Research Library Update: Imagining Library 4.0: Creating a Model for Future Libraries

I believe very strongly that the library can and should be the center of community learning. Libraries can be a place where people come, not only to find information and have basic access to technology that they may not have personally, but also can be a place to inspire people and move them towards their passions and interests in ways that schools and home life cannot. There is an incredible opportunity for libraries¬†to be an agent of change in a community. This article, “Imagining Library 4.0: Creating a Model for Future Libraries”, posted in the “Misc” section of the library, reinforces some of those ideas and discusses how libraries can adapt to emerging technology.

Research Library Update: Shakespeare … Steinbeck … Harper Lee … Ni no Kuni.

The second addition to my “research library” is up. Please take a look at this fantastic longform piece written in 2013 by Polygon writer Colin Campbell¬†“Shakespeare … Steinbeck … Harper Lee … Ni no Kuni.” If you are looking for inspiration to use games in your Literature/English/Novel Studies classes, you will find it here! Click on the main menu link for the Research library and look for my review under the Video Games section.