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My Personal Learning Network – OLJ9

I believe I am at Stage 1 (Immersion) of Utecht’s 5 stages of PLN adoption (Utecht, 2008) – I feel driven to find out more and particularly to check my Twitter and Yammer feeds at least daily. But I am … Continue reading

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A to Z of Social Networking for Libraries – OLJ8

Coffs Harbour City Library & Information Service is my local library. Through the library’s website, its clients can access the online catalogue and reserve titles as well as access databases. As far as I am aware, however, the library has … Continue reading

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Arizona State University’s use of web 2.0 tools to achieve the 4Cs – OLJ7

Davis’s assertion (cited by Miller) that web 2.0 is “an attitude not a technology” (Miller, 2005) reinforces the four underlying principles (also known as the 4Cs) of web 2.0. Collaboration, conversation, community and content creation are products of the attitude … Continue reading

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Social media in the workplace – OLJ2

I discovered the Common Craft videos on the web some time ago. They are awesome. They explain recent web 2.0 phenomena in plain English (I’m also a big fan of using plain English to explain things). They are simple and … Continue reading

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