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  1. Web 2.0 technology and Libraries Your opinions!

  2. To get you in the mood – are you male or female? • Male • Female

  3. What is your status? • Officer Librarian • Librarian • Assistant • Library technical support • Other

  4. Select three Web 2.0 technology tools from the list below that you know the MOST about • MySpace • Facebook • Youtube • Flickr • Del.icio.us • RSS • Ning • Second Life • LibraryThing

  5. Select three Web 2.0 technology tools from the list below that you know LEAST about • MySpace • Facebook • Youtube • Flickr • Del.icio.us • RSS • Ning • Second Life • LibraryThing

  6. Social networking gives users new ways to be involved and participate in the Library. • Agree • Disagree • Abstain

  7. Libraries are in a unique position to educate young people about the role that MySpace or Facebook could play in their lives, teaching them what is appropriate online behaviour. • Agree • Disagree • Abstain

  8. Realistically we all know that students ask their friends before they ask a Librarian. Web 2.0 technologies can help libraries be better friends. • Yes • No

  9. We should ‘go where the users are’. How far do you agree with this statement? • Yes – as much as possible • Yes but not if it takes too much time • Yes but not if we sacrifice our standards • I don’t think that we should follow every whim of theirs • I don’t think we should be present in their social space • No • Abstain

  10. Using Facebook • I don’t have a Facebook account • I have never seen Facebook • I have an account but rarely use it • I use Facebook regularly • I’m addicted to using Facebook

  11. Select 3 of the following that you think (or know) might be available via the Facebook interface. • COPAC search • Newton catalogue search • Google search • JSTOR search • WorldCat search facility • University and College Research Group (CILIP) • Mini Library – search access to Europe’s national libraries • I love the University Library group • Visual bookshelf

  12. Thank you for your willingness to take part in this interactive presentationAll the results will be available on libraries@cambridge websiteThanks to Dr. M. Pearson from TurningPointfor loan of the interactive voting kitContact Libby Tilley at eat21@cam.ac.uk for more information about the kit