Web 2.0 & library services to young adults: An introduction

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A presentation at the 5th National Library for Children & Young Adults Symposium, 2011, South Korea.

The presentation is an update and also an extension of this 2009 IFLA document of the same title.

The 2011 presentation is a "workshop-style" presentation of how a Web 2.0. approach and mindset could be applied to librarians serving teens.

The full 78-page document can be downloaded at: http://www.ifla.org/en/publications/web-20-and-library-services-for-young-adults

Blurb: "The document is an introduction for librarians new to Web 2.0 and Social Media, and who are interested in using publicly accessible social media tools to serve Young Adults in any types of libraries: public, school, special or academic.
The aim is for you—the practicing librarian--to understand and ultimately decide for yourself what is the best approach in using social media as part of your Young Adult service. This document does not dictate the best way to attract teens to your library (there is none!) For each section, we will cover the "What is it" and "How to use it" so that you know "Why use it" and "What to look out for in using it". With the focus for practitioners, specific services are also elaborated." 78 pages, PDF.

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Web 2.0 & library services to young adults: An introduction

  1. 1. Web 2.0 and libraryservices to young adults: An Introduction Ivan Chew National Library Board, SingaporeThe International Symposium on Library Services for Children and Young Adults. 9 -10 June 2011
  2. 2. A day in the life of a Web 2.0 Teens Librarian
  3. 3. Weeding
  4. 4. http://www.flickr.com/photos/fbouly/3568409530/ by Franco Bouly CC-BY-ND 2.0http://www.flickr.com/photos/zeinabpics/5586003088/ by Zeinab E. CC-BY-NC-ND 2.0
  5. 5. http://www.facebook.com/#!/group.php?gid=17134539718
  6. 6. Working withteen volunteers
  7. 7. http://www.flickr.com/photos/acroamatic/5309436516/ by acromatic CC-BY-NC 2.0
  8. 8. Writing a report
  9. 9. Book Discussion
  10. 10. Read & Reap blogs.nlb.gov.sg/readandreaphttp://blogs.nlb.gov.sg/readandreap/young-people/seriously-this-thing-is-dangerous/
  11. 11. http://blogs.nlb.gov.sg/readandreap/young-people/seriously-this-thing-is-dangerous/
  12. 12. Read RSS Feeds
  13. 13. http://www.ravensilvers.com/blog/2011/05/30/china-1-of-3-guangzhou/
  14. 14. AdvisoryReference Service
  15. 15. Reference & Advisory 31http://blogs.nlb.gov.sg/ask
  16. 16. Recommend a book
  17. 17. A day in the life of a Web 2.0 Librarian
  18. 18. Are you tired yet? :)
  19. 19. Hello & Thank You
  20. 20. Ivan
  21. 21. Librarian
  22. 22. http://www.ifla.org/en/publications/web-20-and-library-services-for-young-adults
  23. 23. http://ramblinglibrarian.blogspot.com/
  24. 24. http://MyRightBrain.wordpress.com/
  25. 25. Y.O! Young People Service’s Blog • Teen Expression • Reading • Learning • Librarianshttp://blogs.nlb.gov.sg/yo
  26. 26. What I will cover…• Example: A day in the life of a Web 2.0 Librarian• Web 2.0 services: Highlights• Examples of libraries using Web 2.0 to serve Children and Young Adults
  27. 27. AimPractical ideasThinking Points
  28. 28. Young Adults13 to 19 year olds
  29. 29. What I’ve discovered about the South Korea Internet Landscape
  30. 30. wiki.smu.edu.sg/digitalmediaasia/Wiki_-_South_Korea
  31. 31. “65.7% of South Korean Internet users use social networking sites”https://wiki.smu.edu.sg/digitalmediaasia/Wiki_-_South_Korea
  32. 32. “63% of Koreans use more than three different social networking sites”https://wiki.smu.edu.sg/digitalmediaasia/Wiki_-_South_Korea
  33. 33. https://wiki.smu.edu.sg/digitalmediaasia/Wiki_-_South_Korea
  34. 34. https://wiki.smu.edu.sg/digitalmediaasia/Wiki_-_South_Korea
  35. 35. https://wiki.smu.edu.sg/digitalmediaasia/Wiki_-_South_Korea
  36. 36. “Naver it!”
  37. 37. “South Korea is home to one of the largest blogging communities in the world, second only to China”https://wiki.smu.edu.sg/digitalmediaasia/Wiki_-_South_Korea
  38. 38. Microblogging Twitter me2DAY Nate Connect Yozmhttps://wiki.smu.edu.sg/digitalmediaasia/Wiki_-_South_Korea
