- The Future of Libraries 2015: Summit Report
- 00 Executive Summary
- 01 Summit Objectives
- 02 Future Vision
- 03 The library of the future will....
- 04 Key Drivers
- 05 Constraints
- 06 Taking action
- 07 Who's responsible?
- 08 Creating a Space for Dialogue: Recollect
- 09 Code of Conduct – Using Recollect
- 10 Summit Participants
- 11 Acknowledgements
- 12 Epilogue
By: MC Orioste Ballesteros5th Feb 2016 1:33PMYes, as librarians, we really need to do something to protect our profession and how we could serve our community more efficiently. My friend told me this morning, "I advised my son to go to the library to do his homework, but he refused, saying that he could do it at home anyway, using the Internet. So, she said, okay then, anyway sooner or later libraries won't exist anymore". And I felt very bad.
By: Kim Salamonson30th Nov 2015 4:42PMLibraries are an integral part of the community that they serve with everyone, from their stakeholders to their decision makers, passionate and informed supporters. We need to be more involved with out communities and other government organisations and welfare organisations, local community groups and other libraries cross sector.
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