Creating the 21st-Century Academic Library | Rowman & Littlefield
Creating the 21st-Century Academic Library
The academic library is dramatically different today than it was only ten years ago. And with it, the profession of the academic librarian is also undergoing significant changes. Managing digital resources in all its forms, from telecommunications to storage and access devices, is central to its new roles. Creating, curating and preserving digital information is also key to the new librarianship. And what about services to its clients?We can't expect the redefined academic library to assume its final shape any time soon, if ever, but the transformation is well underway. This series, Creating the 21st-Century Academic Library, will explore this topic from a number of different perspectives.

Editor(s): Bradford Lee Eden