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05 JUNE 2011

Towards implementation of Library 2.0 and the e-Framework

"This is a period of uncertainty and change in HE libraries in terms of institutional systems, user perceptions, globalisation of services and communities and new technologies. Users expect ease of discovery, workflow and delivery influenced by Google and Web2.0. In this context, JISC is working towards an Information Environment for learning, teaching and research, involving deep integration of services and resources within the personal, institutional, national and global landscape.

The precursor JISC and SCONUL Library Management Systems study (April 2008) highlights challenges relating to practice, services and products. Meanwhile ideas are constantly being developed by early adopters, which offer opportunities to understand user expectations, gather professional practice and identify technical demands."

(JISC, UK)

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2008 • bibliotheque • deep integration • e-Framework • early adopters • ease of delivery • ease of discovery • ease of workflow • globalisation of services and communities • Google Inc • HE libraries • information environment • institutional systems • interoperabilityJISClearning environmentLibrary 2.0Library Management Systemsnew technologiesprofessional practiceresearch environment • SCONUL • services and resources • teaching environment • technical demands • UKuncertainty • user expectations • user perceptions • Web 2.0

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Simon Perkins
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