Monthly Archives: December 2011

Building Academic Library 2.0

This video captures the keynote speaker Meredith Farkas along with several other speakers at a conference at the University of California, Berkeley division. The context for considering the advice was that of a public library that employs limited Web 2.0 … Continue reading

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A to Z of Social Networking for Libraries

This list A to Z of Social Networking for Libraries provides an alphabetical list of advice for libraries.  The advice has been considered in the context of an employee at public library.  The public library is located in Colac and … Continue reading

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ASU Libraries

The ASU Libraries (Arizona State University) use a variety of Web 2.0 tools,  The Library Minute videos available are one example.  The videos are informative, fun and provide an easy way to learn about the libraries services using a popular … Continue reading

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Delicious: a social bookmarking service

The Delicious social bookmarking service provides a place in the “cloud” to store bookmarks to online resources and tools making the data available from any computer with internet and account access (“Cloud computing,” 2009). There is a range of functionality … Continue reading

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How RSS can help a library or infomation service meet the information needs of its users

The initial RSS stand for stands for Really Simple Syndication, Rich Site Summary and may commonly be referred to as news feed (Bansode, Dahibhate, & Ingale, 2009).  Not all website have RSS available but those that do provide website updates … Continue reading

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