CollegeDegrees.com has published a list of 50 Tips and Resources to Implement User-Generated Content In Your Library
"These days, it’s not enough for libraries to just share information, they must be a part of the creation of new information, too. And in the Internet age, everyone’s a content creator. Embracing the trend of user-generated content allows you not only to spread even more information, but to engage library users as well. Read on to find out how to go about doing this, and pick up some handy resources along the way."
[Source: Smart Mobs
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