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					Web 2.0 for Library Media Specialists
             Lori M. Carter
        Lori_Carter@hcpss.org
          Technology Teacher
    Library Media Specialist, NBCT
    What Will We Learn?
Understand the difference between Web 1.0
and Web 2.0.
Understand why we should explore the
possibilities of Web 2.0.
View some Web 2.0 websites with examples
of use for the library media center.
View Google Reader as a leadership tool.
View the Web 2.0 Directory
What is Web 2.0?


           QuickTime™ and a
   Sorenson Video 3 decompressor
    are needed to see this picture.
                Web 2.0
Web 2.0
– is the transition of the World Wide Web from a
  collection of websites to a computing platform
  serving web applications to end users. People can
  connect and make groups easily.
Creativity
Collaboration
Community
Is Web 2.0 revolutionary?
“Here Comes Everybody” Clay Shirky
– The power of organizing without organizations.
1400’s - scribes were irreplaceable
Johannes Gutenberg - moveable type
“Professional self-conception and self-
defense, so valuable in ordinary times,
become a disadvantage in revolutionary
ones, because professionals are always
concerned with threats to the profession.”
 Change for Professions
Journalist - worked for a publisher
– Blogs
Photographer
– Online hosting sites
– Digital cameras
      Change Libraries
The hallmark of revolution is that the
goals of the revolutionaries cannot be
contained by the institutional structure
of the existing society.
– Information
– Books
         Revolutionaries
- Jack M. Maness, University of Colorado,
“Library 2.0 Theory: Web 2.0
Implications for Libraries”
– User-Centered: users participate in the
  creation of content and services they view
  in your web presence
   • Wiki: posting new books, podcasts, lessons
   • Blogs: write about your work, reader
         Revolutionaries
– MultiMedia Experience: collections have
  video and audio components
  • iPods to carry information from Discovery
    Streaming
  • Streaming media: tutorials - Jing
– Socially Rich: User’s can use synchronous
  (IM) and asynchronous (wiki) to
  communicate
          Revolutionaries
Communally Innovative: community service -
as communities change, libraries change -
the user’s help change them
– Facilitator - give up control - building community
– Users interact and create content with librarians
   • eBooks, PodTalks
       School Library 2.0
Searching - Finding
Access - Sharing
Individuals seeking information -
Communities seeking information
Catalog of reliable print/electronic holdings -
Catalog of reliable and suspect holdings: web
pages, blogs, wikis
Collaborative Discovery System
    Why should we care?
Our students will be entering a global
economy.
The definition of literacy is expanding.
Understand the tools; integrate the tools
into our instruction.
Our students are wired!
International Reading Council

   “To become fully literate in today’s world,
     students must become proficient in the new
     literacies of ICT (information and
     communication technology). Therefore,
     literacy educators have a responsibility to
     effectively integrate these technologies into
     the literacy curriculum in order to prepare
     students for the literacy future they deserve.”
   A position statement of the International Reading Council, “Integrating Literacy and
     Technology into the Curriculum”
      Expanded Definition of
            Literacy
Information literacy, digital literacy, new literacy,
computer literacy, computer-technology literacy,
critical literacy and media literacy
"Our concept of literacy has been based on the assumption that
print is the primary carrier of information in our culture and that
the most important skills are those that enable students to
understand and express themselves in text. The new definition
of literacy is based on a different assumption: that digital
technology is rapidly becoming a primary carrier of information
and that the broader means of expression this technology
makes possible are now critical for education. Text literacy is
necessary and valuable, but no longer sufficient.” Meyer/Rose,
2000
 How do Web 2.0 Websites
         Work?
Ease of use             Examples
Open up your data -     – Wiki
share - if you desire   – Blog
You are part of the     – Social Computing
software                   • Intersection of people
Hint: Create a “Web          and computers
2.0” e-mail address
JING
   Capture images
   – Tutorials
   – Record video
   – Share online
       • Embed
       • URL
                            ker
Kerpoof allows you to easily create pictures, stories, and
animated movies. Pictures can be created by first selecting a
scene from a variety of different back-drops, and then dragging
and dropping objects (thousands of which are available) onto
the 3D scene. Stories can be created by linking multiple scenes
together and adding text.

Kerpoof also allows animated movies to be created with an
intuitive interface. The animation interface has been designed to
introduce basic concepts to children in a fun context. Kerpoof
makes it very easy to get started but still provides flexibility and
control.

Pixie
            LetterPop
Use LetterPop to create eye-popping
newsletters. Your newsletter can be
embedded in a blog, added to a website
as a link, e-mailed, or printed out.
Parent/family connections, professional
development, staff/student
communications
Not for student use.
               Voki
Voki allows you to create your own
personalized avatar. Your avatar can
speak for you!
Grab your students attention!
See a Voki
Not for student use.
           SearchMe
SearchMe is a search engine that
shows you categories as you type your
search query.
The results are visual!
          Google Reader
Join these blogs:
– Cool Cat Teacher Blog
– Free Technology For Teachers
– Never Ending Search - SLJ
– Tammy Worcester
– iLearn Technology
   • Send links to your staff each week!
       Web 2.0 Directory
Visit and explore!
– http://www.go2web20.net

– Discover a Web 2.0 site to share!
Re-Think Your Library Media
          Center
"What our students understand (and that we, as
teachers, seem blind to) is that the very nature of
information has changed. It's changed in what it looks
like, what we look at to view it, where we find it, what
we can do with it, and how we communicate it. We
live in a brand new, and dynamically rich information
environment, and if we are going to reach our
students in a way that is relevant to their world and
their future (and ours), then we must teach them from
this new information environment." -David Warlick
2 Cents Worth Blog - author, consultant
                  d
Make calls from your computer free to
other Skype users. Download free.
Skype your team!
Collaborate regardless of space or time.
     Web 2.0 Tools to Try
Quizlet.com: create and share flashcards
Gliffy.com: create and share graphic
organizers
Del.icio.us.com: create and share bookmarks
Lookybook.com: preview books and share
what you think about them

				
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