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How do libraries stay relevant in light of widespread Internet access, eBooks, and mobile technologies? What steps must today's librarians take to address copyright, privacy, and intellectual property, and security issues? And how are these tasks to be accomplished in the face of the current library funding crisis? These are all valid and complicated concerns for today's librarians.
Karl Bridges is librarian and associate professor at the University of Vermont in the Information and Instruction Department where he manages digital resources.
"Offering concrete information on how librarians will need to respond to these rapid changes, the title first shares an overview of the history of libraries and the Internet. What follows is an easy-to-read investigation of the impact of second-generation web technologies on library organization and services." - Library Media Connection "This book could be a useful reference for academic library administrators to employ in crafting collection, privacy and hiring policies for their institutions." - Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries