Chapter 9: Resources: Librarian’s Reading List 2.0 (Updated & Revised)

Librarian’s Book List
Anderson, Chris. The Long Tail: Why the Future of Business Is Selling Less of More. Hyperion, 2006.

Beck, John C., & Mitchell Wade. Got Game: How the Gamer Generation Is Reshaping Business Forever. Harvard Business School Press, 2004.

Block, Marylaine. The Thriving Library: Successful Strategies for Challenging Times. InfoToday, 2007.

Casey, Michael E., & Laura C. Savastnuk. Library 2.0: A Guide to Participatory Library Service. InfoToday, 2007.

Courtney, Nancy, ed. Library 2.0 and Beyond: Innovative Technologies and Tomorrow’s User. Libraries Unlimited, 2007.

Durrance, Joan C., & Karen E. Fisher with Marian Bouch Hinton. How Libraries and Librarians Help: A Guide to Identifying User-Centered Outcomes. American Library Association, 2004.

Friedman, Thomas L. The World Is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty-First Century (updated & expanded). Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2006.

Jenkins, Henry. Convergence Culture: Where Old and New Media Collide. New York University Press, 2006.

Jenkins, Henry. Fans, Bloggers, and Gamers: Media Consumers in a Digital Age. New York University Press, 2006.

Kusek, Dave, & Gerd Leonhard. The Future of Music: Manifesto for the Digital Music Revolution. Berklee Press, 2005.

Pink, Daniel. A Whole New Mind: Why Right-Brainers Will Rule the Future. Riverhead Trade, 2006.

Surowiecki, James. The Wisdom of Crowds. Anchor, 2005.

Tapscott, Don, & Anthony D. Williams. Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything. Portfolio, 2006.

Weinberger, David. Everything Is Miscellaneous: The Power of the New Digital Disorder. Times Books, 2007.


Cluetrain Manifesto
Locke, Christopher, Rick Levine, Doc Searles, & David Weinberger. The Cluetrain Manifesto: The End of Business as Usual. Perseus Publishing, 2001. Note: Chapter 5 is Weinberger’s “The Hyperlinked Organization.” Also, check out the book’s Web site at www.cluetrain.org.

Library 2.0 & Librarian 2.0
Library 2.0 Reading List, www.squidoo.com/library20.

ALA TechSource Blog, www.techsource.ala.org/blog.

Boog, Jason. “Library 2.0 Movement Sees Benefits in Collaboration with Patrons,” Nov. 4, 2005,http://www.publish.com/article2/0,1895,1881893,00.asp.

Blyberg, John. (2006). “11 Reasons Why Library 2.0 Exists and Matters,” blyberg.net, Jan. 9, 2006,www.blyberg.net/2006/01/09/11-reasons-why-library-20-exists-and-matters.

Casey, Michael. Library Crunch: Service for the Next Generation Library: A Library 2.0 Perspective, www.librarycrunch.com.

Chad, Ken, & Paul Miller. “Do Libraries Matter? The Rise of Library 2.0.” Nov. 2005.www.talis.com/applications/downloads/white_papers/DoLibrariesMatter.pdf.

Harris, Christopher. “SL2.0: Synthesis 2.0,” Infomancy, Jan. 10, 2006, http://schoolof.info/infomancy/?p=129.

Levine, Jenny. “Library 2.0 in the Real World.” ALA TechSource blog, Jan. 30, 2006, www.techsource.ala.org/blog/2006/01/library-20-in-the-real-world.html.

OCLC. 2004 Information Format Trends, Content Not Containers. 2004, www.oclc.org/reports/2004format.htm

Stephens, Michael. “5 Suggestions for Upgrading to Library 2.0 (or Some Easy Steps to Get Started … Really), Tame the Web: Libraries and Technology, Nov. 25, 2005, http://tametheweb.com/2005/11/5_suggestions_for_upgrading_to.html.

Stephens, Michael. “Do Libraries Matter? On Library and Librarian 2.0,” ALA TechSource blog, Nov. 18, 205,www.techsource.ala.org/blog/2005/11/do-libraries-matter-on-library-librarian-20.html.

Stephens, Michael. “Into a New World of Librarianship,” Next Space no. 2 (2006); available online atwww.oclc.org/nextspace/002/3.htm.

West, Jessamyn. “Library 2.0: How Do You Share?” librarian.net, Dec. 5, 2005, www.librarian.net/stax/1571.


Trendspotting
Watson, Richard. “The Trendspotting Trend.” Fast Company.com, 2006,www.fastcompany.com/resources/innovation/watson/071204.html.

Technology, Planning, Libraries, & Librarians
Abram, Stephen., & Judy Luther. “Born with the Chip.” Library Journal 129, no. 8 (May 1, 2004), 24–37.

Gordon, Rachel Singer. “Let’s Use the Technology We Live.” Library Journal 129, no. 3 (Feb. 15, 2004): 46.

Hage, Christine Lind, & Larry Neal. “Customer Service One Technology at a Time.” Library Journal Net Connect 128, no. 12 (July 15, 2003): 18–19.

