Social Networking & Web 2.0
The next generation of the Web (known as Web 2.0 or the "participatory web") brought innovations that turned the Web from a read-only environment into an online community where people meet, exchange information, collaborate, and communicate using web-based tools and social networking sites. These tools are now core to the Web, and a rapidly growing percentage of people now expect to be able to interact with people and content when they use the Web.
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Webinar / Last Modified: 05 June 2013
A practical webinar looking at a variety of ways libraries can increase their impact and reach in their communities using mobile technology, social networking, and integration with the consumer services users already use.
Document / Last Modified: 03 June 2013
Albany County Public Library (WY) shares their social media policies. These policies were developed by the Public Relations Coordinator, Caitlin White, and approved by the board. Thanks to Public Services Librarian, Kathy Marquis, for sharing.
Webinar / Last Modified: 31 May 2013
This webinar will cover how to create, administer, moderate, and leverage your library’s online presence using popular social media tools.
Webinar / Last Modified: 28 May 2013
Archive and associated resources for the July 27, 2011, webinar with Eli Neiburger and Barbara Jones on how libraries can navigate through issues of intellectual freedom and privacy issues in emerging technologies.
Document / Last Modified: 20 May 2013
A Computers in Libraries presentation, March 30, 2009, addressing online and f2f community engagement. Barriers to engagement and strategies for overcoming barriers are presented, as well as a case model for public participation programming.