Archive for September 27th, 2006

In Praise of Librarians

Wednesday, September 27th, 2006

From Bob Sutton, a Stanford Prof. “In short, although the rise of the web has changed what librarians do, it also means that we need them more than ever because there are so many facts out there now and they are so easy to get, and it is so hard to tell which ones to […]

Prof. Paul Courant's Piece

Wednesday, September 27th, 2006

on library collections in the world of Google. I especially like his comment on copyright. Now our Access China project is placed in a embarrassing position because of the copyright limitation. Prof. Courant said ” Something is deeply wrong when the tools for extended and easy collaboration are plausibly frustrated by excessive concern with intellectual […]

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