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2008 год

  1. Cuong Linh N. A survey of the application of Web 2.0 in Australasian university libraries // Library Hi Tech / ed. Greifender E. 2008. Vol. 26, № 4. P. 630–653.

2009 год

  1. Joint N. The Web 2.0 challenge to libraries // Library Review / ed. McNicol S. 2009. Vol. 58, № 3. P. 167–175.
  2. Xu C., Ouyang F., Chu H. The Academic Library Meets Web 2.0: Applications and Implications // The Journal of Academic Librarianship. 2009. Vol. 35, № 4. P. 324–331.
  3. Burhanna K.J., Seeholzer J., Salem J. No Natives Here: A Focus Group Study of Student Perceptions of Web 2.0 and the Academic Library // The Journal of Academic Librarianship. JAI, 2009. Vol. 35, № 6. P. 523–532.
  4. Fernandez J. A SWOT Analysis for Social Media in Libraries. // Online. 2009.

2010 год

  1. Brantley J.S. Exploring Library 2.0 on the Social Web // Journal of Web Librarianship. 2010. Vol. 4, № 4. P. 351–374.
  2. Kim Y.-M., Abbas J. Adoption of Library 2.0 Functionalities by Academic Libraries and Users: A Knowledge Management Perspective // The Journal of Academic Librarianship. 2010. Vol. 36, № 3. P. 211–218.
  3. Rodriguez J. Social Software in Academic Libraries for Internal Communication and Knowledge Management: A Comparison of Two Reference Blog Implementations // Internet Reference Services Quarterly. 2010. Vol. 15, № 2. P. 107–124.
  4. Arch X. The Ultimate Debate 2009: Has Library 2.0 Fulfilled Its Promise? A Report of the Library and Information Technology Association Internet Resources and Services Interest Group Program, American Library Association Annual Conference, Chicago, July 2009 // Technical Services Quarterly. 2010. Vol. 27, № 4. P. 369–371.
  5. Rivero V. Libraries Get Social—Social Media, That Is! // Multimedia & Internet@Schools. 2010.
  6. Burkhardt A. Social media: a guide for college and university libraries // College & Research Libraries News. 2010.
  7. Bryan M. Libraries and Social Media // Information Outlook. 2010.

2011 год

  1. Wan G. (Gary). How Academic Libraries Reach Users on Facebook // College & Undergraduate Libraries. 2011. Vol. 18, № 4. P. 307–318.
  2. Spring H. If you cannot beat them, join them! Using Health 2.0 and popular Internet applications to improve information literacy // Health Information & Libraries Journal. 2011. Vol. 28, № 2. P. 148–151.
  3. Battles J., Glenn V., Shedd L. Rethinking the Library Game: Creating an Alternate Reality with Social Media // Journal of Web Librarianship. 2011. Vol. 5, № 2. P. 114–131.
  4. Dunaway M. Web 2.0 and Critical Information Literacy // Public Services Quarterly. 2011. Vol. 7, № 3–4. P. 149–157.
  5. Sachs D.E., Eckel E.J., Langan K.A. Striking a Balance: Effective Use of Facebook in an Academic Library // Internet Reference Services Quarterly. 2011. Vol. 16, № 1–2. P. 35–54.
  6. Huwe T.K. New metrics for academic social media users // Computers in Libraries. 2011.

2012 год

  1. Fiander D.J. Social media for academic libraries // Social Media for Academics: A Practical Guide. 2012.
  2. Del Bosque D., Leif S.A., Skarl S. Libraries atwitter: Trends in academic library tweeting // Reference Services Review. 2012.
  3. Thornton E. Is Your Academic Library Pinning? Academic Libraries and Pinterest // Journal of Web Librarianship. 2012. Vol. 6, № 3. P. 164–175.
  4. Cromity J. The Impact of Social Media in Review // New Review of Information Networking. 2012. Vol. 17, № 1. P. 22–33.
  5. Swanson T.A. Managing social media in libraries : finding collaboration, coordination and focus. Chandos Pub, 2012. 169 p.
  6. Казаченкова Л.А. Блогерские штучки, или Постразмышления о неКонференции // Современная библиотека. 2012. № 1. P. 31–41.
  7. Swanson T.A. 4 — Defining a purpose // Managing Social Media in Libraries. 2012.
  8. Swanson T.A. Managing Social Media in Libraries // Managing Social Media in Libraries. 2012.
  9. Media S. Where is the library in the digital workflow of research ? Research in the age of Social Media // Solutions. 2012.

