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Title: I Like You. Youre Not Like Other Cats.


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I Like You. Youre Not Like Other Cats.
http//mildabandon.net/
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SCLEC-Net A Model Online Social
Consortial Network
  • Gerry McKiernan
  • Science and Technology Librarian
  • Iowa State University Library
  • Ames IA
  • gerrymck_at_iastate.edu

http//www.public.iastate.edu/gerrymck/SCLECNet.p
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SCELC Colloquium III
  • Loyola Marymount University
  • Los Angles, California
  • March 5 2008

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!!! THANK YOU !!!
  • Jeff Gatten
  • California Institute Of The Arts
  • Rick Burke SCELC

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DISCLAIMER (1)
  • The screen prints selected for this presentation
    are for educational purposes, and their inclusion
    does not constitute an endorsement of an
    associated person, product, service, or
    institution.

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DISCLAIMER (2)
  • The views and opinions expressed
  • in this presentation are those of the presenter
    and do not constitute an endorsement by Iowa
    State University or its Library.

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OUTLINE (1)
  • Web 2.0
  • Social Networking Services
  • Facebook
  • Librarian Facebook Presence
  • Library Facebook Presence
  • Facebook Groups for Professionals

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OUTLINE (2)
  • Institutional Facebook Networks
  • Facebook Pages
  • SCELC Website
  • My ALA
  • Friends Social Networking Sites for Engaged
    Library Services

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Web 2.0 Participatory Web
  • Web 2.0, refers to a perceived second generation
    of Web-based communities and hosted services
    such as social-networking sites, wikis and
    folksonomies which aim to facilitate
    collaboration and sharing between users.
  • The term became popular following the first
    O'Reilly Media Web 2.0 conference in 2004.
    Although the term suggests a new version of the
    World Wide Web, it does not refer to an update to
    any technical specifications, but to changes in
    the ways software developers and end-users use
    the Web

http//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_2
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Social Networking
  • A social network service focuses on the building
    and verifying of online social networks for
    communities of people who share interests and
    activities, or who are interested in exploring
    the interests and activities of others, and which
    necessitates the use of software.
  • Most social network services are primarily
    Web-based and provide a collection of various
    ways for users to interact, such as chat,
    messaging, email, video, voice chat, file
    sharing, blogging, discussion groups, etc.

http//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_network_servic
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Social Networking
http//www.victorinox.ch/
Swiss Army Information Tool
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Social Networking Sites
  • aSmallWorld
  • Bebo
  • Boomj
  • Classmates
  • Cyworld
  • Facebook
  • Friendster
  • hi5
  • LinkedIn
  • Mixi
  • MySpace
  • orkut
  • Ning
  • Y! Mash

http//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_social_networ
king_websites
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http//valleywag.com/tech/data-junkie/the-world-ma
p-of-social-networks-273201.php
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Use Facebook To
Facebook is a social utility that connects you
with the people around you.
  • Keep up with friends and family
  • Share photos and videos
  • Control privacy online
  • Reconnect with old classmates
  • Discuss interests and hobbies
  • Plan parties and other event

http//www.facebook.com/
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Facebook Overview (1)
  • Launched on February 4 2004
  • Founded by Mark Zuckerberg at Harvard
  • Expanded from Harvard to other colleges and
    universities, then to high schools, then to
    companies, then to any- one 13 years of age or
    older
  • Largest number of registered users among
    college-focused sites (July 2007)
  • Among the Top Ten most-visited Web sites
    (September 2007)

http//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Facebook
http//iastate.facebook.com/terms.php
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Facebook Overview (2)
  • Number One site for photos in the United States,
    ahead of public sites such as Flickr
  • Membership
  • 66 million
  • Growth
  • 7 million (July 2006)
  • 14 million (January 2007)
  • 36 million (August 2007)
  • 66 million (March 1 2008)
  • 250,000 new registrations per day

