Library2.0 - Will the web 2.0 change everything?

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Library2.0 - Will the web 2.0 change everything?

  1. 1. Will the web 2.0 change everything? Patrick Danowski Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin
  2. 2. Outline • Web 2.0 • Blog and Wikis • Social tagging • User Generated Content • Library 2.0 • Go where the Users are • OPAC 2.0 • Librarian 2.0
  3. 3. Web 2.0
  4. 4. Michael Wesch: The Web is us/ing us URL::
  5. 5. Web 2.0 Characteristics • The network as platform • architecture of participation • Data as driving force • Perpetual beta • Rich User Experience
  6. 6. Web 2.0 Some interesting services
  7. 7. Wiki • wiki is a Hawaiian word meaning quot;quickquot; • Tools for collaborative writing • MediaWiki most known Wiki
  8. 8. Wikisource
  9. 9. Wikisource • Sister-project of Wikipedia • Chosen Sources: • Interesting and specials sources • which are not available in full test
  10. 10. Metadata • No bibliographic standards • Goal: cooperation with libraries • Idea: Downloadable metadata
  11. 11. Weblogs • Web log • We Blog • Blogossphere
  12. 12. Social Tagging • del.icio.us: most known social tagging service: social bookmarking • links with tags from reader • Tag = free keyword
  13. 13. What is a tag?
  14. 14. • Screenshots 2 del.icio.us
  15. 15. • scutdl
  16. 16. Zotero • Plugin for Firefox Browser(> Version 2.0) • Organize your resources while you are browsing them • http://www.zotero.com
  17. 17. Podcasting • „Radio Show“ • available when you like • get it like weblogs via RSS • Everyone can podcast (with free software)
  18. 18. YouTube • Videos published by users • Some produced by user • from very well didactic videos to private films • indexing via social tagging • http://www.youtube.com
  19. 19. Social Networking
  20. 20. MashUp • a combination of different services • e.g. FlickR & Google Maps • Combination via APIs
  21. 21. Library 2.0
  22. 22. Definition Library 2.0 • Loosely defined model • based on principles of the web 2.0 • openness • linking • reuse
  23. 23. Library 2.0 • Open interfaces • Publish own content for reuse • ReMix Culture • Mesh-Ups: addition from different services
  24. 24. http://edoc.ub.uni-muenchen.de
  25. 25. OPAC 2.0
  26. 26. The library goes where the users are
  27. 27. Widgets and Firefox plugins
  28. 28. Services • Pageflake • Netvibes • iGoogle
  29. 29. • netvibes
  30. 30. Firefox Plugins • Open Search works for IE 7.0, too
  31. 31. The library in a virtual reality
  32. 32. Second Life
  33. 33. Librarian 2.0
  34. 34. Librarian 2.0 • Librarians are the base • Web 2.0 is the tool • Curiosity is asked • Just try it out • Librarian 2.0 Manifesto
  35. 35. User Generated Content: New Tasks? Who can be a filer? Librarians can, and they should! http://farm1.static.flickr.com/117/260004685_8d78d
  36. 36. Conclusions • Take a look at web 2.0 • Play with new services • Be open for changes
  37. 37. • Become a librarian 2.0! • Contact: Patrick.Danowski@web.de • http://library20.ning.com/PatrickD

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