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Digital Information and the Library: Planning and Policy Issues

Journal of Library Administration Volume 24, Number 4, ISSN 0193-0826


Addresses the topic of digital libraries from a planning perspective and examines policy issues. Discusses developing collections by providing access to remote files and/or creating a local collection; funding; considering what to digitize; copyright issues; storage costs; converting paper-based collections and catalogs; and reasons why to digitize. (AEF)


Shaughnessy, T.W. (1997). Digital Information and the Library: Planning and Policy Issues. Journal of Library Administration, 24(4), 3-14. Retrieved November 28, 2022 from .

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