Now available online slides from last week’s ALISS conference.
So what is the Real Impact of Web 2.0 on Researcher Workflow? Anna Drabble Head of Digital & Product Development, Emerald.
This paper presents the findings of new research conducted by Emerald and UCL and other partners.
#LadyGaGa’sBreakfast : Social Media as a Curator’s Tool
Jeremy Jenkins, British Library
Using web tools to collate and share information with your learners and researchers Presentation on web 2.0 social media by Sarah Oxford (@Sarahbrarian)
Academic Liaison Librarian (Education) . This is a really good example of a network created by a subject librarian. Using netvibes.
dvocating Professional Social Networking to Academics
Presentation by Paula Anne Beasley & Linda Norbury, Subject Advisors (College of Engineering & Physical Sciences) Library Services, University of Birmingham. This paper talks about the design and omplemnentation of a seminar designed to teach and encourage academic staff to use web 2.0 tools.
Guiding researchers to the web tools they need: The rationale behind a Web tools for researchers’ guide
Presentation by Miggie Pickton, University of Northampton . Useful example of a guide created for researchers which presents a listing of stages in the research process eg literature review, disseminatring and suggests web 2.0 tools that they might use.
Accessibility and Inclusion – RSC West Midlands
An introduction to the work of the service with regard to web 2.0, social media and digital accessability by Alison Wootton