Web 2.0

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2009 KPM Symposium Resource Materials

Thanks to Dr. Betsy Martens for inviting us to speak on the Innovation Track of the 2009 KPM Symposium.  Thanks to all the Symposium attendees for the warm welcome extended to us.

Please find below the resources and links we used in our presentation:

KMRM E 2.0 Power Point Presentation on slideshare

KMRM E 2.0 Presentation Outline on slideshare

Congratulations PBworks!

If you haven't tried a "pb"wiki, it's definitely time you tried the new "PB"works. This fast-growing, collaborative web platform company provides enterprises and educators... small and large... a wonderful way to do all those important knowledge management things with what they know: Create it Capture it Secure it Combine it Pool it Edit it Connect it Share it Transfer it Distribute it Network it Web 2.0 it Manage it Workflow it Search it Filter it Locate it Store it Use it Reuse it Experience it.

reluctant blogger?

University of Oklahoma professor Doc Martens asked me (Michelle) to pinch hit at the Oklahoma Library Association annual convention this past Wednesday. The topic of the panel discussion was open source software, i.e. OSS. I was the clean-up batter, and my mission was to summarize my conversion from an open source technophobe to an open source/open access evangelist.

Just how do we find information in this day and age?

In focusing on information users, I found two articles that suggest that the Internet is quickly becoming our preferred source of information.

thanks Stewart Brower...

More on Web. 2.0 OU-Tulsa is so very fortunate to have Stewart Brower, MLIS, AHIP, as the enthusiastic and charming leader (more than a director) of our library. He has graciously agreed to post his RSS (Web 2.0) slide presentation on his "Professional Notes" blog. This serves as a good review of Web 2.0.

KM goes social

If you're wondering where KM sits in the face of social networking, check out David Gurteen's slide presentation "KM Goes Social" on slideshare.

2.0 phenomenon

David Gurteen has cleverly explained the 2.0 phenomenon in a powerpoint and chart comparing "World 1.0 and 2.0".  Following is a summary of information offered by the ACRL

What about Web 2.0?

Communicating on the web...

Thanks to Scott Karp and Publishing 2.0, anyone who has any hesitancy or wonderment about the 21st century journalist can now be FULLY informed!

Is web 2.0 communication? Can it be?

Today started out like most Mondays. You know, "Monday Monday"...

The one bright spot was taking a break to support a fellow colleague at the ACRL-OK conference in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Her (Linda Summers) poster presentation on libraries and blogging as a way to COMMUNICATE with patrons caught the eye and attention of keynote speaker David Silver.