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More of…Web 2.0 for kids by Kat Blair
Thursday, October 25, 2007, 2:55 pm
Filed under: Libraries, teen | Tags: , ,

Thanks again to Bonnie Peirce, our facilitator, for sharing the partial list below. Her intent was to help motivate the librarians to engage media learners that come into the library using del.icio.us. 

Bookmarks for Web 2.0: Applications for Children’s Services

Dynamic Subject Directory Creation

Make Your Library del.icio.us

http://www.opal-online.org/5weeksGriffey20070222.htm

Online presentation by Jason Griffey presented on February 22, 2007, by Jason Griffey from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, as part of the Five Weeks to a Social Library series of online workshops.

Teen Web – Nashville Public Library

http://www.library.nashville.org/teens/teenweb.asp

An example of a library using a del.icio.us tag cloud to direct teens to resources from the library web page.

Creating Library Subject Directories using del.icio.us

            http://www.herzogbr.net/blog/?p=164

Created for Libcamp Boston by Brian Herzog, here is one method for using del.icio.us to create dynamic subject guides of web resources for a library’s website.Del.icio.us Model : Social Networking Strategies for Libraries            http://socialnetworkstrategies.wordpress.com/delicious-model/            Implementation tips for libraries incorporating del.icio.us into their organization.

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Hi, thanks for linking to my site “Social Networking Strategies for libraries.” I’d love to hear from you about how your library is doing with del.icio.us and other social software – I’m preparing a presentation for Online Northwest in 2008, and it would be great to see how other libraries are doing! You can contact me via my site, or email me at swallin at fvrl dot org. Thanks!

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