ISSUE 20 - From community to technology ... and back again
Generating new connections for libraries and their users
OCLC recently took some important steps toward increasing the availability of the cooperative’s data for libraries and people around the world through linked data and data licensing recommendations.
Libraries are increasingly exploring linked data as a way to make their bibliographic records available, for free, on the Internet, so that they can be reused and more fully integrated into the broader Web environment. Linked data is meant for machine-to-machine consumption.
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As a business librarian at a public library, I get the full range of questions from a huge variety of people.
How do learners engage with the Web? How can educational services and systems attract and sustain a possible new group of lifelong learners? What motivates individuals to use particular technologies or spaces when engaging with the information enviro...
There are many ways to find a new book to read or movie to view.