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The academic library in the information age

Consortium for Educational Technology for University Systems. CSU-SUNY-CUNY Joint Committee

The academic library in the information age

changing roles.

by Consortium for Educational Technology for University Systems. CSU-SUNY-CUNY Joint Committee

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Published by California State University in Seal Beach, CA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Academic libraries -- United States,
  • Academic librarians -- Effect of technological innovations on,
  • Library science -- Technological innovations -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesDiscussion series / C.E.T.U.S
    ContributionsCalifornia State University, State University of New York, City University of New York
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[v], 18 p. ;
    Number of Pages18
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22852931M

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    LIBRARY INFORMATION SERVICES IN THE DIGITAL AGE Stephen Mayega Tele: + Fax: [email protected] Abstract Library information services are a key element in libraries since the ancient times. Their vital role is increasingly becoming a measure of the library’s contribution to the transformation and. Three alumni of the UCLA Senior Fellows Program have co-edited “Academic Library Management: Case Studies,” published by the American Library Nickelson Dearie (’86, MLS), interim University Librarian at UC San Diego; Elaine L. Westbrooks, university librarian and vice provost for University Libraries at UNC Chapel Hill; and Michael Meth, associate dean of Research and.

    Information experts in the information age by Olivia Crosby Olivia Crosby is a contributing editor to the OOQ, () Academic libraries, and they decide what kinds of books and materials the library needs. The information age has changed the definition of theCited by: our preliminary sample, the library must be an academic library located in the United States and should have the minimum qualification to include an ALA-Accredited Masters degree in Library and Information Science. The position must clearly be a professional position rather than a para-professional Size: KB.


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