Radovanovic, Danica Open access, electronic resources and digital literacy in a Networked Web 2.0 World., 2008 . In International Scientific Conference, Electronic library, Belgrade (Serbia), 25-27 September 2008. (In Press) [Presentation]
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More than a decade after the Web began to develop, electronic resources, open access tendencies, and libraries as well as Web 2.0 developed rapidly, offering not only to librarians but the end users, researchers, educators, students new forms for communication and information. As the academy gradually extended itself into electronic libraries, online databases, social networking services, the world has populated diverse and blooming web 2.0 applications. I will focus on two emerging areas, Web 2.0 and electronic libraries, exploring their implications for higher education and emerging opportunities for teaching and learning. New level of web 2.0 paradigm raises new challenges and approaches for libraries, consortia, electronic centers, academic world and education in general. Electronic Consortia (analyses on local level – KoBSON and global – eIFL), libraries and some of the Web 2.0 applications present great science and social medium for collaboration with great impact of networking, publishing the scientific results, information growth, exchange and interactions between other networks, institutions, and making the library and the science open. Primer of open access archive E-LIS with collaborating and sharing e-resources, online social networks, networked pedagogy, the usage of electronic scientific resources, electronic literacy, issue of net/not working and other topics will be raised. Beside theoretical approach to this issues, in this presentation will be used empiric results that will bring to positive influence and fostering of information society, better quality usage of electronic resources, open access databases.
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