Problem solving pioneers plot library of the future
For centuries, libraries have existed to collect, preserve, and ensure access to information, and unprecedented advances in technology over the past several decades have done nothing to change this mission, according to Mike Furlough, associate dean of research and scholarly communications for the Penn State University Libraries. The methods and models employed to accomplish those goals, however, have radically shifted.
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