Library 2.015 am 20. Oktober

Seit einigen Jahren bietet die internationale Ning-Community bibliothekarische Onlinekonferenzen und so auch dieses Jahr mit der Library 2.015 am 20. und 21. Oktober. Themen:

Strand 1: Digital Services, Preservation, Curation, and Access

Strand Tag: 2.015Data

Example topics (but not limited to the following)

  • Building sustainable digital collections
  • Challenges and examples of data curation
  • Creating ontologies and metadata schemes
  • Digital Humanities
  • New forms of scholarly publishing
  • Organizing and managing electronic records including reliability and authenticity issues

Strand 2: Emerging Technologies and Trends

Strand Tag: 2.015Trend

Example topics (but not limited to the following)

  • 3-D Printing
  • Internet of things, smart objects, and wearable technologies
  • E-books and e-book devices
  • Mobile access to services
  • New forms of delivery and emerging models of literacies such as game-based learning
  • MOOCS

Strand 3: The User Experience

Strand Tag: 2.015UX

Example topics (but not limited to the following)

  • Social networking trends and implications
  • Usability techniques and website improvements
  • Effective techniques for instructing users in the retrieval and evaluation of information
  • The relationship between design thinking and the user experience and interaction
  • Reaching out to diverse communities
  • Innovative delivery techniques in storytelling

Strand 4: Management of Libraries and Information Centers in the 21st Century

Strand Tag: 2.015Leader

Example topics (but not limited to the following)

  • Advocacy and building influence
  • Analytics (reporting value to organizational stakeholders)
  • Grant writing
  • Green libraries
  • Managing people
  • Funding models
  • Marketing/PR
  • Outsourcing/privatization

Hier ist der Zeitplan. Die Teilnahme ist kostenlos.

LibGuides

Das Blog mit dem langen Titel Friends:Social Networking Sites for Engaged Library Services macht in einem Posting mit einem ebenso langen Titel auf “LibGuides: The Web 2.0 Library Knowledge Sharing System (in Facebook)” aufmerksam:

LibGuides is a Web 2.0 library knowledge sharing system. Think of it as social networks meets wikis meets bookmarks meets blogs … LibGuides helps librarians share knowledge and information, while highlighting and promoting the library resources and services to the community.

LibGuides is a system for publishing information and creating social networks centered around the library resources. Librarians create Guides (we use the word loosely – it can be any content, on any topic, for any purpose) and then publish them online. The Guides contain documents, links, podcasts, RSS feeds, videos, etc. Users can participate in interactive polls and rate the links and resources.

Es ist auch ein Demo-System verfügbar.