Phil Bradley's Blog

 
Chat to me live if the image is green you can chat
with me if i'm online
Useful sites

Librarianship sites
Ariadne
Freepint
Infomistress
Internet Resource Newsletter
Internet Scout
Librarian Avengers
Librarystuff
Peter Scott's library blog
Shifted Librarian


Search engines
Alltheweb
ez2Find
Google
Ixquick
Kartoo
Zapmeta


Search engine optimisation
Pandia
Rankwrite
Researchbuzz
Searchengineblog
Searchengineshowdown


Other useful sites
My personal weblog
Amazon
BBC
Capital Radio
Ebay
London Underground Map

Back to my home page

 

This page is powered by Blogger. Isn't yours?

RSS feed page

Wednesday, March 23, 2005

 
The futures group has produced a document detailing a vision of the public library service in 2015. It's worth reading, though I didn't agree with much of what was said. I think the idea that librarians should wear uniforms is going to raise eyebrows! I was also interested to note that 'internet' is mentioned once. There is also an assumption (from the quick read that I gave it) that books will still be around in the same way in 15 years that they are now. While that may be the case, I didn't see much discussion on that point. The point was also made (quite rightly) that in 10 years time we're going to be dealing with technologies we don't even know about yet!
Comments:
There was some (quite) interesting discussion on LIS-CILIP when it first came out - beginning at on 18 February.
 
Post a Comment