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1Lankes, R.D.: New concepts in digital reference.
San Rafael, Calif. : Morgan and Claypool, 2009. 64 S.
(Synthesis lectures on information concepts, retrieval & services; 1)
Abstract: Let us start with a simple scenario: a man asks a woman "how high is Mount Everest?" The woman replies "29,029 feet." Nothing could be simpler. Now let us suppose that rather than standing in a room, or sitting on a bus, the man is at his desk and the woman is 300 miles away with the conversation taking place using e-mail. Still simple? Certainly--it happens every day. So why all the bother about digital (virtual, electronic, chat, etc.) reference? If the man is a pilot flying over Mount Everest, the answer matters. If you are a lawyer going to court, the identity of the woman is very important. Also, if you ever want to find the answer again, how that transaction took place matters a lot. Digital reference is a deceptively simple concept on its face: "the incorporation of human expertise into the information system." This lecture seeks to explore the question of how human expertise is incorporated into a variety of information systems, from libraries, to digital libraries, to information retrieval engines, to knowledge bases. What we learn through this endeavor, begun primarily in the library context, is that the models, methods, standards, and experiments in digital reference have wide applicability. We also catch a glimpse of an unfolding future in which ubiquitous computing makes the identification, interaction, and capture of expertise increasingly important. It is a future that is much more complex than we had anticipated. It is a future in which documents and artifacts are less important than the contexts of their creation and use.
Inhalt: Table of Contents: Defining Reference in a Digital Age / Conversations / Digital Reference in Practice / Digital Reference an a New Future / Conclusion
LCSH: Electronic reference services (Libraries) ; Information retrieval
RSWK: Bibliothek / Virtueller Auskunftsdienst
2Farkas, M.G.: Social software in libraries : building collaboration, communication, and community online.
Medford, N.J. : Information Today, 2007. xxiv, 320 S.
Inhalt: Inhalt: What is social software? -- Blogs -- Blogs in libraries : practical applications -- RSS -- Wikis -- Online communities -- Social networking -- Social bookmarking and collaborative filtering -- Tools for synchronous online reference -- The mobile revolution -- Podcasting -- Screencasting and vodcasting -- Gaming -- What will work @ your library -- Keeping up : a primer -- Future trends in social software.
Anmerkung: Rez. in: JASIST 59(1008) no.11, S.1866 (L.E. Harris)
Themenfeld: Social tagging
LCSH: Libraries and the Internet ; Telecommunication in libraries ; Libraries and community ; Libraries / Information technology ; Electronic reference services (Libraries) ; Online social networks ; Blogs ; RSS feeds ; Wikis (Computer science) ; Podcasting
RSWK: Bibliothek / Soziale Software ; Bibliothek / Wiki ; Bibliothek / Web log ; Bibliothek / Podcasting ; Bibliothek / Virtuelle Gemeinschaft ; Soziale Software / Bibliothek
BK: 06.54 / Bibliotheksautomatisierung ; 54.72 / Künstliche Intelligenz ; 06.74 / Informationssysteme
DDC: 025.5/24 / dc22
GHBS: BBK (FH K)
LCC: Z674.75.I58 F37 2007
RVK: AN 73000