Books, the Internet and Beyond
American Library Association, Aug 1, 2000 - Language Arts & Disciplines
When do you use the Internet, and when do you use print collections? The question is one of philosophy as well as expediency. Sometimes it's obvious, sometimes it's not, and sometimes it's hard to choose. For several situations, the presenters argue whether print or the Internet is more likely to be effective for solving information problems and give examples to justify their arguments.
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