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Change and the Need for Innovation (20 Apr 2006)
The best-managed libraries have always been open to innovation and change, and as a result those libraries have maintained their relevance and usefulness to information seekers in the communities they serve. I described one such library in a recent editorial about how that library has evolved from housing and circulating a largely print collection to one that now provides access to and services based almost exclusively on digital content that is delivered to its users at their own desktops.
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