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Why Technology is No Longer a Luxury

This Library Journal Webcast (sponsored by Polaris) is worth setting aside an hour for:

http://event.on24.com/r.htm?e=343662&s=1&k=02F3A63E9931377D835B1D76E780A225

It directly relates to our roles as information professionals and how we will use technology to create knowledge in our communities or we won’t.  But then we wouldn’t really be worth our pay anymore, would we?

 

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2 thoughts on “Why Technology is No Longer a Luxury

  1. Very worthwhile. I agree that the future of library service is about point-of-need service delivery, mobile, and eliminating out-dated desk-dependent service. We have to learn to be proactive, go to the customers, and ask more questions than we answer. We need to engage and stop using the excuse that library users want to be left alone.

  2. Darren on said:

    Interesting that print on demand for local authors and creative efforts is explicitly embraced!

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