Library as Classroom: Civic Engagement and Participatory Learning

Presented as part of the Library 2.016 Worldwide Virtual Conference, Library as Classroom.

Photography, the Library, and Copyright

 On the latest episode of TWiP’s Street Focus, photographer Valerie Jardin interviews The Copyright Guys (photographer Jack Reznicki and trial lawyer Ed Greenberg). Shortly after the twenty-minute mark they begin a very interesting conversation on photography in public libraries. Worth listening to if you’re interested in such issues.

Desktop Backgrounds – Manhattan

Taken from the Top of the Rock (GE Building at Rockefeller Plaza) in spring 2012. Photos CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

Looking South
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Looking North
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The New Cluetrain from Triangulation

Doc Searls and David Weinberger are authors of “The Cluetrain Manifesto,” which aims to examine the impact of the Internet on both consumers and organizations, and have updated the manifesto with “New Clues.”

See the New Clues here.