For those who were not previously aware of IoT, hereís a primer focused specifically on the library space:
IMHO this is still a very young concept, and not even fully imagined yet, so there is no reason to feel like youíve missed the boat, when the ship hasnít even reached the dock yet.
Andrew Anderson, President & CEO, Library and Information Resources Network, Inc.
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On Mar 30, 2016, at 22:16, Lesli M <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I feel compelled to pipe up about the comment "Very sad that a librarian didn't know what it was."
> Librarians come in all flavors and varieties. Until I worked in a medical library, I had no idea what a systematic review was. I had no idea there was a variety of librarian called "clinical librarian."
> Do you know the hot new interest for law libraries? Medical libraries? Science libraries?
> The IoT is a specific area of interest. Just like every other special interest out there.
> Is it really justified to expect all librarians of all flavors and varieties to know this very tech-ish thing called IoT?