Friday, October 05, 2007

Technology, staffing and liberty

The topic scares me.

Anyway, I am only comparing libraries in Malawi and what I have seen at Robert Gordon University. While we still have security guards in our libraries embarrassing patrons with 'police' searching, technology can provide a labour free, and extensive security system.

Sometimes I think that while dreaming in colour is good, the cost of living the colourful dreams are so huge. Maintaining an electronic security system is expensive, the gains are so huge. Whither African libraries!


Faisy Faisy said...

The concept you use in Technology liberty is great we should be more liberal in terms of using the gadget but some people of conservative mind stop their children to use latest mobile information the gadget. In this way they way behind to other student.

Addison Conroy said...

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