Lib2.0 SIG File Archive
Some reports which came out recently that we think will be of interest to our Lib2.0 SIG members:
Lib 2.0 Tools
Add links to relevant tools/toolkits here.
Lib 2.0 - Introduction & Past Meetings
The revamped DH+ SIG grew out of the Lib 2.0 technologies SIG, which met 2008-2011.
The Lib2.0 group explored technologies that took advantage of the social web, but did not require coding. Lib2.0 MIssion: "The revamped Lib2.0 SIG now focuses on the awareness of and practical uses for next-generation library tools which take advantage of Web 2.0 technologies. These include social networking tools, social tagging software, digital library systems, institutional repositories, subject repositories, federated search tools, and next generation OPACS. Group membership includes any librarians and library workers who are interested in keeping up with current trends in Web 2.0 technology and its potential impact on libraries. This group welcomes members of varying levels of technological expertise and comfort levels."
The following list is an overview of topics covered; click on the year/link to see descriptionsand any resources associated with the meeting
December 3, 2008: LibGuides
February 11, 2009: Wikis in METRO Libraries! Wikis in your library
April 8, 2009: Feed me: RSS in METRO Libraries
June 10, 2009: Twitters & Tweets: Twittering in METRO Libraries
September 30, 2009: Social Networking Literacy for Librarians
November 18, 2009: Follow-up: Essential Twitter For Libraries
January 27, 2010: Widgets & Gadgets
March 3, 2010: Podcasts & Podcasting
May 5, 2010: Next-Gen ILS
October 13, 2010: QR Codes
Apr 6th, 2011: Using Xtranormal
Nov 1, 2011: Lib2.0: Using Social Web tools for Library Statistics and Assessment
Project Management Tools
List of project management tools and software, roughly organized from small and cheap to large and expensive.
Compiled by Eric Stedfeld, NYU Libraries, March 18, 2010
Lib 2.0 SIG - members
*Public* Members of Lib2.0 SIG :
Stephanie Gross, Yeshiva University
Tara Lannen-Stanton, Queens Library
Meredith Levin, New York University
Bacilio Mendez, SLA-NY Diversity Chair
Manju Prasad-Rao, Long Island University
Sara Tabaei, Touro College
Mary Ellen Valverde