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  • Thumbnail for The medium is still the message
    The medium is still the message by Davis, Mitchell

    Mitchell Davis was invited by Collaborative Librarianship to contribute through a regular column. As an innovator and motivator in the field of library and non-library collaboration, Mitchell offers unique perspectives on future developments in libraries that capitalize on their resources and specializations.

  • Thumbnail for New books from old, reprise : Project Ibid & the power of ideas
    New books from old, reprise : Project Ibid & the power of ideas by Davis, Mitchell

    Mitchell Davis was invited by Collaborative Librarianship to contribute through a regular column his insights and perspectives on the general conversation on where libraries are headed, how they are valued by their communities and how they can constructively unlock that value over the coming years in ways that stay true to their mission. As an innovator and motivator in the field of library and non-library collaboration, Mitchell offers unique perspectives on future developments in libraries that capitalize on their resources and specializations.

  • Thumbnail for Open access, sustainability and helping the kids
    Open access, sustainability and helping the kids by Davis, Mitchell

    Mitchell Davis shares his views on "open access" in the academic community.

  • Thumbnail for Expanding effective 21st century access to historical and academic materials : examples, strategies and implications
    Expanding effective 21st century access to historical and academic materials : examples, strategies and implications by Davis, Mitchell , Morris, Carolyn

    Given the capabilities for digitization that have emerged in recent years along with mobile access to the Internet, new library and business partnerships are now not only possible but also compelling in various ways. HTML5 web apps now make available library collections that historically have been closed or difficult to access. A partnership involving The British Library, Microsoft and BiblioLabs realizes some of these new potentials.