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Unfinished notes from workshop 5 at ELAG 2007
Unfinished notes from workshop 5 at ELAG 2007
Unfinished notes from workshop 5 at ELAG 2007
Unfinished notes from workshop 5 at ELAG 2007
Unfinished notes from workshop 5 at ELAG 2007
Unfinished notes from workshop 5 at ELAG 2007
Unfinished notes from workshop 5 at ELAG 2007
Unfinished notes from workshop 5 at ELAG 2007
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Unfinished notes from workshop 5 at ELAG 2007

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These unfinished notes are part of the report from workshop 5 (Library 2.0 : What's in a name). The complete report is available at the blog http://ws5e.wordpress.com

These unfinished notes are part of the report from workshop 5 (Library 2.0 : What's in a name). The complete report is available at the blog http://ws5e.wordpress.com

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  • 1. Unfinished notes From ELAG workshop 5 2007: Library 2.0: What is in a name? [email_address]
  • 2. Who needs it?
    • It is not really a question, unless we decide to fight it
      • Which we do not
    • Should we leave it to ”the others”?
      • No, we would not like to do that
      • Because then we will be marginalized
    • We have to take part!
    • So: Join ”them”
  • 3. Trust
    • Do we trust the users?
      • As contributors of content
      • As subject cataloguers
      • Too choose their own suppliers of content and other services
    • Or just pretending to?
    • The general attitude is perhaps not very trusting
    • Should we?
  • 4. Are they attracted by us?
    • We (the libraries) are offering a category of content not present on amazon.com
    • Attracting users is really a 1.0 thing
    • Visibility?
    • Who is clicking through whom?
    • Transparency vs invisibility
  • 5. Multilingualism
    • Separating content from presentation helps
    • Social tagging might help
    • Automatic translation as an open service
      • E.g for translating queries
  • 6. FRBR 2.0
    • OAI-ORE meets FRBR
    • Social ”FRBRization”
    • Complement - not replace
  • 7. Remember that
    • Library 2.0 offers us new possibilities to offer our services, helps us to increase our status, increase funding
  • 8. We need to know more
    • About the actual user behaviour
    • Are the users really disappearing?
    • We need feedback!

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