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Evolving Virtual Library II: Practical and Philosophical Perspectives
New book addresses promises, challenges for “Digital Age” libraries
Medford, NJ, October 1999—Information Today, Inc. has announced the publication of The Evolving Virtual Library II: Practical and Philosophical Perspectives, edited by Laverna M. Saunders. Building and expanding on Saunders’ 1996 effort, The Evolving Virtual Library: Visions and Case Studies, this latest book uses case studies to show how academic, K-12, public, corporate, and special libraries are being transformed to meet the demand for online information access.
With chapters by Saunders and nine other experts, The Evolving Virtual Library II explores key trends and issues in the digitalization (and “Internet-ization”) of libraries. The book describes developments in computer networking, showcases solutions for remote users, illuminates promising online applications in all types of libraries, and offers a meaningful vision of the future.
Contributors and chapters include:
|The Evolving Virtual Library II: Practical and Philosophical Perspectives (194 pp/hardbound $39.50, ISBN 1-57387-070-6) is published by Information Today, Inc. It is available by calling Information Today, Inc. at 800-300-9868 (outside U.S. call 609-654-6266), or online from the Information Today Store.|
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