Hayes, J., & Ian Baaske. “Preparing Staff for the Library of the Future.” Public Libraries 39, no. 5 (Sept./Oct. 2000): 280–285.

Huwe, Terence K. “Keep Those Web Skills Current.” Computers in Libraries 24, no. 8 (Sept. 2004): 40–42.

Jurewicz, Lynn, & Todd Cutler. High Tech, High Touch: Library Customer Service through Technology. Chicago: American Library Association, 2003.

King, David. “Planning for Wireless in Kansas City. Library Journal Net Connect 128, no. 7 (April 15, 2003), 12–13.

Levine, Jenny. “What Is a Shifted Librarian?” The Shifted Librarian, last update May 20, 2004,http://theshiftedlibrarian.com/stories/2002/01/19/whatIsAShiftedLibrarian.html.

Link, Terry. “Beneath the Surface: The Unintended Circumstances of Information Technology.” Journal of Library Administration 26, no. 3/4 (1999): 169–192.

Maxwell, Nancy Kalikow. “The Seven Deadly Sins of Library Technology.” American Libraries 35, no. 8 (Sept. 2004): 40–42.

Nelson, Sandra, & Diane Mayo. Wired for the Future: Developing Your Library Technology Plan. Chicago: American Library Association, 1999.

Stephens, Michael. “Technoplans vs. Technolust.” Library Journal 129, no. 18 (Nov. 1, 2004): 36–37.

Tennant, Roy. Strategies for Keeping Current. Library Journal 128, no. 15 (Sept. 15, 2003): 28.

Wilson, A. Paula. “Customer Service through Technology.” Public Libraries 43, no. 2 (March/April 2004): 94–96.


Social Software / Web 2.0 Tools (Generally)
Anderson, Chris. “People Power.” Wired 14, no. 7 (July 2006). Retrieved from www.wired.com/wired/archive/14.07/people.html

Stephens, Michael. (2006) The Promise of Web 2.0. American Libraries. 37, no. 9 (Oct. 2006): 32.

Stephens, Michael. “Web 2.0 & Libraries: Best Practices for Social Software.” Library Technology Reports 42, no. 4 (July/Aug. 2006).


Blogs
Block, Marylaine. “Communicating off the Page.” Library Journal 126, no. 15 (Sept. 15, 2001): 50–52.Carver, Blake. “Is It Time to Get Blogging?” Library Journal Net Connect 128, no. 1 (Jan. 15, 2003): 30–32.

Clyde, Laurel A. “Library Weblogs.” Library Management 25, no. 4/5 (2004): 183–189.

Fichter, Darlene. Why and How to Use Blogs to Promote Your Library’s Services.” MLS: Marketing Library Services 17, no. 6 (Nov./Dec. 2003); available online at www.infotoday.com/mls/nov03/fichter.shtml

Garrod, Penny. “Weblogs: Do They Belong in Libraries?” Ariadne 40 (July 2004); retrieved Sept. 24, 2004, fromwww.ariadne.ac.uk/issue40/public-libraries.

Goans, Doug, & Teri M. Vogel. “Building a Home for Library News with a Blog.” Computers in Libraries, 23, no. 10 (Nov./Dec. 2003): 20–26.

Harder, Geoffrey, & Randy Reichardt. “Throw Another Blog on the Wire: Libraries and the Weblogging Phenomena” Feliciter 49, no. 2 (2003): 85–88.

Huwe, Terence K. “Born to Blog.” Computers in Libraries 23, no. 10 (Nov./Dec. 2003): 44–45.

Kenney, Brian, & Michael Stephens. “Talkin’ Blogs”. Library Journal 130, no. 16 (Oct. 1, 2005): 25–27.

Nardi, B., D. Schiano, M. Gumbrecht, & L. Swartz. “Why We Blog.” Communications of the ACM 47, no. (2004): 41–46.

Rainie, Lee. “The State of Blogging.” Washington D.C.: PEW Internet & American Life Project, Jan. 2005.

Rosenbloom, A. “The Blogosphere.” Communications of the ACM 47, no. 12 (2004): 31–33.

Gordon, Rachel Singer, and Michael Stephens. “How and Why to Try a Blog for Staff Communication.” Tech Tips for Every Librarian,Computers in Libraries 26, no. 2 (Feb. 2006).


Weblog Bibliographies
“Weblog Webliography” Kairosnews, http://kairosnews.org/blogbib.

BlogBib: An Annotated Bibliography on Weblogs and Blogging, with a Focus on Library/Librarian Blogs (last update Jan. 2007),http://blog-bib.blogspot.com.


Flickr
Gordon, Rachel Singer, & Michael Stephens. “Priceless Images: Getting Started with Flickr.” Tech Tips for Every Librarian,Computers in Libraries 26, no. 10 (Nov./Dec. 2006).

Gaming
Levine, Jenny. “Gaming and Libraries: Intersection of Services.” Library Technology Reports 42, no. 5 (Sept./Oct. 2006).

Levine, Jenny. “Getting Your Game On.” American Libraries, January, 38, no. 1 (Jan. 2007): 36.

