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Title:Community Contributed Content with Web 2.0 Social Bookmarking Tools
Author(s):Lalleman, Richard; Wesseling, Michael
Subject(s):World Wide Web
Internet 2.0
Access to information
Knowledge Management
social science libraries
Abstract:The World Wide Web has moved to a place where people can build virtual applications by drawing data and functionalities from a number of other sources on the Word Wide Web. In other words: the Web 2.0 is about sharing code, content, and ideas. For several years the implementation and implication of Web 2.0 tools have been included in discussions about ways to support interdisciplinary research. Although these discussions derive from different fields of interest they all assert that Web 2.0 will improve the creation and sharing of knowledge.
Issue Date:2008-08
Genre:Conference Paper / Presentation
Publication Status:unpublished
Peer Reviewed:not peer reviewed
Sponsor:International Federation of Library Associations
University of Toronto, Library
University of Toronto, Faculty of Information
University of Illinois, Library
Title VI National Resource Center Grant (P015A060066)
Date Available in IDEALS:2008-08-07

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