Web 2.0, Library 2.0 and Science 2.0 for the ISS

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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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<ul><li> 1. Web 2.0, Library 2.0, Science 2.0<br />Wouter Gerritsma<br />Wageningen UR Library<br />&amp;wowter.net<br /></li></ul> <p> 2. Introduction<br /> 3. http://wowter.pbwiki.com<br />http://wowter.net<br />http://www.wowter.nl/blog<br />http://nlbiblioblogs.pbwiki.com<br /> 4. 5. The internet, the Web and beyond<br />Web 2.0<br />The library<br />Science 2.0<br /> 6. 7. 8. 9. Revolution or evolution?<br />1969-1980 Internet<br />1989 Sir Tim Berners Lee proposal for the Web<br />1991 First Web server, Web site and Web browser<br />2000 Dot.com crash<br />2004 First Web 2.0 conference<br />2005 Web 2.0, Library 2.0, Science 2.0<br />Now: Semantic Web, Web 3.0<br /> 10. Different meanings of Web 2.0<br />The social Web<br />The do-it-yourself Web<br />The customizable Web<br />The machine readable Web<br />The communication Web<br />More and more hybrid applications<br /> 11. The socialWeb<br />Collaboration<br />Communities<br />discussion:<br />ning<br />flickr-groups<br />....<br />sociale networks:<br />linked-in<br />hyves<br />plaxo<br />facebook<br />...<br />Collaboration:<br />wikis<br />centraldesktop<br />google docs<br />...<br />Exchange &amp; discover: <br />delicious<br />librarything<br />tagclouds<br />...<br />stumbleupon<br />digg<br />reddit<br />...<br /> 12. The do-it-yourself Web<br />Publish<br />Tag<br />Rate<br />Broadcasting<br />On YouTube<br />blogs<br />wikis<br />Tagging<br />Socialbookmarking<br />Photos<br />in Flickr<br />presentations<br />On Slideshare<br />Book reviews<br />on Librarything, <br />Amazon, ....<br /> 13. socialbookmarking<br />social/personal searching<br />personal homepage/startpage<br />Google CSE<br />Rollyo<br />delicious<br />furl<br />connotea<br />citeUlike<br />...<br />netvibes<br />iGoogle<br />pageflakes<br />...<br />stumbleupon<br />digg<br />reddit<br />eKudos<br />...<br />The customizable Web<br /> 14. The machine readable Web<br />rss-feeds<br />mash-ups<br />integration&amp; interoperability<br />integration<br />Google Books<br />with.....<br />widgets &amp; gadgets<br />in startpage<br />integrationwith<br />Google-maps<br />plaxointegrates<br />different social<br />networks<br />integration of<br />sociaal networks<br />withmail-account<br />......<br /> 15. blogs(text, podcasts, vodcasts....)<br />chat(text, sound, images)<br />Leavingcomments<br />Discussion platforms<br />The communication Web<br /> 16. In essence<br />Social Web<br />Users can add, publish, enrich, comment, mix and share <br />The user in focus<br />Technical component<br />Javascript &amp; xml (AJAX)<br />Modular<br />Mash-up<br /> 17. Source: Where is Lotte?<br /> 18. Engage<br />Source::Blue RidersEusocialSurfing<br />From his e-mail response (quotedwithpermission)<br /> 19. In our collection<br /> 20. 21. Uptake op Web 2.0 tools in academic libraries<br />Source: Xu et al. (2009)<br /> 22. Not without problems<br /> 23. Scientist cooperate using new media<br /> 24. Organize and share knowledge<br /> 25. Podcasts and more<br /> 26. Sociale networks<br />Facebook largest social network<br />Hyves most popular in the Netherlands<br />Specialised scholarly networks<br />Many in the medical world<br /> 27. Social Science 2.0<br />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.<br />Source: Snee (2008)<br /></p>