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Innovative Ideas Forum 2010
Transcript of Innovative Ideas Forum 2010
Dr. Genevieve Bell
whatever happened to the book? resistance is futile: how libraries must serve society by embracing cloud culture, the end of the information age, and inevitable technologial and social trends.
Kent Fitch collections are leaking into the real world. a look at how mobile phones,iPhones, iPads, and augmented reality are changing our use of collections and their place in the world.
@snailx:TV is reinventing the Internet @snailz: need to pay attention to life stage as well as age - important not to generalise @snailx: conversatios are still happening but in different places @aldellit: tech skills valued in domestic staff in Asia @ohmykidd: Maori claiming Spectrum rights under Treaty of Waitangi @schoolscatinfo: new anxieties about new technologies - is privacy or reputation the real issue? @haikugirlOz: we like to have fragmented identities and different devices - convergence a furphy @we no longer follow flow of newspapers - click it, read a bit, check email, look around @willozap: gotta remember that networks aren't just electronic, they're "society" @snailx: hypertext is changing the nature of reading @restructuregirl: attention spans are not dropping just changing, bite sized chunks for info. @restructuregirl: we do more reading today than we did 10 years ago. because it's digestible doesn't mean it's vacuous. @carolgauld: new report on library and info. resources shows cost $4.26 per year per book v. $0.15 per book in hathi trust @restructuregirl: move it to closed access and it only costs $0.86 - just no-one can see it. @birdsey: do publishers see libraries as pirates? 'first sale' is a nuisance - ebook licensing benefits publishers but not libraries and users @carolgauld: resistance is futile, the world is not going to care what libraries do or don't do @CathStyles: Trad. cataloguing focuses too much on the containers and not enough on the content and context. @carolgauld: our catalogues should allow us to link to a Margaret Atwood book to her Twitter feed and blog @Girlwithshoes: books first portable media device @ker_k: collections are dissolving and leaking into the real world @snailx: average camera has more power than average user knows what to do with it @restructuregirl: augmented reality is about overlaying info into the real world to augment your experience - a nametag For more information: http://www.nla.gov.au/initiatives/meetings/innovative-ideas-forum http://mob-labs.com @snailx: ebook shouldn't be stuck to what we think of the old book - it should develop in ways that suit the medium @girlfromthenaki: what happens when narrative meets hypertext? can narrative stand up to electronicisation of books? @Girlwithshoes: the new era always looks demonic when viewed from the old. @Girlwithshoes: ipad is 'lean back' technology & does not encourage interaction @restructuregirl: control was important when information was a small resource.. now can move to responsiveness to readers @lyn_hay: library as the platform - consumers collaborate not just consume. @schoolscatinfo: cloud culture, more cultural heritage in digital form, more accessible to more people