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Who Wants Yesterday's Papers?: Essays on the Research Value of Printed Materials in the Digital Age

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Should librarians try to save everything that is published? If so, in what formats? How can the records of human experience be best preserved in a time of limited resources? These are just a few of the controversial questions addressed in this volume, which distills the essential issues from the proceedings of a conference held by notable scholars and librarians at the University of Maryland Libraries in March 2002. The conference organizers, editors of this book, were originally prompted by Nicholson Baker's Double Fold, ...

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0810851199

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9780810851191

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Who Wants Yesterday's Papers?: Essays on the Research Value of Printed Materials in the Digital Age
2004, Scarecrow Press, Lanham, MD

ISBN-13: 9780810851191

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