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Librarians as Agents of Change


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A talk for the Oregon/Washington ACRL annual meeting at beautiful Menucha, Oregon.

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Librarians as Agents of Change

  1. 1. ALA Editions site
  2. 2. "If nature has made any one thing less susceptible than allothers of exclusive property, it is the action of the thinking powercalled an idea . . . He who receives an idea from me, receivesinstruction himself without lessening mine; as he who lights histaper at mine, receives light without darkening me. That ideasshould freely spread from one to another over the globe, for themoral and mutual Instruction of man, and improvement of hiscondition, seems to have been peculiarly and benevolentlydesigned by nature . . . like the air in which we breathe,move, and have our physicalbeing, incapable of confinementor exclusive appropriation."- Thomas Jefferson
  3. 3. Photo creditsBrick wall with sparrow by zenFree ur soul by BreroPower button by schaniQ and A by Leo ReynoldsFactory at night by Gn!pGnopGrocery shelves by Dread Pirate RobertsGears by iansandBound periodicals by thomas ford memorial libraryWallet by Kenn WilsonLocked door by Aris GionisCandles by rogerglennDinosaur extinction by Zina Deretsky, NSFChange or Die by David KingSpare change by lifesuperchargerKeep your coins by m.a.r.c.Resist displacement by bfisterAnother world is possible by house photographyEvidence based change from Owen AbroadCover of Doris 15 thanks to Cindy Crabb, available through MicrocosmBeginning is near by grunzooki