  39. 39. Cyworld & Facebook “Cyworld is South Koreas leading social networking community... However, Facebook usage in South Korea is growing tremendously with 44% of its users within the 25- 34 age range and 32% within the 18-24 age range.”https://wiki.smu.edu.sg/digitalmediaasia/Wiki_-_South_Korea
  40. 40. Instant Messenging “South Koreans use an array of instant messaging tools such as NateOn, KakaoTalk, Buddybuddy and MSN Messenger”.https://wiki.smu.edu.sg/digitalmediaasia/Wiki_-_South_Korea
  41. 41. Video Sharing sites “The South Korean population uses mainly the Youtube”https://wiki.smu.edu.sg/digitalmediaasia/Wiki_-_South_Korea
  42. 42. Trends Location-based services Augmented Reality Quick Response (QR) Codehttps://wiki.smu.edu.sg/digitalmediaasia/Wiki_-_South_Korea
  43. 43. “…Koreans most likely to share positive product experiences…”http://www.mediabuzz.com.sg/asian-emarketing-latest-issue/1183-social-media-records-exceptional-growth-in-asia-pacific
  44. 44. Web 2.0Library Services to Young Adults
  45. 45. •Blog•Instant Messenging•Video (YouTube)•Flickr•Facebook•Creative Commons
  46. 46. It’s aboutSimplicity
  47. 47. It’s about“Creative Combination”
  48. 48. A “tough” example
  49. 49. Virtual RealityInnova Junior CollegeSecond Life Educators’ Campuswww.mediaplaylab.sg
  50. 50. Teaching ofLanguage andLiterature
  51. 51. Role playCraft argumentsRead and learnHistorical and culturalbackgrounds of thetext
  52. 52. Expensive to set upSuccess criteria:• Pedagogy• Teacher• Classroom management strategiesSource: Innova Junior College
  53. 53. •Blogs•Instant Messenging•Video (YouTube)•Flickr•Facebook•Creative Commons
  54. 54. Blogs
  55. 55. Seattle Public Library http://blog.spl.org/yablog/http://blog.spl.org/yablog/2011/04/23/why-we-need-our-library/
  56. 56. Use blogs hosted in Korea… Naver Blogs Daum blogs Egloos Blogin Tistory Textcube Yahoo!Korea blog
  57. 57. If you wish to collaborate with libraries & English- speaking countries…
  58. 58. Blogs (for the rest of the world) www.blogger.com www.wordpress.com
  59. 59. www.flickr.com
  60. 60. YouTube.com
  61. 61. YouTube + Creative Commonshttps://creativecommons.org/weblog/entry/27533 Last accessed: 2 June 2011
  62. 62. This means…
  63. 63. As a “consumer”…
  64. 64. = Video Library You can legally: Copy Re-publish Remix Sell/ make moneyAs long as you credit the owners in the way they want
  65. 65. As a “producer”…
  66. 66. = Publisher/ Distributor You allow others to: Copy Re-publish RemixSell (without paying you)As long as they credit you in the way you want
  67. 67. creativecommons.org
  68. 68. Creative Commons Korea www.creativecommons.or.kr
  69. 69. Let’s say you need a photo for your video project
  70. 70. You have less than one day to find it
  71. 71. You found this on the Internet
  72. 72. You upload your video online
  73. 73. Your friends think it’s cool
  74. 74. You get 100,000 views
  75. 75. You get 100 fan mails daily
  76. 76. Then you get ONE email…
  77. 77. Creative Commons• For those who wish to share their work by default• Allows you to state your terms of use in layperson’s terms (legalese available for lawyers too!)
  78. 78. CC is NOT… a replacement for Copyright… “copyright” free… a way to prevent copyright abuse
  79. 79. CC meansPermission has already been givenDo not need to seek explicit permission
  80. 80. Part 1: Machine-readable Code
  81. 81. Part 2: Human-readable Code
  82. 82. Part 3: Lawyer-readable Code
  83. 83. http://creativecommons.org/license/
  84. 84. http://www.flickr.com/search/advanced/
  85. 85. http://www.google.com.sg/advanced_search
  86. 86. http://search.yahoo.com/web/advanced
  87. 87. Please visitwww.creativecommons.or.kr
  88. 88. Instant Messenging 2007Teen Online Chat Singapore + Germany
  89. 89. 123
  90. 90. 1 event 2 countries3 chat rooms 124
  91. 91. 4 public libraries 5 schools 57 teens 125
  92. 92. Chat @ Solingen • 126
  93. 93. Chat @ Jurong Regional Library • Screening of online chat dialogue 127
  94. 94. Chat @ Woodlands Regional Library Students from Anderson JC • Students from Global Connect Club, Temasek Polytechnic Map showing location of Reutlingen in Germany 128
  95. 95. Theme:“Culture & Lifestyle” 129
  96. 96. “Everyday Culture” as the basisfor chat discussion 130
  97. 97. Cultural introductionFried Kuay Tiao 131
