The new engineering and technology library at U. of Texas at San Antonio holds no printed volumes -- a realization of a goal many libraries have set as a vision for the future.
Some colleges look to put a face on the library by assigning undergraduates "personal librarians."
Teaching students how to do Google-style research might not be as harmful to research habits as the alternative.
In age of expansion, community colleges debate whether branch campuses need reference and technology collections.
New research suggests as they wait for the "digital switch," libraries may need to collaborate to better use their print collections.
A long-awaited decision by a federal judge could be a significant blow to Google's attempts to sell access to books it scanned from university libraries.
Despite legal roadblock in Google Books project, libraries might soon benefit from other digital search-and-retrieval services.
Illinois librarians say deep ethnographic research is the best way to learn how to serve Latino students.
PHILADELPHIA -- Most college library directors would order print books removed from the library if there was a robust and trustworthy way to provide access to electronic versions, according to a new study released today by the nonprofit Ithaka S+R.
Librarians at U. of Houston are using the popular online encyclopedia to boost traffic to their digital holdings.
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