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The future of libraries and what higher ed leaders think of education: Deanna Marcum on the next Forum

Next up on the Future Trends Forum is Deanna Marcum, from Ithaka S+R.  Together we’ll explore the future of libraries and attitudes about the future of higher education shared by campus leaders and experts. We’ll begin by discussing how library services … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on the future of museums

From the excellent Center for the Future of Museums comes a fascinating roundtable discussion. The prompt was clear: “what is the future for museums?” Several themes emerged from my perspective. Nearly every speaker assigned a growing importance to access and … Continue reading

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Considering a year of bloggery

Looking back on 2014, I was curious about this blog’s most popular posts. buy metformin online buy metformin no prescription generic  WordPress generated helpful stats, which shed some light on what readers look for in this bloghouse. buy aciphex online … Continue reading

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Today’s academic libraries: a sharp new survey

Important new research on American academic libraries appeared this month.   “US Library Survey 2013”, from Ithaka S+R, is essential reading for everyone in the library world, and for non-librarian academics as well. It’s a rich, extensive study, so I’ll pull out … Continue reading

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