A Genealogy of Open
by Betsy Yoon Abstract/In Brief The term open has become a familiar part of library and education practice and discourse, with open source software being... Read More
Care, Code, and Digital Libraries: Embracing Critical Practice in Digital Library Communities
In Brief In this article, the author explores the necessity of articulating an ethics of care in the design, governance, and future evolution of digital... Read More
Who are you empowering?
In brief: As librarians we continue to grapple with our role in a world of digital information. The case has been made for an enthusiastic... Read More
Tangoing All the Way: Is Everything Negotiable?
By Brett Bonfield “Negotiation seems like dancing the Tango, two steps forward, two steps back and suddenly three surprising steps forward.” — Margot Wallström Smart,... Read More
W-E-B-S-I-T-E, Find Out What It Means To Me
By Brett Bonfield It’s interesting how many people don’t really understand the concept of open source. People often describe freeware as open source, or they’ll describe... Read More