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Article: Web 2.0, Library 2.0, and the Hyperlinked Library

Electronic Journal Forum : Web 2.0, Library 2.0, and the Hyperlinked Library Michael Stephens, Contributor and Maria Collins, Column Editor Stephens is Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, Dominican University, River Forest, IL 60305, USA Collins is Assistant Head of Acquisitions, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh NC 27695, USA Available online 26 October 2007. Abstract Discussions surrounding the concepts of Web 2.0/Library 2.0 are increasing among the library community. This column outlines key principles behind Web 2.0 and provides a brief explanation of social tools, such as blogs, RSS feeds, podcasting, and wikis. The author also […]

Flickr Images in “The Hyperlinked Library 2008”

I wanted to give as much credit as possible to the incredible folks who share their photos on Flickr and offer use vi the Creative Commons. All of these images are used in the new version of The Hyperlinked Library. Intro: The Library of the Past: Web 2.0 Logos: The Hive: Continuous Computing: 2.0 Memes: Seamless not Silos: Borders Concept Store: Red Box: Seamless Services:–stromberg–/785719227/ Books is the Library Brand: Electronic Reference Resources: Social Libraries: Starbucks: Starbucks: Starbucks: The Evolving Web: Revised Edition: Evolve: Fortress?: […]

Links in “The Hyperlinked Library 2008”

Citations & Links Noted in the Hyperlinked Library Presentations Introduction Singapore Flickr: Singapore Flickr 2: These Things are Opportunities: Google’s Share: Laying the Foundation “Social Machines” – Continuous Computing: What is Web 2.0?: Generators: 2.0 Memes:’ Library 2.0: OCLC Perceptions: OCLC Sharing: Pew report on Wikipedia: Starbucks memo leaked: Evolve, Let Go of Control, Be Visible: PageFlakes: Dublin: Mud Flap Girl: CeLIBration: Laptop Librarians: LOC at Flickr: Ask for What You Want: ACU Connected Campus: Borders Concept Store: Go Digital: The […]