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The Future of Special and Distinctive Collections in the Digital Age
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|Title:||The Future of Special and Distinctive Collections in the Digital Age|
|Date Issued:||03 Jun 2010|
|Description:||Held on February 24, 2010 in Hamilton Library. Clifford Lynch, Executive Director of the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) in Washington, DC, discusses how digital technology is changing the way in which special and distinctive collections are acquired, organized, used, curated and preserved, and what this implies for the future of research libraries, both in their connection to the scholarly world and to the broader society.|
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