Web 2.0: Redefining Your Library

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Web 2.0: Redefining Your Library. Beaver Regional Group April 19, 2007. Presented by Beth Shenefiel. Why Web 2.0. libraries evolve as our users' information culture evolves * Were the information experts! Collaboration Advocacy/Marketing (Branding). - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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<ul><li><p>Web 2.0: Redefining Your LibraryBeaver Regional GroupApril 19, 2007Presented by Beth Shenefiel</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>Why Web 2.0libraries evolve as our users' information culture evolves*Were the information experts!CollaborationAdvocacy/Marketing (Branding)</p><p>* April 12, 2007 blog posting by Laura Cohen, from her blog, Library 2.0, an Academics perspective. [http://liblogs.albany.edu/library20/]</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>Where Weve BeenOPACs and DatabasesLibrary WebpagesLibrary AutomationE-mail/ChatSearch Engines</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>What is Web 2.0Phrase coined by OReilly Media in 2004refers to a perceived second generation of web-based servicessuch as social networking sites, wikis, communication tools, and folksonomiesthat emphasize online collaboration and sharing among users *AKA the read/write web</p><p>* "Web 2.0." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. 18 Mar 2007, 09:03 UTC. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. 18 Mar 2007 . </p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>What is Web 2.0Web 2.0 is Us/ing Us</p><p>Web 2.0 technologies are transforming the way people use the Internet.Our patrons are no longer just reading the Web, they are creating, contributing, and collaborating.</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>Web 2.0: Talk the TalkRSS FeedsBlogsPodcastsWikisFlickrYouTubeGamingdel.icio.us Folksonomy TagsCreative CommonsSocial Networking</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>Getting StartedMost Web 2.0 technologies are free, but require registrationE-mailUsername/ Password</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>BlogsShort for weblog An online journal with entries posted in reverse chronological order (newer entries first)Readers can post comments to respond to the bloggers entryA new blog is created every second!** Tech Tools for learning, Access Learning. Jan. 2006. www.ciconline.org/accesslearning (April 8, 2007.)</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>Blogs: Talk the TalkVloga video blogBlurker a person who reads a blog regularly, but does not post comments.Blogospherea term that encompasses all blogs as a community or social network.1</p><p>1. "Blogosphere." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. 14 Apr 2007, 21:06 UTC. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. 15 Apr 2007 . </p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>Library BlogsAASL WeblogALA Tech SourceHey JudeThe Shifted LibrarianLibrary GrantsLibrary Weblogs- Includes links to library blogs around the world</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>PodcastingA podcast is a similar to a radio or television broadcast. Available through the internetSound or videoPortable Subscribe or Stream Podcasting involves creating content, producing the podcast, and then making the podcast available to an audience.</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>Podcasting in the LibraryDowling College Library PodcastsFairfield University Sunnyvale Public LibraryIsenglass Award- Hopkinton HSVBB Booktalks-to-Go</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>WikisFrom the Hawaiian word wiki which means quick.Build/edit a website with no programming or HTML. Anyone can edit the content and edits are instantly visible. Many authors determine the structure and content.Can include internal and external hyperlinks, sound, movies and graphics. Asynchronous communication and community collaboration. Must be monitored</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>Wikis: Article</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>Wikis: Discussion</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>Wikis: Edit (reallyyoure allowed)</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>Editing WikisReview policy and conventions Start editing Type your changes Summarize your changes Preview before saving Save changesFrom Help:Editing, Wikimedia Meta Wiki. 2007. [http://meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Help:Editing&amp;action=history]</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>Wikis: History</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>Library WikisWikipedia AASL Learning Standards wiki Library Success WikiBeaver Regional Group Wiki</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>AggregatorsAn aggregator or news aggregator or feed reader is a client software that uses web feed to retrieve syndicated web content such as blogs, podcasts, vlogs, and mainstream mass media websites...1</p><p>1 "Aggregator." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. 14 Apr 2007, 18:45 UTC. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. 