Digital Futures

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Facet Publishing, 2001 - 276 pages
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Digital futures: strategies for the information age looks at how librarians and other information workers can develop the means to locate the electronic resources most relevant to the needs of their users, integrate these resources into the infrastructure of their institutions, manage the necessary technology, and anticipate future trends in the digital age.

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User Review  - March - Goodreads

Reading it for a current project on preservation. It might be a little dated by now, as this type of literature tends to become "old news" very quickly. Nevertheless, some topics are discussed that ... Read full review

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