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Library 2.0 and Beyond: Innovative Technologies and Tomorrow's User (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 30. Juni 2007


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?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

?How can your library take advantage of emerging ideas and become part of your patrons' increasingly digital lifestyle? Not only are the technologies clearly explained in these pages, but each contributor takes pains to offer concrete guidance regarding library applications and implementations.?-American Libraries

?Blogging, podcasting, wikis, MySpace, social bookmarking, gaming, mashups, folksonomies-what do these words mean? Want to learn more on what they are and how you and/or your library can use them? Then Library 2.0 and Beyond is the resource for you. The book has 11 chapters, and each one focuses on a particular Library 2.0 technology. Chapters are written by different authors who have the knowledge and experience in their particular interest. The authors provide background information, describe the technology and or tools, give practical applications on using them, how they use have used them, and give suggestions for you.?-Colorado Associaton of Libraries

?Highly recommended for modern libraries confronting the challenges of the modern century's technological advances.?-Midwest Book Review

?In Library 2.0 and Beyond, editor Courtney puts forth more academic treatment of Web/Library 2.0 concepts with contributed chapters on library catalogs, wikis, podcasting, handhelds, mashups....social networking, folksonomies and user-based tagging, gaming concepts as learning tools, virtual worlds and digital storytelling....Useful to academic librarians and library students looking for more in-depth coverage.?-Library Journal

"In Library 2.0 and Beyond, editor Courtney puts forth more academic treatment of Web/Library 2.0 concepts with contributed chapters on library catalogs, wikis, podcasting, handhelds, mashups....social networking, folksonomies and user-based tagging, gaming concepts as learning tools, virtual worlds and digital storytelling....Useful to academic librarians and library students looking for more in-depth coverage."-Library Journal

"[A]n absorbing and useful introduction to the technologies that form the tools of the Library 2.0 movement. . . . The beginner-friendly approach and strong examples make "Library 2.0 and Beyond" a useful tool for librarians who wish to discuss Library 2.0 initiatives and their adaptations with others who may not be expert on the topic. . . . Due to its accessibility and extensive resource lists, the book is highly recommended for anyone interested in gaining more knowledge of the tools of Library 2.0." -

Public Services Quarterly

"Librarians new to the concepts of Web/Library 2.0 will find more than enough introductory material in this volume to aid them in developing a firmer grasp of what Web 2.0 is and how it is being used to improve library services. Those who already possess a more nuanced understanding of these concepts will find a rich resource in this book as it provides considerable analysis, numerous examples, best practices, and further readings on many of the most discussed Web 2.0 technologies." -

Partnership: the Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Resear

"Because the book focuses on services and the issues associated with their implementation, and does not include step-by-step user guides, it remains relevant in 2009, despite its 2007 publication date. It is recommended for librarians unfamiliar with Library 2.0 concepts who wish to learn about applying a range of collaborative technologies in a library context, and for comprehensive library studies collections." -

The Electronic Library

"In "Library 2.0 and Beyond", editor Courtney puts forth more academic treatment of Web/Library 2.0 concepts with contributed chapters on library catalogs, wikis, podcasting, handhelds, mashups. . . social networking, folksonomies and user-based tagging, gaming concepts as learning tools, virtual worlds and digital storytelling. . . . Useful to academic librarians and library students looking for more in-depth coverage." -

Library Journal

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Wikis, podcasts, mashups...Does everyone seem to know what they mean, except you? Or are you reasonably well informed but wondering what challenge to take on next? Following on the success of her "Technology for the Rest of Us", the author has assembled some of the most forward looking thinkers in the library world to describe the next generation of online tools. Each contributor introduces his or favourite technology, outlines its use and discusses its potential in today's library environment.

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