Danielle Wyatt, Libraries and Technology


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Dr Danielle Wyatt of the University of Melbourne recently wrote an article for The Conversation titled “Technology hasn’t killed public libraries – it’s inspired them to transform and stay relevant” co-authored with Dale Leorke. Danielle is an accomplished researcher and writer on the topic of libraries having written peer reviewed articles on “Libraries as re-distributive technology” and “Public Libraries as digital culture”.


The Conversation article & Libraries as redistributive technology

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