Law library collection development in the digital age (A monograph published simultaneously as the Legal Reference Services Quarterly, Vol. 21, Nos. 2/3 and 4, 2002). Edited by Michael Chiorazzi and Gordon Russell
AbstractThe topical issue facing libraries and librarians nowadays is how to collect, preserve and provide information that is needed by its 21st century users. The question of access versus ownership of information seems to be aggravating concerns of the custodians of information in libraries (especially law libraries) as they are faced with two distinct types of information sources that are pertinent to their users, viz. print and digital.
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