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The Future of Libraries

Here's the second of my three videos shot at the Mid-Atlantic Library Futures Conference two weeks ago. This one is a little more professionally focused than the other two -- librarians talking about where they think their profession is going:

The first video in the series can be found here.

I'm currently finishing up the editing of the third and final video in this series, and hope to have it up by the end of the week. It includes the promised surprising thoughts about bilingual education from Salvador Avila (who appears in this video, too), some ruminations on generations past and future, and attempts at answering what is by far and away the most important question that can be asked about the future.

So stay tuned.

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