Docstoc

Information Literacy and Virtual Libraries

Document Sample
Information Literacy and Virtual Libraries Powered By Docstoc
					Information Literacy and Virtual Libraries
Bo Gerner Nielsen bgn@db.dk

Nordisk sommerskole om informasjonskompetanse Reykholt – Island, 11. – 15. juni 2007

The structure of this presentation

 Introduction

 Integration of web 2.0

Bo Gerner Nielsen (bgn@db.dk)

Introduction 1/3

 “To be information literate, a person must be able to recognize when information is needed and have the ability to locate, evaluate, and use effectively the needed information”
(ALA 1989)

Bo Gerner Nielsen (bgn@db.dk)

Introduction 2/3

 Cultural role in collecting, storing, and communicating ideas and materials  Social and intellectual role  Access to information resources as well as human resources (Marchionini & Maurer, 1995, p.68)

Bo Gerner Nielsen (bgn@db.dk)

Introduction 3/3
 Incorporating our knowledge in the systems will render our professional competencies visible  Building web based tutorials  Using thesauri and classification systems for browsing  Building subject guides  Sharing electronic ressources  Interacting with users through wikis, blogs and chat  Sharing and communicating through rss and podcast  ..other possibilities / options

Bo Gerner Nielsen (bgn@db.dk)

The structure of this presentation

 Introduction

 Integration of web 2.0

Bo Gerner Nielsen (bgn@db.dk)

Integration of web 2.0 – wikis
Wikier – supports information seeking, knowledge sharing, communication, reflection.  Ohio University Library Wiki (http://www.library.ohiou.edu/subjects/bizwiki/index.php/Main _Page)  Library Instruction Wiki (http://instructionwiki.org/Main_Page) handouts, tutorials, collaboration  Library Success (http://www.libsuccess.org/index.php?title=Main_Page) Innovative ideas for discussion

Bo Gerner Nielsen (bgn@db.dk)

Integration of web 2.0 – blogs
Blogs – supports knowledge sharing, discussion, creativity, interactivity, reflection.  The Information Literacy Land of Confusion http://www.information-literacy.net/ information about and discussion of user education, information literacy and search engines  Alkek Library Information Literacy Blog (http://txstateinfolit.blogspot.com/) news, podcasts, rss  The Blogging Libraries Wiki http://www.blogwithoutalibrary.net/links/index.php?title=Welc ome_to_the_Blogging_Libraries_Wiki
Bo Gerner Nielsen (bgn@db.dk)

Integration of web 2.0 – rss
RSS – supports information seeking by update / alerting, communicating and sharing of ressources.  Librarycasting SE (http://blog.vcu.edu/lse/) rss-feeds for tutorials  Kansas City Public Library, http://www.kclibrary.org/guides/ a combination of subject guides and rss giving updates if anything new is added to the guide  Video explaining why and how to use rss http://www.library.ohiou.edu/subjects/businessblog/?p=125

Bo Gerner Nielsen (bgn@db.dk)

Integration of web 2.0 – podcast
Podcast – supports communication of ressources and events, asynchronous learning programmes.

 Talis – subjects in relation to the information society (http://talk.talis.com/)
 HigherEdBlogCon example of podcast on information literacy (http://www.higheredblogcon.com/teaching/mcintosh/literacy/l iteracy.html)

Bo Gerner Nielsen (bgn@db.dk)

Integration of web 2.0 – Mashups
Mashups – supporting information search proces, communicating and sharing ressources, interactivity, discussion. OPACs Prototype (http://www.flickr.com/photos/maisonbisson/64228414/) – mashup of: bibliographic data, highlighting, user reviews, related information from Wikipedia, analytic searching and browsing New York Public Library prototype (http://www.librarything.com/demo_nypl.html) integrating personalised functions known from Amazon via gadgets from Librarything University of Winnipeg (http://library.uwinnipeg.ca/) integrated courses, tutorial and toolbar.
Bo Gerner Nielsen (bgn@db.dk)

Concluding remarks
 A growing number of users expect higher degree of service and access  The need for managing the increasing flow of information requires an increased need for a systematic and critical approach  New combinations of technologies giving new and improved possiblities to support our users  New technologies giving us new improved ways of collaborating with faculty and with each other
Bo Gerner Nielsen (bgn@db.dk)

The end..

Thank you Comments or Questions?

Bo Gerner Nielsen (bgn@db.dk)

Litterature
American Library Association (1989). Presidential Committee on Information Literacy Final Report. Lokaliseret 2.5. 2007 på WWW http://www.ala.org/ala/acrl/acrlstandards/informationliteracycompetency.htm Benson, A. and Favini, R. (2006). Evolving Web, Evolving librarian. Library Hi Tech News 23 (7), 18-21. Lamb, B. (2004). Wide open spaces. Wikis Ready or not. TheWayItWasMeantToBe. Educause September/October 2004. s. 36-48. Available at: https://www.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/erm0452.pdf Macaskill, W., & Owen, D. (2006). Web 2.0 to go. Proceedings LIANZA Conference 2006, Wellington(NewZealand). http://www.lianza.org.nz/library/files/store_013/Web2ToGo_WMacaskill.pdf Maness, J. (2006). Library 2.0 Theory: Web 2.0 and Its Implications for Libraries. Webology, 3(2), Article 25. Available at: http://www.webology.ir/2006/v3n2/a25.html Marchionini, G. & Maurer, H. (1995). The roles of Digital Libraries in teaching and Learning. Communications of the ACM, 38(4).

Bo Gerner Nielsen (bgn@db.dk)

Integration of web 2.0 – wikis

Integration of web 2.0 – wikis

Integration of web 2.0 – wikis

Integration of web 2.0 – wikis

Integration of web 2.0 – wikis

Integration of web 2.0 – blogs

Integration of web 2.0 –blogs

Integration of web 2.0 –blogs

Integration of web 2.0 – rss

Integration of web 2.0 – rss

Integration of web 2.0 – rss

Integration of web 2.0 – rss

Integration of web 2.0 – rss

Integration of web 2.0 –podcast

Integration of web 2.0 –podcast

Integration of web 2.0 – mashups

Integration of web 2.0 – mashups

Integration of web 2.0 – mashups

Integration of web 2.0 – mashups


				
DOCUMENT INFO