Collections in Library Space
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Libraries have generally provided varying levels of non-member access to their collections and spaces. As availability of printed information spread, so did access to libraries. In the last decade, due to shifts in formats and acquisition models, access to electronic library collections and virtual library space has been restricted to members only. As more library services go online, this access for non-members will continue to contract. How do libraries move forward in this landscape? Will support for open publishing be enough, or do we need to radicalize the way we manage our collections and services?
CitationStregger, E., & McLean, J. (2016, May 29-31). Collections in Library Space [conference presentation]. CAPAL Conference 2016, Calgary, AB, Canada. https://capalibrarians.org/capal-conference-2016/
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