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Title:
Impact of digital technology on library collections and resource sharing
Author:
University of Oklahoma. Libraries. Conference (2001 : Oklahoma City, Okla.)
Publication Information:
Binghamton, NY : Haworth Information Press, [2001]

©2001
Physical Description:
127 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
General Note:
Papers delivered at the 2001 University of Olkahoma Libraries annual conference held March 1st and 2nd in Oklahoma City.

Co-published simultaneously as Journal of library administration, v. 35, no. 3, 2001.
Language:
English
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Journal of library administration.
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Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/fy034/2002009618.html
ISBN:
9780789019080

9780789019097
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Summary

Eight contributions from librarians, book vendors, and library users discuss how digital technology is changing academic libraries. A sampling of topics includes recent copyright legislation, electronic cooperation between libraries, digital books, special collections libraries, and how digital tech


Table of Contents

Sul H. LeePaula KaufmanClifford LynchPhilip BlackwellKaren HunterDennis DillonCharles T. CullenDilawar Grewal and Fred HeathPrudence Adler
Introductionp. 1
Whose Good Old Days Are These? A Dozen Predictions for the Digital Agep. 5
What Do Digital Books Mean for Libraries?p. 21
Taming Disruptive Technologies, or How to Remain Relevant in the Digital Agep. 33
Going "Electronic-Only": Early Experiences and Issuesp. 51
Songs of the Dodo: Information Extinctions, Innovation, and Ecosystem Changep. 67
Special Collections Libraries in the Digital Age: A Scholarly Perspectivep. 79
The Emerging Digital Library: A New Collaborative Opportunity on the Academic Campusp. 93
Copyright and Intellectual Property Legislation and Related Activities: New Challenges for Librariesp. 107
Indexp. 119

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