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This is Lewisham's Library 2.0 wiki


This is a wiki to support Lewisham library staff learning and practicing Web 2.0 skills. Join up and you can edit this wiki.


Know what a blog is? Or a wiki?


Does social networking leave you cold?


Now is your chance to find out what you've been missing and how you can use it to improve your library offer and interact with your users in new ways. We are running some drop in sessions for all library staff in the Open Learning Centre at Lewisham Library. I'll be covering the basics such as blogs, RSS and news feeds, and also photosharing, communication tools and slideshare, collaboration tools, wikis, tagging, video and podcasts, social networking, etc - if we get time!


The aim is to help you understand what Web 2.0 is and how you can use it in a library context. The sessions will be short, about 11/2 hrs, with lots of hands on practice, and will be for up to 10 people.


The first sessions started in June 2008 and will finished in September, the second set started in October and will run through till December.




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