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Civic space/cyberspace

the American public library in the information age

by Redmond Kathleen Molz

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Published by MIT Press,c in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.,
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Public libraries -- United States.,
    • Libraries -- United States -- Special collections -- Computer network resources.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementRedmond Kathleen Molz and Phyllis Dain.
      ContributionsDain, Phyllis.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ731 .M639 1999
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 259 p. ;
      Number of Pages259
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL356752M
      ISBN 100262133466
      LC Control Number98016614

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      Public Space Public Library Library Building Library Space Civic Space These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm ogmaexpo.com by: 2. Civic Partnerships: The Role of Libraries in Promoting Civic Engagement The Role of Libraries in Promoting Civic Engagement By Nancy Kranich Past President, American Library Association Putnam published his bestselling book Bowling Alone11 did the importance of reviving. 5.

      Civic Space/Cyberspace: The American Public Library in the Information Age by Redmond Kathleen Molz; Blue Bug Goes to the Library by Virginia Poulet; Carnegie Libraries Across America: A Public Legacy (Preservation Press) by Theodore Jones. Back to book. chapter 7. From city space to cyberspace. pessimistic vision of how the rapidly growing use of information technologies will further exacerbate a decline of civic life and community. This perspective views public life in decline as accelerated by a culture of simulation. Physical spaces are replaced by digital ones-first Cited by:


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Civic Space/Cyberspace: The American Public Library in the Information Age. Redmond Kathleen Molz and Phyllis Dain. Cambridge, MA, MIT Press, p. $ (ISBN ). This book assesses the current condition and direction of the American public library.

It considers the challenges and opportunities presented by new electronic technologies, changing public policy, fiscal realities, and cultural trends.

The authors draw on site visits and interviews conducted across the country, as well as extensive reading of reports, surveys, and other documents, combining Cited by: Author Redmond Kathleen Molz~Phyllis Dain~Kathleen Molz.

Title Civic Space/Cyberspace: The American Public Library in the Information Age. Binding Hardcover. Book Condition LIKE NEW. Type Hardcover. Publisher The MIT Press 05 March, ISBN Number /.

In Civic Space/Cyberspace, Redmond Kathleen Molz and Phyllis Dain assess the current condition and direction of the American public library. They consider the challenges and opportunities presented by new electronic technologies, changing public policy, fiscal realities, and cultural trends.

Civic Space/Cyberspace: The American Public Library in the Information Age. Redmond Kathleen Molz and Phyllis Dain. The MIT Press, "The traditional challenges involved in the library's promotion of reading and the book to successive generations of learners and the new opportunities afforded it in the dissemination of electronic information are the subject of this book.

Too bad the focus and content of Civic Space/Cyberspace do not fulfill the title’s appar-ent promise of prescriptions for the future; only in the book’s closing sections do Molz and Dain offer a glimpse of the road ahead. Civic Space/Cyberspacedoes provide a concise, coherent and readable account of the growth of American public libraries.

Title of Thesis: REIMAGING PUBLIC LIBRARY AS PUBLIC SPACE Christopher Joon Pho Lee, Master’s of Architecture, Civic Space/cyberspace: The American Public Library in the Information Age. 7 Susan Stamberg. "How Andrew Carnegie Turned His Fortune Into A Library Legacy." NPR. Dain's speeches and writings include drafts of articles and presentations given at various library functions and conferences from toas well as materials and interview tapes for the book she co-authored with Molz,), Civic Space/Cyberspace: The American Public Library in the Information Age.

There are 26 cassette tapes of interviews. This is the first fully illustrated, popular history of one of the great knowledge institutions of the world. The New York Public Library comprises simultaneously a set of scholarly research collections that rank with those of the British Library, the Library of Congress, and the Bibliotheque Nationale de France, as well as a network of community Price Range: $ - $ Whitney North Seymour Jr.

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ISSN X Minerva - An Internet Journal of Philosophy 5 (): – Rebecca Bryant What Kind of Space is Cyberspace?1 Rebecca Bryant Space n. the three-dimensional medium in which all physical things exist. (Chambers Pocket Dictionary, )Abstract With the advent and growth of electronic communication, the word “cyberspace” has entered into.

book are believed to be true and accurate at the date of publication. 15 Civic Engagement of University Students: contrast to land, sea, air and space, cyberspace is a human-made domain Author: Andrew Liaropoulos. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the ogmaexpo.com: Peggy Cooper Davis.

Dec 18,  · LIS Libraries and community I just finished reading Civic Space Cyberspace and typing up a grumpy essay about how this book even though recent is already historical. It seems so hopeful -- even naively so -- about the role of libraries in the electronic era but not really dealing with what I see as vast changes in the role of libraries.promote a community’s civic and educational values” (, 65).

In their book Civic Space/Cyberspace, R. K. Molz and P. Dain emphasize the role of the library as civic institutions: Libraries’ unique characteristics take on special meaning today, when thoughtful peo.Book review Full text access Civic Space/Cyberspace, The American Public Library in the Information Age, by Redmond Kathleen Molz and Phyllis Dain: Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, pp.

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