Electronic Resources and Libraries keynote

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I gave this talk as a keynote at the Electronic Resources and Libraries conference at UCLA in spring 2009. It attempts to outline some ideas for new library services.

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Electronic Resources and Libraries keynote

  1. 1. From access to associations Making connections with electronic resources Elizabeth Goodman School of Information | University of California, Berkeley
  2. 2. About me
  3. 3. Libraries are very stable
  4. 4. The uses of libraries What new things could we do?
  5. 5. From access to associations?
  6. 6. Digital information changes how things are available Building relationships around data
  7. 7. Information science fictions Illustration by Frank R. Paul for Amazing Stories magazine, 1927. http://flickr.com/photos/outofpaper/43112546/
  8. 8. Fiction 1: Library activity displays Visually appealing displays of circulation metadata in public places outside the library Publicizing the intellectual life of groups of patrons Connecting the library to other places Visualizing slow and fast change over time
  9. 9. Making metadata visible http://www.walkingpaper.org/1123
  10. 10. Inspirations Personal data visualization Community murals City screens
  11. 11. Fiction 2: Patron matchmaking Introducing patrons based on borrowing habits Building on trust in libraries as institutions Actively facilitating intellectual partnerships Supporting informed privacy decision-making
  12. 12. From: Recommend@library.edu Subject: Shared interests? Dear John Smith, Thanks for opting in to our patron recommender program. Your interest in George Eliot appears to be shared ? by another patron. If you are tnterested in contacting this patron, please reply to this email. Your response will be forwarded to the patron.

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