It seems a bit self-centered to re-post a blog in which one’s book is mentioned, but the point made is a good one. And it does not mention my name. And I did not see it myself — it was forwarded to my by my great friend Stephen Abram. Thank you, Deane Barker for stating […]
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This review of the trends and issues affecting academic libraries in higher education was prepared by the ACRL Research Planning and Review Committee. Clearly, they have implications for all sectors of the library ecosystem. Consequently, we have provided the overall trend in bold, a brief description in italics and my comment on the trend and […]
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