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Cragg, Emma; Brewerton, Antony (2011)
Publisher: Capita Software Services production
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: Z665, L1

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ACM Ref: ComputingMilieux_MISCELLANEOUS
Warwick University Library recently ran a ‘23 Things’ programme for library staff to help them develop their skills and understanding around Web 2.0 technologies (1). This approach breaks the sometimes daunting world of social networking applications into bite-sized chunks (or Things) that are easier to manage and absorb. Some of the Things are ‘doing’ Things – using tools we have all heard of and many have never dared touch – whilst other Things are ‘reflecting’ Things, using blogging to capture personal observations on new technologies tried and new skills developed.
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    • NOTES 1. See http://23thingswarwick.blogspot.com 2. Ciara McCaffrey, Peter Reilly and Helen Feighan. 23 Things@UL: a web 2.0 learning experience for faculty and staff at the University of Limerick, SCONUL Focus, 50, 2010, p.25-28; Laura Wilkinson and Emma Cragg. 23 Things Oxford, SCONUL Focus, 50, 2010, p.29-31
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