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The Chronicle: Tomorrow's Academic Libraries: Maybe Even Some Books

Imagine a library that is not only bookless but is not necessarily tied to a building, one that takes its personnel and services to patrons rather than expecting them to come to it. Two projects—one now under way at the undergraduate level and one well established at a medical library—suggest where the untethered library is headed. One approach focuses on space; the other on librarians.

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Howard, Jennifer. "Tomorrow's Academic Libraries: Maybe Even Some Books." The Chronicle. Washington, D.C. 8 May 2011. Web. 9 May 2011.

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