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The Extensible Library: Library 2.0 and Patron 2.0: The Public Library Perspective
(20 min podcast, slides) Addresses the unique problems faced by public libraries vis-a-vis publishers, especially journal aggregators. Panel presentation at the Society for Scholarly Publishing Annual Meeting, held in San Francisco. One of three presentations that were part of this panel.
Library Delivery 2.0: Delivering Library Materials in the Age of NetFlix
Library Philosophy and Practice, LPP Special Issue on Libraries and Google
Article discussing how Netflix and similar services are shaping expectations about product delivery, which in turn are driving libraries to rethink how items are delivered to their customers. Library Delivery 2.0 refers to the idea of delivering library materials into the user's hands in a way that is personalized, convenient and fast. Written November, 2006.
Privacy Issues: RFID, Patron Holds, RSS Feeds, Personalized Reading Lists, Etc.
Lori Ayre and Mary Minow discuss the intersection of library services and technology issues in this 55 minute podcast.
Think Fulfillment: Planning For Your Users' Future Delivery Needs Today
Half-day workshop at Metropolitan New York Library Council, New York City.
RFID: Time To Jump Yet?
Fulfillment: The Future of Library Delivery
Library Delivery 2.0
Presentation at Moving Mountains: Exploring Library Courier Services Symposium, Denver, CO.
Resource Sharing & Library Delivery Services
Report identifying six trends affecting library delivery services.