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Web 2.0 & Libraries 1 & 2 « Tame The Web

Web 2.0 & Libraries 1 & 2 « Tame The Web | The Future Librarian | Scoop.it

This post features two reports by Michael Stephens:

Web 2.0 & Libraries: Best Practices for Social Software, and Web 2.0 & Libraries, Part 2: Trends and Technologies.

 

Stephens’s report on Best Practices for Social Software details numerous successful library implementations of some of today’s most used social-software tools, including:Weblogs (blogs), Podcasts, RSS feeds, Instant Messaging (IM), Wikis, and Flickr.

 

Technology Reports covers a broad range of Web 2.0 topics, tools, and considerations, including: value-added blogging, building a community Web site with a blog, Ten Best Practices for Flickr & Libraries, libraries and social sites like MySpace, Facebook, YouTube, tagging and social bookmarking, Messaging in a 2.0 World: Twitter & SMS, podcasting, The OPAC Rebooted, and how libraries such as the Hennepin County Library and the Arlington Heights Memorial Library are using 2.0 tools

 

For more details: http://tametheweb.com/writing/web-20-libraries-1-2/

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Being "Librarian 2.0": It's all in the attitude

Being "Librarian 2.0": It's all in the attitude | The Future Librarian | Scoop.it

This study suggests Web 2.0 is the catalyst for a significant attitudinal shift. The challenge the profession now faces is to clearly articulate the nature and scope of this new professional attitude. The LIS profession must take stock not of "what we know and can do" but on "who we are becoming" . The real changes of Web 2.0 are not in how LIS professionals now design and deliver services and resources, or what new skills and knowledge they must possess, but in how they view themselves.

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