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by Amy Heap and Bob Pymm. 
The Australian Library Journal  – Feb 2009
 
The coming of the Web and the ease with which on-line history projects can be established has seen a wave of popular history websites that encourage personal reflections on an organisation or event from anyone with an opinion. This paper looks at one such project, established by Wagga Wagga City Library, to record memories of Radio Station 2WG’s Women’s Club which flourished in the Riverina area from the 1930s to the early 1960s, providing a valuable information and entertainment resource to this rural and regional community.
 
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by Leith Robinson
Australian Library Journal – 1 February 2007

User involvement in information services is a contentious issue. This article explores the participation of patrons in libraries, archives and records centres. It reviews the causes of this change, and discusses the consequences for the information profession. The article notes the constants in information environments, and concludes by suggesting that the opposing sides reach a compromise in order for industry survival.

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by Lisa Spiro
Council on Library and Information Resources  – January 2009

In this paper, Lisa Spiro describes and analyzes some of the major technologies that are available to librarians, curators, and archivists and the implications of deploying these systems for existing workflows.

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