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A presentation prepared for a workshop on Library 2.0 in TAFE, New South Wales, Australia

A presentation prepared for a workshop on Library 2.0 in TAFE, New South Wales, Australia

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  • 1. WEB 2.0 and LIBRARY 2.0 In a TAFE Classroom Tony Whittingham “ 20:20 Vision” TAFE NSW Library Conference 2007 AIMS OF THIS PRESENTATION library services To assist you to evaluate the potential of: Web2.0 technologies for education and
  • 2. Web 2.0 : Do it yourself , Collaboration, Interaction, Multimedia I shall update my library blog, add information to the library wiki, and record a “How to use the Library” podcast. LIBRARY 2.0
  • 3. I use the subject’s wiki to access instructions, resources, participate in discussions and plan my projects. I use my blog to promote my projects I use Web2.0 software to produce my projects. STUDENTS USING WEB 2.0
  • 4. SCENARIO You are attending lectures for the Library 2.0 Diploma. Your group will be required to complete a range of Web 2.0 tasks. A class wiki has been created with instructions, resources, examples and tutorials to help you complete your tasks. WIKI: Add your group’s resources, comments and discussions to your class wiki space. VODCAST: Record and upload to YouTube your group’s video, “A Tour Through a TAFE Library”. PODCAST: Record and upload to Podomatic an interview with your group, “The Future of Libraries”. BLOG: 1. Post reports on the progress of your group’s Podcast and Vodcast projects. 2. Provide links to the group’s Podcast and Vodcast. WEB 2.0 TASKS
  • 5. WEB2.0 VTE MODEL SUBJECT WIKI Instructions Resources Student work spaces Discussion forums Web2.0 Host Services e.g. Podomatic - YouTube ShareFile - Flickr PRODUCE Students’ Blogs Messages Promote Showcase PRESENT Students’ Community Participatory learning Collaboration - Sharing Peer review PLAN PREPARE
  • 6. WIKI SUBJECTS PORTAL Protected wiki – only registered students can add content, use work spaces and participate in discussions. Participatory learning Collaboration - Sharing Peer review Wiki Subject Instructions Resources Student work spaces Discussion forums TEACHER STUDENTS Students’ Community PREPARE AND PLAN
  • 7. Students Web 2.0 Exercise Subject: Instructional Design 1. Research your topic. 2. Create a instruction for your topic. Include: A user guide, video lesson, podcast interview 3. Add your instruction to the class Wiki Book 4. Promote and link in your blog. 1. Starting school
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  • 9. by Mary Students Web 2.0 Exercise Subject: ESOL (Computer Awareness) 1. Research your topic. 2. Add your content to your topic page in our class wiki. 3. Add your comments to other students’ pages
  • 10. 1. Create a video summarising your achievements in this subject. 2. Embed the video in the class wiki. 2. Promote and create a link to the video in your blog Student’s Web 2.0 Exercise Subject: Conceptual Skills
  • 11. Uses generic workplace technologies. Teach about AND teach with. Makes teaching and learning interesting and fun. WHY W E B 2.0 ? i n V T E Emphasises essential skills for the 21 st Century WHY WEB 2.0 ? COLLABORATION – COMMUNICATION - CREATIVITY
  • 12. Personal Information Portals Campus Community Library 2.0 Support for Vocational Training and Education (VTE) BLOGS * News * Resources * Services WIKIS * Share * Participate * Collaborate PODCASTS * Training * Events * Interviews WEB SITE * Resources * Services Campus Community PULL INFORMATION PUSH INFORMATION FEEDBACK E SEARCH ENGINES RSS FEEDS STATIC INFORMATION DYNAMIC INFORMATION
  • 13. Library’s Application of Push and Pull Technology PUSH Students using information portals PULL Students using search engines BLOG FEEDS BLOGS
  • 14. PERSONAL INFORMATION PORTAL Using PUSH and PULL technologies for library information updates Pageflakes [email_address] PUSH PULL PULL
  • 15. Thank you Tony Whittingham If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need.  ~Cicero
  • 16. You are using PULL technology when you use the Internet/Intranet, to locate and download information. You are using PUSH technology when you allow information to be sent automatically to your computer. Websites Blogs - Wikis Personal Information Portal eMail – RSS - Podcasts PUSH AND PULL INFORMATION RETRIEVAL
  • 17. Library 2.0 is about encouraging and enabling a library’s community of users to participate, contributing their own views on resources they have used and new ones to which they might wish access. will they be used to further knowledge, or will they simply create more work for librarians? quotes from:
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  • 19. Students Web 2.0 Exercise Subject: ESOL 1. Locate images for your country. of origin. 2. Create a digital story and add to our class wiki. 3. Add your comments to other students’ stories. (Computer Awareness)
  • 20. Students Web 2.0 Exercise Subject: ESOL 1. Locate images for your country. of origin. 2. Create a digital story and add to our class wiki. 3. Add your comments to other students’ stories. (Computer Awareness)
  • 21. Students Web 2.0 Exercise Subject: Industry Studies 1. Write a script for an interview with an ‘ industry expert’. 2. Record interview. 3. Create podcast. 4. Promote and create a link to your podcast in your blog. Interview with Author

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