Library 2.0

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Library 2.0 (L2) is a transformation in the way library services are delivered to library users. It provides new tools to make the library space (both virtual and physical) more interactive, collaborative and driven by community needs. It encourages collaborative two-way social interactions between library staff and library customers. L2 requires user participation and feedback in the development and maintenence of library services.

The phrase was coined by Michael Casey in his blog, LibraryCrunch, in 2005, although the concepts that collectively make up "Library 2.0" existed well before then. The term was a spinoff of "Web 2.0" which had been coined by O'Reilly Media.

[edit] Library 2.0 (L2) meme chronology

  1. Librarians Without Borders (Casey, 9/26/2005)
  2. What Library 2.0 is Not (Casey, 10/3/2005)
  3. Hello Library 1.0 World (Levine, 10/10/2005)
  4. Library 2.0 Beta (Casey, 10/11/2005)
  5. Working Towards a Definition of Library 2.0 (Casey, 10/21/2005)
  6. Is There a Library 1.0? Does it help to ask? (Casey, 10/25/2005)
  7. Do Libraries Matter? The rise of Library 2.0 (Chad, Miller, 11/2005)
  8. Library 2.0 Movement Sees Benefis in Collaboration with Patrons (Boog, 11/4/2005)
  9. Library 2.0 Perils (Blyberg, 11/7/2005)
  10. Don't Forget the Need for Constant Change (Casey, 11/7/2005)
  11. Social Software for the Rest of Us (or Librarian 2.0) (Stephens, 11/14/2005)
  12. Do Libraries Matter: On Library & Librarian 2.0? (Stephens, 11/18/2005)
  13. Library 1.7.02-4 pre 6 (Singer, 11/20/2005)
  14. Talis begins to describe vision for Library 2.0 (Miller, 11/21/2005)
  15. 5 Suggestions for Upgrading to Library 2.0 (or Some Easy Steps to Get Started...Really) (Stephens, 11/25/2005)
  16. Rejoicing and Crying over "Upgrading to Library 2.0” (Hartman, 11/26/2005)
  17. Academic Libraries and Library 2.0 (Drew, 11/28/2005)
  18. Hiding Complexity in Library 2.0 (Eby, 11/28/2005)
  19. Library 2.0 with Librarian 1.0? (West, 11/28/2006)
  20. 3 Degrees of Separation: Libraries, Technology, and Administration (Casey, 11/29/2005)
  21. Library 360 (Tangognat, 11/30/2005)
  22. Web 2.0 – Huh?! Library 2.0, Librarian 2.0 (Abrams, 12/2005)
  23. Web/Library 2.0 Backlash (Farkas, 12/1/2005)
  24. Library 2.0? (Bisson, 12/2/2005)
  25. Interview with Meredith Farkas (Farkas, 12/2/2005)
  26. What Do You Know About Web/Lib 2.0 (Bell, 12/5/2005)
  27. why I don't like these labels (Wilson, 12/5/2005)
  28. Library 2.0 RIP (Bain, 12/6/2005)
  29. Whatever tools take us there are the ones we will use (Casey, 12/6/2005)
  30. The Library 2.0 debate - a call to arms (Miller, 12/6/2005)
  31. Library 2.0 is not about Technology (Stephens, 12/6/2005)
  32. On Bridges, 2.0 and Other Thoughts About Being Caught in the Middle (Angel, 12/6/2005)
  33. The Collected Principles of Library 2.0 for Pondering (Stephens, 12/7/2005)
  34. A Dialogue on L2: The services change, the mission does not (Casey, 12/7/2005)
  35. The Technologist The Librarian His User & Her Console - Library 2.0 inspecting the label (Wallis, 12/7/2005)
  36. Library 5.0 (Plutchak, 12/7/2005)
  37. Why Library 2.0? (King, 12/8/2005)
  38. Not a Library 2.0 post (Crawford, 12/8/2005)
  39. Inner circles in library blogland (Oberg, 12/9/2005)
  40. A clear vision for the future of your library (Farkas, 12/10/2005)
  41. Library 2.0: The road ahead (Blyberg, 12/13/2005)
  42. Where Do We Begin? A Library 2.0 Conversation with Michael Casey (Stephens, 12/15/2005)
  43. It's time for "Library 2.0: the Conference" (Yarmando, 12/15/2005)
  44. Library 2.0 (Ennis, 12/16/2005)
  45. library 2.0 Discussion: Michael Squared (Houghton, 12/19/2005)
