A Strategic Framework for Library Automation. Moving Beyond Web 2.0 Toward a vision for the next-generation . Abstract.
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A Strategic Framework for Library Automation
Moving Beyond Web 2.0
Toward a vision for the next-generation
Blogs, wikis, social tagging, and other Web 2.0-inspired constructs, now commonplace, have become their own silos within the libraries' overall web presence. It's time for Web 2.0 to grow up and move into the strategic infrastructure that supports the library mission. No longer should blogs and wikis exist as stand-alone tangents and social computing be an afterthought to the overall computing environment. Breeding proposes a transformation of the way libraries approach their web presence that systematically blends Web 2.0 concepts into the fabric of its supporting technologies. Hear his tips for building on what we've learned from Web 2.0 to create an enterprise environment that more effectively supports the strategic mission of libraries.
Web 2.0 Context
Web 2.0 Critique
Library Catalog Development
See: Systems Librarian, May 2008 “Beyond the current generation of next-generation interfaces: deeper search”
Moving toward new generation of library automation
“It's Time to Break the Mold of the Original ILS” Computers in Libraries Nov/Dec 2007
(Cataloging + Circulation + OPAC + Serials + Acquisitions)
Questions and Discussion