the future of libraries in the digital age
My article about Russian library blogs was published on Infobib.
It presents a review of three Russian library blogs and an attempt to explain the reasons of poor librarians' activity in this sphere. Think it will be interesting.
Added by Katerina Yefimova on May 16, 2007 at 11:13pm — No Comments
In Part 1, devoted to essential principles of information services (IS), I made an attempt to consider the IS organization taking into account different users’ needs and library resources. Today’s meditation will be devoted to principles, a library should follow. Here are they are:…Continue
Added by Katerina Yefimova on May 11, 2007 at 5:07am — No Comments
An article about unauthorised wi-fi use and John Blyberg's opinion suggested me a thought to write about how wifi works at our library, that no above mentioned situation might occur. I will not say much about what wi-fi is and how it works, as there is much information on the web (e.g.…Continue
I think it is high time to discuss the following:
how libraries with different levels of technical equipment can organise information services
So, basically information services consist of 3 main points, and libraries should
When i started to write an article on such an outdated topic for US or European libraries, but still very actual and hot - for Russia, I would never supposed that lots of ordinary and unnecessary for the first sight issues would occur, for example: