Quiet revolution

Quiet revolution: Simon Midgley says By embracing the interactive, user-generated world of web 2.0, libraries can ensure they keep pace with bold new ways of learning, the days when libaries could sit back and wait for students to arrive are long gone. They are having to take a far more active, professional approach to marketing their services.

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This is part of an Education Guardian supplement, sponsored by the Joint Information Systems Committee, entitled Libraries Unleashed, which considers the challenges being faced by academic libraries in the digital age: http://education.guardian.co.uk/librariesunleashed

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