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New Technologies, Old Politics: Political Dimensions in the Management of Academic Support Services
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New Directions for Higher Education Volume 90, ISSN 0271-0560

Abstract

Changes in information technology threaten the traditional role of the college library on campus. Library administrators must position the library politically as well as technologically to play a central role in services, technology, and organization, and to enable the library to retain an integral place in the university's intellectual life. (MSE)

Citation

Johnson, R.M. (1995). New Technologies, Old Politics: Political Dimensions in the Management of Academic Support Services. New Directions for Higher Education, 90, 19-31. Retrieved August 10, 2020 from .

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