Detaily příspěvku konference
Novinky ve vyhledávání na internetu a svět 2.0
Koordinátor: Martin Lhoták, Knihovna Akademie věd ČR, Praha
Kdy a kde: 24. 5. 2007, 8.30 - 12.00, Nová aula
Web 2.0 jako výzva pro informační gramotnost
Autor: Peter Godwin, University of Bedfordshire
Web generation students think they know how to use the internet and can’t see why they need to talk to a librarian. Trends in the USA showing a disconnection between libraries and students may be mirrored elsewhere in the world. Librarians can respond by judicious promotion of Google Scholar and new search engines, key gateways, alongside their subscription databases and hoped for ultimate metasearch engine. Web 2.0 has moved the agenda towards more interactive solutions for engaging our users. It has become the platform, so we can use tools formerly the exclusive province of technical wizards. This challenges us to become Web 2.0 literate ourselves. Web 2.0 should invoke changes to the content of our Information Literacy curriculum. The need to acknowledge the legitimacy of blogs and wikis as information sources will reinforce the importance of critical evaluation skills. Web 2.0 also gives us formidable new tools to use in Information Literacy teaching: Podcasts and YouTube as new methods of delivery; blogs and wikis can promote active learning ; social bookmarking and tagging is the sharing of resources. Addressing Web 2.0 is limited only by our own competence and imagination.
Peter Godwin is currently working as an Academic Librarian at the University of Bedfordshire in Luton, UK. His main focus is on Information Literacy in academic libraries and in particular the impact of Web 2.0 on Information Literacy in all information sectors.He is currently editing a book on this topic. He draws on many years' experience in academic library management and has presented at Conferences in the UK and USA.
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Autor: Helle Lauridsen, ProQuest CSA, Velká Británie
Autor: Vilém Sklenák, Vysoká škola ekonomická v Praze
Autor: Pavel Kocourek, INCAD, c/o Convera ČR, Praha
Autor: Filip Vojtášek, Albertina icome Praha s.r.o.