Academic Libraries as High-Tech Gateways: A Guide to Design and Space Decisions
American Library Association, 1995 - Academic libraries - 180 pages
Guides academic libraries in serving as "gateways" to electronic information. Practical discussions on integrating new technologies and traditional services, presenting libraries as "teaching instruments", and accommodating computer equipment, networks, and communications systems.
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