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Die Zukunft der Bibliotheken
Die Zeit des Medienverleihs neigt sich dem Ende zu. Wie können sich Bibliotheken neu positionieren?
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7 Things You Should Know About Makerspaces | EDUCAUSE.edu

7 Things You Should Know About Makerspaces | EDUCAUSE.edu | Die Zukunft der Bibliotheken | Scoop.it

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Zitat. "A makerspace is a physical location where people gather to share resources and knowledge, work on projects, network, and build. Makerspaces provide tools and space in a community environment—a library, community center, private organization, or campus. [...]

The makerspace—sometimes referred to as a hackerspace—is often associated with fields such as engineering, computer science, and graphic design. The concept emerges from the technology-driven “maker culture,” associated with Make magazine and the Maker Faires it promotes."

 

 

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John Shank's curator insight, April 10, 2013 1:41 PM

"A makerspace is a physical location where people gather to share resources and knowledge, work on projects, network, and build. Makerspaces provide tools and working room in a community environment—a library, community center, private organization, or campus." Libraries are great spaces for this - the future library is transforming from a collection space to a creator place. That is exciting!

Annie Talvé's curator insight, April 17, 2013 2:28 AM

I like the idea about libraries becoming creator spaces. 

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Inspiration Architecture: The Future of Libraries

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Zitat: "The library in 2020 is the last bastion of truth"

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Stuff From the Future- What is the future of libraries?

When people think of libraries, they often picture some sort of book warehouse. How can these things exist in a world inundated with digital books? Join Debl...
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NYPL Labs | The New York Public Library

NYPL Labs | The New York Public Library | Die Zukunft der Bibliotheken | Scoop.it
"...some of the most innovative digital library work anywhere." - Dan Cohen, Director, Roy Rosenzweig Center for History & New Media "...showing just how much of a force for awesome experimentation a library can be today." - Dan Sinker,...

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Zitat: "Thousands have participated in what is already one of the most successful documented library crowdsourcing projects, continuing a proud volunteer tradition at NYPL"

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Too Much Assessment Not Enough Innovation: R&D Models and Mindsets for Academic Libraries « Tame The Web

Too Much Assessment Not Enough Innovation: R&D Models and Mindsets for Academic Libraries « Tame The Web | Die Zukunft der Bibliotheken | Scoop.it
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Do We Still Need Libraries?

Do We Still Need Libraries? | Die Zukunft der Bibliotheken | Scoop.it
The New York Times is running one of its Room for Debate series on the future of libraries.  The four debaters (so far) are Luis Herrera, director of the San Francisco Public Library (and a board m...

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Interessanter Blogpost von John Palfray zur New-York-Times-Debatte "The future of libraries". Stellt 10 Schritte zur Diskussion, um Bibliotheken zukunftsfähig zu machen.

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Ritchie O'Farrell's curator insight, January 10, 2013 4:01 AM

Perhaps a new and dynamic role as a server to Home Libraries of the future?

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Do School Libraries Need to Have Books?

Annie Kidder, Paul Kay and Diane Maliszewski discuss the evolution of the school library and whether or not computers are slowly replacing books. For more go...
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Diskussion über die Rolle und die Zukunft der "teacher librarians" im kanadischen Schulsystem.

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Learning 2.0 Goes Mobile: by Dr. Michael Stephens » Center for Information Research and Innovation Blog

Learning 2.0 Goes Mobile: by Dr. Michael Stephens » Center for Information Research and Innovation Blog | Die Zukunft der Bibliotheken | Scoop.it
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Zitat: "As the creation of mobile applications and the provision of access increase in the library setting, one issue of concern is training and acquiring skills. Carlucci-Thomas reported that survey responses in the “Mobile Libraries Survey 2010” pointed to a “lack of technical expertise among existing staff as a barrier to development.”

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All you need to know to get the library card right now [infographic] | Ebook Friendly

All you need to know to get the library card right now [infographic] | Ebook Friendly | Die Zukunft der Bibliotheken | Scoop.it
This highly informative infographic put together by Masters in Education and ObizMedia, is analyzing the role of a library and a librarian in our life.
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New Tech City Blog - New Report on Libraries Transforming in the Digital Age

New Tech City Blog - New Report on Libraries Transforming in the Digital Age | Die Zukunft der Bibliotheken | Scoop.it
Ebooks have not spelled the demise of the local library in New York.

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Zitat: "While libraries have  become de facto community centers, they are still working on becoming digital  lenders."

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Library of the Future in Plain English

Presentation - good starter by Mal Booth, Sophie McDonald and Belinda Tiffen, UTS Library.


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Vorhersage des Videos:

- In Zukunft werden Bibliotheken vernetzt statt hierarchisch organisiert sein,

- 24/7 geöffnet sein und das Personal wird teilweise online statt physisch anwesend sein,

- ihr Service wird in erster Linie aus Beratung bestehen auch via Social Media

- Gebäude, Mobilität und Materialverbrauch werden nach dem Prinzip der Nachhaltigkeit organisiert sein

- und das Personal wird flexibel, kreativ, team- und kundenbasiert arbeiten

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