Library 2.0

Page 1 of 50 - About 500 essays
  • Benefits Of Web 2. 0 Technologies In Libraries

    731 Words  | 3 Pages

    What library experts are saying about Web 2.0? • Web 1.0 - place to go & get and Web 2.0 - place to be & do • Introduction of the read/write web • Interactive two-way web • Everyday folks with Internet access can create and edit stuff • Built on principle of breaking down barriers librarians placed on services Web 2.0 Technologies in Libraries- Benefits: Proactive services. Librarians are already using tools such as blogs, wikis, RSS feeds, podcasts (in Apple iTunes), videos (in YouTube), photo

  • Information Behaviour of Middle School Students Essays

    1585 Words  | 7 Pages

    The 21st century school library is the hub of student learning with librarians helping with research, encouraging students to read for enjoyment and developing their information literacy skills. All these aspects are important for the current generation of students who have been “raised with easy familiarity with video games, email, instant messaging…Web 2.0 social networking habits, they have developed patterns of engagement that are different from those of earlier generations.” (Godwin, 2008,

  • A Study On Becoming A Librarian

    1642 Words  | 7 Pages

    once thought of as being the keeper of knowledge and were the go to persons for any and everything. Some specialize in areas of interest such as cataloging, allocation, archives, and even special collections. While others, depending on what type of library they work in conduct all of the above job functions and more. With the advancement of technology and its forever growing spear, librarians are being expected to know-how no matter the size of the duty or request. Applying for employment in the field

  • Annotated Bibliography On Information Fluency

    1561 Words  | 7 Pages

    Annotated Bibliography on Research and Information Fluency Shannon O’Neill Sam Houston State University   Annotated Bibliography on Research and Information Fluency Viele, P. (2012). Information fluency: Where to start. The Physics Teacher, 50(6), 379-380. doi:10.1119/1.4745701 Summary: According to Viele (2012), she states that when it comes to information literacy, there seems to be an abundance of definitions. The most concise and all-encompassing meaning is that information fluency is

  • Digital Curation Task Force Case Study

    1351 Words  | 6 Pages

    small university archives organizationally located within the library structure. The focus of the plan is on the feasibility of building a digital repository program for the archives to provide better access to their holdings. Task Force Composition: A successful digital curation effort requires collaboration between individuals with varied skillsets. Therefore, the DCTF should be comprised of members of the archives unit, the library, and the larger university community. All types of individuals

  • Information Literacy and Leadership Essay

    1923 Words  | 8 Pages

    Proposed Topic The purpose research is to outline the importance of information literacy and recommendations for the future. Specifically, it argues for the importance of Information Literacy to individuals, business, and citizenship. It suggests opportunities to develop information literacy which addresses the information age in school. Information Literacy and Leadership Information literacy in individuals' lives has traditionally valued quality of life and the pursuit of happiness;

  • The Cultural Framework Of Saudi Arabia

    896 Words  | 4 Pages

    Culture influences what we can eat, what we cannot wear, how we interact with different people, and yes, even how we use the library. Navigating the intricate connection among, culture, education, and gender, this essay will discuss the different library practices among Saudi male and female students. The Cultural Framework of Saudi Arabia To better understand the library practices among Saudi men and women, one has to acquaint himself/herself with the complex cultural framework of Saudi Arabia

  • Iraq 's Capital And Its Impact On The World

    1110 Words  | 5 Pages

    economy, politics, and security lies in its knowledge. There is no more lasting way to transfer such knowledge than through a book. With a vision of securing the future of Muslims, ancient Arabic-Islamic civilization worked hard to build public libraries where every son and daughter of Allah could learn from the past and build the future. Perhaps, no city has played a more major role in this pursuit than Baghdad. Baghdad, through the ages, has fueled the development of the arts and the sciences

  • Summary Of ' The Lunch Rush '

    837 Words  | 4 Pages

    Granny a little too joyfully, “I’m going to take a break and run some lunch over to the library, I’ll be back before the dinner rush.” Ruby walked out the door two sacks of food and a tray of drinks before Granny could even reply. Which is probably for the best because otherwise she would have heard Granny’s pleased sarcastic reply of “No I won’t!” An extra bounce in her step, Ruby clears her way across to the library before she even realizes she’s there. Juggling the bags and drinks Ruby is able to

  • Archives Of The Hamilton Public Library

    1904 Words  | 8 Pages

    Term Project – Archive Visit The archive I am visiting for this term project is the Local History & Archives of the Hamilton Public Library located on the third floor of the Central Branch at 55 York Boulevard in Hamilton, Ontario. Since 1914, Hamilton Public Library has been collecting and preserving Hamilton 's history. The Local History & Archives collection consists of material such as letters, photographs, manuscripts, diaries and other original records created by Hamilton and area citizens