This audio version of the August 11, 2006 webcast by George Needheam and Joan Frye Williams looks at the implications of the new OCLC report, Perceptions of Libraries and Information Resources. This material was originally delivered by George Needham and Joan Frye Williams in person at the Public Library Directors’ Forum in San Diego, California back in May 2006. It received a really positive response from directors who wished that their staff had been able to participate, so Infopeople asked George and Joan to repeat it as a webcast.
There is a lot of food for thought in their talk. The podcast is one hour and 57 minutes long, but it’s worth the time investment. Included in the podcast are the questions George and Joan received from their listeners (and the answers they provided).
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