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xii, 269 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • The future according to the past : future library issues in historical perspective / Stanley Chodorow
  • The emergence of digital scholarship : new models for librarians, scholars, and publishers / John Unsworth
  • Information technology and teaching : are they friends or foes? / Richard A. Detweiler
  • Document delivery in the digital library / C. Lee Jones
  • Climb every mountain : developing organizational capacity for the realization of digital libraries / Winston Tabb
  • The research library as publisher : new roles in a new environment for scholarly communication / Carol A. Mandel
  • Copyright in the United States and Japan : storming the barriers to access / Paula Kaufman
  • Reading and interactivity in the digital library : creating an experience that transcends paper / Catherine C. Marshall
  • JSTOR : offering access to an archives of scholarly journal literature / Kevin M. Guthrie
  • The continuing evolution of the University of Virginia Library's digital initiatives / Karin Wittenborg
  • Digitization and change in mathematics scholarship / Sarah E. Thomas
  • Realities and choices for academic libraries in a networked world / Betty G. Bengtson
  • Creating the digital library : the importance of faculty collaboration / James G. Neal
  • Collections in the digital library / Abby Smith
  • Library space in the digital age / Nicholas C. Burckel
  • The place of libraries in a digital age / David M. Levy.
The influence of digital technology on higher education libraries is discussed by recognised experts. The Kanazawa institute of Technology is Japan's largest institution of higher education specialising in engineering and technology. It is a world leader and collaborator in electronic initiatives, often in the forefront of systems design and telecommunications advancement. It is also the site of an annual symposium series on digital library development. The authors have pulled together an International cadre of leading thinkers and experimenters, all of whom have participated in these symposia, to provide their considered opinions concerning the influence of digital technology on teaching and learning in general, and the role of the library in the educational enterprise in particular. Their contributions have, in turn, been arranged into four thematic groupings, which range from envisioning the future, and facing major challenges, to creating projects and programmes, and developing digital libraries. An informative read for anyone involved in higher education.
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