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Tuesday, August 21, 2018

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Hi Simon

For the "discuss both sides and give your opinion" question, if I agree with the second point, can I write one paragraph only about the DISADVANTAGES of the first point and one paragraph only about the ADVANTAGES of the second point?

Regards

The libraries of the future are still about equitable access to information for our communities and our customers. However, what we do know is that we now have a 10% shift in demand from traditional print material into the electronic world. So we’ve got them more digital faster. But there requires a balance. We are not throwing out the approach, but we need to adapt our skills to work within this digital world. It’s a really exciting time to be a librarian. It’s we adapt to the changing way our customers are using information.

The libraries at the future are still about equitable access to information for our communities and our customers. However, what we do know is that we now have 10% certain demand from traditional print material into the electronic world. So we've got a move to more digital faster but there requires a balance. We're not showing out the print but we need to adapt our skills to work in the digital world. It's really an exciting time to be a librarian as we adapt to the changing way that our customers are using information.

The libraries of the future are still about equitable access to information for our communities and our customers. However , what we do know is that now we have a 10% shift in demand from traditional print material into the electronic world , so we have got to move to more digital faster but there requires a balance, we are not throwing out the prints but we need to adapt our skills to work within this digital world.It is a really exciting time to be a librarian as we adapt to this changing way that our customers are using information.

ps: i really couldn't recognize two words, access and skill after 15 times of hearing and i just got them after seeing comments of above :(

The libraries of the future are still about equitable access to information for our communities and our customers. However, what we do know is that we now have a 10% shift in demand from traditional print material into the electronic world, so we have got a move to more digital? faster but that requires a balance. we are not throwing out the print but we need to adapt our skills to work within this digital world. it is a really exciting time to be a librarian as we adapt to this changing way that our customers using this information.

The libraries of the future are still about equitable access to information for our communities and customers. However, what we do know is that we now have a 10% shift in demand from traditional print material into the electronic world. So, we've got a move to more digital faster, but there requires a balance. We're not showing out the print, but we need to adapt to our skills to work within the digital world. It's a really exciting time to be a librarian as we adapt to the changing way that our customers are using the information

access (eeeexisss)
print (that glottal T !!! Very different from British)
10% (ten pircen)
the approach (the approath!)
digital (sounds like gigital)

The libraries of the future are still about equitable access to information for our communities and our customers.However, what we do now is that we now have a ten percent shift on demand from traditional print material into the electronic world. So we've got to move to a more digital faster but that requires a balance, we are not throwing out the print but we need to adapt our skills to work within this digital world. It's a really exciting time to be a librarian as we adapt to this changing way that our customer are using information.

The libraries of the future are still about equitable access to information for our communities and customers. However, what we do know is that we now have a 10% shift in demand from traditional print material into the electronic world. So, we've got a move to more digital faster, but there requires a balance. We're not showing out the print, but we need to adapt to our skills to work within the digital world. It's a really exciting time to be a librarian as we adapt to the changing way that our customers are using the information

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