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VIDEO - Library Innovation By Design, by Michelle Ha Tucker

Like other professions, libraries have developed a culture with a distinct set of values, approaches and behaviors. Library practices have traditionally been centered on the work of building and maintaining collections, and interactions with users and other institutions have been largely transactional. As the role of the library shifts beyond simply being an access and lending institution to providing a venue and platform for learning, innovation and creativity, libraries need to think in dramatically different ways and develop new approaches to their work in line with their changing role in the community. In this clip, Michelle Ha Tucker discusses library innovation by design at the Leadership Roundtable on Library Innovation, in Aspen, Colorado on August 10, 2015. The event was sponsored by the Knight Foundation.

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