- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
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- ALA Editions
- Gorman, Michael
- 227 x 153 x 12 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 340 g
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This text aims to show that in place of futuristic dreaming and madness, libraries can embrace advanced technologies while retaining their role as service-oriented repositories of all formats of organized information and knowledge.
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"Crawford and Gorman have sounded the call for a balance of effort and insight so desperately needed. The long legacy of librarianship must not be forfeited in the glaring light of the solar majesty of technology." "This is an important, timely work that should excite debate and controversy among librarians and others who have been following some of the issues raised by Gorman and Crawford." "Anyone designing a long-range plan for their library will want to read this first." "This is an excellent book written by experts in their field and will remain a core text for years to come. It is highly quotable and very readable."
Walt Crawford is a highly prolific writer and editor, currently a senior analyst at the Research Libraries Group, Inc. (RLG). He has authored or co-authored fourteen books and more than 300 articles and columns on such topics as libraries, technology, media, publishing, and personal computing. An award-winning author, he is also a popular speaker at library professional meetings. He has contributed to numerous library publications over the years, and his columns regularly appear in American Libraries (""The Crawford Files""), EContent (""disContent""), and Online (""PC Monitor""). He is the author and publisher of the Web-based ezine ""Cites & Insights: Crawford at Large"" and was named one of the ""Top Librarian Personalities on the Web"" by Searcher magazine. He is active in the Library and Information Technology Association (LITA), winning their Library Hi Tech Award for Outstanding Communication for Continuing Education in Library and Information Science.