Library 2.0 and beyond: innovative technologies and tomorrow's user

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Libraries Unlimited, 2007 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 152 pages
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Wikis and podcasts and mashups, oh my! 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, Nancy Courtney has assembled some of the most forward looking thinkers in the library world to describe the next generation of online tools. Beginning with Steven J. Bell, each contributor introduces his or her favorite technology, outlines its use and discusses its potential in today's library environment.

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User Review  - Charicey - LibraryThing

I initially needed this book for class, but after reading through it, it is an easy read and a great resource for any librarian or educator who wishes to move students into a more technologicall savvy world. Read full review

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User Review  - Mckinley - Goodreads

While most of the topics covered (ILS, wikis, blogs, podcasting, handheld, mashups, social sites, gaming) will be familiar, here they are treated with a bit more depth - but not too much - along with references for further research. Read full review

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Looking Toward Catalog 2 0
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Podcasting in Libraries
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Copyright

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NANCY COURTNEY is Head, Information Services, the Ohio State University Libraries. She coordinated the LSTA-funded seminar "Technology for the Rest of Us: What Every Librarian Should Understand about the Technologies That Affect Us" held in Columbus, Ohio on May 24-27, 2004, which formed the basis for this book. She has a Bachelor's degree in Classics from Northwestern University and a Master's in Library and Information Science from the University of Illinois.

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