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Rocaglia, Gino Keynote Pp 090903

  1. 1. SCHOOL LIBRARIES AND SOCIAL NETWORKS Gino Roncaglia – Tuscia University – Viterbo (Italy) for IASL 2009 – Padua, October 2-4 2009
  2. 2. RONCAGLIA – SCHOOL LIBRARIES AND SOCIAL NETWORKS Web 2.0 in eight key concepts 1. User Generated Content (UGC) 2. semantics • formal ontologies • social tagging 3. collaborative filtering 4. RSS feeds 5. embedding, reuse, mash-up 6. social networks 7. page interaction (Ajax, WebApps, widgets) 8. interface design
  3. 3. RONCAGLIA – SCHOOL LIBRARIES AND SOCIAL NETWORKS Web 2.0 in eight key concepts 1. User Generated Content (UGC) 2. semantics • formal ontologies • social tagging 3. collaborative filtering 4. RSS feeds 5. embedding, reuse, mash-up 6. social networks 7. page interaction (Ajax, WebApps, widgets) 8. interface design
  4. 4. RONCAGLIA – SCHOOL LIBRARIES AND SOCIAL NETWORKS Web 2.0 in eight key concepts 1. User Generated Content (UGC) 2. semantics • formal ontologies • social tagging 3. collaborative filtering 4. RSS feeds 5. embedding, reuse, mash-up 6. social networks 7. page interaction (Ajax, WebApps, widgets) 8. interface design
  5. 5. RONCAGLIA – SCHOOL LIBRARIES AND SOCIAL NETWORKS Web 2.0 in eight key concepts 1. User Generated Content (UGC) 2. semantics • formal ontologies • social tagging 3. collaborative filtering 4. RSS feeds 5. embedding, reuse, mash-up 6. social networks 7. page interaction (Ajax, WebApps, widgets) 8. interface design
  6. 6. RONCAGLIA – SCHOOL LIBRARIES AND SOCIAL NETWORKS Web 2.0 in eight key concepts 1. User Generated Content (UGC) 2. semantics • formal ontologies • social tagging 3. collaborative filtering 4. RSS feeds 5. embedding, reuse, mash-up 6. social networks 7. page interaction (Ajax, WebApps, widgets) 8. interface design
  7. 7. RONCAGLIA – SCHOOL LIBRARIES AND SOCIAL NETWORKS Web 2.0 in eight key concepts 1. User Generated Content (UGC) 2. semantics • formal ontologies • social tagging 3. collaborative filtering 4. RSS feeds 5. embedding, reuse, mash-up 6. social networks 7. page interaction (Ajax, WebApps, widgets) 8. interface design
  8. 8. RONCAGLIA – SCHOOL LIBRARIES AND SOCIAL NETWORKS Web 2.0 in eight key concepts 1. User Generated Content (UGC) 2. semantics • formal ontologies • social tagging 3. collaborative filtering 4. RSS feeds 5. embedding, reuse, mash-up 6. social networks 7. page interaction (Ajax, WebApps, widgets) 8. interface design
  9. 9. RONCAGLIA – SCHOOL LIBRARIES AND SOCIAL NETWORKS Web 2.0 in eight key concepts 1. User Generated Content (UGC) 2. semantics • formal ontologies • social tagging 3. collaborative filtering 4. RSS feeds 5. embedding, reuse, mash-up 6. social networks 7. page interaction (Ajax, WebApps, widgets) 8. interface design
  10. 10. RONCAGLIA – SCHOOL LIBRARIES AND SOCIAL NETWORKS Web 2.0 in eight key concepts 1. User Generated Content (UGC) 2. semantics • formal ontologies • social tagging 3. collaborative filtering 4. RSS feeds 5. embedding, reuse, mash-up 6. social networks 7. page interaction (Ajax, WebApps, widgets) 8. interface design
  11. 11. RONCAGLIA – SCHOOL LIBRARIES AND SOCIAL NETWORKS Three tasks for school libraries 1. information literacy 2. active promotion of learning and researching 3. information-driven support for learning and educational activities • with special emphasis on information-driven, web based organized informal learning
  12. 12. RONCAGLIA – SCHOOL LIBRARIES AND SOCIAL NETWORKS social networks • the killing application of web 2.0 • 2/3 of the world on-line population use social network or blogging tools • already in 2007, 97% of US on-line population aged 9-17 was using social network tools • social networks are today more popular than e-mail • social networks are the place to be if we want to implement web- based informal learning
  13. 13. RONCAGLIA – SCHOOL LIBRARIES AND SOCIAL NETWORKS relation-oriented social networks content-sharing social networks relations & content aggregation
  14. 14. RONCAGLIA – SCHOOL LIBRARIES AND SOCIAL NETWORKS a social network page • should not be a ‘placeholder’ • its primary goal is to dynamically aggregate relevant information • well-chosen widgets and applications might actually be useful!
  15. 15. RONCAGLIA – SCHOOL LIBRARIES AND SOCIAL NETWORKS social reading platforms • personal bookshelf • books I own • books I did read • books I want to read • … • collaborative filtering • reading recommendations • book-pal recommendations • books rating, reviews, discussion
  16. 16. RONCAGLIA – SCHOOL LIBRARIES AND SOCIAL NETWORKS social reading platforms
  17. 17. RONCAGLIA – SCHOOL LIBRARIES AND SOCIAL NETWORKS social reading widgets & applications for social networks
  18. 18. RONCAGLIA – SCHOOL LIBRARIES AND SOCIAL NETWORKS more interesting widgets & applications for social networks…
  19. 19. RONCAGLIA – SCHOOL LIBRARIES AND SOCIAL NETWORKS …school and university libraries should be active agents in the world of social networks, not just names within ‘placeholder’ pages. They should not collect ‘fans’: they should dynamically aggregate and share useful content and information, and help users in doing the same…
  20. 20. RONCAGLIA – SCHOOL LIBRARIES AND SOCIAL NETWORKS http://masterel.unitus.it roncaglia@mclink.it

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