Collaboration 2.0

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PPT from presentation by Wendy Sellors at the James Region, VEMA conference and state VEMA conference in 2007.

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  • 1. Collaboration 2.0 VEMA Conference October 2007 Wendy Sellors, MLWGS
  • 2. Photo by kozyndan (Flickr)
  • 3. Session Outline
    • Web 2.0
    • Creative Commons
    • Tagging
    • Collaborative tools
      • Bookmarking
      • Documents
      • Web Sites
    • Review
    • Q&A
    Photo by kozyndan (Flickr)
  • 4. What’s with the 2.0?
    • Web 2.0
      • Collaborative culture
      • Sharing content
      • User-centered (vs. creator-centered)
      • Web-based software (vs. computer-based software)
      • More than new technologies – a change in attitude – more open, trusting, interactive, engaging
      • From “go get it” to “bring it to me”
  • 5. Was there a Web 1.0? Librivox Project Gutenberg Feed readers News web sites RSS feeds (syndication) Static content Picasa Web, Flickr Picasa, Ofoto Del.icio.us My Bookmarks, PortaPortal Google Docs/Zoho Writer Email attachments Wikipedia World Book Online Google/Yahoo! Calendars Outlook Blogs Personal web sites Web 2.0 Web 1.0
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  • 7. Tagging Photo by Cambodia4Kids (Flickr)
  • 8. Where will you find tags?
  • 9. How do web sites use tags? From www.poetryarchive.org
  • 10. Is like “My Bookmarks”?
    • Web-based and free
    • Start by importing existing bookmarks
    • Special bookmark button integrated in browser
    Annotate Shared/private - folder Shared/private - bookmark My Bookmarks del.icio.us Check bookmarks manually Create networks Share Share & discover One folder Multiple tags
  • 11. de.licio.us-ly simple It’s deliciously simple!
  • 12. Only required information - User name - Password Helpful to include email too
  • 13. No need to start from scratch! Import existing bookmarks to start your de.licio.us account (default set to “ private ”)
  • 14. PRIVATE view - 1526
  • 15. PUBLIC view - 335
  • 16. Share link to one or all tags
  • 17. Discover sites by searching tags
  • 18. Keep up with trusted colleagues
  • 19. Tagging as you surf the ‘net Look for a del.icio.us button on blogs and web sites
  • 20. Or click the TAG button in your Firefox or IE browser
  • 21. Add notes and tags then click SAVE
  • 22. Cool, but how can I use it? Photo by Questa Durron (Flickr)
  • 23. del.icio.us @ your library
    • Annotated project guides of online sources
    • Build lists of subject resources with teachers (decide on common tags first)
    • Create a del.icio.us network among librarians in your school district
    • Add a feed of recently tagged items to your library web site (may want to create a unique del.icio.us identity for your library)
  • 24. Integrating on library web site
  • 25. Sample project guide
  • 26. Collaborative Documents
    • “ Word” documents
    • Spreadsheets
    • Slide shows
    • Calendars
    • Databases
    • Google Docs, Spreadsheets, & Presentations
    • Zoho Writer, Zoho Sheet, Zoho Show
  • 27. Like del.icio.us, the only required information is a valid email address and a password
  • 28. Google Account
    • Google Docs, Spreadsheets, & Presentations
    • Google Calendar
    • Google Notebook
    • Google Reader
    • Picasa Web Albums
    • And more…
  • 29. Your documents home page
  • 30. Buttons similar to Word
  • 31. One way to track comments
  • 32. Add images, tables, links…
  • 33. Invite others to work on it Add “viewers” too – people you’d like to see the work in progress, but not change it
  • 34. Publish it
  • 35. What about a backup copy? Save as Word, PDF, or more…
  • 36. Revert to previous versions
  • 37. Spreadsheets similar to Excel Notice the option to discuss (opens up a chat window) – not available in Docs
  • 38. Google Presentation
  • 39. In presentation mode
  • 40. Zoho Writer
  • 41. Zoho Sheet
  • 42. Zoho Show
  • 43. Zoho Show
    • Create slide shows
    • Collaborate with others to make slide shows
    • Upload PPT, PPS, or Open Office
    • Share show and notes
    • Publish show
    • Embed show in a blog
  • 44. SlideShare
    • Upload PDF as well as PPT, PPS & Open Office
    • Allows sharing, but not a tool for creating shows
    • Uploaded shows are automatically public
  • 45. Cool, but how can I use it? Photo by Questa Durron (Flickr)
  • 46. Collaborative documents @ your library
    • Committee members can work on documents together (removes Mac vs. PC obstacle)
    • Face-to-face meetings reduced, and ones you have are more efficient
    • Group work for students or teachers – no more, “Sally has the file on her computer!”
