“From local content to globally-connected local content”

March 29, 2008 § Leave a comment

David Sasaki has a great post over at MediaShift Idea Lab called The Read and Write Library.  He describes the important role libraries can and are playing in South America in helping their communities tell their local stories:

For Gabriel Vanegas [a librarian] in Colombia, the true power of new media is the ability to recuperate forgotten local stories in a collaborative manner.

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