I’m teaching two sections of LIS 768 this fall. We’ll be using Library 2.0: A Guide to Participatory Library Service by Michael E. Casey and Laura C. Savastinuk as our text once again. I was pleased to find this review which sums up exactly why it’s such a useful book to promote critical thinking about change in libraries: According to the introduction, the book is aimed at helping librarians, administrators, support staff and students to gain a greater understanding of what Library 2.0 is. For me this was achieved. I initially expected that the book would focus mostly on Web 2.0 technologies in the Library […]
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