Koordinátor: Jakub Petřík, Albertina icome Praha s.r.o.
Kdy a kde: 29. 5. 2008, 13.30 - 16.50, Nová aula
Autor: Patrick Danowski, Berlin State Library, Německo
Giving a good presentation on a conference about a topic, is not so easy like it sounds. There are many ways and this paper should not describe one way, but it should describe how the web 2.0 can help you to find some of the ingredients, that can be useful. This can be graphs, pictures, videos, slides from other presentations and also some points of texts but not to much. If you like to publish your presentation you also have to care about some copyright issues. The Web 2.0 offers a lot of options to find good material for presentations that will will be allowed to use. From this concrete problem we will take a look how to search the web 2.0 and what new media have to offer in the area of teaching and scientific work.
Patrick Danowski is computer scientist and scientific librarian at the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin. He works in a project of the German Science Foundation at the Union Catalog of serials. His traineeship as librarian, he did at Zentral. und Landesbibliothek Berlin, while he did the masterstudy of library- and informationscience at Humboldt University. He is blogging since september 2006 about library 2.0 and other themes in his weblog "Bibliothek 2.0 und mehr"(translatet: Library 2.0 and more). His interestes are in open access (in combination with cultural heritage) , open source, libraries and Wikipedia and certainly library 2.0.
Autor: Vilém Sklenák, Vysoká škola ekonomická v Praze
Autor: Nadežda Andrejčíková, Slovenská technická univerzita v Bratislave - Fakulta informatiky a informačných technológií
Autor: Jim McGinty, Cambridge Information Group, USA
Autor: Jiří Šmerda, Masarykova univerzita - Ústav výpočetní techniky, Brno
Spoluautoři:Vladimír Dosoudil / Marek Winkler, Masarykova univerzita - Fakulta informatiky
Autor: Jiří Jelínek, Vysoká škola ekonomická v Praze - Fakulta managementu