Learning 2.0 is an online program to learn more about emerging technologies on the web that are changing the way people, society and libraries access information and communicate with each other.

This content has not been updated, other than some minor details, since 2008.

Week #1 – Introduction to NSW Public Libraries Learning 2.0; lifelong learning; 71/2 Habits of a Lifelong Learner

Week #2 – Introductions to Blogs; Definition and examples of blogs; Blogging etiquette; Create your own blog

Week #3 – Explore Flickr, tagging and Creative Commons; Post pictures to Flickr

Week #4 – RSS; Use an RSS aggregator to connect to 5 RSS feeds

Week #5 – Explore Wikipedia and wikis; Contribute to a wiki

Week #6 – Video online; Youtube and Google video

Week #7 – Tagging, folksonomies, delicious and LibraryThing

Week #8 – Answer boards and social searching

Week #9 – Podcasts and audio

Week #10 – Mashups

Week #11 – Online applications and tools

Week #12 – Wrap up; social networks and catch up

Continue with Learning 2.1


lovetolearn said...

I am having trouble getting back to the tutorial after I am in sites like Flickr etc. Do you have to keep pressing the back key???

pls@slnsw said...

When you are clicking through to a link you can 'right mouse click'on the link and select 'open link in new tab' (if using Firefox) or "open link in new window" if using IE. This will leave the tutorial open for you to return to after you have looked at the video, image or other link.


Jerome's reading said...

I finally managed to post an image on to my blog, thanks to the help of a workmate. Thanks karen. I have to say that learning 2.0's method just didn't work.

Sandra Thompson said...

I think this is an excellent program for regional libraries to help them implement Web 2.0 technologies. Great for Local Studies blogs.