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Identify pain points in moving forward

identify pain points in moving forward (ex. lack of mapping, services) A strategy emphasized in order to improve interoperability between existing systems and standards, enable better visibility of library data (bibliographic data) for end users on the web, enable use by a broader variety of users and systems with no boundaries, enhance collaborative and shared infrastructures for data management, minimize the cost ...more »

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Build interactivity: capture new awarenesses

To support knowledge creation, we need to support interactive interfaces that enable users to share their thoughts about the content and relationships they discover. We need to support the scaffolding of new knowledge as users interact with our content and with each other about our content. We need to think in 3D about engagement in the digital space.

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E-book Annotation Sharing Alternatives

For the group developing standards for e-book annotations, sharing of these needs to be more discriminatory than the current "all or nothing" that Amazon does with Kindle. I would like to be able to: 1) Share some annotations but not others (both within the same title or across different titles). 2) Share specific annotations with specific groups. For example, if I'm reading a book that my book club is doing, I may only ...more »

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