Amy Garmer of Aspen Institute's Dialogue on Public Libraries on Keeping Pace with Technology
"We're seeing a big change from what used to be the house of books to the house of learning."
Libraries have traditionally been a center for knowledge and learning in communities across the country. In the digital age, technology has drastically changed the way we access information. How can libraries keep pace with technology? A discussion with Amy Garmer, Director of the Dialogue on Public Libraries Program at the Aspen Institute.
In describing today's libraries, Garmer said, "We're seeing a big change from what used to be the house of books to the house of learning."
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