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Participatory networks : The library as conversation

Author: R David Lankes; Joanne Silverstein; Syracuse University. School of Information Studies; American Library Association. Office for Information Technology Policy
Publisher: [Chicago] : American Library Association, 2006.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: R David Lankes; Joanne Silverstein; Syracuse University. School of Information Studies; American Library Association. Office for Information Technology Policy
OCLC Number: 76700309
Description: 56 p. ; 28 cm.
Responsibility: R. David Lankes and Joanne Silverstein

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OVERVIEW - 3 THE GOAL - 4 1. LIBRARY AS A FACILITATOR OF CONVERSATION - 6 2. PARTICIPATORY NETWORKING, SOCIAL NETWORKS, AND WEB 2.0 - 9 2.1. WEB 2.0 - 9 2.1.1. WEB 2.0 CHARACTERISTIC: SOCIAL NETWORKS - 9 2.1.2. WEB 2.0 CHARACTERISTIC: WISDOM OF CROWDS - 10 2.1.3. WEB 2.0 CHARACTERISTIC: LOOSELY COUPLED APIS - 12 2.1.4. WEB 2.0 CHARACTERISTIC: MASHUPS - 12 2.1.5. WEB 2.0 CHARACTERISTIC: PERMANENT BETAS - 14 2.1.6. WEB 2.0 CHARACTERISTIC: SOFTWARE GETS BETTER THE MORE PEOPLE USE IT - 16 2.1.7. WEB 2.0 CHARACTERISTIC: FOLKSONOMIES - 16 2.2. CORE NEW TECHNOLOGIES: AJAX AND WEB SERVICES - 18 2.2.1. AJAX - 18 2.2.2. WEB SERVICES - 19 2.3. LIBRARY 2.0 - 19 2.4. PARTICIPATORY NETWORKS - 21 3. LIBRARIES AS PARTICIPATORY CONVERSATIONS - 23 3.1. PARTICIPATORY LIBRARIANSHIP IN ACTION - 23 3.2. FRAMEWORK FOR INTEGRATION OF PARTICIPATORY LIBRARIANSHIP - 26 3.2.1. MERGING REFERENCE AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT - 28 3.2.2. MERGING LIBRARY METADATA INTO AN ENHANCED CATALOG - 29 3.2.3. BUILDING THE PARTICIPATORY LIBRARY - 29 3.3. CONVERSATIONS AND PRESERVATION - 30 3.4. BEING WHERE THE CONVERSATION IS - 30 3.5. CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES - 31 3.5.1. TECHNICAL - 31 3.5.2. OPERATIONAL - 33 3.5.3. POLICY - 34 3.5.4. ETHICAL - 35 4. RECOMMENDATIONS - 36 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS - 39

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