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Wikis

Author : Jane Klobas
ISBN : 9781780631837
Genre : Social Science
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Wikis as information sources, as a form of publishing, and as tools for collaboration, are discussed in this book. The applications of wikis in library and information services, education and business are explored, with examples. Provides an overview of wikis, in the context of the increasing use of ‘social software’ and the trend towards a more interactive World Wide Web. The different kinds of wikis are identified and described. The advantages and problems associated with using wikis in information work and collaboration are discussed. One of the problems is simply that of finding wikis that deal with a particular topic or activity, and this is addressed through a discussion of directories, search engines and other finding tools. Later chapters cover the options for creating wikis and the management of a wiki. The book concludes with lists of resources related to wikis. No other book currently available, addresses this highly topical subject Wikis are becoming important sources of information on the web yet they are little understood by librarians or the general public Although wikis can be useful sources of information, Internet users need to know how wikis operate if they are to be able to evaluate the information in a wiki

Networked Sociability And Individualism Technology For Personal And Professional Relationships

Author : Comunello, Francesca
ISBN : 9781613503393
Genre : Computers
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The recent popularity of Social Network Sites (SNS) shows that there is a growing interest in articulating, making visible, and managing personal or professional relationships through technology-enabled environments. Networked Sociability and Individualism: Technology for Personal and Professional Relationships provides a multidisciplinary framework for analyzing the new forms of sociability enabled by digital media and networks. This book focuses on a variety of social media and computer-mediated communication environments with the aim of identifying and understanding different types of social behavior and identity expression.

Encyclopedia Of Computer Science And Technology

Author : Harry Henderson
ISBN : 9781438110035
Genre : Computer science
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Presents an illustrated A-Z encyclopedia containing approximately 600 entries on computer and technology related topics.

Enterprise 2 0

Author : Niall Cook
ISBN : 9781351939881
Genre : Business & Economics
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Social software has taken the Internet by storm, fuelling huge growth in collaborative authoring platforms (such as blogs, wikis and podcasts) and massive expansion in social networking communities. These technologies have generated an unprecedented level of consumer participation and it is now time for businesses to embrace them as part of their own information and knowledge management strategies. Enterprise 2.0 is one of the first books to explain the impact that social software will have inside the corporate firewall, and ultimately how staff will work together in the future. Niall Cook helps you to navigate this emerging landscape and introduces the key concepts that make up 'Enterprise 2.0'. The 4Cs model at the heart of the book uses practical examples from well known companies in a range of industry sectors to illustrate how to apply Enterprise 2.0 to encourage communication, cooperation, collaboration and connection between employees and customers in your own company. Erudite, well-researched and highly readable, this book is essential for anyone involved in knowledge, information and library management, as well as those implementing social software tools inside organizations. It will also appeal to marketing, advertising, public relations and internal communications professionals who need to exploit the opportunities social software offers for significant business impact and competitive advantage.

Information Science In Transition

Author : Alan Gilchrist
ISBN : 9781856046930
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Are we at a turning point in digital information? The expansion of the internet was unprecedented; search engines dealt with it in the only way possible - scan as much as they could and throw it all into an inverted index. But now search engines are beginning to experiment with deep web searching and attention to taxonomies, and the Semantic Web is demonstrating how much more can be done with a computer if you give it knowledge. What does this mean for the skills and focus of the information science (or sciences) community? Should information designers and information managers work more closely to create computer based information systems for more effective retrieval? Will information science become part of computer science and does the rise of the term informatics demonstrate the convergence of information science and information technology - a convergence that must surely develop in the years to come? Issues and questions such as these are reflected in this monograph, a collection of essays written by some of the most pre-eminent contributors to the discipline. These peer reviewed perspectives capture insights into advances in, and facets of, information science, a profession in transition. With an introduction from Jack Meadows the key papers are: Meeting the challenge, by Brian Vickery The developing foundations of information science, by David Bawden The last 50 years of knowledge organization, by Stella G Dextre Clarke On the history of evaluation in IR, by Stephen Robertson The information user, by Tom Wilson The sociological turn in information science, by Blaise Cronin From chemical documentation to chemoinformatics, by Peter Willett Health informatics, by Peter A Bath Social informatics and sociotechnical research, by Elisabeth Davenport The evolution of visual information retrieval, by Peter Enser Information policies, by Elizabeth Orna Disparity in professional qualifications and progress in information handling, by Barry Mahon Electronic scholarly publishing and open access, by Charles Oppenheim Social software: fun and games, or business tools?, by Wendy A Warr Bibliometrics to webometrics, by Mike Thelwall. This monograph previously appeared as a special issue of the Journal of Information Science, published by Sage. Readership: Reproduced here as a monograph, this important collection of perspectives on a skill in transition from a prestigious line-up of authors will now be available to information studies students worldwide and to all those working in the information science field.

