Communities

Agreements in this thread

Academic
Application Builders
Archives
Assessment
Authoritative vs Authoritarian
Boundary Issues
Credibility
Department of Justice
Different Communities Librarians Serve
Digital Environments
Embedded Librarians
Entrepreneurium
Evolution of Systems
Free Library of Philadelphia
From Authority to Reliability
Go to the Conversation
Government
Growing Importance of Two Way Infrastructure
Hybrid Environments
Information Services
Infrastructure Providers
Innovation versus Entrepreneurship
Internet Model Example
Issues of Institutional Repositories
Mapping Conversations
Memory
Music Center
Open Source
Physical Environments
Pressure for Participation
Public
Publisher of Community
Scholarly Communications
School
School Information Management Systems
Special
TCP-IP
The Mission of Librarians is to Improve Society through Facilitating Knowledge Creation in their Communities
Topical Centers with Curriculum
Truly Distributed Digital Library
User
Web 2.0
Writing Center
 
Communities

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One of the things I learned in library school is that when people have an information need, they’ll always ask people they know before they ask a librarian. The trick is making sure that librarians are some of the people they know.
—Jessamyn West

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Video Introductions

Community from R. David Lankes on Vimeo.

Pressure to Participate from R. David Lankes on Vimeo.

Community: Environments from R. David Lankes on Vimeo.

Community Assessment from R. David Lankes on Vimeo.