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Human operators : a critical oral history on technology in libraries and archives

Author: Melissa Morrone
Publisher: Sacramento CA : Library Juice Press, 2018. ©2017
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"A collective oral history covering many of the issues in technology in librarianship in the early 21st century. Via edited and compiled interview transcripts, readers get to ear the voices of librarians and archivists discussing tech topics from perspectives that are critical, social justice-oriented, feminist, anti-racist, and ecologically-minded. This readable, conversational book aims to bring out specific  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Oral histories
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Melissa Morrone
ISBN: 9781634000321 1634000323
OCLC Number: 1047524489
Notes: Includes interviews with Celeste Â-Re, Vivian G. Alvarez, Elvia Arroyo-Ramirez, Carol Bean, Jessica Anne Bratt, Michael Cherry, Chad Clark, Anita Coleman, Carmel Curtis, Hadassah Damien, Jim DelRosso, Jarrett M. Drake, Molly Fair, Daniel Kahn Gillmor, Bonnie Gordon, Drew Gordon, Michael Gorman, Jason Griffey, Elaine Harger, Jonathan H. Harwell, John Helling, Mandy Henk, Sarah Houghton, Jen Hoyer, Stephanie Irvin, Karen Lemmons, Jessa Lingel, Zachary Loeb, Alison Macrina, Mark A. Matienzo, Myrna Morales, Joel Nichols, Bess Sadler, Béatrice Skokan, Hana Sleiman, Jaime Taylor, Jaycie Vos, Cecily Walker, Andrew P. Weiss, Jessamyn West, Mita Williams, Stacie Williams, Andromeda Yelton, and Becky Yoose.
Description: 386 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Learning --
Connecting --
Building --
Collecting --
Accessing --
Being --
People --
Works.
Responsibility: edited by Melissa Morrone.

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"A collective oral history covering many of the issues in technology in librarianship in the early 21st century. Via edited and compiled interview transcripts, readers get to ear the voices of librarians and archivists discussing tech topics from perspectives that are critical, social justice-oriented, feminist, anti-racist, and ecologically-minded. This readable, conversational book aims to bring out specific critiques of technology as well as more inspiring aspects of what going on in the instructional, open source, free culture, and maker worlds in the field. The book is less about the technology per se and more about critical thinking around technology and how it actually works in people lives"--Publisher.

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