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"As digital learning objects become easier and easier to create and share, libraries increasingly may become repositories for informal, grassroots materials, where the end-users that consume library resources and educators that contribute and share them are the one and the same. And these library community members could take over some functions that previously were owned by professional librarians. In this way, decision-making in libraries may be significantly democratized."

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    Informal Education,NSDL,oai:nsdl.org:2200/20100406162230406T,Computer Science/Information Management/Digital Libraries,NSDL_SetSpec_iLumina,General Public,Computing and Information

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    English

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