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College & Research Libraries

March 2015 Volume 76, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Libraries and the Digital University

    Joan K. Lippincott

    The trajectory of U.S. higher education in the next 20 years is portrayed by some as an arc of potential disaster and by others as a slightly upwardly inclined plane that may have some dips along... More

    pp. 283-295

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  2. Inventing the Electronic University

    David W. Lewis

    Higher education is confronting a fundamental change. The transition from print on paper to digital and electronic technologies is transforming instruction, scholarly communication, and the storage... More

    pp. 296-309

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  3. Choosing Our Futures

    Carla J. Stoffle, Robert Renaud & Jerilyn R. Veldof

    Nearly all academic librarians agree that academic libraries have to change in order to respond successfully to the new realities of the higher education environment, rapidly developing information... More

    pp. 316-327

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  4. The Mcdonaldization of Academic Libraries and the Values of Transformational Change

    Karen P. Nicholson

    In his article "The McDonaldization of Academic Libraries?" Brian Quinn explores to what extent and to what effect academic libraries have become "McDonaldized," according to... More

    pp. 328-338

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