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Wizzy wild web: a presentation to National Library of Scotland staff by Gill Hamilton

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A presentation I gave to colleagues at National Library of Scotland on the Library's use of Web2.0 technologies followed by some general information for staff about data visualization, cloud …

A presentation I gave to colleagues at National Library of Scotland on the Library's use of Web2.0 technologies followed by some general information for staff about data visualization, cloud computing, mobile computing and fun stuff.

Presentation starts dull deliberately then moves in to a Prezi presentation (you will leave slideshare)

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  • 1. Wizzy wild web Gill Hamilton Systems Librarian Information Systems Development Team Corporate Services
  • 2. Overview
    • Setting the scene
      • Library Strategy and Corporate Plan
    • What is Web2.0 ?
    • Where we are now ?
    • Where we are going ?
    • Issues and opportunities
    • Partnerships and collaboration
    • The future and how we get there
    • Working in Groups with feedback
  • 3. Library Strategy
    • “ Our potential users include researchers, businesses, the education sector at all levels, information professionals and the public in Scotland, the UK and across the world. A vast repository of knowledge is held within our physical and digital collections, and also by our expert staff. Our task is to unlock that knowledge so that it is as widely available as possible to our users and potential users. This requires us to provide a range of services, both for visitors and for those who need or prefer remote services, including both 'traditional' and newly-emerging channels.”
  • 4. Corporate plan
    • JEEZ US! Not another bloody hour of PowerPoint corporate droning ….
    • I wish I hadn’t signed up for this ….
    • I’d rather be
      • Anywhere else OR
      • Reading about uniform headings OR
      • Work on that business case I’ve been putting off OR
      • Have my teeth pulled OR
    You are now thinking …..
  • 5. Did you really think I’d do that to you? On a Friday afternoon? Noooo !