What We Also Lose When We Lose Print

McCormack, Nancy
October 2011
Feliciter;2011, Vol. 57 Issue 5, p191
The article outlines the psychological losses from the obsolescence of printed books. The author stresses the physical connections with the past bounded in printed books which she believes to be irreplaceable by electronic books (e-books). The experiences of author on a scholarly project in the Government Documents department of Queen's University are also highlighted.


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