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UContent : the information professional's guide to user-generated content

Author: Nicholas G Tomaiuolo
Publisher: Medford, New Jersey : Information Today, Inc., ©2012.
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"Have you ever reviewed a book at Amazon.com? Uploaded a photo to Flickr? Commented on a blog posting? Used tags to describe or access information? If you have, you've contributed user-generated content to the web. But while many librarians and information professionals have accepted their roles as creators and managers of user-generated content (UContent), many have not. This comprehensive text considers the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Tomaiuolo, Nicholas G., 1955-
UContent.
Medford, New Jersey : Information Today, Inc., c2012
(DLC) 2011043838
(OCoLC)764586359
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Nicholas G Tomaiuolo
ISBN: 9781573878821 1573878820 9781573878838 1573878839
OCLC Number: 778458881
Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 340 p.) : ill.
Contents: The evolution of UContent --
Project Gutenberg --
Blogs --
Wikis --
Podcasts, slideshows, screencasts, and video --
Facebook --
Online reviews of products and services --
Self-publishing --
Citizen journalism --
Tagging, folksonomies, and social bookmarking --
Custom search engines --
Cybercartography --
Yahoo! Pipes --
Flickr.
Responsibility: Nicholas G. Tomaiuolo.

Abstract:

"Have you ever reviewed a book at Amazon.com? Uploaded a photo to Flickr? Commented on a blog posting? Used tags to describe or access information? If you have, you've contributed user-generated content to the web. But while many librarians and information professionals have accepted their roles as creators and managers of user-generated content (UContent), many have not. This comprehensive text considers the reasons behind UContent's wild popularity and makes strong arguments for cultivating it. While describing his own UContent experiences, the author has prepared a well researched book that serves as an overview, a status report, a primer, and a prognostication. The chapters are full of examples, insights, tips, and illustrations designed to help you process, administer, and enjoy the UContent phenomenon."--

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