Dijital Yerliler, Sosyal Ağlar ve Kütüphanelerin Geleceği

Tonta, Yaşar Dijital Yerliler, Sosyal Ağlar ve Kütüphanelerin Geleceği. Türk Kütüphaneciliği, 2009, vol. 23, pp. 742-768. [Journal article (Paginated)]


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English abstract

Facebook, MySpace, Flickr and YouTube are currently among the most frequently visited websites with Web 2.0 features. They are used not only for social networking and entertainment but also for access to information, for learning and for carrying out professional work. Social networks commonly have Web 2.0 features, offer personalized services and allow users to incorporate their own content easily and describe, organize and share it with others, thereby enriching users’ experience. Some users tend to “live” on those social networks and expect information providing organizations to offer similar services. They want libraries to be as accessible, flexible, open to collaboration and sharing as that of social networks and heighten the expectations from such institutions. The future of libraries is closely associated with how successfully they meet the demands of digital users. Otherwise, the “net generation” or the “digital natives” grown up with the Web, Google and Facebook would see libraries as outdated institutions and “take their business elsewhere” to satisfy their information needs. In this paper, the impact of the technological convergence on information providing organizations is reviewed and the challenges and opportunities facing libraries in the digital environment are discussed.

Turkish abstract

Facebook, MySpace, Flickr ve YouTube gibi Web 2.0 özelliklerine sahip sosyal ağlar en çok ziyaret edilen web siteleri arasında yer almaktadır. Sosyal ağlar sadece sosyalleşmek ve eğlenmek amacıyla değil, bilgiye erişmek, öğrenmek ve profesyonel iş yapmak amacıyla da kullanılmaktadır. Sosyal ağların sağladığı işbirliği, kişiselleştirme, kullanıcı destekli içerik ekleme ve üst veri gibi özellikler kullanıcı deneyimini zenginleştirmekte ve bu web sitelerini daha çekici kılmaktadır. Kütüphanelerin de sosyal ağlar kadar erişilebilir, esnek, işbirliği ve paylaşıma açık olmasını bekleyen kullanıcılar, yoğun olarak kullandıkları sosyal ağlar aracılığıyla kütüphanelere de erişmek istemektedirler. Kütüphanelerin geleceği dijital kullanıcıların bilgi gereksinimlerini başarılı bir biçimde sağlamalarıyla yakından ilgilidir. Aksi takdirde Web, Google ve Facebook ile yetişen “ağ kuşağı” ya da “dijital yerliler” kütüphaneleri modası geçmiş kuruluşlar olarak görecek ve bilgi gereksinimlerini karşılamak için başka kuruluşlara ya da ortamlara yöneleceklerdir. Bu çalışmada Web 2.0 gibi bazı yeni teknolojilerin ve teknolojik yakınsamanın kullanıcılar ve kütüphaneler üzerindeki etkileri incelenmekte, dijital çağda bilgi profesyonellerinin karşı karşıya kaldığı yeni meydan okumalar ve fırsatlar tartışılmaktadır.

Item type: Journal article (Paginated)
Keywords: Digital libraries, digital natives, social networks, convergence, Web 2.0, Library 2.0; dijital yerliler, sosyal ağlar, yakınsama
Subjects: L. Information technology and library technology > LB. Computer networking.
B. Information use and sociology of information > BG. Information dissemination and diffusion.
Depositing user: prof. yasar tonta
Date deposited: 28 Nov 2010
Last modified: 02 Oct 2014 12:17
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10760/14700


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