This subject will explore the concept, theory and practice of social networking technologies within the context of libraries and work of information professionals, with a particular focus on Library 2.0 and participatory library service. This subject requires students to immerse themselves within a range of social networking enviroments, including the use of blogs, wikis, social bookmarking, Facebook, IM, Flickr, and Second Life, and evaluate their learning experiences throughout the session as both social networker and information professional.
School of Information Studies
Not available to students who have completed INF506
INF506 Paired Subject
- Web 2.0, social networking and the social life of information - Web 2.0 technologies and social networking software - Types and functions - Library 2.0 and participatory library services - Concepts, theory and practice - Making Web 2.0 work for your organisation - Social networking and information policy
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