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Social web in spanish libraries

  1. 1. Videojogos e Web 2.0: desafios para a formação dos bibliotecários Lisboa, 20 de maio de 2010 Natalia Arroyo Vázquez | Fundación Germán Sánchez Ruipérez
  2. 2. Table of contents 1. A changing environment 2. Keeping things in perspective 3. Lessons from Web 2.0 4. Some questions 1. Ambente em mudança 2. Manter a perspectiva 3. Lições da Web 2.0 Conteúdo 4. Algumas questões
  3. 3. 1. Ambiente em mudança
  4. 4. Informação na internet Informação partilhada
  5. 5. Librarians are now like people in printemps: some wear coat, sweater and scarf and others wear a t-shirt and sandals Consumo da informação digital divide
  6. 6. A informação encontra a tecnologia … portanto a biblioteca muda
  7. 7. Dispositivos Devices to access the information and communication everywhere: to read the e-mail, to surf the web, to find puntual information, to write on my profile, to read a book or a journal… Does information need to be adapted?
  8. 8. Leitura
  9. 9. Access to the content is more important than the physical document Acesso ao conteúdo
  10. 10. Web 2.0, Web 3.0, mobile web, web squared… the web is always growing Evolução da web
  11. 11. QR codes Apps stores Augmented reality Location-based applications Aplicações móveis
  12. 12. 2. Manter a perspectiva
  13. 13. The public library is the local centre of information, making all kinds of knowledge and information readily available to its users. The services of the public library are provided on the basis of equality of access for all, regardless of age, race, sex, religion, nationality, language or social status. Specific services and materials must be provided for those users who cannot use the regular services and materials Manifesto da IFLA/UNESCO sobre bibliotecas públicas http://archive.ifla.org/VII/s8/unesco/manif.htm
  14. 14. 1.  Creating and strengthening reading habits 2.  Supporting education 3.  Promoting awareness of cultural heritage 4.  Fostering inter-cultural dialogue and favouring cultural diversity 5.  Ensuring access for citizens to all sorts of community information 6.  Providing adequate information services 7.  Facilitating the development of information and computer literacy skills; 8.  Supporting and participating in literacy activities and programmes Manifesto da IFLA/UNESCO sobre bibliotecas públicas http://archive.ifla.org/VII/s8/unesco/manif.htm
  15. 15. 3. Lições da Web 2.0
  16. 16. What kind of libraries are we going to have in the future? We can’t read the future, but we know more about this scenario: we have learned some lessons and have some tools to face it Web 2.0 philosophy and tools can help us to face changes Não podemos prever o futuro…
  17. 17. Web 2.0 services are appropriate platforms to share information, resources and experiences with other professionals Lição1. Partilhar
  18. 18. Community managers are needed in libraries Lição 2. Criar comunidades abertas Powered by IS Parade
  19. 19. Democracy of Web 2.0 philosophy allows participation to everyone Opportunities are open Lição3. Participar da conversa
  20. 20. ThinkEPI Group ThinkEPI Group is an Spanish think tank on Library and Information Science (Information Strategy and Prospective) http://www.thinkepi.net/
  21. 21. The value of informal learning “Networks allow learners to remain current in their field through the connections they have formed“ (Siemens, 2004) Quinn, 2009 Every day we learn from earch other Lição 4. Aprendendo juntos
  22. 22. Communities of practices, a collective learning experience http://comunidad20.sedic.es/ Comunidade das práticas
  23. 23. The ninjas of Web 2.0 Nieves González, librarian Lição 5. Experimentar “No fear to experiment, to play” “From Los Mundos de Fernando Juárez, librarian Yupi to be in the cloud” Catuxa Seoane, librarian
  24. 24. 657 librarians worldwide twitting the hashtag #biblioteca spontaneously 4.600 twitts on August the 10th, 2009 #biblioteca was the most popular hashtag in spanish (0,3236%) A collective funny exercise! #biblioteca http://diarium.usal.es/biblioblog/2009/la-fuerza-de-la-biblioteca/
  25. 25. Creating library identity is easy with Web 2.0 services Lição 6. Visibilidade
  26. 26. “Bring out the talent of people, not hierarchies” “Closed innovation, from managers down, is finished” Roser Lozano Flexible organizational structures are much more appropriate in changing environmets Lição 7. Quebrar as hierarchias
  27. 27. We have to think like if we had not seen anything else before Lição 8. Mudar a mentalidade “And we insist in digitizing the printed words and identifying new tools with professional recycling without assuming we have to think and create in digital” Fernando Juárez, librarian
  28. 28. Do we know how to talk with the user? Dídac Margaix, librarian Talking with the user reveals what are their interests and what kind of services they need Lição 9. Conversar com os usuários
  29. 29. Lição 10. Usar a tecnologia no nosso interesse
  30. 30. 4. Algumas questões
  31. 31. Some questions Employing web services is easy, but… are we really brave/ prepared enough to assume Web 2.0 philosophy in our profession, untill the last consecuences? What are the risks? Are librarians conscients of the importance of form communities? Are we able to adapt our libraries as far as user’s needs in a technological era? Algumas questões
  32. 32. Thank you very much for your atention With a little help from my friend Fran Villoldo in the portuguese language Biblioblog http://diarium.usal.es/biblioblog/ Facebook http://www.facebook.com/natalia.arroyo Twitter @narroyo e-mail natalia.arroyo@gmail.com
  33. 33. First Spanish Journal on Library Science and Documentation. Indexed by the most important bibliographical databases: ISI Social Science Citation Index and Scopus

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