Would you rewrite Ranganathan's Five Laws for the 21st Century?
That's a discussion question I use in LIS701.
Here's one group's take:
Here is our revision of Ranganathan's Five Laws
1. Collections are for use.
2. Every collection its user.
3. Every user his collection.
4. Save time & energy of user.
5. The library is a growing organism.
We based our revision off of his philosophy of democracy and service and on "honoring the past while creating for the future." We enjoyed the discussion.
Thanks! I did too. What do you all think?