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Title: From Conventional Libraries to Electronic Libraries: The Role of the African University in the Transformation
Authors: Asamoah-Hassan, Helena R.
Bannerman, Valentina
Issue Date: 13-Nov-2000
Abstract: The internationally networked environment, the result of the development of Information Communication Technology ( ICT), has fundamentally changed the way in which people acquire and use information resources and services. Progressive libraries have consequently proceeded to express new visions that would enable them satisfy the information requirements of their users. The perception is that doing the same things for the same people would not move libraries successfully towards the electronic networked environment, where all persons are heading. What is happening therefore is that most libraries are in a state of transition, from a conventional library to an electronic library.
Description: Paper presented at the 2000 African University Day Celebration at UCEW, Winneba on Monday,13th November, 2000
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/4193
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