http//www.wired.com/techbiz/startups/news/2007/09
/ff_facebook
http//www.facebook.com/press/info.php?statistics
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Facebook Features (1)
  • Profile
  • Contains all the information about an individual
    that friends and people in your networks can view
  • Networks, Sex, Relationship Status, Birthday,
    Hometown, Political Views, Religious Views
  • Education and Work--Education Info Colleges,
    High School. Work Info Employer, Position, Time
    Period
  • Information -- Contact Info E-mail, AIM, Land
    Phone, Current Address, Residence, Website.
    Personal Info Activities, Interests, Favorite
    Music, Favorite TV Shows, Favorite Books,
    Favorite Quotes
  • Individual provides or chooses not to provide
    details

http//iastate.facebook.com/privacy.php?viewprofi
le
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Facebook Features (2)
  • Core Features
  • Friends
  • Inbox and Messages
  • News Feed and Status
  • Profile and Mini-Feed
  • Pokes
  • Requests and Notifications
  • The Wall

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Facebook Features (3)
  • Applications by Facebook
  • Groups
  • Events
  • Notes
  • Posted Items
  • Video

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http//iastate.facebook.com/group.php?gid246
9777131
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P R I V A C Y
http//iastate.facebook.com/privacy.php
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Librarian Facebook Presence
http//www.imdb.com/title/tt0455596/
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Library Facebook Presence
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Facebook Groups
Facebook Groups
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Facebook Groups for Professionals
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MOCK_UP
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Institutional Facebook Networks
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FACEBOOK PROVIDES A ORGANIZATIONAL NETWORK FOR
MANY INSTITUTIONS / ORGANIZATIONS
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BUT FACEBOOK DOES NOT PROVIDE A NETWORK FOR
ALL INSTITUTIONS / ORGANIZATIONS
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Facebook Pages (1)
http//www.facebook.com/FacebookPages
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Facebook Pages (1)
Launched in November 2007, Facebook Pages allow
local businesses, sports teams, artists, films,
brands, public figures, non-profits ,consortia
and other business organizations to have a
presence on Facebook.
http//www.facebook.com/FacebookPages
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Facebook Pages (2)
Users can add themselves to a Facebook Page
as fans, write on its Wall, purchase products,
learn about special promotions, upload photos,
and join other users in discussion groups, as
well as send updates ... . Applications can
be added to a Page and engage users with
videos, notes, links, Flash content, and more.
http//www.facebook.com/FacebookPages
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Available ElementsA. Business Picture Can be
a maximum width of 396, and the height can only
ever be 3x the widthB. Basic Info General
info about the brand. Fields are category
specific to your vertical and can be left
blank.C. The Wall Users can post messages to
youD. Discussion Board Users can discuss new
products, services and promotions
Facebook Pages (3)
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E. Links Click to edit the page or Admin
capabilitiesF. Fans Displays users that are
fans of the businessG. Video Admin can upload
to share H. Photos Admin can upload and
Facebook Pages can be tagged in photos by their
fansI. Events Once an event is added, it can
be populated in the users calendar
Facebook Pages (2)
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MOCK_UP
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MOCK_UP
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MOCK_UP
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MOCK_UP
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SCELC - Statewide California Electronic Library
Consortium (1)
  • The Statewide California Electronic Library
    Consortium (SCELC) seeks to explore issues
    related to electronic and digital information and
    to promote the creation, access, use, management
    and maintenance of this information for the
    benefit of faculty and students in the member
    institutions.

http//www.scelc.org/about/
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SCELC - Statewide California Electronic Library
Consortium (2)
  • It further seeks to improve related library staff
    skills through development and training
    activities.
  • While regional in its membership focus, SCELC is
    committed to cooperative relationships with other
    library consortia and professional organizations
    and welcomes opportunities for joint projects and
    programs that contribute to enhancement of
    information resources in the region.

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Current SCLEC Website (1)
  • About SCELC
  • Articles of Incorporation
  • By-Laws
  • Board of Directors
  • Board Calendar
  • Member Institutions
  • Databases
  • Databases by Vendor
  • Databases by Title
  • Trial Databases

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Current SCLEC Website (2)
  • Mailing Lists
  • BSCELC
  • ESCELC
  • Finance
  • Forum
  • LRC
  • MSCELC
  • PPDC
  • PRC
  • SCELC

