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A Lecture at Refresher Course , DAVV, Indore
17-18, Feb, 2012
Dr. Nirmal Kumar Swain
Assistant Professor
Banasthali University
Rajasthan – 304022

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  1. 1. SocialSocial NetworkingNetworkingBy Dr Nirmal Kumar SwainBy Dr Nirmal Kumar Swain A Lecture at Refresher Course , DAVV, Indore 17-18, Feb, 2012
  2. 2. SocialSocial NetworkingNetworkingDr. Nirmal Kumar SwainDr. Nirmal Kumar Swain Assistant ProfessorAssistant Professor Banasthali UniversityBanasthali University Rajasthan – 304022Rajasthan – 304022 nkswainlisfaculty@gmail.com
  3. 3. WEB 2.0WEB 2.0 What is a web 2.0?What is a web 2.0? Why is it important? How can it work for teachers, librarians and information professionals?
  4. 4. What is Web 2.0?What is Web 2.0?  The participatory webThe participatory web  The amateurization of the webThe amateurization of the web  The social webThe social web  The user-focused webThe user-focused web
  5. 5. What is Web 2.0?What is Web 2.0?  The participatory webThe participatory web  The amateurization of the webThe amateurization of the web  The social webThe social web  The user-focused webThe user-focused web
  6. 6. What is Web 2.0?What is Web 2.0?  The Participatory WebThe Participatory Web . It marks the progression from static. It marks the progression from static web pages to dynamic, interactive onesweb pages to dynamic, interactive ones . Read/write web. Read/write web . Sharing, collaboration, & user. Sharing, collaboration, & user involvementinvolvement . Reviews. Reviews . Comment on news stories. Comment on news stories . Upload photos. Upload photos . Share digital videos. Share digital videos
  7. 7. What is Web 2.0?What is Web 2.0?  The Amateurization of the WebThe Amateurization of the Web . The average person can put their work. The average person can put their work on the webon the web ex. Photographers, journalists,ex. Photographers, journalists, aspiring writers, students, etc.aspiring writers, students, etc.
  8. 8. What is Web 2.0?What is Web 2.0?  The Social WebThe Social Web . Social networking and community-. Social networking and community- oriented sitesoriented sites ex. myspace.com, friendster.com,ex. myspace.com, friendster.com, facebook.com, multiply.com,facebook.com, multiply.com, tagged.com, twitter,com, etc.tagged.com, twitter,com, etc.
  9. 9. What is Web 2.0?What is Web 2.0?  The User-focused WebThe User-focused Web . The user needs are catered:. The user needs are catered: participate, organize, read, write & playparticipate, organize, read, write & play onlineonline
  10. 10. Why is it important? WhyWhy is it important? Why use Web 2.0?use Web 2.0?  Value Content CreationValue Content Creation . Custom search engines . Collaboration. Custom search engines . Collaboration . Communication . Communication. Communication . Communication . Web-based journals/blogs . Outreach. Web-based journals/blogs . Outreach . Wikis . Instruction. Wikis . Instruction . Podcasts . Training. Podcasts . Training . Videos and photos . Resource. Videos and photos . Resource . Library marketing development. Library marketing development
  11. 11. Why is it important? WhyWhy is it important? Why use Web 2.0?use Web 2.0?  Patron InteractionPatron Interaction . Web 2.0 tools allow libraries to enter. Web 2.0 tools allow libraries to enter into a genuine conversation with theirinto a genuine conversation with their users.users. . Libraries are able to seek out and. Libraries are able to seek out and receive patron feedback and respondreceive patron feedback and respond directly.directly.
  12. 12. Why is it important?Why is it important? Why use Web 2.0?Why use Web 2.0?
  13. 13. Why is it important? WhyWhy is it important? Why use Web 2.0?use Web 2.0?  Participation in Knowledge CommunitiesParticipation in Knowledge Communities . Web 2.0 Social networks:. Web 2.0 Social networks: myspace.com, multiply.com,myspace.com, multiply.com, tagged.com, facebook.com, twitter.comtagged.com, facebook.com, twitter.com friendster.com, etc.friendster.com, etc.
  14. 14. Why is it important? WhyWhy is it important? Why use Web 2.0?use Web 2.0?  CollaborationCollaboration Assist libraries and librarians to workAssist libraries and librarians to work with distant libraries or colleagues.with distant libraries or colleagues.
  15. 15. Web 2.0 Best PracticesWeb 2.0 Best Practices  Create technical requirementsCreate technical requirements  Check out what others are doingCheck out what others are doing  Ask the community for helpAsk the community for help  PrototypePrototype  Consider different types of solutionsConsider different types of solutions
  16. 16. How can it Work forHow can it Work for Librarians and InformationLibrarians and Information Specialists?Specialists?  With the advent of Web 2.0, we findWith the advent of Web 2.0, we find ourselves in an age of participation – aourselves in an age of participation – a time when all users are empowered totime when all users are empowered to contribute, regardless of background orcontribute, regardless of background or position.position.
  17. 17. Web 2.0 Tools forWeb 2.0 Tools for LibrariansLibrarians  Blogs – a blog, or weblog, is an online journalBlogs – a blog, or weblog, is an online journal or web site on which articles are posted andor web site on which articles are posted and displayed in chronological order.displayed in chronological order. . Subject resources, book reviews, library. Subject resources, book reviews, library news, discussion groupsnews, discussion groups . Blogging software:. Blogging software: http://wordpress.comhttp://wordpress.com http://www.livejournal.comhttp://www.livejournal.com http://www.blogger.comhttp://www.blogger.com
  18. 18. Web 2.0 Tools forWeb 2.0 Tools for LibrariansLibrarians  RSS and NewsreadersRSS and Newsreaders . Really Simple Syndication is a technology. Really Simple Syndication is a technology that enables publishers to syndicate news andthat enables publishers to syndicate news and other contents on the webother contents on the web Libraries are keeping up to date byLibraries are keeping up to date by subscribing to news & information sources viasubscribing to news & information sources via RSS feeds.RSS feeds.
  19. 19. Web 2.0 Tools forWeb 2.0 Tools for LibrariansLibrarians  WIKIS – Wiki technology provides anWIKIS – Wiki technology provides an area for effortless collaboration andarea for effortless collaboration and knowledge sharing among a communityknowledge sharing among a community of users without any programmingof users without any programming knowledge. Features: add a new page,knowledge. Features: add a new page, edit page, search, comments, files andedit page, search, comments, files and attachments, revision comparison.attachments, revision comparison.
  20. 20. Web 2.0 Tools forWeb 2.0 Tools for LibrariansLibrarians  Social BookmarkingSocial Bookmarking . Allow users to bookmark favorite web. Allow users to bookmark favorite web site articles, blog posts, podcasts,site articles, blog posts, podcasts, images, & other web-based materials forimages, & other web-based materials for future retrieval.future retrieval. ex.ex. http://del.icio.ushttp://del.icio.us www.furl.netwww.furl.net
  21. 21. Web 2.0 Tools forWeb 2.0 Tools for LibrariansLibrarians  PhotosharingPhotosharing . Users are uploading, rating, reviewing,. Users are uploading, rating, reviewing, annotating, searching, browsing, tagging,annotating, searching, browsing, tagging, & creating a wealth of personal, cultural& creating a wealth of personal, cultural & historical digital image collections.& historical digital image collections. ex.ex. www.flicker.comwww.flicker.com www.photobucket.comwww.photobucket.com www.picazza.comwww.picazza.com
  22. 22. Web 2.0 Tools forWeb 2.0 Tools for LibrariansLibrarians  Social catalogingSocial cataloging . Enable users to create personal. Enable users to create personal catalogs of their book, CD, DVD, & gamecatalogs of their book, CD, DVD, & game collections, and share them with others.collections, and share them with others. ex. www.librarything.comex. www.librarything.com
  23. 23. Web 2.0 Tools forWeb 2.0 Tools for LibrariansLibrarians  Video SharingVideo Sharing . Enable users to share, rate, comment,. Enable users to share, rate, comment, watch & gather around video content freewatch & gather around video content free of charge and technical expertise.of charge and technical expertise. . Amateur filmmakers, karaoke. Amateur filmmakers, karaoke hopefuls, & even talented pets have allhopefuls, & even talented pets have all been given a venue to display their work.been given a venue to display their work. ex. youtube.comex. youtube.com
  24. 24. Web 2.0 Tools forWeb 2.0 Tools for LibrariansLibrarians  Online Chatting – is the exchange of typed-inOnline Chatting – is the exchange of typed-in messages requiring one site as the repositorymessages requiring one site as the repository for the messages (or "chat site") and a group offor the messages (or "chat site") and a group of users who take part from anywhere on theusers who take part from anywhere on the Internet.Internet. . Yahoo messenger. Yahoo messenger . Google talk. Google talk . Skype. Skype . Meebo. Meebo
  25. 25. Web 2.0 Tools forWeb 2.0 Tools for LibrariansLibrarians  Online Text Messaging – Provides textOnline Text Messaging – Provides text messaging from internet to cellmessaging from internet to cell phone/mobile phone.phone/mobile phone.  Ex. Chikka.comEx. Chikka.com Yahoo messengerYahoo messenger
  26. 26. ThanksThanks Dr N K SwainDr N K Swain Bye byeBye bye

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