Will libraries survive?

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    RonCartier
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    [quote=15739]I don’t think libraries will go away.[/quote]

    [quote=15799]I think libraries will be around for a lot longer.[/quote]

    [quote=15896]They will survive,[/quote]

    It seems libraries are out of danger, @anna-marine πŸ™‚

    #16617

    Antonina
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    [quote=15912]It seems libraries are out of danger, @anna-marine :)[/quote]

    Hope so πŸ™‚

    #16833

    Antonina
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    Great news – al-Qarawiyyin Library in Fez, Morocco, the oldest library in the world, is now open to the public after a massive restoration effort.

    Check out here to know more.

    #16846

    indiapalette
    Keymaster

    A church has been transformed into a library in Quebec. Read here to find out more.

    #16852

    zoldos
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    That’s pretty cool! I think libraries will evolve and become fully digital. It will look the same, but all content will be digital media, and you can like “scan” what you want to “read” and it will pop up on your mobile device. πŸ™‚

    #17003

    Antonina
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    Do check out these – 10 Unusual Libraries Around the World
    Some of them are really unique, just like this Mongolian mobile library for kids in hard-to-reach regions.

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    Antonina
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    New York Public Library Installs Tiny Trains to Deliver Books

    [youtube]xdi9LiRt8JE[/youtube]

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