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  • Use of Web 2.0 : Teaching/Learning activities Binod Kumar Yadav Senior Librarian B. P. Koirala Institute of Health sciences, Dharan Email: yadavbinodkumar@yahoo.com 1
  • WHAT ‘S WEB 2.0?It can most easily be defined in relation to what the web originally was(Web 1.0) Web 1.0 Text based html with some images Broadcast medium Slow connection speeds Limited interactivity Expensive software 2
  • WEB 2.0Speed – Broadband connectivity and high speed wireless and mobile connections.Web based software and applicationsPlatform based services e.g. YouTube, Blogger etc.User generated contentComplex social interaction 3
  • Rich media content - audio video etc.Democratization 4
  • WEB 2.0 DEFINED“A second generation of services available on the World Wide Web that let people collaborate, and share information online. In contrast to the Web 2.0 gives users an experience first generation, closer to desktop applications than the traditional static Web pages.” 5
  • WEB 2.0: EVOLUTION TOWARDS A READ/WRITE 6 PLATFORMCompanies CommunitiesHTML XML
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  • WEB 2.0 CONCEPTSSocial - shared, open collection, browsable, linkableParticipative - massively multi-user, web-based applicationsTagging - organize/ categorize with keywords - flat, non-hierarchical 8
  • WEB 2.0 APPLICATIONS 9
  • Allow our customers toReaching more The library is everywhere tailor our services to meetusers The library has no barriers their needs What library experts are The library invites participation, saying about Library 2.0 Interactivity, sharing Emphasis on ease of use Getting information into the Crafting websites which will hands of users wherever meet the long-tail/unique they are by using whatever needs of our users best tools are available A SirsiDynix Institute Conversation: The 2.0 Meme - Web 2.0, Library 2.0, Librarian 2.0 Video presentation http://www.sirsidynixinstitute.com/viewvideo.php?vid=20060222.wmv
  • WEB 2.0 TOOLS 11
  • CATEGORIES OF WEB 2.0 TOOLS Teaching & Learning(Social Book Marking)Teaching & Learning(Publishing & Sharing)Teaching & Learning (Referencing & bibliographical service)Open Source Software(OSS)Technical Support 12
  • Media Content/ SharingProductivityOnline PublishingBlogsSocial NetworkingGeographical toolReference contentWiki 13
  • SOCIAL BOOK MARKING FOR ACADEMIC USE1. Delicious ( http://delicious.com)2. Diigo ( www.diigo.com)3. CiteUlike (www.citeulike.com)4. Connotea (www.connotea.org)5. Google Bookmarks( www.google.com/bookmarks) 14
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  • SHARING & PUBLISHING1. Slideshare (www.slideshare.net)2. Scribd ( www.scribd.com)3. Authorstream(www.authorstream.com)4. Zotero (www.zotero.org)5. Docstoc (www.docstoc docstoc.com) docstoc 17
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  • REFERENCING & BIBLIOGRAPHICAL TOOL1 EasyBib (www.easybib easybib.com) easybib2. Refworks (www.refworks.com)3. Landmark Citation Machine (www.citationmachine.net) 22
  • OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE (OSS (OSS)1. Automation – Koha2. Digitization- Dspace, GSDL Millions OSS available on net. www. Sourceforge .net 23
  • OSS: KOHA• Customizable Web-based Interfaces• All Core Modules (cataloguing, circulation, serials, reporting)• Enhanced patron services e.g. Online reservations , Borrower suggestions support• Web 2.0 feature: RSS feed, user tagging, user login, user comments• Notification• Authentic circulation (Security)• Stable technologies- a large number of libraries using around the globe• Set up online union catalogue.• Online Public Access catalogue(OPAC) 24
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  • PRODUCTIVITYGlogster (www.glogster glogster.com) glogsterPrezi (www.prezi.com)Chartgo (www.chart chartgo.com ) chartAnimoto (www.animoto.com) 26
  • ONLINE PUBLISHINGScratch (www. scratch scratch.mit.edu)Myebook (www.myebook myebook.com) myebookGoogleDocs(https://docs.google.com) 27
  • Storage Purpose4shared (www.4shared 4shared.com) 4sharedScreencast (www.screencast screencast.com) screencast Media Content/SharingFlickr (www.flickr flickr.com) flickrMemplai ( www.memplai.com)YouTube (www.youtube youtube.com) youtube 28
  • SOCIAL NETWORKING TOOLSFacebook (www.facebook.com)MyspaceEdmodo (www.edmodo.com)Twitter 29
  • REFERENCE CONTENTForvo (www.forvo forvo.com ) forvoDictionary.com BlogsBloggerMySpaceWordPressLivejournal 30
  • GEOGRAPHICAL TOOLGoogle EarthBubbl.us etc WIKIPbwiki (www.pbwiki.com)Wikispaces (www.wikispaces.com)JotspotWikipedia , wetpaint(www.wetpaint.com), etc. 31
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  • Web 2.0 allows l to:Createcontributecollaborateconnectshareparticipate in a learning community 33
  • General Citation e.g. Subject Registers indexes ASSIA specific e.g. MEDLINE Evidence- basedResearchCouncils Reference Databases Research lists Contact with researchers/ practitioners SOURCES OPACs Handsearching Grey literature Conference Pharmaceutical Databases proceedings industry Direct Internet Published Indexes contact copies 34
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  • 36 SOCIAL BOOK MARKING - Founded by Joshu Schachter in 2003 - It is a practice of saving book mark to a public website & tagging them with keywords - These are just annotated URLsUses Accessibility: web based storage Organisation: keyword/ tagging
  • 37SOCIAL BOOK MARKING CONTD… Collaboration - students, friends, professional community etc. Assignment- to consult book marked resource Same sources for further use Keep tract on the new development Personal archive Privacy
  • WEB: SEARCHING & ACCESSProblems: Too much information I Most of the sites I can’t find the useful retrieve aren’t relevant to my query How can I make my search more specific? 38
  • 39SOCIAL BOOK MARKING VS FAVORITE save on the Internet Only in one computer i.e. Millions of computers Tagged resources will No such facility, added remain same even if resource vanished ones the website changes system get formatted. Tagged resources shared Not shared Access by anybody at anytime Inaccessible from from anywhere remote location
  • 40DELICIOUS -It is a social bookmarking service that allows users to tag, save, manage and share resources on the Internet. Delicious - Integrative approach to sharing, teaching and learning.
  • DELICIOUS CONTD… 41 Why should we use social book marking? We have already discussed for the need of it. Generally, we come across the problem like: -Unable to access relevant resources. - difficult to access the same resources.
  • 42DELICIOUS CONTD… What can we do? Book mark any site on the Internet, and get to it from anywhere, at anytime and by anybody. Share book marks and get book marks in return. Store and discover the most useful book mark on the web Install button in browser
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