  98. 98. Cultural introduction Satay 132
  99. 99. Cultural introductionMee Goreng 133
  100. 100. Cultural introduction Roti Prata 134
  101. 101. 135
  102. 102. 136
  103. 103. Cultural introduction 137
  104. 104. 138
  105. 105. Responses from teens 139
  106. 106. “We should do this again!” 140
  107. 107. “Can we continue to be friends?” 141
  108. 108. power of conversationsDialogue  Understanding 142
  109. 109. http://www.flickr.com/photos/rtlibrary/5558702894/ by RTLibrary ,CC-BY 2.0
  110. 110. Simplicity was key Focus on the dialogue Not technology 144
  111. 111. Tips on organising an internationalonline chat event… 145
  112. 112. Different Time Zones
  113. 113. www.timezoneconverter.com
  114. 114. Next:Another simple idea… blogs + video + PPT
  115. 115. “What I’d Like The World To Read”
  116. 116. How it works• Teens  Pick a book• Describe WHAT the book is about & WHY others should read it• Upload as videos, audio or PowerPoint slides• Duration should not exceed 2 minutes• Email the link to the library
  117. 117. For Teens, By Teens Promote Reading Use digital media
  118. 118. 6 months 36 entries 45 teensAverage 187 views per post 29 comments
  119. 119. Popular books  More commentsHighest views: entry for “Twilight” 368 views, 4 comments Preferred format: PowerPoint
  120. 120. http://blogs.nlb.gov.sg/yo/win-stuff/wiltwtr-twilight-saga-by-stephenie-meyer/
  121. 121. http://blogs.nlb.gov.sg/yo/win-stuff/wiltwtr-twilight-saga-by-stephenie-meyer/
  122. 122. http://blogs.nlb.gov.sg/yo/win-stuff/wiltwtr-twilight-saga-by-stephenie-meyer/
  123. 123. http://blogs.nlb.gov.sg/yo/win-stuff/wiltwtr-twilight-saga-by-stephenie-meyer/
  124. 124. http://blogs.nlb.gov.sg/yo/win-stuff/wiltwtr-twilight-saga-by-stephenie-meyer/
  125. 125. http://blogs.nlb.gov.sg/yo/win-stuff/wiltwtr-twilight-saga-by-stephenie-meyer/
  126. 126. http://blogs.nlb.gov.sg/yo/win-stuff/wiltwtr-twilight-saga-by-stephenie-meyer/
  127. 127. http://blogs.nlb.gov.sg/yo/win-stuff/wiltwtr-twilight-saga-by-stephenie-meyer/
  128. 128. http://blogs.nlb.gov.sg/yo/win-stuff/wiltwtr-twilight-saga-by-stephenie-meyer/
  129. 129. It was not expensive to doEasy for teens to take partTeens will surprise you with what theyknowThe blog is a good way to archive andshowcase the librarian’s hard work!
  130. 130. Once again... 166
  131. 131. Simplicity was key Focus on the dialogue Not technology 167
  132. 132. Finally... 168
  133. 133. An idea: 169
  134. 134. Plan & Curate a Web 2.0Music Workshop for Teens
  135. 135. DIY-Music production & publishing Produce Publish Publicise
  136. 136. 1. Learn with YouTube lessonshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lcmb4RplClQ
  137. 137. 2. Run a music clinic with an expert, using IMhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/mrmayo/5021508472/ by mrmayo CC-BY-NC 2.0
  138. 138. 3. Use CC-licensed music http://www.jamendo.com
  139. 139. 4. Create music without Physical Equipment http://burn-studios.audiotool.com/apphttp://www.flickr.com/photos/joshsemans/4840619627/ By JoshSemans CC-BY 2.0
  140. 140. 5. Introduce them to Open Source tools audacity.sourceforge.net
  141. 141. 6. Create music from other people’s samples(legally!) http://ccmixter.org
  142. 142. 7. Introduce library books and materials
  143. 143. 8. Search for album covers: CC-licensed imageshttp://flickr.com/photos/freeparking/521792339/ By freeparking CC-BY 2.0
  144. 144. 9. Publish their music online (at no cost) http://soundcloud.com
  145. 145. 10. Create CC-licensed music videos http://www.youtube.com/editor
  146. 146. 11. Showcase their work in the library blog
  147. 147. 12. Publish a series of digital albums Bandcamp.com
  148. 148. 13. Start the library’s “Radio Station” on Facebook
  149. 149. 14. “Live” performance in the library 185
  150. 150. Korea + Singapore Web 2.0Music Club, anyone?
  151. 151. Web 2.0It’s what we choose to do with Social Media
  152. 152. Social Media
  153. 153. Social Media
  154. 154. Communitycontent librarians
  155. 155. Librarians books DigitalIdeas & Print resourcesPeople
  156. 156. using social media + ability to engage create
  157. 157. Thank you and see you in Facebook!http://www.facebook.com/ramblinglibrarian

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