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Title: If dogs could read ... and other dubious planning assumptions for libraries
Creators: Sandler, Mark
Keywords: Library planning
Future of libraries
Issue Date: 2007-03-07
Publisher: Ohio State University Libraries
Series/Report no.: Ohio State University Libraries. Lecture Committee. Library Lecture
Ohio State University Libraries. Information Overload
Abstract: Change in libraries is sometimes immediate but more often gradual. But whichever it is, change is certain. Mark Sandler discusses the future of libraries, including new distribution channels for print books and Google and its library partners.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/24632
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