Managing the Digital Library
by Roy Tennant
Publisher: Reed Press 2004
Number of pages: 297
Author delivers expert guidance on the digital implications of building collections; cataloging and classification; acquisition and digitization of materials; access; public service; organization and staffing; technology and infrastructure; copyright and intellectual property rights; preservation; and much more. Any librarian or information professional who needs to stay current in this constantly changing field will want this seminal work on their desks.
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