"Digital tools such as Scoop.itand Symbaloo.com can be used by librarians to easily share resource lists with teachers, and these powerful digital tools can help provide access to up-to-date content in a format that is easy to share and update."
Technology can actually make it easier to connect library patrons with an actual person.
Libraries are about more than just e-readers or any other media, as important as those things are. They are about more than just buildings such as the grand edifices erected by Carnegie money, or the sleek and controversial new design for the New York Public Library’s central branch. They are also about human beings and their relationships, specifically, the relationship between librarians and patrons. And that is the relationship that the foundation created by Microsoft co-founder’s Paul G. Allen is seeking to build in a recent round of grants to libraries in the Pacific Northwest.
Today I'm writing on something I've been contemplating lately–the role of public libraries with the onset of digital media. The topic is relevant and involves concepts from class like optimization, game theory, and externalities.
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Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.