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Library Talk

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Library Talk Library 2.0 Meeting 07 February 2008

 

 

Library as service to UF or as service to global village?

 

What does the Internet afford us?

 

  • Search -- browse

     

  • View and Aggregate Information -- personal/professional/business/leisure

     

  • Audio: Lectures, Music, News

     

  • Video: Television/Movies--professional/ameteur

     

  • Social Software -- The Read/Write Web

     

  • Interaction/Participation with the Public

 

Connectivity/Community

Developing broader Networks to support our ability to make choices

 

Prosumer

 

This is your Web audience.

 

 

 

 

What services does a library provide? To whom?

 

How is your audience using the Web?

 

 

 

What are examples of highly interactive Public sites?

 

Amazon, YouTube, ESPN, Boing Boing

 

Great action research opportunity -- how do library users use/engage the Web?

The Value of Social-Networking Sites for Libriarans

 

 

 

 

Given Social Software affordances...

 

How close should the library be to its audience?

What roles should the library play?

What questions should we be asking?

 

 

 

 

Examples of Libraries using Social Software

 

Professional Development

 

    Librarian Weblog: Hey Jude, Library Clips

 

Library Staff as audience: Community of Practice

 

Library as learning provider: How to use social software

 

    Second Life: A Quick Guide to Second Life for Librarians 

 

Librarian Tools by Google

 

 

 

 

Interface and Design Examples:

 

Home page design: Library Spot

 

 

 

 

 

Online Library Services

 

Wired News: Do you still need a library card?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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