OCLC. “Zone in on Your Users” [includes multiple articles]. OCLC Newsletter no. 267 (Jan./Feb./March 2006)www.oclc.org/news/publications/newsletters/oclc/2005/267/zone.htm

Squire, Kurt, & Constance Steinkuehler. “Meet the Gamers.” Library Journal 130, no. 7 (April 15, 2005); available online atwww.libraryjournal.com/article/CA516033.html

Stephens, M. (2006). “Promoting Gaming Programs in Libraries,” MLS: Marketing Library Services 20, no. 2 (March/April 2006).


Instant Messaging & Text Messaging
Abram, S. “Twenty Reasons for Teacher-Librarians to Love IM.” Multimedia & Internet@Schools 11, no. 4 (2004) 16–18.

Desai, C. “Instant Messaging Reference: How Does It Compare?” The Electronic Library 21, no. 1 (2003): 21–30.

Houghton, Sarah, & Aaron Schmidt. “Web-Based Chat vs. Instant Messaging.” Online, 29, no. 4 (July/Aug. 2005), 26–30.

McDermott, Irene E. (2004). “Text Messaging: E-Mail on the Go.” Searcher 12, no. 9 (Oct. 2004): 47–50.

Schmidt, Aaron, & Michael Stephens. “IM Me.” Library Journal 130, no. 6 (April 1, 2005); available online atwww.libraryjournal.com/article/CA512192

Shiu, Eulynn & Amanda Lenhart. “How Americans Use Instant Messaging.” Washington D.C.: PEW Internet & American Life Project, 2004.

Gordon, Rachel Singer, & Michael Stephens, “IM = FASTER Virtual Reference on the Cheap!” Tech Tips for Every Librarian,Computers in Libraries 26, no. 4 (April 2006).

Ward, David, & M. Kathleen Kern. “Combining IM and Vendor-Based Chat: A Report from the Frontlines of an Integrated Service Portal.” Libraries and the Academy 6, no. 4 (Oct. 2006): 417–429.


Podcasting
Eash, Esther Kreider. “Podcasting 101 for K–12 Librarians.” Computers in Libraries 26, no. 4 (April 2006): 16–20.

Balas, James L. “Blogging Is So Last Year—Now Podcasting Is Hot.” Computers in Libraries 25, No. 10 (Nov./Dec. 2005): 29–31.

Kirsner, Scott. “Podcasting Faces Growing Pains,”The Boston Globe, Feb. 28, 2005; Retrieved Aug. 18, 2005 fromwww.boston.com/business/personaltech/articles/2005/02/28/podcasting_facesgrowing_pains.

Gordon-Murnane, Laura.(2005) “Saying ‘I Do’ to Podcasting.” Searcher 13, no. 6 (June 2005): 44–51.

Stephens, Michael. “The iPod Experiments.” Library Journal Net Connect (April 15, 2005).


RSS
FeedBurner. “How Feeds Will Change the Way Content Is Distributed, Valued, and Consumed,” Nov. 2005,www.feedburner.com/fb/static/Feed-For-Thought-1-November-2005.pdf.

Fichter, Darlene. “Using RSS to Create New Services.” Online 28, no. 4 (July/Aug. 2004): 52–55.

Hale, Kevin. “The Importance of RSS,” June 13, 2005. Retrieved August 18, 2005 from http://particletree.com/features/the-importance-of-rss.

Tennant, Roy. “Feed Your Head: Keeping Up by Using RSS.” Library Journal 128, no. 9 (May 15, 2003): 30.


Social Bookmarking
Hammond, Tony, et al. “Social Bookmarking Tools (I): A General Review.” D-Lib Magazine 11, no. 4 (April 2005) Retrieved August 18, 2005 from www.dlib.org/dlib/april05/hammond/04hammond.html

Tierdaman, Daniel. “Folksonomies Tap People Power.” Wired (Feb. 1, 2005). Retrieved August 18, 2005 fromwww.wired.com/news/technology/0,1282,66456,00.html


Social Networking (MySpace, Facebook, Ning, etc.)
Mitrano, Tracy. “A Wider World: Youth, Privacy, and Social Networking Technologies.” Educause Review 41, no. 6 (Nov./Dec. 2006), available online at www.educause.edu/apps/er/erm06/erm0660.asp?bhcp=1.

Wikis
Augar, Naomi, Ruth Raitman, & Wanlei Zhou, “Teaching and Learning Online with Wikis.” (presentation, ASCILITE conference, Perth, Western Australia, Dec. 5–8, 2004), available online at www.ascilite.org.au/conferences/perth04/procs/augar.html.

Fichter, Darlene. “The Many Forms of E-collaboration: Blogs, Wikis, Portals, Groupware, Discussion Boards, and Instant Messaging.”Online 29, no. 4 (Jul./Aug. 2005): 48–50.

Tonkin, Emma. (2005). “Making the Case for a Wiki.” Ariadne no. 42 (Jan. 2005); available online atwww.ariadne.ac.uk/issue42/tonkin.



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