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  1. From Gutenberg to GoogleThe case of the Bodleian Library, Oxford Presentation to the Union League of Philadelphia Reg Carr, Bodley’s Librarian 18 October 2005

  2. Portrait of Johann Gutenberg

  3. Bodley miniature

  4. Portrait of ‘Bloody Mary’

  5. Portraits of Calvin and Beza

  6. Geneva Bible

  7. Oxford in the 1560s

  8. Portrait of Sir Francis Walsingham

  9. Bodley’s autobiography

  10. Duke Humfrey’s Library empty

  11. Duke Humfrey’s Library restored

  12. Portrait of Thomas James

  13. Bodleian Library logo

  14. Pictures of the Bodleian

  15. “The book is dead!”“Move over Gutenberg!”Johann GutenbergRIP

  16. “The book is dead!” The printed book RIPOr is it?

  17. The principle of ‘co-existence’ of communications media types(The notion of ‘overlap’)

  18. Wyclifite manuscript Bible

  19. Gutenberg Bible

  20. ‘Co-existence’ still at work • ‘Fitness for purpose’… • E-mails, text messages and letters • Cell phones, laptops and pens and pencils • Keyboard skills and handwriting • Overlapping communications media

  21. Picture of mss collections

  22. Writing on paper

  23. Beethoven manuscript

  24. E-books

  25. Workstation with printer

  26. Google Print

  27. Four great libraries

  28. Bodleian catalogue hall

  29. Book sales/production graphs

  30. Visitors in Bodleian quad

  31. Map of libraries in Oxford

  32. Bodleian item being digitised

  33. Library’s Web page

  34. Web page of Subject List

  35. “The hybrid library” “The dominant user view of a library is of a physical space. But libraries are services which provide organised access to the intellectual record, wherever it resides, whether in physical places or in scattered digital information spaces. The ‘hybrid’ library of the future will be a managed combination of physical and virtual collections and information resources”

  36. CD version of the Bodleian’s Pre-1920 Catalogue

  37. OLIS home page

  38. OLIS record/search result

  39. Manuscript finding aid in EAD format

  40. Digitised image of a printed Caxton advertisement

  41. EEBO search page

  42. EEBO item display

  43. Google Print image

  44. From Gutenberg to Google

  45. The application of computers in libraries From ‘mechanisation’to‘automation’to‘information, knowledge and digital asset management’

  46. The ‘discontinuities’ of communications in the age of the Internet: big changes under way Broader than just libraries The nature of publishing The cycle of authoring, publication and reading Economic issues Legal issues Social issues

  47. “Whither (wither?) Gutenberg?”and“Whither (wither?) libraries?”

  48. The digital information revolution:a phenomenal expansion The Internet The World Wide Web Feynman’s digital nanocube?

  49. Electronic networks and information resources

  50. The History of Political Discourse web page