Web 2.0/Library 2.0
Terms in this set (46)
Before 1990's: how can I get connected?
Early 1990's: the World Wide Web (www)
Hypertext: Hyper Text Markup Language
Web 1.0 (~1990),
When was web 2.0?
Web 2.0 (~2004)
What was the major abiltiy of web 1.0
When was Pre-Web on the timeline
What where Pre-Web Library Apps
OCLC, Dialog (database), Telnet connections, email, discussion lists
What changes did Web 1.0 Bring-Libraries
Users became more active in research (web, google, databases, OPAC)
Who Coined the term Web 2.0
Tim O'Reilly and Dale Dougherty in 2004
What Made the Web a 2.0 Web
Collaborative in nature, Interactive, Dynamic, user created content
Web as a Platform? - Web 1.0
Packaged product, The Web is about publishing or ads, Businesses decide on content
Web as a Platform - Web 2.0
The Web is about participation - the more user, the better the site, User decides content
How has improvments changed
Continuous improvement replaces scheduled software release, Open platform
What is Crowdsource
What are some Crowdsourcing Proporties
Hyperlinking discovery, User-created content, such as tagging(folksonomy),Viral marks success
eXtensible Markup Language ...
Since Web 2.0 became a buzzword, it has become popular to add "2.0" to the end of common terms when describing a website. For example, the makeover of WhiteHouse.gov is termed "Government 2.0" because it puts a Web 2.0 face on a government website
A person's online representation as a character,...
a shared on-line journal where people can post diary entries about their personal experiences and hobbie
A distorted image of letters and numbers used to prevent automated use of websites...
The practice of using a network of remote servers hosted on the Internet to store, manage, and process data, rather than a local server.
...Adding geographical identification data to various media such as web sites or images
great content of some kind which can cause people to get excited and want to link to you....
A website that contains links to other websites, created without an editorial review, often using an automated form. Links from these types of sites are low quality and not likely to contribute to search engine ranks. ...
an audio broadcast that has been converted to an MP3 file or other audio file format for playback in a digital music player or compute...
real simple syndication. a family of web feed formats used to publish frequently updated digital content, such as blogs, news feeds or podcasts...
A piece of software or a web site that allows one to subscribe to a newsfeed....
a component of Web 3.0 that describes things in a way that computers can understand or
an evolving extension of the WWW in which web content can be expressed not only in natural language, but also in a format that can be read and used by software agents, thus permitting them to find, share, and integrate information more easily
Search engine optimization
a method for Internet users to store, organize, search, and manage bookmarks of web pages on the Internet...
the use of a website to connect with people who share personal or professional interests, place of origin, education at a particular school, etc...
media whose content is created and distributed through social interaction...
A label attached to someone or something for identification or other information...
...a tool that notifies bloggers when their posts have been mentioned elsewhere on the Web or
A system by which a ping is sent to another blog to notify that their article has been mentioned by you
a social networking and blogging service that allows users to send and read tweets (updates)...
getting popular through Internet; infectious ...
or content that becomes popular through the process of Internet sharing, typically through video sharing websites and email[
a web site that takes content from a number of other web sites and mixes them together to create a new kind of content ...
The broadcast of audio or video content over the Internet. Unlike a podcast, a webcast is not updated automatically....
Stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design
1100+ talks to stir your curiosity. Browse by subject, length, or rating (inspiring, jaw-dropping, funny...)
Tiny computer programs allowing people to create and insert professional looking content...
A collaborative website that can be edited by anyone that can access it...
What are Users like in the 2.0 Era
Information-addicted, self-sufficient, satisfied with the info online, online vs. print, Format agnostic
What are Users like in the 2.0 Era
Obsessed with being connected, Completely wired, Demands 24/7 access, Have blurred boundaries
What did Chad & Miller say, When?
(2005): A library service operate to the expectations of users - info needs tobe available whenever/wherever(free)
What did Maness say, When?
(2006): libraries need to be interactive, collaborative, multi-media web-based in services and collections.
What are Elements of Library 2.0
Long distance patrons, Virtual services Multimedia material, Customized library pages, Tagging & User Comments
What are Characteristics of Library 2.0
Integrated library systems, costless and efficient, user-centered, online environments, user participation