Inventing The Future

Inventing The Future

by Stan A. Hannah, Michael H. Harris
     
 

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Inventing the Future: Information services for a New Millenium is a sequel to Harris and Hannah's 1998 book Into the Future. In this book they move beyond the rhetorical contests about the future of the library and turn their attention to the more prosaic but vital task of managing our ever more complex and constantly changing libraries. The pages in this book

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Inventing the Future: Information services for a New Millenium is a sequel to Harris and Hannah's 1998 book Into the Future. In this book they move beyond the rhetorical contests about the future of the library and turn their attention to the more prosaic but vital task of managing our ever more complex and constantly changing libraries. The pages in this book present a blueprint that will guide us in the re-visioning of library and information services, allowing us to remain true to our inherited legacy while looking insistently for innovative and effective ways of inventingour future.

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"The book is highly readable, and it pulls no punches when it describes what librarians need to do to survive. . . . For libraries starting to deal with change, this book is required reading . . . [it] raises issues that librarians might not be comfortable addressing." - College & Research Libraries

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781567504514
Publisher:
ABC-CLIO, Incorporated
Publication date:
01/06/2000
Series:
Contemporary Studies in Information Management Series
Pages:
184
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.39(d)

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