There are few recommendations that I would make in regards to the web 2.0 services offered by Leichhardt Library. All platforms are updated regularly, particularly the Facebook page which is often updated daily. Leichhardt Library uses a variety of social media platforms, which means a greater number of people can access the libraries Web 2.0 Services. The use of both text giving information, reference links, with images either backing up information, or being used as the focal point allows for effective transferral of information to patrons. One service I could recommend would be to include a twitter account that patrons are able to tweet or message research queries to, with a librarian, or research librarian if possible, could answer. This would enable the library to reach still more people via web 2.0.
2. Three examples of Libraries that effectively utilise Social Media are The National Library of Australia, Library of Congress and New York Public Library.
I would recommend that Leichhardt Library post simple online tutorials for using their Local Studies as well as Reference online material, as many of the people interested in the subject matter may be seniors, who may not understand how to access the information. Another recommendation would be that for the Reference area, there is an email or twitter access point, where people looking for information can speak to a librarian, or research librarian if possible.
I would also recommend that for the children's category, the library looks into vlogging story-time, so that children who may not be capable or able of being physically present are able to be included.