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|Title:||Subject Guide 2.0|
|Authors:||Sharon Q. Yang|
Graduate Institute of Library and Information Studies
|Abstract:||Subject guide 2.0 is defined as those created by Web 2.0 technologies. Some of its features include multimedia, multi-formats, collaboration, ease of use, global change, search box, browsing, link checking, integration with social bookmarking sites, RSS feed, tagging, interactivity, user input, blog or wiki, and statistics reporting. This paper discusses each feature in great detail. To help librarians who plan to create subject guides 2.0, an overview of the tools is provided, covering LibGuides, open source software, blogs, wikis, and course management systems. The discussion includes pros and cons of each tool and how much subject guide 2.0 features each tool can provide. By reading this paper, audience will know what subject guide 2.0 is and the choices they have.|
|Appears in Collections:||圖書館學與資訊科學|
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