I had the pleasure of attending the Evidence Based Library and Information Practice conference in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (isn’t that fun to say!). I hope to post a few highlights!
This article presents an interesting take on making not just information open access to freely use as you like but also product design through modular construction. Basically like Legos or a giant Erector set, the companies mentioned in article allow the user to create their own designs with their products based on the need of the user. Kind of an interesting way to look at the world.
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