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   It’s the stuff around the stuff that’s important!                Contextual readers’ advisory, intelligent bundling a...
“We’ll come to understand that no work, no idea,stands alone, but that all good, true and beautiful thingsare networks, e...
   Coherence! Understanding! Happy Users!”    “
“The contextual relevance of data and itsexpression through visualization are intrinsic  components of human communicatio...
I“ nformation obeys no border. Once deep insideany single thing you begin to find connections to                  everyth...
   “   We must open our eyes and see that moderncivilization has become so complex and the lives ofcivilized men so inter...
“Contextualisation represents an early 21st CenturyEverest for readers’ advisors to climb.”
“To make discovery work, we have to rely onoffering books that speak to a range of tastes, whichis best elucidated by a g...
“Assembles content from multiple sources to createnew works…Reading enough to find common strandsamong multiple works...”
“The Reading Path is a way for the readers advisor tomake more creative connections between the reader andbooks of intere...
“Readers go to a book because of its subject, but they stayfor everything else.”
Our understanding of the complexity of way-findingecosystems… “changes everything, actually.”
“   The net is an unending NOW of moments anddistractions and wonderments and puzzlements…”
“It’s not the book you start with, it’s the book thatbook leads you to.”
“History of Science Fiction”        by Ward Shelley (2011)
   “…old wine in new bottles.”
“All the people, places and things from the world outsidethe story. And here’s where they all come together. It allbegins...
Children’s pick-a-path                               An ‘ABC’ or ‘Adventure, Boys & Contraptions’      8a                 ...
   T “ hey offer patrons the best of the library interms of resources, expertise and imagination.”
“They help the RA librarian contextualise thecollection and practise skills on a deeper level.”
“Aggregators of the future will create value byunderstanding the individual preferences of customersand creating personal...
“…to truly create and contribute… we have to be able toconnect countless dots.”
“Orthodoxy means not thinking-not needing to think.Orthodoxy is unconsciousness."
   “Please remember: things are not what they seem.”
   Who we must not become: “bibliographic hospiceworkers concerned only with making the terminallyill library as comforta...
   Who we must become: “’Curiosity Sherpas who leadus to things we didn’t know we were interested in untilwe, well, until...
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It’s the stuff around the stuff that’s important contextual readers' advisory presentation alia 2013 version 2

  1. 1.  It’s the stuff around the stuff that’s important!  Contextual readers’ advisory, intelligent bundling and the ‘remix’ reader  A presentation by Paul Brown at ALIA Information Online 2013
  2. 2. “We’ll come to understand that no work, no idea,stands alone, but that all good, true and beautiful thingsare networks, ecosystems or intertwingled parts…”
  3. 3.  Coherence! Understanding! Happy Users!” “
  4. 4. “The contextual relevance of data and itsexpression through visualization are intrinsic components of human communication .”
  5. 5. I“ nformation obeys no border. Once deep insideany single thing you begin to find connections to everything.”
  6. 6.  “ We must open our eyes and see that moderncivilization has become so complex and the lives ofcivilized men so interwoven with the lives of other menin other countries as to make it impossible to be in thisworld and out of it.”
  7. 7. “Contextualisation represents an early 21st CenturyEverest for readers’ advisors to climb.”
  8. 8. “To make discovery work, we have to rely onoffering books that speak to a range of tastes, whichis best elucidated by a group of individuals who makejudgments”.
  9. 9. “Assembles content from multiple sources to createnew works…Reading enough to find common strandsamong multiple works...”
  10. 10. “The Reading Path is a way for the readers advisor tomake more creative connections between the reader andbooks of interest to that reader.”
  11. 11. “Readers go to a book because of its subject, but they stayfor everything else.”
  12. 12. Our understanding of the complexity of way-findingecosystems… “changes everything, actually.”
  13. 13. “ The net is an unending NOW of moments anddistractions and wonderments and puzzlements…”
  14. 14. “It’s not the book you start with, it’s the book thatbook leads you to.”
  15. 15. “History of Science Fiction” by Ward Shelley (2011)
  16. 16.  “…old wine in new bottles.”
  17. 17. “All the people, places and things from the world outsidethe story. And here’s where they all come together. It allbegins with a book.”
  18. 18. Children’s pick-a-path An ‘ABC’ or ‘Adventure, Boys & Contraptions’ 8a 8b 1 2 3a Seeking adventures in fantastic places? 3b You’ve come to the right place young 3 8 explorer. Ready to take on more gangs of How about more Crikey! Extraordinary bullies? (They pirates (above) & games that actually don’t stand a some school come to life – Mum I Step right up. chance, huh?) baddies? (right) want, I want, I want! Magic, games & mechanical wonderments abound here Fancy a few contests involving all sorts of 4a contraptions? Build things yourself Mechanisation, both (right) or compete fact (left) and fiction Managing grown- against thousands (below). All really ups: the Good (left) (below) whizz bang stuff the Bad (right) and7b young dude. the Ugly (er, right 7 again) 4 6 5 7a 4b
  19. 19.  T “ hey offer patrons the best of the library interms of resources, expertise and imagination.”
  20. 20. “They help the RA librarian contextualise thecollection and practise skills on a deeper level.”
  21. 21. “Aggregators of the future will create value byunderstanding the individual preferences of customersand creating personalized slices of entertainment forthem.”
  22. 22. “…to truly create and contribute… we have to be able toconnect countless dots.”
  23. 23. “Orthodoxy means not thinking-not needing to think.Orthodoxy is unconsciousness."
  24. 24.  “Please remember: things are not what they seem.”
  25. 25.  Who we must not become: “bibliographic hospiceworkers concerned only with making the terminallyill library as comfortable as possible before itexpires.”
  26. 26.  Who we must become: “’Curiosity Sherpas who leadus to things we didn’t know we were interested in untilwe, well, until we are.”

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