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008: The Molecule of Data

Harvard University on August 28, 2012 20:14

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    How can libraries use the power of metadata — those little molecules of information that help describe the greater work — to help users get more out of their search for resources?

    Karen Coyle — herself a librarian — has spent decades helping to build an understanding of the incredible new powers unleashed by the digitization of libraries. She spoke with David Weinberger for this week's LibraryLab/ThePodcast.

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