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1 1 Emerging Technologies in Social Networking 2009 Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board Hilton Hotel, Washington, DC H - Jefferson East Room Tuesday, January 13 th, 10:15 AM-12:00 PM

2 2 Introduction Session: 495 ABG40 Session: 495 ABG40 Title: Emerging Technologies in Social Networking Title: Emerging Technologies in Social Networking Sponsored by: Library and Information Science for Transportation Committee (ABG40) Sponsored by: Library and Information Science for Transportation Committee (ABG40) Presiding: Brand L. Niemann, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Presiding: Brand L. Niemann, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

3 3 Bio Brand Niemann, Senior Enterprise Architect, Office of the CIO, US EPA Brand Niemann, Senior Enterprise Architect, Office of the CIO, US EPA –Brand applies Web 2.0 and 3.0 to EPA and Interagency Enterprise Architecture and Information Sharing Projects. He co-leads with Mills Davis the Semantic Community – Semantic Exchange Partnership which has an upcoming event (see next slide).

4 4 Upcoming Event (Free) February 17, 2009, Semantic Community– Semantic Exchange Workshop on "From E-Gov to Connected Governance: The Role of Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 Semantic Technologies: February 17, 2009, Semantic Community– Semantic Exchange Workshop on "From E-Gov to Connected Governance: The Role of Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 Semantic Technologies: –A call to action to ask government agencies and system integrators to do pilot projects that integrate their capabilities into next generation environments for collaborative work, information sharing, knowledge management, and connected governance. Wiki Page Wiki Page Wiki Page Wiki Page

5 5 Federal Web Content Mangers Forum Social Media and Web 2.0 in Government Social Media and Web 2.0 in Government Social Media and Web 2.0 in Government Social Media and Web 2.0 in Government –Matrix of Web 2.0 Technology and Government (see next slide). –Barriers and Solutions to Implementing Social Media and Web 2.0 in Government Recommendations from Leaders of the Federal Web Managers Council, December –Examples of Federal Agencies Using Social Media and Web 2.0, December November 20, 2008, Forum Call: November 20, 2008, Forum Call: –Social Media in Government: Where we are; where we're headed (Joyce Bounds, VA, Jeffrey Levy, EPA). –Interagency Social Media Working Group Launched (stay tuned for more details).

6 6 *Note: it is understood that government policy, procedures, standards, and guidance are needed for many of these technologies.

7 7 Bringing Web 2.0 Wikis to CIO's, EPA Enterprise Architecture, and Harvard University We Used a State-of-the Art Web 2.0 Wiki For Many Pilot Projects This Past Year: We Used a State-of-the Art Web 2.0 Wiki For Many Pilot Projects This Past Year: –See and others at Work Recognized in the 25 th Anniversary Issue of Government Computer News and by the Leadership for a Networked World Program, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. Work Recognized in the 25 th Anniversary Issue of Government Computer News and by the Leadership for a Networked World Program, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.

8 8 Web 2.0 Technologies As a Business Solution Suggest we take an enterprise architecture approach to information management using "patterns" which has been defined as "a three part rule, which expresses a relation between a certain context, a problem, and a solution" and ask ourselves for a certain type of content - what is the problem and the solution. Suggest we take an enterprise architecture approach to information management using "patterns" which has been defined as "a three part rule, which expresses a relation between a certain context, a problem, and a solution" and ask ourselves for a certain type of content - what is the problem and the solution. –See Wiki Patterns Wiki PatternsWiki Patterns Then we should cultivate roles for these "patterns" like for Wikis – Wiki Gardener - someone who often spends time attending to the quality, flow, and overall polish of content on a wiki. Then we should cultivate roles for these "patterns" like for Wikis – Wiki Gardener - someone who often spends time attending to the quality, flow, and overall polish of content on a wiki.

9 9 Agenda National Geographic Society: Ahead of the Curve in Web 2.0 (P ) National Geographic Society: Ahead of the Curve in Web 2.0 (P ) –Michael Jourdan, National Geographic Society –Krista Mantsch, National Geographic Society Will the Revolution Have Wheelchair Ramps? Web 2.0 and the Illusion of Inclusion (P ) Will the Revolution Have Wheelchair Ramps? Web 2.0 and the Illusion of Inclusion (P ) –Eileen Boswell, Community Transportation Association of America, Inc. Connecting with Existing Communities: Library of Congress on Flickr (P ) Connecting with Existing Communities: Library of Congress on Flickr (P ) –Michelle Springer, Library of Congress Second Life: Virtual World Bridges and Barriers (P ) Second Life: Virtual World Bridges and Barriers (P ) –Patricia Alderman, National Defense University Library

10 10 Bio Michael Jourdan, Senior Librarian, NGS Michael Jourdan, Senior Librarian, NGS –Michael is the Science Librarian at National Geographic's Libraries and Information Services. He has worked for People For the American Way, the University of Michigan, and Borders Group, Inc.

11 11 Bio Krista Mantsch, Senior Librarian, NGS Krista Mantsch, Senior Librarian, NGS –Krista is coordinator of reference and research services. She worked at CNN, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the World Resources Institute and the University of Illinois Library system.

12 12 Bio Eileen Boswell, Information Specialist, Community Transportation Association of America. Eileen Boswell, Information Specialist, Community Transportation Association of America. –Eileen is an MLS candidate at the Catholic University of America. She has worked as Technical Coordinator for Professional Development and Training at the Center for Applied Linguistics.

13 13 Bio Michelle Springer, Project Manager of Digital Initiatives, Web Services Division, Office of Strategic Initiatives, Library of Congress. Michelle Springer, Project Manager of Digital Initiatives, Web Services Division, Office of Strategic Initiatives, Library of Congress. –Michelle has a Master in Library Science from UCLA. She is the project manager for the Library's Flickr pilot project and provides guidance and consultation on policies related to the Library of Congress blog.

14 14 Bio Patricia Alderman, Systems Librarian, National Defense University Library Patricia Alderman, Systems Librarian, National Defense University Library –Patricia has a Masters of Librarianship from the University of Washington and a Masters of Business Administration from George Mason University. She is currently a Director-at-Large of the Military Libraries Division of Special Libraries Association and the Division Webmaster.


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