Web 2.0 and folksonomies in a library context

@article{Anfinnsen2011Web2A,
  title={Web 2.0 and folksonomies in a library context},
  author={Svein Anfinnsen and George Ghinea and Sergio de Cesare},
  journal={Int J. Information Management},
  year={2011},
  volume={31},
  pages={63-70}
}
Libraries have a societal purpose and this role has become increasingly important as new technologies enable organizations to support, enable and enhance the participation of users in assuming an active role in the creation and communication of information. Folksonomies, a Web 2.0 technology, represent such an example. Folksonomies result from individuals freely tagging resources available to them on a computer network. In a library environment folksonomies have the potential of overcoming… CONTINUE READING

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