Le 02 novembre dernier se tenait à l'Université de Californie (Berkeley), une conférence sur le thème "Academic library 2.0". Elle était organisée par la Librarians Association of the University of California, Berkeley Division.

cc license: Michael Habib in Meredith FARKAS, Building a library 2.0

Les interventions de cette journée et les documents d'accompagnement sont disponibles en ligne. Je retranscris ci-après les intitulés des présentations :

  • Terence K. Huwe, Director of Library and Information Resources, Institute for Research on Labor and Employment, UC Berkeley:
    "The Library Commons, Library 2.0 and the Research Community: Field Notes from the Institute for Research on Labor and Employment (IRLE)"
  • Raymond Yee, PhD, Lecturer, School of Information, UC Berkeley:
    "What Should We Do With Our Digitized Books?"
  • Anne-Marie C. Basso, Harrison Dekker, Tim Dennis & Corinne Robinson-Slouber, Doe Research & Collections, UC Berkeley:
    Collaborative Publishing – The Read/Write Web
  • Erik Wilde, Visiting Professor, School of Information, UC Berkeley:
    Deconstructing Blogs
  • Karen Munro, E-Learning Librarian & Jesse Silva, Federal Documents Librarian, UC Berkeley:
    "U. S. Congressional Research 2.0
  • Michael Buckland, Professor, School of Information, UC Berkeley & Kimberley Carl, Programmer Analyst:
    Self-Service Reference
  • Teri Vogel, Information Specialist, UC San Diego:
    "Pulling and Pushing Information Using RSS Feeds
  • Danielle Kane, Chemistry/Biochemistry Librarian, UC Santa Cruz & Bernadette Daly Swanson, UC Davis:
    Second Life: Education in a Virtual World
  • James Neal, University Librarian & Vice President for Information Services, Columbia University:
    The Case for Mutability: Library 2.0 and Implications for Academic Library Staffing, Organization, and Leadership
Les auteurs des interventions sont présentés plus longuement sur une autre page du site.