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Transforming Library Service Through Information Commons: Case Studies for the Digital Age

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The Information Commons (IC) strives to unite all the facts and figures of the world into a resource available to everyone. This work presents the how-to information necessary for institutions considering the development of an information commons. Offering advice on what works, it includes case studies from small and large academic libraries.
Paperback, 155 pages
Published January 1st 2009 by American Library Association (first published February 28th 2008)
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