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Mar 17 2018 - 10:04pm
More on the Experience Age



piece in TechCrunch provides an overview of the transition to experiential commerce. It highlights not only the rise of experience in retail, but also the growth of the infrastructure for online commerce that is absorbing basic transactions formerly handled face-to-face. What do the growth of rich experiences as introductions to resources and online infrastructures for the delivery of resources suggest for our operations in the library and for education more generally?


Posted in: Education|By: Gary Natriello|764 Reads