15 Apr 2007 . </p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>AggregatorsBloglines- Online service for searching, subscribing, creating and sharing news feeds, blogs and rich web content.Google Reader- Free to use with a Gmail account. </p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>RSS FeedsRSS stands for Rich Site Summary or Real Simple SyndicationReaders "subscribe" to the content using RSS so they dont have to visit the site itself to get the information they want.To view the information you use an aggregator. The aggregator checks the sites you subscribe to, and it sends the new content to a folder so that you can read it when you want.</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>Subscribing to an RSS Feed:1. Choose the feed</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>Subscribing to an RSS Feed:2. Copy the URL</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>Subscribing to a Feed:3. Open your Aggregator</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>Subscribing to an RSS Feed4. Paste URLPaste the URL and Click Subscribe</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>Subscribing to an RSS Feed:5. Choose options and subscribeClick Subscribe</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>Folksonomy and TagsFolksonomy- a user generated taxonomy used to categorize and retrieve Web pages, photographs, Web links and other web content using open ended labels called tags. Tags-a (relevant) keyword or term associated with or assigned to a piece of information (like picture, article, or video clip), thus describing the item and enabling keyword-based classification of information it is applied to. </p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>TaggingUsers to create subject headingsUsers can follow both standardized and user-tagged subjects; whichever makes most sense to them.</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>Tags</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>Tags</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>del.icio.usSocial BookmarkingStore your bookmarks onlineUse tags to organize your bookmarksView the book marks of othersA collection of favorite sitesAccessible from any computer with internet accessNo folders</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>Social NetworkingWebsites created for the purpose of interacting with othersMySpaceFacebookProfessional networking?LibraryThing.comRevish.com</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>MySpace and LibrariesAnnArbor District LibraryHennepin County LibraryDenver Public LibraryYALSA</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>MySpace and AuthorsRachel CohnJulie Anne Peters Meg CabotK. L. Going</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>Creative CommonsWant to Share?</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>Creative Commons LicensesAttributionNon commercialNo Derivative worksShare Alike</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>Web 2.0: Safety and PrivacyDoes What Happens In Facebook Stay in FacebookCyberbullying</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>Redefining the Library or Library 2.0It is user-centered. It provides a multi-media experience.It is socially rich . It is communally innovative. </p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>Ann Arbor District Library</p><p>Incorporating such tools as blogs and RSS feeds, AADL's Web portal also recently garnered accolades from the Library Administration and Management Association (LAMA) in its 2006 Best of Show competition.</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p><p>Sheet1</p><p>Website Usage StatisticsFeb. 2006Feb. 2006% Change</p><p>Stat Visits77,277108,60140%</p><p>Unique Visitors28,20633,51818%</p><p>Ave. Visits per Visitor2.743.2418%</p><p>Average Visits per Day2,7603,87840%</p><p>Pages Per Visit5.6017.70216%</p><p>Registered Usersunknown22,272(over 50% of patrons)</p><p>Sheet2</p><p>Sheet3</p></li><li><p>Moving toward Library 2.0Email reference/Q&amp;A pagesText-based tutorialsEmail mailing lists, webmasters Controlled classification schemesOPAC Catalog of largely reliable print and electronic holdingsChat referenceStreaming media tutorials with interactive databasesBlogs, wikis, RSS feeds Tagging coupled with controlled schemes Personalized social network interface Catalog of reliable and suspect holdings, web-pages, blogs, wikis, etc. </p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>23 ThingsThis activity was created by the Public Library of Charlotte &amp; Mecklenburg County Learning 2.0 Blog includes 23 things that you can do on the web to explore and expand your knowledge of the Internet and Web 2.0. Library staff were encouraged to complete all 23 items in order to receive a free USB/MP3 player. </p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>Next StepsAre you sold?Are you curious?Challenge:Join Wikispaces and contribute to the Beaver Regional Group wikiSubscribe to a blogComplete the 23 thingsGo to: http://www.bookbird.wikispaces.com revisit these topics and learn something new!</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p></li><li><p>Questions/Final Thoughts</p><p>Remember. Web 2.0 is about:ConvenienceCommunicationCollaboration</p><p>M. E. Shenefiel</p><p>.</p></li></ul>