Libraries - a place wheer people interact and learn\nLibraries need to be a place where people are inspired, solve problems, collaborate\nDiscovery learning takes place in problem solving situations where the learner draws on his own experience and prior knowledge and is a method of instruction through which students interact with their environment by exploring and manipulating objects, wrestling with questions and controversies, or performing experiments.\n\n\n
Get portable: make yourself and your services mobile.\n\nGet social: understand what social networking tools exist for managing and sharing information.&#xA0; We are becoming increasingly familiar with tools such as Twitter and the Google Suite.&#xA0; The list grows by the day! (FriendFeed, Collexis, VIVO, Mendeley, BibApp, Scientopia, etc.)\n\nFocus on the individual: semantics help build and serve communities, while simultaneously better serving the individual. People join community networks when their individual needs are met. &#xA0;Web 3.0 is about personalizing the information experience.\n\nProvide dynamic content: understand how machines can help deliver content to you. Find the tools that assist you in locating the information your user requires. Widgets and mash-ups:&#xA0; Identify which widget tools would be the best to showcase on your website. Be your own widget by combining or showcasing your services in unlikely places.\n\nOrganization: get involved in the underlying organization of information through the development of ontologies and other Semantic Web standards (RDF, OWL, SPARQL, SKOS, etc.).&#xA0; It&#x2019;s no longer just for catalogers and programmers!\nContextualize your support: &#xA0;How is location important? Are your users device driven? Subject driven?\n\nFiltering: Web 3.0 filters out the stuff that doesn&#x2019;t pertain to your context &#x2013; a time honored role of librarians.&#xA0; Not only are we utilizing the Semantic Web to categorize resources (journal article, book, person, datasets, etc.) but also relationships (author of, employed by, head of) between resources.&#xA0; These semantic relationships help us filter through the information to identify what we need (i.e., all journal articles written by people employed by University of X).\n\n\nhttp://futureready365.sla.org/03/11/become-the-future%E2%80%A6librarian-3-0/\n
Twitter, facebook, RSS, email, book review on library thing\n
Examples from other libraries to inspire your library service have been gathered athttp://www.mentormob.com/index.php/learn/i/ discovery-in-libraries or Scan the QR code below to access the Discovery in Libraries mentormob playlist.
Pictures• Slide 6 - Ideabox - "Bookmobility." What Do Making and Reading Have in Common? Over... N.p., n.d. Web. 13 Sept. 2012. <http://bookmobility.org/post/28917606989/ makingreading>.• Slide 7 - Genius bar "Swiss Army Librarian Â» Frame :: Brian Herzog." Swiss Army Librarian Â» Frame. N.p., n.d. Web. 13 Sept. 2012. <http://www.swissarmylibrarian.net/tag/frame/>. This work by Swiss Army Librarian is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License
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