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Main Title Library 2.0 and beyond : innovative technologies and tomorrow's user /
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Author Title of a Work
Courtney, Nancy.
Publisher Libraries Unlimited,
Year Published 2007
OCLC Number 85892268
ISBN 9781591585374; 1591585376
Subjects Libraries and the Internet. ; Libraries--Information technology. ; Bibliothek.--(DE-588)4006439-6 ; World Wide Web 2.0.--(DE-588)7548364-6 ; Bibliothek--World Wide Web 2.0--Aufsatzsammlung. ; World Wide Web 2.0--Bibliothek--Aufsatzsammlung. ; Bibliotek 2.0. ; Bibliotek och Internet. ; Informationsteknik.
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ELCM  Z674.75.I58L545 2007 NVFEL Library/Ann Arbor, MI 10/27/2008
Collation xi, 152 p. ; 25 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Notes
Web 2.0 and library 2.0 : what librarians need to know / Elizabeth L. Black -- Library catalog 2.0 / Michael Casey -- The wonderful world of wikis : applications for libraries / Chad Boeninger -- Podcasting in libraries / Chris Kretz -- Handheld computers in libraries / Christopher Strauber -- Mashups and web services / Eric Schnell -- Online social networking / Brian S. Mathews -- Folksonomies and user-based tagging / Ellyssa Kroski -- Up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, a, b, select, start : learning from games and gamers in library 2.0 / David Ward -- Library 2.0 and virtual worlds=innovation + exploration / Lori Bell, Tom Peters, & Kitty Pope -- Digital storytelling, libraries, and community / Karen Diaz & Anne M. Fields. "Editor Courtney has pulled together the best and the brightest who write and practice Web 2.0 to author chapters on next-generation online tools. This text is not a how-to on Web 2.0; rather, each chapter simply explains an online tool, and how it is being used today, using a few superb library examples (ranging from public to academic), and then discusses future possibilities. The suggested readings exemplify the notion of Web 2.0 and publishing, as the recommendations are well balanced between journal articles and freely accessible blog entries. This is a must-have to any library wanting to stay relevant in today's ever-changing and challenging environment."--Booklist description.