The Academic Library’s Role in Fostering Digital Citizenship
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This presentation discusses Butler University Library’s efforts to introduce various campus constituents to Digital Citizenship. The primary platform featured in this presentation is the Butler University Library Digital Commons, a product by Berkeley Electronic Press. Discussed is how the presenter used this product to get digital immigrants excited about a Web 2.0 technology. Also discussed is marketing strategies for promoting similar Web 2.0 technologies to digital immigrants in higher education, and how such endeavors can also serve to transform the academic librarian’s role in the 21st Century.
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Brad Matthies. "The Academic Library’s Role in Fostering Digital Citizenship" Presentations.. Aug. 2010.
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/brad_matthies/76