Freitag, 17. Februar 2017

Ich bin FaMI!


Brille, graues Mäuschen, liest den ganzen Tag! Das sind typische Klischees über Angestellte in Bibliotheken.
Aber ist das alles was dahinter steckt? Definitiv nein!

Dieses Video wurde im Rahmen eines Berufsschulprojekts von Marie-Theres Bauer, Juliana Kornmayer Saskia Kunert und Monique Linstädt erstellt.

Musik und Geräusche:
Sock Hop Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Special Spotlight Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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I'm forever blowing bubbles (recorded 31 July 1919)
http://www.foldedspace.org/files/vint...

WINK-01
https://www.freesound.org/people/newa...
This work is licensed under the Attribution License. We cut the sound sample a bit.

Record-Scratch3
www.marjonsplaza.com/Record_Scratch3.wav
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Samstag, 4. Februar 2017

Libraries as Convener, Enabler, Distributor, Advocate, and Archive in the Future Knowledge Economy

Plenary presentation at the 2016 Charleston Conference by James G. Neal, University Librarian Emeritus, Columbia University. Moderated by Anthony Watkinson, CIBER. "By 2026, there will be no information and services industry targeting products to the library marketplace. Content and applications will be directed to the consumer. Open resources for learning, research and recreation, and open source tools supporting innovation, and individual and organizational productivity, will be more prevalant in the global economy. Self-publishing and niche technology development will dominate. Information policy wars will dictate national and global legal and legislative debates. Libraries must be effectively integrated into the new creative environments." [via The Lone Wolf Librarian]

Mittwoch, 7. Dezember 2016

An Interview with Amanda Palmer

An Interview with Amanda Palmer from wehearttech C.I.C. on Vimeo.

"The Get It Loud In Libraries young digital producers caught up with Amanda Palmer ahead of her sell-out gig at Liverpool Central Library. Take a look at what she has to say about the importance of a cultural education, playing gigs in odd places and her advice to young folk with creative ideas." [via @museumsFS]