Too often we have “protected” the user’s privacy without their consent. We are *forcing* our users to adhere to our values, and then losing them in the process. LibraryThing, Amazon & Google don’t restrict the user’s behaviour – they encourage it.
Through the webpage?
Or though the library’s MySpace? What will the libraries that they experience look like?
The Wikitude AR Travel Guide
Library 2.0 and Beyond
<ul>Library 2.0 and Beyond </ul><ul>MLIS 7505 – May 2010 <li>Applied Technologies in Library Practice
“ What makes a service Library 2.0? Any service, physical or virtual, that successfully reaches users , is evaluated frequently , and makes use of customer input is a Library 2.0 service. Even older, traditional services can be Library 2.0 if criteria are met. Similarly, being new is not enough to make a service Library 2.0.” Service for the next-generation library By Michael E. Casey and Laura C. Savastinuk -- Library Journal, 9/1/2006 Defining Library 2.0
<ul>Some Principles of Library 2.0 </ul><ul><li>The library is everywhere.
--Don’t ignore change – engage & evaluate it. --Put the library’s users first. --Enable and encourage the telling of shared narratives. Libraries embody the hope that we can learn to understand our creations, our neighbors, and ourselves.
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