Making the Case for ‘Open’ in Libraries

Making the Case for ‘Open’ in Libraries

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If you, like me, are thinking about the future of our planet, you will likely have a myriad of thoughts about the countless issues we face today—rising temperatures, water scarcity, and global health pandemics, to name just a few. These issues represent the challenges of human sustainability—our need to look beyond the here and now and ensure a future for generations to come. While the many different areas of human activity require dedicated and specific efforts to ensure a sustainable future, you can argue that underlying it all is the need for unfettered access to trustworthy information and the relentless acquisition and creation of knowledge. Read the full article here.

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