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Anne Weaver

Women will be extinct in the computer science world if this trend continues | Public Ra... - 4 views

    Three charts that show you how women have been regressing in the study of computer science since the mid-1980s. In 2013, only two out of 10 computer science bachelor's degrees were conferred to women.
Martha Hickson

The Futurist Interviews Librarian Futurist David Lankes | World Future Society - 1 views

  • One view is that libraries need to be about a lot more than books. Kids are actually reading more than they used to; it’s just more than books—Web sites and online gaming, for example.
  • I predict that the future is going to be fewer libraries and more librarians. The facility is transitioning from places where librarians do their work and to places where communities meet and gather. The physical space is simply where the librarians sit. The electronic medium is where they can research and read.
lisa oldham

Ti Point Tork » Blog Archive » Libraries: Where It All Went Wrong - 0 views

    provocative thinking for libraries!!
Joyce Valenza

Participatory Librarianship Starter Kit - 64 views

    Simply put participatory librarianship recasts library and library practice using the fundamental concept that knowledge is created through conversation. Libraries are in the knowledge business, therefore libraries are in the conversation business. Participatory librarians approach their work as facilitators of conversation. Be it in practice, policies, programs and/or tools, participatory librarians seek to enrich, capture, store and disseminate the conversations of their communities. Explore the information below, and throughout this site to learn more.
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