What might libraries be like decades from now? A decade of Dutch exploration uncovered many possible pathways toward the future.
Students at the new Dutch LibrarySchool don’t learn to develop and catalog collections. They learn to reinvent public libraries.
Have libraries fully embraced the possibilities of digital? New Zealand writer and tech advisor Nat Torkington prods librarians to rethink the internet’s opportunities.
For years researchers at the Pew Internet & American Life Project have been tracking changes in our information ecosystem. Now they’ll be looking at the habits and expectations of library users—and nonusers.
Gus Balbontin, director of transformation at Lonely Planet, talks about breaking down the barriers of an established industry and learning to remain relevant.
Thoughts about libraries—what they are, what they could be, and the world of things that influence them.