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    Libraries and the Internet of Things

    What does a world where billions of everyday objects connect to each other and share information mean for libraries? IoT presents major opportunities for libraries to connect their services to more people—and things—in more places than ever before.

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    The hope and hype of MOOCs

    At the 2014 ALA Midwinter Meeting, the OCLC
    cooperative hosted an expert debate panel on MOOCs, Massive Open Online Courses. More than 400 librarians—live in Philadelphia and via online streaming—turned out to hear whether MOOCs truly represent a...

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    What keeps you up at night?

    NextSpace reached out to six librarians from different types of institutions, who are at different stages in their careers, to get a range of views on the challenges facing the profession.

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    From community to technology...and back again

    In this issue, we’ll look at how an “inside-out” model for getting library resources out into users’ workflows and community spaces can succeed in a networked information environment.

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    From community to technology ... and back again

    Communities exist to further the common objectives of their members. And many of the most transformative innovations in history have focused on network technologies that connect communities in new and constructive ways.

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    ACT global, ACT local

    What does a text-message news service in rural India have to do with how your library will meet the challenges of a radically changing information landscape? Two words: innovation and cooperation.