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Kyle K. Courtney Oct 20
Right now, Michelle Wu is receiving the 's Hero Award for through her incredible writing and advocacy work on behalf of promoting greater online access to culture including ! Thank you Michelle!!
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Internet Archive 2h
Do you have a library--or a collection--that needs preservation, digitization and access? Let , 's Director of Open Libraries know.
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Internet Archive Oct 20
In 2019, Marygrove College in Detroit closed. What abt its library—70,000 books strong? Instead of selling it, breaking it apart, or ending in landfill, the library of Marygrove will stay intact w/ huge future impact due to .
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Internet Archive Oct 20
What inspired Michelle Wu to frame a new legal theory: ? A natural disaster. Tropical Storm Allison put Univ of Houston's Law library underwater. Even with $$$ from FEMA, it took years to rebuild. Some books were unique. And books were still vulnerable.
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roy Oct 20
i keep seeing the internet archive tweet about but might i recommend a little something called
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Internet Archive Oct 20
Why is Michelle Wu our 2020 Hero? says "Michelle always envisioned a library world where everyone can use resources--regardless of time, distance or disability....libraries can be a great equalizer. can make us all better."
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Meg Wacha Oct 20
The future of depends on how libraries use it to lessen inequality. - Michelle Wu, on accepting the 's Hero Award
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Evelyn Frangakis Oct 20
Internet Archive Hero Michelle Wu speaking now about her vision of
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Samuel Trosow 17h
I surveyed library web pages (mostly Ontario, both public & academic) over the summer. Too many are not effectively utilizing resources. is certainly the leader. So much more education is needed on this issue.
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Lisa Radha Weaver Oct 19
Calling all librarians! Did you know that can help you reach marginalized communities, the print disabled, remote learners, and many more? Find out more:
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Lisa Radha Weaver 18h
Librarians: do you use in your work? Reply to this tweet and tell us what the practice means to you and the community you serve
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Todd Carpenter Oct 20
If you’re interested in you can start by by reading & consider endorsing the Position Statement on Controlled Digital Lending:
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Internet Archive Oct 20
The final session of the Library Leaders Forum is happening now! Follow the hashtag to hear more about the future of and the key role of libraries in preserving knowledge for cultural posterity
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Internet Archive Oct 20
Announcing: the Marygrove College Digital Library is now open! A historic library of social justice, Detroit, African American books are available one-at-a-time through , for a new generation of learners. Enjoy:
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The Captured Economy Oct 20
Want to learn about how works? Tune into the last session of the Library Leaders Forum now!
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Internet Archive Oct 20
Don't miss the 2020 Hero Award: awarded today to pioneer, Michelle Wu. This award goes to someone who goes out on a limb, takes risks to make the knowledge more accessible to all.
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sheik's sixth sheep's sick Oct 22
Libraries use to empower marginalized communities, but a new lawsuit threatens this crucial tool! Join the campaign to protect everyone’s right to knowledge 
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Internet Archive Oct 20
Replying to @internetarchive
7/ Michelle Wu: "These are fear-based arguments vs. fact-based arguments we can win. Courts can only protect public interests if they understand it....we need to make sure judges see how serves the public."
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Internet Archive Oct 20
Replying to @internetarchive
3/ Michelle Wu: "The Pandemic was devastating...but it did change attitudes about ." It made it clear that libraries needed to serve its readers learning online. It made libraries take on the risks b/c the rewards were so clear.
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