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Slides accompanying a series of workshops delivered by the RSC South East during Summer 2007

Slides accompanying a series of workshops delivered by the RSC South East during Summer 2007

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  • Visit the RSC South East's YouTube site at http://uk.youtube.com/user/rscsoutheast If that's blocked in your college try Teacher Tube at http://www.teachertube.com/uprofile.php?UID=2097
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  • Sheila Webber's Information Literacy weblog http://information-literacy.blogspot.com/
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  • University of Northampton Information services Blog http://library.northampton.ac.uk/blog/index.php
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  • http://liswiki.org/wiki/Main_Page
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  • The Bookcase – Portsmouth City libraries http://thebookcase.wetpaint.com
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    • 1. Web 2.0 for libraries
      • Wikis , Blogs , RSS Photo sharing , Podcasts , Tagging, Social bookmarking Video sharing virtual worlds
    • 2. What is Web 2.0?
      • The Social web
      • Social networking
      • Social software
      • Shared resources
      • User communities
      • From desktop to web-based tools
      • Personalised space
      • A natural progression of the web?
      • Applications for library?
    • 3. Easy to use…
      • Easy to upload content
      • Easy to create (no HTML knowledge)
      • Easy to share
      • Easy to find – it finds you (RSS)
      • Easy metadata (tagging)
      • Easy to communicate
      • … .easy!... for your learners at least!
    • 4. You might know…
      • Wikipedia
      • Blogger
      • Google Reader
      • Flickr
      • iTunes
      • Librarything
      • De.licio.us
      • YouTube
      • Teachertube
      • Second Life
    • 5. Wikis
      • A website allowing
      • Collaboration
      • Editing
      • Sharing
      • Planning
    • 6. Wikipedia
    • 7. Wikipedia vs Britannica
      • Typifies old vs new
      • Rapid updates vs scheduled editions
      • Many to many vs One to many
      • Currency vs authority?
      • Popular vs academic?
      • Room for both sources, apply info skills
        • Evaluate, question, compare
    • 8. Information Science Wiki
    • 9. Book reviews wiki
    • 10. Blogs
      • Easy web-site creation – no HTML needed
      • Online journal
      • Reflective comments
      • Reader comments
      • Closed or open to all
      • Individual, organisational or themed?
    • 11. Information services blog
    • 12. Information literacy blog
    • 13. RSS
      • Really simple syndication
      • View new content from favourite websites
      • Share new content from your website
      • One click to headlines from all sites
      • The info comes to you – via a reader
      • Automatically updated
    • 14. Photo sharing
      • Flickr, Photobucket, Yotophoto, Picassa
      • Create, upload, share
      • Epitomises social web
      • Flickr as image engine
    • 15. Photosharing
      • Web-based
      • User comments
      • Visual blog
      • Uses include
        • Library newbuild project
        • Display
        • Exhibition
        • Library tour
        • Subject collections
    • 16. Build up your online album
    • 17. Organising - Tagging
      • Common to all applications
      • Allows for searching
      • A basic metadata - folksonomy
      • A basic repository of info / images etc
      • Has limitations
        • Sometimes only single words
        • Inconsistencies, lacking standards
    • 18. Podcasting
      • Audio file + RSS = Podcast
      • Video file + RSS + Vodcast
      • Upload to iTunes
      • Use for
        • library tours
        • Study Skills / Revision notes
        • Presentations
        • Self-paced
    • 19. Social bookmarking
      • Bring favourites list to the web
      • Arrange by topic
      • Share with users
      • Easy reference and retrieval
      • Embed into subject pages on VLE or blog
      • Remember the tagging!
    • 20. RSC SE’s bookmarks rscselinks Regularly Updated , Curriculum topics 50+ Subscribers RSS feed Fortnightly Email to 300+
    • 21. Video Sharing
      • YouTube, Teachertube
      • Host video clips online
      • Reduce the strain on college network
      • Create, upload, share
        • Library inductions
        • Presentations
        • Tutorials
        • Lectures
        • Students’ work (eportfolio?)
    • 22. Social networks – more than my space
      • The quest for the perfect e-Portfolio?
      • Facebook, MySpace, Bebo, Ning
      • Social networks tick many of the boxes
      • Wraps up
        • Blogs
        • Portfolio work
        • Wikis for collaboration
        • Communication – with peers & tutors
    • 23. It’s a Ning thing
      • To contextualise the social web
      • To wrap up the various tools
      • To appreciate the environment students communicate through
      • Please take a look at social networking
      • Here’s one I prepared earlier
      • http://library20.ning.com/group/rscselibrary
      • (Free Membership required – see you there
    • 24. Virtual worlds
      • Second Life
      • Multiplayer online ‘game’
      • Potential for
        • Reference services
        • Information skills
        • Networking
        • Student enrichment
      • Established library presence
        • See infoisland.org
      • Teachers using Moodle & SL
        • See Sloodle.com
      • Library of Congress
      • A Dalek in a library?!
    • 25. Drawbacks
      • College firewalls
      • Bandwidth issues for streaming media
      • PC specifications
      • Duty of care for young learners
      • More educational focus
      • Culture change
      • Social network fatigue?
      • Time!
    • 26. But…
      • Can share information very easily
      • Engages with library users
      • Attract stay away students
      • Forward looking
      • Can reinvigorate existing services
      • Its fun
      • Forget the terminology – look at developing your services making use of appropriate tools
      • Oh, and watch out for Web 3.0!
    • 27. Socially speaking
      • Look out for the RSC South East on your web travels in
      • If you like what you find, share it. Better still try your own