Social software, more ubiquitous than ever, continues to have a profound impact on information and communication in the Information Age. From the American Library Association to social software news aggregation, it’s clear the trend toward utilizing “Web 2.0” technologies for information and communication in the 21st century is growing stronger. In “Web 2.0 & Libraries, […]
- About Michael Stephens (2007)
- Chapter 1: The Ongoing Web Revolution
- Chapter 2: Tools from “Web 2.0 & Libraries: Best Practices for Social Software” Revisited
- Chapter 3: Technology Trends for a 2.0 World
- Chapter 4: Social Networking Services
- Chapter 5: Social Video: Videoblogging & YouTube
- Chapter 6: Tagging & Social Bookmarking
- Chapter 7: Messaging in a 2.0 World: Twitter & SMS
- Chapter 8: Best Practices for Social Software in Libraries
- Chapter 9: Resources: Librarian’s Reading List 2.0 (Updated & Revised)
- Foreword & Introduction
Web 2.0 & Libraries 1 & 2 by Michael Stephens is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Based on a work at thehyperlinkedlibrary.org.
Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at http://thehyperlinkedlibrary.org.
Publication InfoWeb 2.0 & Libraries 1 (2006) & 2 (2007) were originally published by the American Library Association as Library Technology Reports. http://www.alatechsource.org/ltr/index