Transcript
  • 00:01    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:20    |    
    Introduction
    • Origin and meaning of the title
    • Hybrid weaving
    • Topics
  • 05:06    |    
    Role of academic libraries
    • Changes
    • Faculty perspective
      • Library
      • Staff
      • Value
    • Student perspective
      • Social space
      • Study space
      • Access to resources
      • Access to information specialists
    • Librarians perspective
      • Traditional
        • Gatekeepers
        • Curators
        • Organizers
      • Tomorrow
        • Intermediators
        • Collaborators
        • Liaisons
  • 15:44    |    
    Changes in information
    • Characteristics
      • Untethered to a place
      • Disordered
      • Convenient
      • Embodied in bits and bytes
    • Reliability
    • Validity
    • Management
    • Accessibility
    • Information Piñata
      • Cites Paul Saffo
      • Electronic diffusion
  • 21:50    |    
    Changes in information users
    • Palm held computers
    • Independence and self-reliance
    • Blurred boundaries
    • Convenience
    • Flexibility and ease of use
    • Just-in-time information
    • Do these new information value the library?
    • Students
      • Multitasking
      • Visual orientation
      • Easy boredom
      • Interest in comfort
    • Multiple communication media
  • 29:43    |    
    Changes in libraries
    • Value derived from users
      • Accessibility to rich materials
      • Curatorial responsibility
      • Insured information
      • Sustainability of digital service environment
    • Multiple stakeholders
    • Growing ambivalence about library
    • Untethered staff
  • 36:04    |    
    Future scenarios
    • Information specialists
      • Joint work with specific departments
      • Teaching and publishing
      • Teaching mission
      • Hand-held devices
      • "Deep Web" searching
    • Services
      • Virtual reference
      • Print on demand
      • Customized services
      • Organizational requirements
      • Information in multiple formats
    • Federated search
    • Resolvers
    • iPods and audiobooks
    • Instructional team
    • Physical library space
  • 46:08    |    
    What actions are going to be taken?
  • 47:16    |    
    What can users do?
  • 48:10.5    |    
    Final words
  • 49:00    |    
    Final credits


Wired Warp and Woof: Weaving New Patterns for Libraries

New Media  | 30 de septiembre de 2008  | Vistas: 740

Mary Lynn Rice-Lively, associate dean of the School of Information at University of Texas at Austin, discusses how the role of academic libraries has changed due to various factors, including the emergence of new technologies and user skills and preferences.  Dr. Rice-Lively describes future scenarios in which information specialists collaborate with faculty in teaching and publishing. Finally, she explains what libraries need to do to weave new patterns of service in order to use information effectively.




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Mary Lynn Rice-Lively is associate dean of the School of Information…

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