2013 год

  1. Tella A. et al. Use of Social Networking Sites by Academic Librarians in Six Selected States of Nigeria // New Review of Academic Librarianship. 2013.
  2. Yi Z., Lodge D., McCausland S. Australian academic librarians’ perceptions of marketing services and resources // Library Management. 2013.
  3. Cho A. YouTube and Academic Libraries: Building a Digital Collection // Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship. 2013. Vol. 25, № 1. P. 39–50.
  4. Федоров А.О. Библиотечная блогосфера : в чем феномен библиотечного блога? Москва : Пашков Дом: Пашков дом, 2013. 84 p.
  5. Федоров А.О., Юрик И.В. Как продвигать библиотеку в Твиттер. Секреты “кухни” библиотечного микроблога. Москва : Пашков Дом, 2013. 80 p.
  6. Социальные медиа vs читальный зал // Университетская книга. 2013. № 5. P. 43–49.
  7. Микийчук М.А. Хамелеоны в библиотеке: в Екатеринбурге прошла III Неконференция библиотечных блогеров // Библиотековедение. 2013. № 6. P. 124–126.
  8. Toit K. du, Mulatiningsih B. Social Media for Libraries // Information & Library management Africa. 2013.

2014 год

  1. Xie I., Stevenson J. Social media application in digital libraries // Online Information Review. Emerald Group Publishing Limited , 2014. Vol. 38, № 4. P. 502–523.
  2. Mason M.K. Outreach 2.0: Promoting Archives and Special Collections through Social Media // Public Services Quarterly. 2014. Vol. 10, № 2.
  3. Mon L., Lee J. Twitter and the Virtual Branch: the Public Library in Social Space // iConference 2014 Proceedings. 2014.
  4. Mason M.K. Outreach 2.0: Promoting Archives and Special Collections through Social Media // Public Services Quarterly. 2014.
  5. Rhodes T. A living, breathing revolution: How libraries can use “living archives” to support, engage, and document social movements // IFLA Journal. 2014. Vol. 40, № 1.
  6. Kriesberg A. Increasing Access in 140 Characters or Less: Or, What Are Archival Institutions Doing on Twitter? // the American Archivist. 2014. Vol. 77, № 2.
  7. Palmer S. Characterizing University Library Use of Social Media: A Case Study of Twitter and Facebook from Australia // Journal of Academic Librarianship. 2014. Vol. 40, № 6.
  8. Massis B.E. What???s new in libraries library marketing: Moving between traditional and digital strategies // New Library World. 2014. Vol. 115, № 7–8.
  9. Baggett M., Gibbs R. Historypin and Pinterest for Digital Collections: Measuring the Impact of Image-Based Social Tools on Discovery and Access // Journal of Library Administration. 2014. Vol. 54, № 1.
  10. Smeaton K., Davis K. Social technologies in public libraries: Exploring best practice // Library Management. 2014. Vol. 35, № 3.
  11. Collins G., Quan-Haase A. Are Social Media Ubiquitous in Academic Libraries? A Longitudinal Study of Adoption and Usage Patterns // Journal of Web Librarianship. 2014. Vol. 8, № 1.
  12. Stvilia B., Gibradze L. What do academic libraries tweet about, and what makes a library tweet useful? // Library and Information Science Research. 2014. Vol. 36, № 3–4.
  13. Barnes I. Twitter in Special Libraries: A Distributed Social Media Strategy // Public Services Quarterly. 2014. Vol. 10, № 1.
  14. Young C.L. Crowdsourcing the Virtual Reference Interview with Twitter // Reference Librarian. 2014. Vol. 55, № 2.
  15. Hagman J., Carleton J. Better Together: Collaborating with Students on Library Social Media // Public Services Quarterly. 2014. Vol. 10, № 3.
  16. Wallis L. #selfiesinthestacks: Sharing the Library with Instagram // Internet Reference Services Quarterly. 2014. Vol. 19.
  17. Wordofa K.H. Adoption of Web 2.0 in academic libraries of top African universities // Electronic Library. 2014. Vol. 32, № 2.
  18. Zohoorian-Fooladi N., Abrizah A. Academic librarians and their social media presence: A story of motivations and deterrents // Information Development. 2014. Vol. 30, № 2.
  19. Vanwynsberghe H. et al. Experts as facilitators for the implementation of social media in the library? A social network approach // Library Hi Tech. 2014. Vol. 32, № 3.
  20. Baro E.E., Edewor N., Sunday G. Web 2.0 tools: A survey of awareness and use by librarians in university libraries in Africa // Electronic Library. 2014. Vol. 32, № 6.
  21. Yi Z. Australian Academic Librarians’ Perceptions of Effective Web 2.0 Tools Used to Market Services and Resources // Journal of Academic Librarianship. 2014. Vol. 40, № 3–4.
  22. Шибаева Е.А. “Как библиотекари эффективность искали”, или первые итоги IV неКонференции библиотечных блогеров // Информационный бюллетень Российской библиотечной ассоциации. 2014. № 72. P. 35–37.
  23. Шибаева Е.А., Shibaeva E.A. Рабочая группа «Библиотеки и социальные медиа» создана в Российской библиотечной ассоциации [The Workshop «Libraries and Social Media» is created at the Russian Library Association] // Библиотековедение — Bibliotekovedenie [Library and Information Science (Russia)]. 2014. № 3. P. 34.
  24. Biçen Aras B. University Libraries and Social Media Policies // Journal of Balkan Libraries Union. 2014.
  25. Boateng F., Quan Liu Y. Web 2.0 applications’ usage and trends in top US academic libraries // Library Hi Tech. 2014.

