New Norcia Library Lecture: How many roads must a library walk down?
Amidst the enormous amount of information available the great collections sometimes are 'dead ends' from a reader's point of view and tantalise. While often the casual reader happens upon collections and the serious scholar may be able to access a wider range of material from wherever they are than in the microfilm collections of regular visits to major libraries there are major challenges for libraries to maintain digitisation, create easy digital access and market effectively. The lecture...[Show more]
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