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Web 2 point 0 Review (in case you're behind the times)

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  • Link to the Web 2.0 page on the ACLA Youth Serivces Wiki
  • Library 2.0 Roundup:  A big list of Library 2.0 resources.
  • 100 Free Library 2.0 Webinars and Tutorials:  “If you’ve heard the buzz about Library 2.0, but don’t quite understand how to implement it, you’ve come to the right place. The internet is full of webinars, presentations, and tutorials designed to help you take your library to the next level, and we’ve highlighted some of the most useful of these here. Read on to learn how your library can get with the times.”
  • Colorado Libraries 2.0:  Colorado Libraries 2.0 is a learning program to help library staff become familiar with Web 2.0 tools. The program is designed in different modules associated with categories of tools.
  • School Library Journal 2.0:  All Together Now.
  • Beyond 2.0 - Playful Teamwork:  The Virginia Beach Public Library offered Beyond 2.0 - Playful Teamwork, a life-long learning and team collaboration experience for library staff.
  • Baker’s Dozen - Learning 2.0 Arizona:  This program is designed to encourage library staff in Arizona to experiment and learn about the new and emerging technologies and how information is used and created on the Internet today. Baker’s Dozen is designed to be fun, interactive and to stimulate learning. We hope you will share your ideas on how these Web 2.0 tools can be used in your libraries and media centers.
  • Learning 2.0:  The original Learning 2.0 Program. This site was created to support PLCMC's Learning 2.0 Program; a discovery learning program designed to encourage staff to explore new technologies and reward them for doing23 Things. Since the program's launched, it has fostered Learning 2.0 programs all over the world.  
  • MRRL Library Learning 2.0:  Learning Library 2.0 is online learning program that encourages staff to learn more about emerging technologies on the web that are changing the way people, society and libraries access information and communicate with each other.
  • Library 2.0 - LIS wiki:  Library 2.0 (L2) is a transformation in the way library services are delivered to library users. It provides new tools to make the library space (both virtual and physical) more interactive, collaborative and driven by community needs. It encourages collaborative two-way social interactions between library staff and library customers. L2 requires user participation and feedback in the development and maintenance of library services.
  • Web 2.0 Awards: 174 Web 2.0 Sites in 41 Categories
  • Library science examines future tech: Abram discusses the importance of libraries embracing Web 2.0 technologies.
  • Web 2.0 Roundup: Great source for Web 2.0 resources from a recent MLS grad/current systems librarian.
  • Emerging Technologies Group: Although this blog hasn’t been updated since 2008, the information contained within is valuable for those who are interested in learning more about Web 2.0 technologies.
  • 23 Things on a Stick:  23 Things On a Stick offers ideas to "jump start" your learning. We hope you will share your ideas on how these Web 2.0 tools can be used in your libraries and media centers.
  • Play to Learn:  “The Lee County Library System (LCLS) encourages professional development and personal growth. The Play to Learn initiative is our revised version of the Public Library of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County's (PLCMC) Learning 2.0 program. By engaging in this program, you allow yourself the opportunity for personal enrichment and for gaining the knowledge needed to better assist our customers.”  
  • The hyperlinked school library:engage,explore,celebrate The hyperlinked school library:engage,explore,celebrate: Dr Michael Stephens’ Dr Laurel Anne Clyde Memorial Keynote Address at the ASLA in 2009.

 

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