Tag: library2.0

the social OPAC has its own website

If you’re interested in the idea of using web 2.0 types of features in a library catalog but don’t want those features sold to you in clunky forms by your existing ILS vendors, The Social OPAC may be for you,…

talking trends to New York Librarians

I just got back from my first talk/workshop of the “school year” at NNYLN’s headquarters in Potsdam, New York. I did an expanded version of my VLA web trends talk and got to also plug Firefox and WordPress as decent…

Web 1.0 vs. Web 2.0 – an analysis of difference

A good article to add to any bibliography about Web 2.0 [and by extention, Library 2.0]. Key differences between Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 on Frist Monday. Web 2.0 is a buzzword introduced in 2003–04 which is commonly used to…

Notes from Montreal talks

I managed to do two talks in two days from the same set of slides that were, in many ways, totally different. I talked about Library 2.0 stuff to McGill SLIS students on Thursday and then to professional librarians (mostly)…

Web 2.me – a talk in Montreal

I’ve been getting pretty bad at doing advance notice for some of the public speaking that I’ve been doing and have a resolution of sorts to get better about it. So, this is a few days advance notice that I’ll…