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Published on September 29, 2008

Author: LDCseminar2008

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sharing knowledge from Acuril 2008 and assist discussion on follow-up in Dutch Caribbean
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Acuril 2008 summary followed by a plenary discussion on what could be of interest for us and how to give follow-up sharing knowledge and ideas

ACURIL 2008 “ E-librarian: Ideas, Innovation and Inspiration” Acuril participants from our region: Aruba : Astrid Britten, Ronny Alders, Lilian Semeleer Curaçao : Margo Groenewoud St. Maarten : Monique Alberts Surinam : Jane Smith, Dennis Chin-A-Fat Presenting this summary: Astrid Britten (BNA) & Margo Groenewoud (UNA)

“ E-librarian: Ideas, Innovation and Inspiration”

Acuril participants from our region:

Aruba : Astrid Britten, Ronny Alders, Lilian Semeleer

Curaçao : Margo Groenewoud

St. Maarten : Monique Alberts

Surinam : Jane Smith, Dennis Chin-A-Fat

Presenting this summary:

Astrid Britten (BNA) & Margo Groenewoud (UNA)

Outline Summary of our experiences Workshops and presentations attended Things that we have taken home with us (our good intentions) From ‘good intentions’ to ‘making it real’ What do we really want and/or need to invest in? Would it help to do things cooperatively?* So what do we do next? Input from audience: what would you like to work on? What could we do cooperatively?* * see next slide

Summary of our experiences

Workshops and presentations attended

Things that we have taken home with us (our good intentions)

From ‘good intentions’ to ‘making it real’

What do we really want and/or need to invest in?

Would it help to do things cooperatively?*

So what do we do next?

Input from audience: what would you like to work on?

What could we do cooperatively?*

* see next slide

*side note on cooperation co-operation could be: information sharing policy alignment – working from a shared framework resource sharing projects: central coordination, local operation projects: central coordination, central operation Whatever fits the purpose: Improving our services Working cost-effectively Expanding our possibilities

co-operation could be:

information sharing

policy alignment – working from a shared framework

resource sharing

projects: central coordination, local operation

projects: central coordination, central operation

Whatever fits the purpose:

Improving our services

Working cost-effectively

Expanding our possibilities

Astrid’s Acuril summary Presentations and workshops attended Things that I have taken home with me (my good intentions) > Go to Astrid’s slides

Presentations and workshops attended

Things that I have taken home with me (my good intentions)

> Go to Astrid’s slides

Margo’s Acuril summary Presentations and workshops attended: Key-note Stephen Abram SIG Academic Libraries (two sessions) OCLC general presentation dLOC (presentation and workshop) Copyright issues in the digital environment E-librarian: redefining roles in academic libraries Learning Web 2.0 (presentation and workshop) Web 2.0 (tools and tricks) Information literacy as the driving engine for economic success Putting the ‘e’ in oral history

Presentations and workshops attended:

Key-note Stephen Abram

SIG Academic Libraries (two sessions)

OCLC general presentation

dLOC (presentation and workshop)

Copyright issues in the digital environment

E-librarian: redefining roles in academic libraries

Learning Web 2.0 (presentation and workshop)

Web 2.0 (tools and tricks)

Information literacy as the driving engine for economic success

Putting the ‘e’ in oral history

what was it about? Stephen Abram “ Inspiring & Engaging our Communities and Users” http:// stephenslighthouse . sirsidynix .com/ Question: How can libraries and information have no borders? 1. BE MORE OPEN… … to the users’ paths, …to social networks, etc… 2. REMOVE BORDERS… … borders inside library, … between library & users, etc 3. CONTEXT IS KING (not content) (note: this is the added value libraries bring – use it!)

Stephen Abram

“ Inspiring & Engaging our Communities and Users”

http:// stephenslighthouse . sirsidynix .com/

Question: How can libraries and information have no borders?

1. BE MORE OPEN…

… to the users’ paths, …to social networks, etc…

2. REMOVE BORDERS…

… borders inside library, … between library & users, etc

3. CONTEXT IS KING

(not content) (note: this is the added value libraries bring – use it!)

