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  • Marta Mestrovic Deyrup Seton Hall University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5860/llm.v19i1.1505

Abstract

The most important recent advances in library science, it seems, have all-or nearly all-come from the field of information technology. Of these improvements, none has been more impressive than the astounding gains made through the development of Web technology. And yet, in spite of the ways these changes have transformed the manner in which people behave and work in libraries, the original function of the library persists, including its role as a place where people encounter collections of books and other tangible objects not through the ethereal Internet, but physically, in present places.

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