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Evergreen Keynote 2012

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This is the PowerPoint version of the keynote presentation I gave at Evergreen International 2012. For the actual presentation, I used this Prezi version: …

This is the PowerPoint version of the keynote presentation I gave at Evergreen International 2012. For the actual presentation, I used this Prezi version: http://prezi.com/hdnwdkgqrd-7/evergreen-keynote-2012/

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  • 1. Evergreen International 2012April 27, 2012KeynoteGaladriel ChiltonUniversity of Connecticutgaladriel.chilton@uconn.edu
  • 2. Photo by DartmoorGiant used in accordance with Creative Commons License.
  • 3. ERMesAn accidental open source e-resource management system. William Doering University of Wisconsin - La Crosse
  • 4. A sapling in the forest of evergreens.Photo by DBaron used in accordance with Creative Commons License.
  • 5. library, n.Pronunciation: /ˈ laɪbrərɪ/Forms: Also ME–16 librarie, ME lyberary ,15 liberary, librarye. β.ME librair(e, Sc. librar .b. A building, room, or set of rooms,containing a collection of books for the useof the public or of some particular portion ofit, or of the members of some society or thelike; a public institution or establishment,charged with the care of a collection ofbooks, and the duty of rendering the booksaccessible to those who require to use them.
  • 6. Photo by Christopher Chang used in accordance with Creative Commons License.
  • 7. library, n.Pronunciation: /ˈ laɪbrərɪ/Forms: Also ME–16 librarie, ME lyberary ,15 liberary, librarye. β.ME librair(e, Sc. librar .b. A building, room, or set of rooms,containing a collection of books for the useof the public or of some particular portion ofit, or of the members of some society or thelike; a public institution or establishment,charged with the care of a collection ofbooks, and the duty of rendering the booksaccessible to those who require to usethem.
  • 8. li·brarynounˈ brer-ē, -ˈ lī-ˈ bre-rē; British usually & USsometimes -brər-ē; US sometimes -brē, ÷-ˈ ber-ē, -ˈberē -4 : a collection of cloned DNA fragmentsthat are maintained in a suitable cellularenvironment and that usually represent thegenetic material of a particular organism ortissue.
  • 9. [ Society ]
  • 10. habitat, n.Pronunciation: /ˈhæbɪtæt/Natural Hist. The locality in which a plant oranimal naturally grows or lives; habitation.Sometimes applied to the geographical area overwhich it extends, or the special locality to which itis confined; sometimes restricted to theparticular station or spot in which a specimen isfound; but chiefly used to indicate the kind oflocality, as the sea-shore, rocky cliffs, chalk hills, orthe like [such as a library].
  • 11. librarian, n.Pronunciation: /laɪˈbr ɛərɪən/2. The keeper or custodian of alibrary.(Oxford English Dictionary): a specialist in the care ormanagement of a library(Webster.com)
  • 12. species, n.Pronunciation: /ˈ ʃiˈz /ˈ ʃɪiˈz spiˈ / spiˈ /Forms: Pl. species ; also 16–18 specieses.a. A class composed of individuals[librarians] having some commonqualities or characteristics, freq. as asubdivision of a larger class or genus.(Oxford English Dictionary)
  • 13. Photo by Phyllis Siegle, used with permission.
  • 14. Image by Save Doncaster Libraries used in accordance with Creative Commons License.
  • 15. Photo by Polly Alidiaused used in accordance with Creative Commons License.
  • 16. Photo by Nicksarebi used in accordance with Creative Commons License.
  • 17. Photo by Lawrence OP used in accordance with Creative Commons License.
  • 18. Photo by Kevin Dooley used in accordance with Creative Commons License.
  • 19. Image of singular brutestrength conquering all.
  • 20. Photo by Tracy O used in accordance with Creative Commons License.
  • 21. "Survival of the fittest" has always beenused to refer to the most successfulcompetitor, but in fact cooperation mybe of equal of more importance.“- Marc Bekoff, Ethologist
  • 22. "Indeed, it almost seems trite to write aboutcooperation with one another and itsobvious why they do so: if the group workstogether, then each individuals chance forsurvival improves.“- Marc Bekoff, Ethologist
  • 23. "Cooperative interactions have toback competitive encounters so thatthe group will be cohesive and stableover time.“- Marc Bekoff, Ethologist
  • 24. "Animals certainly still compete, butcooperation is central in the evolution ofsocial behavior, and this alone makes itkey for survival.“- Marc Bekoff, Ethologist
  • 25. "I believe that at the most fundamental levelour nature is compassionate, and thatcooperation, not conflict, lies at the heart ofthe basic principles that govern our humanexistence...By living a way of life thatexpresses our basic goodness, we fulfill ourhumanity and give our actions dignity, worth,and meaning.” - His Holiness the Dalai Lama,“Understanding Our Fundamental Nature”
  • 26. Photo by libraryman (Michael Porter) used in accordance with Creative Commons License.
  • 27. Photo by Open Source Way used in accordance with Creative Commons License.
  • 28. Photo by Open Source Way used in accordance with Creative Commons License.
  • 29. Image by Open Source Way used in accordance with Creative Commons License.
  • 30. From Swimmy by Leo Lioni