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Subject: Re: Role (nejen) Britske knihovny v digitalnim veku
From: Jiri Pavlik <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Jiri Pavlik <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Sat, 21 Jul 2012 14:45:00 +0200

"Copyright rules will need to be reformulated to allow this to happen,
and public-private partnerships, as well as public investment, will be
necessary to realise our vision in a challenging financial climate."

"And what of the future of the physical library building? Some might
suggest that bricks and mortar no longer have a place in the digitally
connected world, but nothing could be further from the truth. As we
know at the British Library, a sense of place in the digital world is
an incredibly important and scarce resource. Libraries provide a space
for the exchange of ideas, collaborative working and public discourse.
Camaraderie, community and the solidarity of experience among library
users are also evident from those working in or around our reading
rooms. Digital "companionship" is important, but it is not sufficient
to create a vibrant, democratic and intellectual community."

Vytecna inspirace z Commonwealth :-) Diky! Hezky vikend vsem

        Jiri Pavlik

On Fri, Jul 20, 2012 at 1:31 AM, Libor Coufal <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Dobry den,
> preposilam odkaz na clanek Lynne Brindley, odstupujici reditelky Britske
> knihovny, v Times Higher Education. Mimo jine se v nem pise:
> At the British Library, we employ specialist "digital curators", "digital
> archaeologists" and a "Wikipedian-in-residence". I would argue that it will
> not be long before that kind of expertise becomes part of the fundamental
> skill set of everyone who works in a library.
> Libor Coufal

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