Handbook Of Research On Hybrid Learning Models Advanced Tools Technologies And Applications

Author : Wang, Fu Lee
ISBN : 9781605663814
Genre : Computers
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"This book focuses on Hybrid Learning as a way to compensate for the shortcomings of traditional face-to-face teaching, distance learning, and technology-mediated learning"--Provided by publisher.

Human Computer Interaction

Author : Panayiotis Zaphiris
ISBN : 9781605660523
Genre : Computers
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"This reference book penetrates the human computer interaction (HCI) field a wide variety of comprehensive research papers aimed at expanding the knowledge of HCI"--Provided by publisher.

Teaching With Technology

Author : Joe M. Williams
ISBN : 1843341727
Genre : Education
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Summary This practical book introduces readers to the current technology topics and issues facing today's academic instruction and reference librarians. The book provides up-to-date overviews of cutting edge technologies, offers an insight on current educational uses and applications of these new tools, and discusses common problems and pitfalls librarians may encounter when incorporating current technologies into their instruction services. Chapters are written by experienced practitioners, providing detailed information on best practices and common pitfalls using today's technologies. Topics include teaching with streaming video, chat-based virtual reference services, wireless networking, weblogs and course management software. Key Features 1. Describes concrete applications of technology for today's academic library instruction programs 2. Discusses the academic librarian's role as both educator and technology innovator 3. Evaluates new technologies from an instructional (rather than a reference or access) services viewpoint 4. Provides tools for assessing the technology needs of an academic library instruction program 5. Identifies further readings related to individual technologies used in library instruction The Editors Joe M. Williams is Assistant Professor and Manager of Education and Technology Services, Texas A&M University Libraries. He has several years' experience integrating technologies with library services and delivering library instruction over the web. Susan P. Goodwin is Assistant Professor and Coordinator of Instructional Services, Texas A&M University Libraries. For the past five years she has developed and delivered instruction and information literacy initiatives for the University Libraries, and worked previously as a course developer for Athabasca University, Canada. Readership The book is intended primarily for academic instruction librarians, reference librarians, as well as technology and systems librarians. It will also be of interest to public, special and school librarians, academic LIS instructors, and higher education (non-library) instructors interested in incorporating technology into their teaching. Contents Screencasting 101: online tutorials for library instruction Blogs, wikis, RSS and podcasting: Web 2.0 tools Virtual reference and instruction Mobile computing Beyond the keyboard: optimising technology spaces for collaborative learning, instruction and service Libraries in the course management systems learning environment Academic librarians in the age of videoconferencing: tools for teaching, collaboration and professional development

Library Information Update

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105132697090
Genre : Library science
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Library And Information Science Research In The 21st Century

Author : Ibironke O. Lawal
ISBN : 184334372X
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This book is a theoretically informed research guide that draws attention to new and growing areas in LIS research. Apart from providing basic research tools, it acquaints librarians with a theoretical compass for dealing with digital media, and pays particular attention to electronic media. There is coverage of user-centered services, the practical application of research results and Survey Instrument design. The clear text, simple style and rich content make this book an invaluable resource for students, scholars and practicing librarians.

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