Library 2.0: An overview
|Library 2.0: An overview|
|Published in||Medical Reference Services Quarterly|
|Keyword(s)||Blikis, Blogs, Folksonomy, Librarian 2.0, Library 2.0, Library as Place, Mashups, Medical Librarian 2.0, Medical Library 2.0, Peer production, Podcasting, Read/write Web, Semantic Web, Syndication, Tag clouds, Tagging, User-generated content, Web 2.0, Web 3.0, Wikis|
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Web 2.0 technologies focus on peer production, posting, subscribing, and tagging content; building and inhabiting social networks; and combining existing and emerging applications in new and creative ways to impart meaning, improve search precision, and better represent data. The Web 2.0 extended to libraries has been called Library 2.0, which has ramifications for how librarians, including those who work in medical settings, will interact and relate to persons who were born digital, especially related to teaching and learning, and planning future library services and facilities.
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