Die Bibliothek der Zukunft: GeSIG-Umfrage mit überraschenden Ergebnissen

October 2009
Bibliotheksdienst;2009, Vol. 43 Issue 10, p1049
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The article discusses potential themes of library science after 2009. Information is included about the results of a library user survey on the topic. It is noted that the survey results were difficult to interpret since some of the responses were handwritten. Further comments are given concerning library finance, libraries' roles as community centers, and digital library science.


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