I went to an interesting talk today about the future of library e-services, especially in the light of web 2.0 technologies. A lot of ideas, maybe not groundbreaking yet but with a lot of potential, i think. And quite a few people out there trying to make it real.
Check out the Shared Innovation blog for example, which gathers various initiatives. The guy who gave the talk is from Talis, a company that "provides the leading library management systems to the UK and Ireland library marketplace".
Here are a couple of examples about opening up library services to the user-centred world of the web2:
Conclusion: The Open University library offers already a pretty brilliant service - still I do hope that some of these innovations will arrive soon here too (btw a service similar to greasymonkey already exists!)
Cite this blog post:
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