Impact of web 2.0

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One Day National Seminar on 
‘Post-Modernisation of Libraries: Challenges and Opportunities’
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VPM's Joshi-Bedekar College

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Impact of web 2.0

  1. 1. Dr. Sarika Sawant, Asst. Professor SHPT School of Library Science SNDT Women’s University (25th November 2011) One Day National Seminar on ‘Post-Modernisation of Libraries: Challenges and Opportunities’ Organised by VPM's Joshi-Bedekar College Impact of Web 2.0 on Scholarly Communication process
  2. 2. Traditional/formal process of scholarly communication  Researchers, who produce scholarly research,  Publishers, who package scholarly research and create information products,  Libraries, who collect, disseminate, and preserve scholarly research, and  Users, who translate research into new research initiatives, government policy, commercial products, public services, etc.
  3. 3. Collaborative knowledge generation  Open office  Online chat  Instant messaging  Web conferencing  Electronic meeting systems (EMS)  Wikis  Revision control  Document versioning  Document retention  Document sharing  Document repository
  4. 4. Blogs  There are one or several authors that produce entries  Visitors can add comments  New entries and comments do not substitute older ones  It is possible to subscribe in order to receive news via email or through RSS readers.  Entries usually include the source of information, thus validating it.
  5. 5. Social bookmarking:  Social bookmarking is a method for Internet users to organize, store, manage and search for bookmarks of resources online. e.g. CiteULike is is a free service for managing and discovering scholarly references  Reference management software, citation management software or personal bibliographic management software is software for scholars and authors to use for recording and utilising bibliographic citations (references). Once a citation has been recorded, it can be used time and again in generating bibliographies, such as lists of references in scholarly books, articles and essays. e.g. EndNote
  6. 6. Social networking  It provides a variety of means for users to communicate and to share content (papers)  e. g. Academia.edu is a free social networking website and collaboration tool aimed at academics and researchers from all fields.
  7. 7. Workflows  myExperiment  myExperiment makes it easy to find, use and share scientific workflows and other Research Objects, and to build communities.
  8. 8. Podcasts  Authors can share multimedia presentations, written documents, and images, etc.  e. g. iTunes
  9. 9. Wikis  A wiki is a website that allows the creation and editing of any number of interlinked web pages via a web browser using a simplified markup language  arrange for an author, illustrator, storyteller or poet to visit your library or provide display materials for any event you wish to host.
  10. 10. Future of Scholarly communication  No more separate contents and objects that need to be assembled physically and intellectually, but complex electronic platforms that allow using both primary and secondary sources
  11. 11. Thank You

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