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Beyond the browser [Texte imprimé] : Web 2.0 and librarianship / Karl Bridges

LivresAuteur secondaire: Bridges, Karl, 1964-...., Auteur Langue: anglais.Éditeur : Santa Barbara (Calif.), Denver (Colo.), Oxford : Libraries Unlimited, 2012, cop. 2012Description : 1 vol. (xii-89 p.) : ill., couv. ill. en coul. ; 24 cmISBN: 978-1-591-58816-0.Résumé : Most librarians are infinitely familiar with the Internet due to their daily use of this essential resource. However, having practical expertise with today's digital resources does not guarantee the ability to speak intelligently and convincingly about their less-obvious benefits to funding authorities--an important skill to have. Beyond the Browser: Web 2.0 and Librarianship overviews the history of libraries and the Internet to provide necessary perspective and then examines current and future trends in libraries. In Part I, the author traces the notion of connectivity from its roots in the 19th century through the rise of digital technology in the second half of the 20th, concluding with a discussion of its influence on the role expectations and performance of today's information professional. Part II investigates the evolutionary impact of open access, scholarly inquiry, and second-generation web technologies on library organization and services. A bibliography of helpful resources is also includedSujet - Nom commun: Bibliothécaires Effets des innovations | Web 2.0 | Libraries and the Internet | Librarians -- Effect of technological innovations on | Web 2.0 | Bibliothèques et Internet Voir dans le SUDOC
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Most librarians are infinitely familiar with the Internet due to their daily use of this essential resource. However, having practical expertise with today's digital resources does not guarantee the ability to speak intelligently and convincingly about their less-obvious benefits to funding authorities--an important skill to have. Beyond the Browser: Web 2.0 and Librarianship overviews the history of libraries and the Internet to provide necessary perspective and then examines current and future trends in libraries. In Part I, the author traces the notion of connectivity from its roots in the 19th century through the rise of digital technology in the second half of the 20th, concluding with a discussion of its influence on the role expectations and performance of today's information professional. Part II investigates the evolutionary impact of open access, scholarly inquiry, and second-generation web technologies on library organization and services. A bibliography of helpful resources is also included

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