Bericht aus der Library2.0-Umfrage
Posted by jintan on 17 January, 2007
Interessant bei dem Bericht ist, wie die Tools in Bibliotheken nach unterschiedlichen Anwendungen eingesetzt werden:
- An internal blog where we try to share some of the research gems we find
- A what’s-new-in-the-library blog
- Experimenting with the idea of embedding federal government RSS feeds into resource guides for our executive departments using feed2js
- Social bookmarking for internal reference stuff
- Use IM constantly for collaboration internally and externally …It is business critical.
- A wiki/blog as another means to communicate news and information internally in our library.
- RSS is used but little understood
- Encourage doctors to use RSS feeds to stay up to date with their favorite journals. I help them create searches on PubMed that are saved as RSS feeds.
- We use a wiki for reference service.
- Wikis for compiling results of large group research projects.
- Personalized RSS feeds for users, based on their interests.
- A social bookmarking tool integrated in with the library system.
- Our Intranet is made up solely of 2.0 tools – blogs for communication and wikis for collaboration.
- A blog that only the librarians see, where we post kudos to each other, announcements and links to interesting Web sites.
- I was asked for my bookmarks so many times that I turned it into a del.icio.us catalogue.
aber was macht man mit solchen internen Probleme:
- Hard to get our group to post to the blog or even to read it!
- Admin didn’t see the use of blogs/RSS…
- our parent institution blocks IM.
- IT don’t want to cooperate.
- IT department has really put the hammer down on any multimedia things such as instant messaging or view podcasts.
- IT’s reluctance to adopt new technologies out of fear as to what it will do to their system is our biggest problem.
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