  46. Library 2.0 -- Does it disenfranchise those who need us most? (Golrick, 12/19/2005)
  47. Ten Defining Moments: Library 2.0 Events of 2005 (Stephens, 12/22/2005)
  48. Library 2.0: An open call (Crawford, 12/30/2005)
  49. Library 2.0 - Questions and Commentary (Cohen, 1/2/2006)
  50. Update: Defining Library 2.0: Is it More than Technology? (Stephens, 1/2/2006)
  51. Web 2.0, Library 2.0, and Librarian 2.0: Preparing for the 2.0 World (Abram, 1/2006)
  52. Born in the Biblioblogsphere (Casey, 1/3/2006)
  53. Library 2.0: New or No? (Houghton, 1/4/2006)
  54. low tech library 2.0 (Crossett, 1/4/2006)
  55. My 1st L2 comments (Lindner, 1/4/2006)
  56. Why I Dislike the "Library 2.0" Tag (Plutchak, 1/5/2006)
  57. A View from the Top: An Administrator Eyes L2 (Stephens, 1/5/2006)
  58. Library 2.0: groping toward a definition through comments (Lawson, 1/5/2006)
  59. Looking for a Library 2.0 Moment (Bain, 1/6/2006)
  60. Library 2.0, and a penchant for lists (Miller, 1/6/2006)
  61. Label 2.0 (Farkas, 1/6/2006)
  62. Two point oh (Rosenberger, 1/6/2006)
  63. Library 2.0 and "Library 2.0" (Crawford, 1/2006)
  64. Thoughts on “Library 2.0″(1/6/2006)
  65. This Week in Library 2.0: Weekly Wrap-Up (Ennis, 1/6/2006)
  66. Library two point oh wow (Joe, 1/6/2006)
  67. Library 2.0: Two Good Discussions (Casey, 1/6/2006)
  68. Tech Trends in Libraries: the Good News and the Bad News and why library 2.0 is no big deal and not that new (West, 1/6/2006)
  69. Knowledge and knowing in library and information science (Lidner, 1/7/2006)
  70. The Web 2.0 Revolution Spawns Offshoots... (Hinchcliffe, 1/7/2006)
  71. The state of Library 2.0 in Norway today (Brevik, 1/9/2006)
  72. 11 reasons why Library 2.0 exists and matters (Blyberg, 1/9/2006)
  73. School Library 2.0 (Harris, 1/9/2006)
  74. What Is New about Library 2.0 (Levine, 1/9/2006)
  75. Why Library 2.0 is Dangerous (Barry, 1/9/2006)
  76. Cites & Insights on Library 2.0 and “Library 2.0″ (Brevik, 1/9/2006)
  77. What do I think Library 2.0 is? (Brevik, 1/9/2006)
  78. Let’s make libraries better, ok? (Farkas, 1/10/2006)
  79. A Library 2.0 hangover (Lawson, 1/10/2006)
  80. Confrontational Aspects of Library 2.0 Discussed (King, 1/10/2006)
  81. Cites & Insights: Library 2.0 (Ennis, 1/10/2006)
  82. Ranga 2.0 (1/10/2006)
  83. Library 2.0 - first attempt (Enger, 1/10/2006)
  84. My Perspective on Library 2.0 (and the realization I don't really have (Ennis, 1/11/2006)
  85. Welcome. You've Got New Library® (Akerman, 1/12/2006)
  86. Library 2.0: A View from the Third World (Lumabao, 1/15/2006)
  87. TWiL2.0: Library 2.0 Weekly Round-up (Ennis, 1/13/2006)
  88. Better Library Services for More People (Stephens, 1/16/2006)
  89. On the L2 Train (Blyberg, 1/17/2006)
  90. This Week in Library 2.0 (Ennis, 1/20/2006)
  91. The Web 2.0 challenge to the OPAC (Brevak, 1/23/2006)
  92. Library 2.0 in the Real World (Levine, 1/30/2006)
  93. Introducing the Library 2.0 Gang Podcast (Brevik, Casey, Chad, Miller, Plutchak, Stephens, Wallis, 1/31/2006)
  94. Library 2.0: The challenge of disruptive innovation (Miller, 2/2006)
  95. Library 2.0 and books (Brevik, 2/1/2006)
  96. What’s in a name (Brevik, 2/1/2006)
  97. The library as a lab? (Brevik, 2/18/2006)
  98. The “Ratcheting Up” of Technology (Bell, 2/20/2006)
  99. A SirsiDynix Institute Conversation: The 2.0 Meme - Web 2.0, Library 2.0, Librarian 2.0 Webcast (Abram, Blyberg, Casey, Stephens, 2/22/2006)
  100. Talis white paper on Library 2.0 (Brevik, 2/23/2006)
  101. The Library 2.0 'Bandwagon' (Abram, 2/24/2006)
  102. the new library - can it provide new technology-based services? (Akerman, 2/25/2006)
  103. On Change, Library 2.0, and ALA (Stephens, 2/28/2006)
  104. Great librarian attitudes (Crawford, 2/28/2006)
