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Topeka and the Pew Internet & American Life Project



Mary Madden recently spoke at my library for the recent NEKLS Tech Day event. And she blogged about us on the Pew blog! Check out the article “This is Library 2.0.”

I thought it was cool, and thought I’d share! Check out the article, and see how one library is working to change and evolve.

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  • http://roycekitts.blogspot.com/ royce

    I thought the coolest thing about that day was meeting the DLK and Josh Neff.

  • http://roycekitts.blogspot.com royce

    I thought the coolest thing about that day was meeting the DLK and Josh Neff.

  • Wil Peters

    Her comment, “It’s a holistic process, and one that may ultimately involve increased efforts to make the library a more central feature in the community where people come to gather — in person, and online.” To me this is revolutionary thought, in a very good way. This is exciting, and why ? (clue is her use of “holistic”) In my academic library, what better way to invite staff who are isolated from each other in trad. static job definitions; who have no overall sense of library team; who are not challenged to think creatively, –lib 2.0 appears as a conceptual frame wherein we ( in this library at least) might do something like rethink what it is to be a library, and how we can recreate it and our job sense as well…

  • Wil Peters

    Her comment, “It’s a holistic process, and one that may ultimately involve increased efforts to make the library a more central feature in the community where people come to gather — in person, and online.” To me this is revolutionary thought, in a very good way. This is exciting, and why ? (clue is her use of “holistic”) In my academic library, what better way to invite staff who are isolated from each other in trad. static job definitions; who have no overall sense of library team; who are not challenged to think creatively, –lib 2.0 appears as a conceptual frame wherein we ( in this library at least) might do something like rethink what it is to be a library, and how we can recreate it and our job sense as well…