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Published on August 6, 2007

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JISC:  JISC July 2007 Joint Information Systems Committee Supporting education and research JISC:  JISC 06/08/2007 | Supporting education and research | Slide 2 Balviar Notay Programme Manager for Resource Discovery b.notay@hotmail.com Repositories and Web 2.0 Formal Repositories:  Formal Repositories OAIS Repository Usage:  Repository Usage CD- LORE project – investigated barriers and enablers to successful embedding and use of LO repositories http://www.academy.gcal.ac.uk/cd-lor/index.html Survey for methods for sharing content Email 75.3%  Personal website 26.7%  Conventional post 3.2%  By hand 27.1%  Other, including:  Network 8.5%  Website, wiki, blog 9.7%  Meetings 6.1%  Web conferencing 2.0%  VLE 7.7%  Repository 1.2%  CD/DVD/USB 0.4% Slide5:  Web 2.0 Approaches:  Web 2.0 Approaches Social Networks Myspace/Facebook Blogs wikis Social Bookmarking Images and Multimedia Sharing Folksonomy Social tagging for personalisation annotation Searching Browser and Desktop API Visual and Meta Search Engines RSS feeds and Mashups Collaborative Editing Tools SlideShare:  SlideShare http://www.slideshare.net/ Scribd:  Scribd http://www.scribd.com/ BBC 2.0: 15 Web Principles:  BBC 2.0: 15 Web Principles http://www.tomski.com/archive/new_archive/000063.html Library 2.0:  Library 2.0 Plymouth State University list of the most popular books, recent search terms used by other users, ability to tag items with user-chosen tags, user comments and book reviews. Many features provided by the use of RSS feeds from the Library Management System itself. The tagging tools are provided by an external social tagging Website called Technorati Book reviews and detailed descriptions are also provided from the Amazon Web site, and other Amazon services such as ‘search inside’ and ‘tables of contents’ are also integrated into the site. JISC Projects:  JISC Projects Study on the Information Behaviour of the Researcher of the Future - Google Generation project – JISC and BL Study to look at what are potential external web 2.0 environments where the JISC can provide services. Rich Tags Project Enhanced Tagging for Resource Discovery Web 2.0 Repository??:  Web 2.0 Repository?? So how do we merge the formal digital repository with web 2.0? Web 2.0 doesn’t do curation and preservation – do we care about this? Successful web 2.0 seems to be global in nature not local or geographically based? – do we care? Web 2.0 isn’t heavy on metadata – is that good enough Web 2.0 IPR – no strict policies in place – should we be concerned? References:  References Some slides were taken from previous presentation/papers given by Andy Powell (Eduserve) Tom Loosemoore (BBC) Steve Abram (SirsiDynix) Brian Kelly (UKOLN)

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