“23 Things” around the World
23 Things to do with Web 2.0 and Libraries
Web resources around the World!
Our ILN web resource for “23 Things” is hosted on the above address, and is available 24/7 for you or your colleagues to use at any time. We would also encourage becoming familiar with Web 2.0 applications as a “community of learners” – a group of people with similar interests who will try to work through the 23 Things together over a few months from November 2008 to approximately March 2009. The “learning community” is supportive, cooperative and sharing – just like Web 2.0.
This site is an SLA sponsored wiki which also offers a resource to learn and pick up ’23 Things’ about Web 2.0 ideas, especially in libraries. This resource is currently available until 15 December 2008, though a future offering is inevitable I would think. To post comments you have to sign up (free), and do have the opportunity to ask questions or make comment through their nifty avatar!
This is the originally designed ’23 Things’, developed by Helene Blowers in 2006. The opportunity is not currently available for participation as a ‘community of learners’ as it was offered to staff at the PLCMC library service only, but the information, podcasts etc is still available for anyone to learn from. This is the model used at Zayed University and in hundreds of other libraries all over the world – adapt from this or other variations to suit your particular organization…
’23 Things’ for academic libraries:
’23 Things’ for school libraries:
’23 Things’ for health libraries:
’23 Things’ for government libraries:
’23 Things’ for State and public libraries: