Re-Tooling Academic Libraries for the Digital Age:
Missions, Collections, Staffing
California Academic & Research Libraries
Third Annual Conference
UNDERGRADUATES IN THE DIGITAL AGE
What Do Students Need from Libraries, and Is That Changing?
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