Special Interest Group Academic Libraries Discussion on what was presented to us… BIG QUESTIONS: Is this really our near future? Is this applicable to us? Are we – Caribbeans – different? Conclusion: what do we know about us? Research needed on our youth, how they learn, how they read, how they use internet (web 2.0) etc what was it about?

Special Interest Group Academic Libraries

Discussion on what was presented to us…

BIG QUESTIONS:

Is this really our near future?

Is this applicable to us?

Are we – Caribbeans – different?

Conclusion: what do we know about us?

Research needed on our youth, how they learn, how they read, how they use internet (web 2.0) etc

what was it about? Web 2.0 (Cliff Landis - Valdosta State University) What our students use & like: social software: Facebook communication tools: email, MSN, Skype, etc media: podcast, youtube What we – reference librarians - use: Reference tools: Zotero (firefox plug-in), librarything.org Email & chat for customer support What we should consider: Make ourselves visible in our users world = virtual world Know routines of our users and be there where they are

Web 2.0 (Cliff Landis - Valdosta State University)

What our students use & like:

social software: Facebook

communication tools: email, MSN, Skype, etc

media: podcast, youtube

What we – reference librarians - use:

Reference tools: Zotero (firefox plug-in), librarything.org

Email & chat for customer support

What we should consider:

Make ourselves visible in our users world = virtual world

Know routines of our users and be there where they are

Learning Web 2.0 (Carrie Glits, Florida University) Wat is Web 2.0: all things new on the internet Big Question: should we really go into this? Most libraries: ”ehm…” or… “who, me?” Learning 2.0 is developed as a team challenge for libraries to discover web 2.0. It is a widely used & acclaimed learning programme, valued even by sceptics and non-believers. Info: http://plcmcl2-about.blogspot.com/ or google “Learning 2.0” what was it about?

Learning Web 2.0 (Carrie Glits, Florida University)

Wat is Web 2.0: all things new on the internet

Big Question: should we really go into this?

Most libraries: ”ehm…” or… “who, me?”

Learning 2.0 is developed as a team challenge for libraries to discover web 2.0. It is a widely used & acclaimed learning programme, valued even by sceptics and non-believers.

Info: http://plcmcl2-about.blogspot.com/ or google “Learning 2.0”

what was it about? Bringing the ‘e’ in oral history (Mark Greenberg, University of South Florida) Oral History = time consuming Simple modern tools such as mp3 can make it easier New software available making transcript-typing easier Digital transcipt = multi-useable research material So: what are we waiting for?

Bringing the ‘e’ in oral history

(Mark Greenberg, University of South Florida)

Oral History = time consuming

Simple modern tools such as mp3 can make it easier

New software available making transcript-typing easier

Digital transcipt = multi-useable research material

So: what are we waiting for?

Margo’s Acuril summary 2. Things that I have taken home with me (my good intentions) Intensify contacts with students (clients) > what is their routine? Get insight in to what extent Web 2.0 stuff fits in our region/culture See what we can do with OCLC on a regional level Bring dLOC to Curaçao Discuss what we need to do with oral history (new and existing material)

2. Things that I have taken home with me (my good intentions)

Intensify contacts with students (clients) > what is their routine?

Get insight in to what extent Web 2.0 stuff fits in our region/culture

See what we can do with OCLC on a regional level

Bring dLOC to Curaçao

Discuss what we need to do with oral history (new and existing material)

From ‘good intentions’ to ‘making it real’ Wrap-up: What do we really want and/or need to invest in? Would it help to do things cooperatively?*

Wrap-up:

What do we really want and/or need to invest in?

Would it help to do things cooperatively?*

So what do we do next? Discussion: Input from audience: what would you like to work on? What could we do co-operatively?* * co-operatively could be: information sharing policy alignment – working from a shared framework resource sharing projects: central coordination, local operation projects: central coordination, central operation

Discussion:

Input from audience: what would you like to work on?

What could we do co-operatively?*

* co-operatively could be:

information sharing

policy alignment – working from a shared framework

resource sharing

projects: central coordination, local operation

projects: central coordination, central operation

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