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  1. (@pageturner) NY libraries very busy…not your mother’s library! | the KSS Learning Commons

    […] The media has just been behind the curve of users needs while they focus on the gadgetry and shock and awe of wifi and tablets etc. Academic libraries and most school libraries have been busy exciting hubs of learning, creativity and personal expression for years that included technological and digital resources. Strong successful library programs don’t obsess on the gadgets they just acquire, learn and select the most prudent resources that serve people. Serving patrons, whether its navigating messy research tasks, discovering great reading material for pleasure or designing spaces that people use and feel valued, strong programs live it. Many teacher-librarians that are in my immediate @bctla network are district leaders in instructional design and student programs too. I know librarians in the Ministry of Education who are building innovative services for public library branches province wide. ( http://commons.bclibraries.ca/) Academic libraries like UBC are leading the country in many initiatives and building designs. The Instructional Lab at the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre and the Copyright.ubc.ca web site are just a couple examples ( http://about.library.ubc.ca/2012/09/11/ubc-launches-updated-copyright-website/) […]

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