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Te Rā Apa - Wednesday 13 August

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I've just finished reading the
OCLC Next Space Newsletter – Web 2.0: Where will the next generation of the web it take libraries? and found the different readings really interesting. Dr Wendy Schultz succinctly writes that (Library 2.0, is where) a futures perspective asks us to reconnect this dialogue to the grand sweep of time from the treasured past to the adventure of the future - and to put people and meaning at the centre of our concerns". I totally agree with her statement. I didn't find it easy to watch the suggested video in our discovery resource list, so I ended up watching the You Tube video Building Academic Library 2.0 with Meredith Farkas. She was clear about the benefits and some of the pitfalls of the Library 2.0, which I found fascinating .

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