2015 год

  1. Phillips A.L. Facebooking It: Promoting Library Services to Young Adults through Social Media // Public Library Quarterly. 2015. Vol. 34, № 2.
  2. Saleem M., Aly A., Genoni P. Use of social media by academic librarians in Iraq // New Library World. 2015. Vol. 116, № 11–12.
  3. Hager J.D. To Like or Not to Like: Understanding and Maximizing the Utility of Archival Outreach on Facebook // The American Archivist. 2015. Vol. 78, № 1.
  4. Shulman J., Yep J., Tomé D. Leveraging the Power of a Twitter Network for Library Promotion // Journal of Academic Librarianship. 2015. Vol. 41, № 2.
  5. Fasola O.S. Perceptions and acceptance of librarians towards using Facebook and Twitter to promote library services in Oyo State // Electronic Library. 2015. Vol. 33, № 5.
  6. Elliott K. Planning for Barriers in Hospital Library Social Media Implementation // Journal of Hospital Librarianship. 2015. Vol. 15, № 1.
  7. Ward J., Bejarano W., Dudás A. Scholarly social media profiles and libraries: A review // LIBER Quarterly. 2015. Vol. 24, № 4.
  8. Lamont L., Nielsen J. Calculating value: a digital library’s social media campaign // The Bottom Line. Emerald Group Publishing Limited , 2015. Vol. 28, № 4. P. 106–111.
  9. Rossmann D., Young S.W.H. Social media optimization: making library content shareable and engaging // Library Hi Tech. 2015. Vol. 33, № 4.
  10. Brookbank E. So Much Social Media, So Little Time: Using Student Feedback to Guide Academic Library Social Media Strategy // Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship. 2015. Vol. 27, № 4.
  11. Siddike M.A.K., Kiran K. Marketing of academic library services through social networking sites: Implications of electronic word-of-mouth // Education for Information. 2015. Vol. 31, № 3.
  12. Al-Daihani S.M., AlAwadhi S.A. Exploring academic libraries’ use of Twitter: A content analysis // Electronic Library. 2015. Vol. 33, № 6.
  13. Hussain A. Adoption of web 2.0 in library associations in the presence of social media // Program. 2015. Vol. 49, № 2.
  14. Vanwynsberghe H. et al. The librarian 2.0: Identifying a typology of librarians’ social media literacy // Journal of Librarianship and Information Science. 2015. Vol. 47, № 4.
  15. Vassilakaki E., Garoufallou E. The impact of Twitter on libraries: a critical review of the literature // Electronic Library. 2015. Vol. 33, № 4.
  16. Wright Joe J. Assessment of Social Media in the Library: Guidelines for Administrators // Journal of Library Administration. 2015. Vol. 55, № 8.
  17. Anderson K.E. Libraries and tumblr: A quantitative analysis // Reference Services Review. 2015. Vol. 43, № 2.
  18. Young S.W.H., Rossmann D. Building Library Community Through Social Media // Information Technology and Libraries. 2015. Vol. 34, № 1.
  19. Abdullah N. et al. Exploring libraries’ efforts in inclusion and outreach activities using social media // Libri. 2015. Vol. 65, № 1.
  20. Xu J. et al. Applications of Mobile Social Media: WeChat Among Academic Libraries in China // Journal of Academic Librarianship. 2015. Vol. 41, № 1.
  21. Forte A. et al. Teens, libraries, and social media: myths and reality. // Public Library Quarterly. 2015. № 34. P. 318–327.
  22. Ştirbu S. et al. The Utility of Google Scholar When Searching Geographical Literature: Comparison With Three Commercial Bibliographic Databases // Journal of Academic Librarianship. 2015.

