Case Studies

Archivists are becoming more conscious of the need to provide interactive services to our users and to find creative ways to improve our professional skills. Web 2.0 technologies such as blogs, social tagging, RSS, and wikis are providing archivists with new tools to enter into conversations with our users and our colleagues. The following case studies highlight the different ways that archivists can use Web 2.0 technologies to extend their professional influence.

Blogs

Mashups

Photo Sharing Sites

Podcasts and Downloadable Video

RSS and Newsreaders

Social Network Services

Tagging and Folksonomies

Wikis

 

If you are engaged in an archives-related Web 2.0 project, either in your repository or personally, and would like to share your experiences through a case study, please send an introductory e-mail to the editors with a proposal for your case study. They can be contacted at gordon_daines@byu.edu or cory_nimer@byu.edu.