  105. A TechSource Conversation with Meredith Farkas (Stephens, 3/6/2006)
  106. Powershift (Brevik, 3/7/2006)
  107. What 2.0 Means to Me (Walter, 3/10/2006)
  108. Library 2.0 is Evil (Smith, 3/17/2006)\
  109. RFID, books and Library 2.0 - The missing link? (Brevik, 3/18/2006)
  110. Find the edge, push it (Blyberg, 3/22/2006)
  111. Paul Miller on Web 2.0 / Library 2.0 -- CIL2006 (Casey, 3/24/2006)
  112. The Meaning of... (Casey, 3/24/2006)
  113. Taking the bait (Crawford, 3/28/2006)
  114. The Library 2.0 Gang discuss recent conferences podcast (Brevik, Casey, Errington, Miller, Stephens, Wallis, 3/31/2006)
  115. Web 2.0, Library 2.0 and Radical Trust: A First Take (Fichter, 4/2/2006)
  116. A foolish thing (Brevik, 4/3/2006)
  117. Library 2.0 - Hype or Hope? (Brevik, 4/3/2006)
  118. On Barriers in Libraries (An L2 Workshop) (Stephens, 4/4/2006)
  119. Introduction (Brevik, 4/4/2006)
  120. Chaper 1 - Web 2.0 - new tools (brevik, 4/4/2006)
  121. Library 2.0 = MyLibrary? (Brevik, 4/12/2006)
  122. Moving, shaking, blogging, and drudging (Salo, 4/15/2006)
  123. Library computer security 2.0? (Brevik, 4/20/2006)
  124. A Paper (or Not) on Library 2.0 (4/21/2006)
  125. EngagedPatrons.org (Rosenberger, 4/29/2006)
  126. Library 2.0 (5/2006)
  127. Library 2.0: When Did We Upgrade? (Peterson, 5/2006)
  128. Information Literacy 2.0 (Blowers, 5/4/2006)
  129. Can library 2.0 exist w/o libraran 2.0? (Bromberg, 5/8/2006)
  130. Librarian 2.0 = Library 2.0? (Williams-Capone, 5/9/2006)
  131. Transformative Realms and the Local Branch Library: A Podcast (Casey, 5/11/2006)
  132. L2 Instruction in an L1 Environment (Schneider, 5/14/2006)
  133. Library 2.0 via a 1.0 Delivery Company (Casey 5/17/2006)
  134. Ten Months In (Savastinuk, 5/21/2006)
  135. Thoughts on ALA Bootcamp: An L20 Manifesto (Bromberg, 5/21/2006)
  136. "Library 2.0"-an apology (Crawford, 5/22/2006)
  137. The Central Problem of Library 2.0: Privacy (Litwin, 5/22/2006)
  138. Library 2.0, Radical Trust, and Flatter Organizations Plus (Wood, 5/22/2006)
  139. Are you L2 Compliant? And how's your organizational chart? (Stephens, 5/22/2006)
  140. Backwards Compatibility (Rosenberger, 5/23/2006)
  141. Library 2.0 -- Like It Or Hate It, It's Public Domain (Casey, 5/26/2007)
  142. LibraryCrunch Does Good....Very Good! (Cohen, 5/28/2006)
  143. The Terrible Twos: Web 2.0, Library 2.0, and More (Notess, 6/2006)
  144. Cool on a Budget - Library 2.0? (Singh, 6/6/2006)
  145. Conceptual model for Academic Library 2.0 (Habib, 6/8/2006)
  146. Into a new world of librarianship (Stephens (6/20/2006)
  147. The Library 2.0 Cafeteria (Schneider, 6/21/2006)
  148. Library 2.0 Theory: Web 2.0 and Its Implications for Libraries (Maness June 29, 2006)
  149. Perspective: Finding a Balance: Libraries and Librarians in Cites and Insights (Crawford, July 2006)
  150. Web 2.0 & Libraries: Best Practices for Social Software, Library Technology Reports (Stephens, July/August 2006)
  151. More Thoughts on Library 2.0 (King, 8/11/2006)
  152. Academic Library 2.0 Concept Models (Habib, 8/22/2006)
  153. Library 2.0: Service for the Next-Generation Library, Library Journal (Casey & Savastinuk, September 1, 2006)
  154. Library 2.0 matrix (O'Connell, September 1, 2006)
  155. Library 2.0 meme (O'Connell, September 2, 2006)
  156. Smaller Libraries and Library 2.0 (Palmer, September 12, 2006)
  157. Library 2.0 Thoughts (Hungerford, September 24, 2006)
  158. Toward Academic Library 2.0: Development and Application of a Library 2.0 Methodology, A Master’s Paper for SILS at UNC-Chapel Hill (Habib, November 17, 2006)
  159. Social Networking in Libraries

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