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Librarians: Gatekeepers of the Information Age or the New Luddites: Views from the 116th ALA Conference

In this article Jack Solock, Special Librarian for the InterNIC Net Scout Services, discusses how librarians are responding to the Internet and its potential benefits. Drawing on his experience at the 116th Conference of the American Libraries Association, Solock finds that many librarians are resistant to the Internet, believing it to be lacking compared with print resources.
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End User's Corner: August 1997
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2003-06-12 14:29:46
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2003-06-12 14:29:46
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