2016 год

  1. Cavanagh M.F. Micro-blogging practices in Canadian public libraries: A national snapshot // Journal of Librarianship and Information Science. 2016.
  2. Gan C. A survey of WeChat application in Chinese public libraries // Library Hi Tech. 2016. Vol. 34, № 4.
  3. Ahenkorah-Marfo M., Akussah H. Being where the users are: Readiness of academic librarians to satisfy information needs of users through social media // Library Review. 2016. Vol. 65, № 8–9.
  4. Gupta D.K. Everything is marketing: An analysis of functional relationships of marketing and libraries // DESIDOC Journal of Library and Information Technology. 2016. Vol. 36, № 3.
  5. Garczynski J. #Donate: the role of social media in academic library fundraising // Bottom Line. 2016. Vol. 29, № 2.
  6. Kim K.S., Sin S.C.J. Use and Evaluation of Information From Social Media in the Academic Context: Analysis of Gap Between Students and Librarians // Journal of Academic Librarianship. 2016. Vol. 42, № 1.
  7. Sakas D.P., Sarlis A.S. Library promotion methods and tools modeling and simulation on Twitter // Library Review. 2016. Vol. 65, № 6–7.
  8. Ahenkorah-Marfo M., Akussah H. Changing the face of reference and user services: Adoption of social media in top Ghanaian academic libraries // Reference Services Review. 2016. Vol. 44, № 3.
  9. Yi Z. Effective techniques for the promotion of library services and resources // Information Research. 2016.
  10. Levesque L. Social Media in Academic Libraries: Engaging in 140 Characters or Less // Public Services Quarterly. 2016. Vol. 12, № 1.
  11. Persson S., Svenningsson M. Librarians as Advocates of Social Media for Researchers: A Social Media Project Initiated by Linköping University Library, Sweden // New Review of Academic Librarianship. 2016. Vol. 22, № 2–3.
  12. Pirshahid S.E., Naghshineh N., Fahimnia F. Knowledge and use of Web 2.0 by librarians in university libraries of East Azerbaijan, Iran // Electronic Library. 2016. Vol. 34, № 6.
  13. Chatten Z., Roughley S. Developing Social Media to Engage and Connect at the University of Liverpool Library // New Review of Academic Librarianship. 2016. Vol. 22, № 2–3.

2017 год

  1. Winn D. et al. MTL 2.0: A Report on the Social Media Usage and User Engagement of the “Big Four” Academic Libraries in Montréal // Journal of Academic Librarianship. 2017. Vol. 43, № 4.
  2. Huang H. et al. Understanding User-Librarian Interaction Types in Academic Library Microblogging: A Comparison Study in Twitter and Weibo // Journal of Academic Librarianship. 2017. Vol. 43, № 4.
  3. Harrison A. et al. Social Media Use in Academic Libraries: A Phenomenological Study // Journal of Academic Librarianship. 2017. Vol. 43, № 3.
  4. Oyieke L.I., Dick A.L. Empowering academic librarians for effective e-services: An assessment of Web 2.0 competency levels // Electronic Library. 2017. Vol. 35, № 2.
  5. Stvilia B., Gibradze L. Examining Undergraduate Students’ Priorities for Academic Library Services and Social Media Communication // Journal of Academic Librarianship. 2017. Vol. 43, № 3.
  6. Ahenkorah-Marfo M., Akussah H. Information on the Go: Perspective of Academic Librarians on Use of Social Media in Reference Services // International Information and Library Review. 2017. Vol. 49, № 2.
  7. Markland M.J., Rempel H.G., Bridges L. Mobile Website Use and Advanced Researchers: Understanding Library Users at a University Marine Sciences Branch Campus // Information Technology and Libraries. 2017. Vol. 36, № 4.
  8. Орловецкая А., Пузанов К. Библиотеки Москвы и практики чтения москвичей: Результаты социологических исследований 2015–2016 годов. 2017. 48 p.
  9. Шибаева Е.А. Продвижение чтения в структуре концепции присутствия библиотек в социальных медиа // ИНФОРМАЦИОННЫЙ БЮЛЛЕТЕНЬ РБА. 2017. № 80. P. 158–161.
  10. Пушкарская Е. Конверсия в библиотечных коммуникациях: что, как и зачем мы считаем? // Независимый библиотечный адвокат. 2017. № 5. P. 27—32.
  11. Захарова С.С. Избирательное распространение информации и информационно-коммуникационные технологии: обзор исследований // Библиотековедение. 2017. Vol. 66, № 6. P. 651—658.
  12. Бутырская Ю.Н. Ищем библиокотиков на YouTube // Современная библиотека. 2017. № 5. P. 36—38.
  13. Баркова И. Объединила ВикиСибириаДа: Зона коллективного творчества // Библиотека. Москва : Либерея-Бибинформ. 2017. № 10. P. 20—23.
  14. Голованова К.В. Библиотеки и Википедия: возможности сотрудничества // Современная библиотека. 2017. № 5. P. 28—31.
  15. 500 шляп школьного библиотекаря // Школьная библиотека: сегодня и завтра. 2017. № 1. P. 22—63.
  16. Власенко И.А. Алгоритм мониторинга страниц социальной сети «ВКонтакте» // Библиотечное дело. 2017. № 15(297). P. 5—8.
  17. Крапотина О.В. Как вести группу «ВКонтакте» // Современная библиотека. 2017. № 1. P. 70–71.
  18. Крапотина О.В. Добрые советы, или Как «раскрутиться» за три месяца // Современная библиотека. 2017. № 7. P. 34–36.
  19. Lau W.W.F. Effects of social media usage and social media multitasking on the academic performance of university students // Computers in Human Behavior. 2017.

