Evaluating web 2.0: user experiences with public library blogs

McLean, M and Mercieca, P 2010, 'Evaluating web 2.0: user experiences with public library blogs', in Proceedings of VALA 2010: Connections, Content, Conversations, Melbourne, Australia, 9-11 February 2010.


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Title Evaluating web 2.0: user experiences with public library blogs
Author(s) McLean, M
Mercieca, P
Year 2010
Conference name VALA 2010: Connections, Content, Conversations
Conference location Melbourne, Australia
Conference dates 9-11 February 2010
Proceedings title Proceedings of VALA 2010: Connections, Content, Conversations
Publisher VALA
Place of publication Melbourne, Australia
Abstract How well do Web 2.0 tools work for libraries? There have been countless articles written about which Web 2.0 tools libraries should be using and for what purposes, but what about the success of those that are already being used? Casey-Cardinia Library Corporation (CCLC) conducted a survey of online and in-building users over a two-week period to discover their awareness of and use of CCLC's five library blogs. This data, in conjunction with statistics from Google Analytics, provided an interesting insight into library users and their interaction with CCLC's Web 2.0 endeavours.
Subjects Human Information Behaviour
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