3.5 minute explanatory video of Del.icio.us to get a good overview of its features.
    • Look at the MCL delicious account
    • Explore the site options….Notice the comments and tags.
    • 4. Post on your blog…
    •  Can you see the potential of tagging for research assistance?  How about as an internal staff tool?
    • Is there a better way to create bookmarks that can be accessed from anywhere?
    •  Should we include tags in our catalog?
  • 29.
    • How will this help library patrons?
    What risk is associated with this? Am I ready for it? Could we implement this in beta without it being perfect? Questions to consider
  • 30.
    • Collaborate ?
    • Hear us speak with a human voice?
    • Get our resources more easily than other ones online?
    • Create the library ?
    Does this help my users to:
  • 31. Does it help me to go where the users are?
  • 32.
    • Time
    • Money
    • Skills
    • Lost opportunity
    What is the cost?
  • 33. What are the consequences if we don’t try this ? What are the consequences if we try this?
  • 34. Credits Questions Uploaded on December 11, 2006 by oberazzi (Tim O'Brien) Slideshow by Kathryn Greenhill Murdoch University Library Slides at: LibrariansMatter.com Downloaded from: Slideshare Modified by Abigail Elder