For the most part libraries, especially research libraries, are seen as bastions of knowledge and elitism.
Are libraries becoming less collection focused and more focused on community engagement through teaching and public spaces?
Learn how the Orlando Public Library uses iBeacon to communicate with patron’s mobile devices in “The Internet of Things Plan to Make Libraries and Museums Awesomer ,” published by Fast Company and written by Satta Sarmah.
Are blankets available for checkout?
A lawyer’s take on Joe Murphy vs #TeamHarpy.
You’ve been known to move. Perhaps you shake. You’re emerging. Just about there. So close. So soon.
Farkas wades through Joe Murray’s defamation lawsuit against Lisa Rabey and nina de jesus.
The image was there for all to see. It proliferated online and through Twitter. There was a man, a teenager, face down in the road. There, in the median, lay Michael Brown. He’d been shot hours earlier.
This may be old news, but it’s still cool. The British Library has over 1 million images on Flickr that you can use, remix, and do whatever with.
“Florida university library to lend drones to students” by Jareen Imam and published by CNN. You just know this is going to fit the library drama pattern. Think makerspaces and add in surveillance with a dose of “in my day, we checked out the classics from libraries, and we liked it!”