AbstractOffers a theoretical framework for applying Web 2.0 technologies and design principles to the development of participatory cultures within libraries. A participatory culture is one that focuses on facilitating interaction and the creation of content by users rather than the consumption of content created or compiled by experts.
SubjectsLibraries, Web 2.0, Participatory culture, Social responsibility
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