The Creativity Issue: Putting the Spotlight on Creative Work in Urban Libraries

Bell, Steven J.
March 2008
Urban Library Journal;Spring2008, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
An introduction to articles publsihed in this issue is presented including "The Eye of the Brainstorm: Transforming the Library through Creative Idea Building," "Perseverance and Play: Making a Movie for the YouTube Generation" and "Listen Up: Discovering the Reference and Instructional Applications of Apple's iTunes."


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