NPR Addresses the Future of Libraries

According to the Talk of the Nation Web site, today’s program will be entitled, “The Bookless Library.” Here’s the blurb:

Information technology changes as soon we think we understand it. We look at how libraries keep up and redefine their role. How would you design a library for the 21st century?

For those of us who working during Talk of the Nation, transcripts and audio files should be by this evening. Want to participate, you can call into the program at 1-800-989-8255, or send an e-mail to with “21st century libraries” in the subject line.

Thanks to Christie Brandau, State Librarian of Kansas, for the tip!

2 thoughts on “NPR Addresses the Future of Libraries”

  1. I am a library and Information Science In Zimbabwe (Southern Africa).I am very interested in Information Technology issues although our country iss till lagging behind.I feel libraries still have a lot to achieve to close the technological gap and it is through disscussion with other librarians from accross the world who are technologically advanced.

    My bog is http://www.emyvee.blogspot.com

    Thank you

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