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By involving themselves in this emerging technology, libraries can directly impact their patrons for good and demonstrate their relevance to a world where text and images are increasingly interchangeable.Design/methodology/approachThis column will provide an overview of how Midjourney, DALL·E,...
This study aims to describe the critical literacy of online newsreaders on the viva.co.id website in dealing with clickbait news. Critical literacy is oriented to the critical power of online newsreaders by analyzing, evaluating and reflecting on the relationship of online newsreaders, texts and...
The main purpose of this paper is to explore how robots are being used in the library to transform library services and what are the future possibilities of application of robots in libraries.Design/methodology/approachAnalyzing various library websites and consulting literature relating to the...
The purpose of this paper is to examine the development and growth of smart cities across the globe and explore the possibilities for their implementation, to assess the emerging trend for smart homes supported by smart cities, to identify and analyze technologies used in smart cities such as...
The purpose of this paper is to elaborate on the impact of digital literacy with its dynamic and evolutionary nature on the daily lives of individuals. This paper discusses about the digital literacy frameworks, digital literacy education, its relation to critical thinking and, ultimately,...
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