Library 2.0: A Guide to Participatory Library Service

Information Today, Inc., 2007 - 172 páginas
Two of the first and most original thinkers on Library 2.0 introduce the essential concepts and offer ways to improve service to better meet the changing needs of 21st century library users. Describing a service model of constant and purposeful change, evaluation and updating of library services, and user participation, the book both outlines the theoretical underpinnings of Library 2.0 and provides practical advice on how to get there. From incorporating technology to reaching “the long tail,” from getting buy-in to maintaining momentum, all aspects of Library 2.0 are covered.

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A book by the same authors as the reviewed journal article "Library 2.0: Service for the next generation library". The book explains many of the concepts referred to in the article such as the long tail and how to incorporate technology. Leer reseña completa

Library 2.0: A Guide to Participatory Library Service

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The library blogosphere has been abuzz with Library 2.0 since late 2005, when Casey coined the term in his LibraryCrunch blog. Now Casey and coauthor Savastinuk (both from Gwinnett County Public ... Leer reseña completa


Chapter 1
References and Other Resources

Términos y frases comunes

Información bibliográfica