    • Design lessons with teachers when common planning time is a challenge
  • 47. Slideshare embedded in blog
  • 48. Collaborative web sites
    • a.k.a. Wikis
    • “ Wiki-wiki” is Hawaiian for rapidly (name for shuttle at Honolulu International Airport)
    • Can be web-based or server-based
    • Can be free or $$$
    • Today’s focus: web-based and free
    Photo from Orcmid’s Lair
  • 49. Graphic from www.pbwiki.com
  • 50. PB Wiki
  • 51. Simple registration Educational wikis are ad-free
  • 52. Friendly welcome video
  • 53. Start creating! Group project template available Clear choices
  • 54. Buttons similar to Word Text format buttons in visual editor Like to code? You can use the text (code) editor
  • 55. Insert plug-ins Choices include Google calendar, a Gabbly chat window, and more…
  • 56. Generate conversation The ability to add comments to pages is a feature of a wiki
  • 57. Manage your wiki Many wikis offer options like uploading files, changing the look & feel, managing access, setting up notifications, tracking statistics, and more…
  • 58. Wikispaces
  • 59. Plus Plan free for K12 teachers $50/yr value – no ads, option of member-only access, custom themes
  • 60. Welcome screen Menu of all your spaces in Wikispaces
  • 61. Familiar, but fewer buttons Edit existing pages or add new ones Add comments
  • 62. More Wikispaces options Tag pages Integrates CC licensing Like to code? You can use the text editor
  • 63. Manage Wikispaces Upload files, track statistics, change look & feel, manage access, and more…
  • 64. Examples of wikis @ libraries
    • Library Success (a best practices wiki)
    • BizWiki (OhioU subject guide wiki)
    • Staff Wiki (U of Minnesota Libraries)
    • SLJ Summit (held fall 2006)
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  • 69. Cool, but how can I use it? Photo by Questa Durron (Flickr)
  • 70. Wikis @ your library
    • Transform your three-ring binder of helpful information into a wiki
    • Share best practices
    • Procedures manual
    • What is ______ reading? (and discuss it!)
    • Conference planning
  • 71. Photo by Brittney Bush (Flickr)
  • 72. Play before you work…
    • Four favorites
      • Pandora
      • Flickr
      • Yahoo! Calendar (shareable and syncs with Outlook)
      • YouTube
        • March of the Librarians
        • The Machine is Us/ing Us
        • Medieval Help Desk
    Photo by konaboy (Flickr)
  • 73. Tips
    • Think ahead regarding your user name(s)
    • Develop personal standards for your tags
    • Read privacy policies before signing up
    • Join user forums
    • Take advantage of tutorials
    • Carefully consider time vs. benefit
    • Try ONE web 2.0 tool in the next 24 hours
  • 74. Collaboration 2.0
    • Web 2.0
    • Creative Commons
    • Tagging
    • Collaborative bookmarking
    • Collaborative documents
    • Collaborative web sites
  • 75. Photo by J.Star (Flickr)
  • 76. What questions do you have?
  • 77. Thank you!