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Copy of Heat Transfer


Hannah Bennett

on 23 April 2010

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Transcript of Copy of Heat Transfer

Who are our users today? Meeting User Expectations user expectations what sort of landscape do they come from? what has reshaped our interactions? immediacy everywhere is networked study is possible
anywhere new user products versus users' (traditional) perceptions Legacy collections preserved community users Key Trends & Challenges anyone else? collective intelligence new illiteracies Key Technologies mobile devices
geo-everything - growing importance of spatial data and analysis
cloud computing
means to organize dynamic content
open content
augmented reality
gesture based computing
visual data analysis
abundance of resources & relationships made easily accessible via Internet challenges the role of educator work of students is becoming more and more collaborative in nature digital media literacy is rising in importance other libraries? public community? museum visitors? virtual communities? immediate constituencies Our users are... anonymity Shhhh! Dusty Books
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