2018 год

  1. Якунина А. et al. Культура молчания. 2018. https://readymag.com/DaDaScience/culture-of-silence/
  2. Ihejirika K.T., Goulding A., Calvert P. How social is your social media? Managing social media marketing in academic libraries // IFLA WLIC 2018 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – Transform Libraries, Transform Societies (in Session 128 — Management and Marketing). 2018. P. 1–11.
  3. Alsuhaibani R.A. One hundred tweets from library land: A case study of RMIT University Library (academic library) and State Library of Victoria (public state library) in Australia // Journal of Librarianship and Information Science. 2018.
  4. Zhang M., Sheu F.R., Zhang Y. Understanding Twitter use by major LIS professional organisations in the United States // Journal of Information Science. 2018. Vol. 44, № 2.
  5. Howard H.A. Academic libraries on social media: Finding the students and the information they want // Information Technology and Libraries. 2018. Vol. 37, № 1.
  6. Putranto W.A., Fajry A.N. Content Marketing Strategies via Instagram for Indonesian Libraries // IFLA WLIC 2018 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – Transform Libraries, Transform Societies in Session 128 — Management and Marketing. 2018.
  7. Isberg C., Andersson J. Use the opportunities of the digital world – transformed library services, resource reallocation and developed work structure // IFLA WLIC 2018 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – Transform Libraries, Transform Societies in Session 128 — Management and Marketing. 2018.
  8. Munshi S.A., Ansari M.A. Social Networking Sites, the Lifeline among the Students and Librarians: Information Needs, Marketing and Promotion // IFLA WLIC 2018 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – Transform Libraries, Transform Societies in Session 126 — Joint Division I and Division IV. 2018.
  9. Browning R., Vicki McDonald P. Using video to socialise the science of family literacy and promote libraries // IFLA WLIC 2018 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – Transform Libraries, Transform Societies in Session 126 — Joint Division I and Division IV. 2018.
  10. Calter M.F. Blogging & Social Media for Library Marketing & Communications // IFLA WLIC 2018 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – Transform Libraries, Transform Societies in Session 126 — Joint Division I and Division IV. 2018.
  11. Fadelina R. Instagram as a media to get information: a case study at Grhatama Pustaka Special Region of Yogyakarta // IFLA WLIC 2018 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – Transform Libraries, Transform Societies in Session 126 — Joint Division I and Division IV. 2018. P. 1–6.
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  13. Michael K. Spencer. 2018 is the End of Social Media as we Know It – FutureSin – Medium [Electronic resource]. URL: https://medium.com/futuresin/2018-is-the-end-of-social-media-as-we-know-it-1e5658f41a5 (accessed: 14.09.2018).
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Без указания года

  1. Rath L. Omeka.net as a librarian-led digital humanities meeting place.
  2. Rikowski R. Subversive Magic: Libraries, Education and Capitalist Functionality.
  3. Thomsett-Scott B.C. Marketing with social media : a LITA guide. 178 p.
  4. Kronqvist-Berg M. Maria Kronqvist-Berg Social Media and Public Libraries Exploring Information Activities of Library Professionals and Users Social Media and Public Libraries Exploring Information Activities of Library Professionals amd Users.