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Introduction to Web 2.0, Library 2.0 and Science 2.0 for the International Institute of Social Studies of Erasmus University Rotterdam

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  • 1. Web 2.0, Library 2.0, Science 2.0
    Wouter Gerritsma
    Wageningen UR Library
    &wowter.net

2. Introduction
3. http://wowter.pbwiki.com
http://wowter.net
http://www.wowter.nl/blog
http://nlbiblioblogs.pbwiki.com
4. 5. The internet, the Web and beyond
Web 2.0
The library
Science 2.0
6. 7. 8. 9. Revolution or evolution?
1969-1980 Internet
1989 Sir Tim Berners Lee proposal for the Web
1991 First Web server, Web site and Web browser
2000 Dot.com crash
2004 First Web 2.0 conference
2005 Web 2.0, Library 2.0, Science 2.0
Now: Semantic Web, Web 3.0
10. Different meanings of Web 2.0
The social Web
The do-it-yourself Web
The customizable Web
The machine readable Web
The communication Web
More and more hybrid applications
11. The socialWeb
Collaboration
Communities
discussion:
ning
flickr-groups
....
sociale networks:
linked-in
hyves
plaxo
facebook
...
Collaboration:
wikis
centraldesktop
google docs
...
Exchange & discover:
delicious
librarything
tagclouds
...
stumbleupon
digg
reddit
...
12. The do-it-yourself Web
Publish
Tag
Rate
Broadcasting
On YouTube
blogs
wikis
Tagging
Socialbookmarking
Photos
in Flickr
presentations
On Slideshare
Book reviews
on Librarything,
Amazon, ....
13. socialbookmarking
social/personal searching
personal homepage/startpage
Google CSE
Rollyo
delicious
furl
connotea
citeUlike
...
netvibes
iGoogle
pageflakes
...
stumbleupon
digg
reddit
eKudos
...
The customizable Web
14. The machine readable Web
rss-feeds
mash-ups
integration& interoperability
integration
Google Books
with.....
widgets & gadgets
in startpage
integrationwith
Google-maps
plaxointegrates
different social
networks
integration of
sociaal networks
withmail-account
......
15. blogs(text, podcasts, vodcasts....)
chat(text, sound, images)
Leavingcomments
Discussion platforms
The communication Web
16. In essence
Social Web
Users can add, publish, enrich, comment, mix and share
The user in focus
Technical component
Javascript & xml (AJAX)
Modular
Mash-up
17. Source: Where is Lotte?
18. Engage
Source::Blue RidersEusocialSurfing
From his e-mail response (quotedwithpermission)
19. In our collection
20. 21. Uptake op Web 2.0 tools in academic libraries
Source: Xu et al. (2009)
22. Not without problems
23. Scientist cooperate using new media
24. Organize and share knowledge
25. Podcasts and more
26. Sociale networks
Facebook largest social network
Hyves most popular in the Netherlands
Specialised scholarly networks
Many in the medical world
27. Social Science 2.0
Web 2.0 enables social scientists to explore everyday life in new and innovative ways. This research can be completely unobtrusive; it can also be more interactive and participatory.
Source: Snee (2008)