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Monthly Archives: February 2012
Part A: Evaluative Statement: Bobish (2010) states that in a recent survey ‘ 84% of teacher librarians used Web 2.0 tools to facilitate delivery of content but only 38% of these same librarians were using the tools to actively illustrate … Continue reading →
Where does one’s online life end and one’s real life begin? Tufecki as cited in Ingram(2011) says ‘our online lives are becoming inextricably linked with our offline one.’ My Second Life (SL) experience was transformational. It exposed me to an environment … Continue reading →
My first experience of Delicious was in 2008, when my school used it to collect, organise and share relevant websites with students and staff. Teachers tagged, students clicked. However, after a year of using it, folksonomy had reared its ugly head. Mathes (as … Continue reading →
Social media breathes new life into information, in how it is created, shared and regenerated. Web 2.0 is the participatory web. It has changed how information is delivered and received. It is no longer a few creating and publishing for … Continue reading →
Libraries ‘are about something deeper, about information, about access to knowledge, about providing a public space where citizens can interact with each other, all within the context of an exchange of knowledge. Libraries are at the core of our understanding … Continue reading →