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Current SCLEC Website (3)
  • Members
  • Internal Documents
  • Licenses
  • Reciprocal Faculty Borrowing Privileges
  • Reciprocal Interlibrary Loan Privileges
  • SCLEC ERMS
  • Vendor Day
  • Committees
  • PRC
  • SCELC BLOG

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  • The Best Way To Predict The Future Is To Invent
    It.
  • Alan Kay
  • Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) Meeting
  • 1971

http//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alan_Kay
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Alan Kay
  • American computer scientist, known for his early
    pioneering work on object-oriented programming
    and windowing graphical user interface design
  • Conceived the Dynabook concept which defined the
    basics of the laptop computer and the tablet
    computer

http//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alan_Kay
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MY ALA (1)
http//blogs.ala.org/media/blogs/ittsupdate.php/
2008ALA-RFP-DrupalDeveloper.pdf
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MY ALA (2)
http//blogs.ala.org/media/blogs/ittsupdate.php/
20080111ExecutiveBoard.pdf
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MY ALA (1)
  • Communication Modules
  • Announcements
  • Contextual help
  • FAQs
  • Member search
  • Online status
  • RSS feeds (both displaying external feeds
    generating
  • internal ones)
  • Search across all communities
  • Welcome message
  • Interactive Communication Modules
  • Chat
  • Discussion forums (with opt-in subscriptions by
    email)
  • Document file repository (upload download)
  • Messaging (email) within the system
  • Surveys voting

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MY ALA (2)
  • Planning Organization Modules
  • Contacts
  • (name, phones, email)
  • Event calendar
  • Tables
  • Site Administration Features
  • Module inserting, moving, deletion restoration
    (from recycle bin)
  • Module permissions
  • Navigation options for left hand, dropdown top
    navigation
  • 30 days of usage statistics

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MY ALA (3)
New Features Functionality (1)
Web 2.0 Features
  • Surfacing of relevant communities to members
    based on interests noted in their profiles
  • Tagging and tag clouds for nodes
  • Wiki functionality or integration
  • APIs for interaction with external sites
    (Facebook, Flickr, Mediawiki, etc.)
  • Blogs
  • Collaborative web pages/documents, including
    versioning
  • Embedded content (Flickr pictures, YouTube
    videos, etc.)

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MY ALA (4)
New Features Functionality (2)
Interface Interaction Options
  • Advanced member search
  • Ability to opt-in to forward messages to personal
    email, or just use of personal email instead of
    an internal messaging system
  • Dashboard page to show most current content from
    communities member has joined
  • Enhanced member profiles
  • Font size widgets that let members set the text
    size for their own individual taste

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MY ALA (5)
New Features Functionality (3)
  • Sitewide Features
  • Archiving of all content
  • Contextual help
  • Media support (audio, video, screencasts, etc.
  • Photo/images galleries, integration of Flickr
    content, image resizing
  • Spellcheck
  • WYSIWYG editor that adheres to WAI guidelines
  • Backend
  • Ability for each community to choose a default
    theme or use one of their own design
  • Caching and/or other techniques to improve
    performance
  • Default community w/ full functionality designed
    in conjunction with ALAs trainer
  • Usage statistics

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Friends Social Networking Sites for Engaged
Library Services
http//onlinesocialnetworks.blogspot.com/
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! Thank You !For Your Attention
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SCLEC-Net A Model Online Social
Consortial Network
  • Gerry McKiernan
  • Science and Technology Librarian
  • Iowa State University Library
  • Ames IA
  • gerrymck_at_iastate.edu

http//www.public.iastate.edu/gerrymck/SCLECNet.p
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CAT COOKIES
  • 1 c Whole wheat flour 1/4 c Soy flour 1
    ts Catnip 1 Egg 1/3 c Milk 2 tb Wheat
    germ 1/3 c Powdered milk 1 tb unsulfurated
    molasses 2 tb Butter or Vegetable oil
  • Preheat oven to 350F. Mix dry ingredients
    together. Add molasses, egg, oil and milk. Roll
    out flat onto oiled cookie sheet and cut into
    small, cat bite-sized pieces. Bake for 20
    minutes. Let cool and store in tightly sealed
    container.

http//www.catcookies.com/
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March 3 2008 1630
Working DRAFT
http//www.public.iastate.edu/gerrymck/SCLECNet.p
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