2.0 much to do workshop

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Slides to support the workshop "2.0 much to do: how, when and why should library staff find out about web 2.0, and what does it mean for information literacy?"

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2.0 much to do workshop

  1. 1. 2.0 much to do: how, when and why should library staff find out about web 2.0, and what does it mean for information literacy? Jenny Evans Liaison Librarian, Natural Sciences Ruth Harrison Team Leader: Learning Development © Imperial College London
  2. 2. Background • Today’s workshop  Presentation and notes in SlideShare – look under http://www.slideshare.net/learning20 • Web 2.0, Learning 2.0 and 23 Things  Programme opening workshop presentation http://www.slideshare.net/learning20/learning-20-introductory- workshop-presentation
  3. 3. Web 2.0 and learning development • Library staff • Teaching staff • Learning Technologists • Students • Non-academic staff • Research staff
  4. 4. Learning 2.0 admin wiki (hands-on) URL http://learning20imperial.wetpaint.com Username: lilac2009 Password: lilac2009 This logs you in as a ‘registered user’ which means that you can view the site and post comments (known as threads) • How we used our wiki to plan the programme
  5. 5. Learning 2.0 programme blog (hands-on) URL to view blog: http://learning20atimperial.wordpress.com/ URL to log into blog: http://wordpress.com/ Username:lilacworkshop Password: lilacworkshØp • Programme highlights
  6. 6. Evaluation of programme: from the Learning 2.0 team • Time  Learning 2.0 team and participants • Content • Factors outside our control • What we got out of it!
  7. 7. Evaluation of programme: the participants Self-assessment of knowledge as expert/good before and after Learning 2.0 • Pre-course and post-course surveys • Key results • Statistics
  8. 8. Future developments (RH) • Incorporation to UG and PG teaching programmes • Inclusion within general staff development programmes • Continuation of library staff programme • Use of web 2.0 tools and technologies at Imperial Libraries: Twitter, blogs, wikis (staff), podcasting, teaching ...

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