Web 2.0 and libraries: Some examples. OCLC Members Council 13 February 2006 Lorcan Dempsey. Flat applications Lightweight service composition and web services Rich interaction Ajax. ‘Data is the new functionality’ Make data work harder ‘Participation’. Web 2.0. Tim O’Reilly. Outline.
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OCLC Members Council
13 February 2006
Human- and machine-readable interface that resolves OCLC record number or ISBN to probable audience level
Uses type-of-library holdings data in WorldCat to calculate audience levels for books represented in WorldCat
OCLC Research Team:
Lynn Connaway (lead)
Akeisha HeardAudience Level
Greasemonkey script interacts with web
Service and inserts result in web page.
The work record for Don Quixote
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