More Amazing Libraries

The Huffington Post has brought together some amazing library photos once again from around the world.

Canadian Library of Parliament in Ottawa

Canadian Library of Parliament in Ottawa

Last month, we brought you a slideshow of the most amazing libraries in the world. The responses from readers were so full of suggestions that we couldn’t resist running another batch of our favorites and yours. We’re getting a lot of bad news about libraries recently, as funding drops and major cuts are made, but these buildings and collections remind us of how important libraries are, and how much they are worth saving!

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/02/22/the-most-amazing-librarie_n_469484.html

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About repplinger

John has served as a Reference Librarian at Willamette University since 2002. He is the liaison to the Science Departments, and is responsible for maintaining the collections related to the life & physical sciences. His research interests range over the entire spectrum of libraries and information sciences, but includes: - Google and its influence on information & society - The Internet's influence on information seeking & sharing behaviors - Trends of scholarly communication - Electronic learning environments - Traditional pedagogy - GIS use in academic libraries

Posted on February 24, 2010, in Art, Libraries, Library Architecture and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. nice blog,,

    i’m a student of department library and information science in Indonesia. University of Nort Sumatera.
    I hope i can be like you…

    (^.^)

    gbu.

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